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Monthly Archives: July 2011

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  • A recent study that was conducted by Retrovo Labs has stated that there are more than 1000 US customers report of the survey stated that they were looking for an Amazon tablet, assuming that it was the right price. If 5% of those surveyed said that they wanted to see an Amazon tablet at some point in the near future. 31 percent of those surveyed stated that they were looking for a tablet device from Motorola phone comparatively 31% of those surveyed stated that they wanted to see Hewlett-Packard device. Other highly scoring companies including Samsung Intel, both of whom received 38% of the vote.


    Study Shows Users Want Amazon Tablet


    Only 24% of those surveyed said that they weren’t looking for a device from Research In Motion. 21% also said Barnes & Noble, coming in last place on the survey. It will be interesting to see if they are able to put together a tablet in response to service such as this one. It appears that there is a huge section of the market that is eagerly awaiting Amazon to make a tablet device. It will be interesting to see if they are able to respond to calls from the market that has supported them. It is a bit strange considering that Amazon is not particularly thought of as a technology company that produces products, and more so as a web store, but the recent changes that have been made by the company have changed their view with the public that is generally happy with the devices that they have released as their Internet book reading sales are off the charts. It will be interesting to see if the tablet that they do someday release meets or exceeds the demands of those that are eagerly awaiting the release of any tablet that they have. It will be interesting to see if they are able to release a tablet at some point in the very near future.


     


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  • Motorola Droid 3 Review
    Posted on July 29, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The unlocked Motorola Droid 3 is a device that has received a lot of attention over the course of the last few months. It has been a successful device for Android and Motorola alike and has provided top-of-the-line experience for users. The design of the device is a little different than the previous versions of the Motorola Droid. It is a heritage center than its counterpart, and also has a 4 inch display that replaces the 3.7 inch LCD screen that was on previous versions of the device.


    Motorola Droid 3 Review


    It also has a micro-USB port along with an HD in my port and an eight mega pixel camera along with dual LED flash. It is capable of 1080 P. HD captured video some of the best on the market. The keyboard of the device is a full slide out keyboard, which allows for users to better utilize and type messages. The keyboard is easily the best that they have released thus far which makes it a very popular option for many.


     


    Android 2.3 gingerbread The Android 2.3 gingerbread operating system with Motorola’s customization makes for a swift and easy experience.  This is by far one of the best operating system customizations that the company has released. It is the fastest operating system that they have released, but has been a victim of random slowdowns here and there. In all, the Motorola directory has one of the best batteries that we have seen in recent times, but one of the biggest complaints is the voice experience when using the device. Calls have trouble going through what are often choppy or distorted and cut in and out. The volume of the voice and the build is not that great either. In all, the Motorola Droid 3 unlocked does have a number of different issues, but it’s a solid device overall if you can get past the voice issues.




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  • It looks as though Facebook is going to be bringing applications and credits to mobile users such as unlocked iphone 4, Sony Ericsson Arc, etc. It was first reported that the top-secret Facebook operation, Project Spartan was going to be bringing applications to the mobile web through HTML 5. Facebook was working with a number of third-party developers that they have called their “Spartans” will be looking to unveil the project later in the summer. They will also allow for mobile users to purchase credits through mobile devices in order to put together an excellent way for them to buy credits for the games. It will be interesting to see how quickly they can bring these credits to mobile by browsers by utilizing the HTML 5 makeup.


    Facebook Brings Applications and Credits to Mobile Users


    Facebook is also looking to come up with their own way that they can get around the Apple store and Google market and allow for users to get their applications without having to go through those avenues. It will be interesting to see if they are able to put together an excellent variety of different games that will be available through the HTML 5 platform.


     


    Facebook Brings Applications and Credits to Mobile UsersFacebook is also looking to get rid of the implementation of flash, and utilize HTML 5 which is definitely something that Adobe is probably not looking forward to it. They’re able to put together a large amount of different games that will debut with the new mobile credits in browsers and should be able to put together an excellent offering with a large number of games for their users. Up until this point, there have been no games that have been brought to users utilizing the HTML 5. Facebook has been looking to bring games to mobile users for quite some time, such a large number of their users access their site by utilizing the mobile applications and browsers.


     


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  • 5 Million Galaxy S II Devices Shipped in Last 85 DaysA total of 5 million unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II devices have been shipped in the last 85 days. This is the number that shows that the device has become very popular, and continues to grow in popularity. The phone first became available 85 days ago, and was able to reach more than 3 million total units sold within the first 55 days after its release. This is something that many did not expect, and is a very high amount of total sales. Samsung has a total of 56% market share on the mobile phone market throughout South Korea, is allow them to continue to grow the number of phones that they have out there. As the largest company for mobile phones within South Korea, they have an ability to test new forms and to really raise the number of mobile users that they have.


     


    The Galaxy S II is also rumored to be released on AT&T at some point in the very near future. A number of additional carrier announcements have been made in your right around the corner. It will be interesting to see if they are able to garner the same support on AT&T as they have with other carriers as well. Just like the iPhone, they are looking to expand the number of companies that utilize the device and are able to reach a larger number of customers.


    5 Million Galaxy S II Devices Shipped in Last 85 Days


    Samsung has continually released popular devices and has positioned themselves as the main competition for Apple’s unlocked iPhone 4 products. It will be interesting to see if they are able to keep up this newfound popularity in several different countries as they already have. With over 50% of the market share in South Korea, the company is looking to gain some additional market share in the USA as well. The device is quite popular and the reviews for it so far have been stellar. With a version of the device coming to AT&T you can bet that they will be able to put together an excellent offering for fans of their devices.




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  • Virgin Mobile will now be allowing users to get the first month of their coverage free. this is the first time that they have offered this service to users, and should increase their user base by quite a bit. The company also opened their flagship Virgin store on Queen Street in Toronto, and as a result are giving some great deals on a number of recently released devices including the HTC Incredible S and unlocked Samsung Galaxy S II 4G.


    Virgin Allows For Users to Get First Month Free


    The ability to get a free first month only comes when users sign up for the $20 plan, and they will not have to pay for their plan until the second month. These users will have to sign up for a three-year plan that will consist of $20 or more with a credit for the first month. The company has said that this deal will only be lasting for a limited amount of time, and is not currently announced the end date for the promotional deal.


     


    Virgin Allows For Users to Get First Month FreeThis is some pretty good savings for users that are looking to sign up with Virgin Mobile, and shows that the company is really looking to bring in new users quickly with the restructuring of their retail business. It will be interesting to see if they offer any additional promotions in the future. They’ve been doing a good job of ensuring that they are able to garner new business through lowered rates and an extreme amount of press that they have received over the course of the last few weeks with the opening of their flagship tour in Toronto. The company has made it very clear that they are aggressively lowering their rates and expanding moving forward, and these types of deals will definitely help them to do so. It is good to see that they are offering these deals and are aggressively lowering their rates for users.


     


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  • Research In Motion has been experiencing some difficulties over the course of the last few months. The company announced today that they will be laying off a total of 2000 employees, which accounts for about 10% of their total workforce. The company is looking to better optimize their spending, and the workforce reduction is going to be part of their strategy moving forward. They’re looking for rapid growth within the company after quadrupling their workforce over the course of the last five years. The company, most known for their line of Blackberry devices such as unlocked Torch 9800, Bold 9780, etc.. will also be reorganizing some of their top management positions in an attempt to better position themselves moving forward.


    RIM to Reorganize Management and Lay Off 2,000


    A number of executives recently left the company, and it is clear what they’re falling profits that they are looking to head in a different direction moving forward. Recently the company lost their vice president of digital marketing and media, as well as their Blackberry PlayBook Senior product manager. It will be interesting to see what kind of changes they made, as it could give some sort of hint as to their strategy moving forward in the future. Depending on the executives that they bring in, it could give some clues on the type of devices and the direction the company is looking to head.


    RIM to Reorganize Management and Lay Off 2,000

    The company also released a press release regarding their layoffs, stating that they regretted to have to do so but that it was in the best interest of the company. Many in Canada were hoping that the company would be able to turn things around and keep their current workforce, after going through a number of layoffs previously as well. It will be interesting to see if they are able to turn things around with the reorganization of their management and regain market share that they have lost two other companies in recent years.


     


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  • Apple Expands Staff for iPhone 5 LaunchApple has expanded their staff for the upcoming launch of the iPhone 5. They are looking to hire a number of new employees in order to deal with the huge rush that they will likely receive with the release of the fifth generation of the unlocked iPhone 4 device. The company is reportedly contacting a number of former employees and asking if they would be interested in coming back to the company from August 15 through September 15. Most of these employees previously worked with the company on a seasonal basis, and now that they are going to require their services, they are contacting them again.


     


    The company reportedly e-mailed former members of the retail staff stated that they are looking for part-time and pulleys to assist them when new product launches, back-to-school sales, and also the holidays. Apple is going to be launching the iPhone 5 sometime between the late August or mid-September timeframe, but has not given an exact timetable for the launch. The newest version of the device is expected to include a very much so upgraded dual core processor along with an additional amount of storage space in a eight megapixel camera which is blow the previous five megapixel camera out of the water.


    Apple Expands Staff for iPhone 5 Launch


    Other reports have stated that the new phone could have a redesigned case as well. There is no information on whether or not they will be receiving the new iPad retina display, but there are murders that the company will be launching an iPad Pro model that will utilize some of the technology that we have seen in the iPhone 4 unlocked devices recently. it is good to see that they are contacting former employees with experience so that there can be a smooth transition with very little training. The release of the iPhone 5 expected to create a large amount of buzz, and should create a large amount of work for the company.




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  • Peek Claims Their Own Devices are Collectors ItemPeek has gone as far as to say that their own Internet only mobile devices are actually collectors items, and are not common everyday tools. The Indian smart phones including the MicroMax Q80 EZPad are being touted as some of the best gifts in the Indian region. The devices have smart phones similar features that run through cloud-based software. The site has also claimed that the hardware will run on any device through the cloud, and will allow for e-mail, instant messaging, video chat as well as social networking and Web browsing. These are all features that are commonly associated with smart devices.


     


    Although they might be overrating the device on the whole, the fact that it does come with all of these features is nice for those that choose to use them. Most would not consider the Peek devices to be any sort of collector’s item, but they are definitely going to be an item that people will want throughout India. The features that they have are reminiscent of a smart device, but the fact that they are not a phone means that you will not have to pay the same types of charges for the device.


    Peek Claims Their Own Devices are Collectors Item


    It will be interesting to see how users in the India area respond to the release of these devices. The service will be able to run on any piece of hardware, which means that you will be able to utilize it with your computer in the same way that you would be able to utilize it with your smart phone. It will also be able to utilize the features without having to connect a smart phone, which is highly popular among users and could potentially lead to more development of the technology. They are not the first company to release this type  of technology, but they have definitely made it a mainstay within their business.


     


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  • AT&T has said that they expect the T-Mobile deal to officially close in the first quarter of 2012. Although the deal was originally announced a few months ago, deals of this magnitude are going to take some time to close. On the same day that the company offered up some information about their earnings so far this year, the company has also said that on top of the best ever earnings in the second quarter for their smart phone sales, that they would be looking to close the T-Mobile deal once and for all. The company announced that they were able to sell more than 5.6 million mobile devices. They were also able to bring in revenue of more than 31.5 billion in total, a total of 680 million over the course of the last year. It shows that the company has had substantial growth, and continues to be one of the leaders in the industry. Most would attribute this fact and the fact that the company was the first to acquire the Apple’s unlocked iPhone 4, a deal which put them ahead of the competition in most cases.


    AT&T Expects T-Mobile Acquisition to Close First Quarter 2012


    The chagrin of sprints, AT&T announced that the purchase of T-Mobile was going to be completed during the first quarter of 2012. They will be offering of additional financial details regarding their earnings in the potential acquisition at some point in the future. This will be a huge move for the company, and should open up a large subscriber base to them in the future. Although the deal has been certain to go through for quite some time, the finalization of the steel will definitely bring in additional profits and great prosperity for AT&T. They can also turn out to be better for T-Mobile, the company that has a different type of network, and their own large subscriber base. The deal should open a number of opportunities to existing subscribers, and should allow them to have access to more phones, as well as an overall better network with more coverage.


     


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  • It is no secret that many wish that they could use their mobile device as a television remote control. The recently released Voomote One is a pretty neat device that is able to provide a universal remote to all users of the Apple unlocked iPhone 4. Along with the application, you were also able to utilize an attachment that plugs into the bottom of your device making it a universal remote. The application has some pretty interesting features, that allow you to create custom layouts that you can change based on what is comfortable for you. You can also change the layout of the application based on the devices that are in the room, in order to give you maximum potential for the device.


    This allows you to set up controls for not only your television, but also your cable box and DVR and a separate bedroom. The application will also allow you to create macros for your commands that will allow you to start several different devices with the tap of a single button. It is a pretty interesting little application and add-on that will allow you to add a great functionality to your device. As of right now, the add-on and application will cost you a total of $99 in all, but will definitely provide some interesting functionality for your device that we have not seen before remote control apps for television related devices.


    Watch for athlete this to catch on in the future as they become increasingly popular in common. We have seen a lot of additions to the features for applications and add-ons like this, and the Voomote seems to be the best that has been released so far. It will most definitely be interesting to see if they continue to release future versions of the remote control application, increasing the features and adding additional functionality to what is already a very solid device i.e. unlocked iPhone 4.




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