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  • RedEye - The Universal Remote
    Posted on December 7, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    ThinkFlood has just released its iPhone universal remote –the RedEye.  Loaded with features and costs $188, it is a good deal. Average universal remotes cost about $150 so RedEye’s tag is not so bad. What makes RedEye different is that it utilizes the touchscreen of iPhones; it also uses iPhone hardware to power itself.

    The device is a must-have especially for iPhone owners. RedEye was used for beta testing some ages ago but now it is available in their website. This new universal remote has a great design. The quality of the hardware is as good as its design and it is durable. However, of course if you keep on doing a wrestling match with anyone in your household because of the remote –it probably will not survive the catastrophe.

    redeyeuniversalremoteWhat does it do?

    Well it connects you to Wi-Fi if you want to surf on your iPhone, and it does not have any problems with controlling the TV, the DVR, or Blu-Ray, no significant latency whatsoever –which is good. RedEye converts your precious unlocked iPhone into a remote. For those fond of their iPods, RedEye can make this into a remote as well.  This only works with IR equipped components of course, everyone would be surprised if you can control your dog through the said remote. It is not like one of those movies but hey, it has potential, to control anything that can respond to IR signals.

    Setting it up however is a little difficult but that is of course expected since it is a universal remote. Well as they say, no pain, no gain.

    Your home automation system can be controlled by your iPhone through RedEye. Its setup can maintain multiple controllers, users, and rooms all at the same time. Apart from that, it also has the capacity to control an unlimited number of gadgets along with unlimited commands. Now that is neat!

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  • HTC Tilt2 on Windows Mobile 6.5
    Posted on December 7, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The new smart phone from AT&T, the HTC Tilt 2 has an advantage over many cellular phones in that it comes with Windows Mobile 6.5 installed on it.

    The obvious advantage to this is that a user will have instant access to programs such as Microsoft's backup service for My Phone and Mobile Windows Marketplace as well as an improved browser in Internet Explorer Mobile. With Windows Mobile 6.5, the users will get improvements like Flash Lite support and they will also have better tools to use for navigating pages. The Opera Mobile browser is also included on the unlocked HTC Tilt2.

    htc-tilt2The address book on the HTC Tilt 2 is limited only by what memory is available for use. Every entry can store several numbers, work as well as home addresses, Instant Messaging screen names, e-mail, birthdays and more. For purposes related to the caller ID a user can pair the contact with their photo, or with a caller group, or even with a customized ring tone. Another great option is that the user can see contacts' status updates immediately, read any messages or e-mails that they have exchanged with that contact and access the call history from the contact page. Searching is also made easier by the Search Phone widget that searched a phone and all of its apps as well, including e-mail, tasks, contacts, calendar, and Microsoft Word documents in its effort to find the results.

    There are other AT&T services, which are supported by the HTC Tilt2, and some of these include the AT&T Navigator system, which can be used with the built-in GPS to obtain voice-guided navigation, and it supports AT&T Music, as well as AT&T Video, so the entertainment package is impressive. There are a number of apps that can be accessed from the AT&T Tab by using the HTC Tilt 2 TouchFlo interface, also.

    For business phone usage, the HTC Tilt 2 smart phone has some great options and apps, and the Windows Mobile 6.5 system makes this a very handy phone to own.

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  • Bada To Be Unveiled On December 8th
    Posted on December 6, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Samsung’s Bada is said to be unveiled in London, England on December the 8th, 2009. For Samsung fans this is very good news but for critics of Samsung’s mobile OS, the unveiling of the software has mixed reactions. Samsung is not good with software; one good example of this is Samsung Behold II –a real mess in every sense of the word.

    samsung-badaHowever, there is nothing that money and manpower cannot fix. Samsung has plenty of that so maybe, Bada will turn out to be a bad-ass software and it might even blow us all away. What all of us have to do now is to play the waiting game. A week of waiting is not that hard to do but let us all hope that Bada is worth the wait.
    According to Samsung officials, the press conference for Bada’s launch will be in London and Samsung’s EVP and current Head of Samsung’s Media Solution Center; Dr. HS Lee will be attending the conference. Tagging along with Lee is Samsung’s Head for Mobile at Twitter, Kevin Thau. Thau’s expected appearance in Samsung’s launch for Bada somehow signals that this new mobile OS will be a bit more social than other mobile operating systems –but hey, what new software doesn’t?

    What does Bada have to offer? Well, that is something that all Samsung fans and critics alike will have to wait it out. The word Bada is Korean for ocean. This name was chosen for the OS because of its limitless potential applications. Samsung’s Bada represents opportunities and challenges available to developers. Apart from that, a wide range of entertainment potential is stored for future consumers –this of course is controversial on its own because many consumers doubt that Samsung can really deliver especially in terms of software. Well, we shall see on the 8th!

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  • The new Samsung 'Go' Netbook will be available through AT&T.  This compact netbook's operating system will be the Microsoft 7 Starter Edition, and it will be able to instantly connect to the AT&T 3G network. It has 1 GB of system memory, a 160 GB hard drive, three USB 2.0 ports, and an external VGA port.

    The Good

    The 'Go' is very light at only two and a half pounds, and has a LED-backlit glass display that provides great viewing quality, which helps to reduce eye strain. The keyboard is comfortable to type on, with more spacing between the keys than one would expect from a small Netbook. It is also a very attractive Netbook, with rounded corners, midnight blue color, and a pebble-style keyboard. The battery can hold its charge during normal usage for up to four hours. It is powerful and fast enough for full internet functionality and it has a more reasonable price tag than some of its competitors in the market. The retail price of the Samsung 'Go' Netbook is projected to be $199.99 after rebates, and the data plans offered by AT&T for the 'Go' are also projected to be a good value.

    The Bad

    There is nothing particularly new or cutting edge about this new 'Go' Netbook. In fact, it is quite similar to the Samsung 'Go' N310, which was released earlier. Although the battery holds its charge for four hours of normal usage, the Nokia Booklet 3G battery can hold its charge for twice that amount of time.

    The Bottom Line

    For those who are looking for a good reasonably priced Netbook which has access to AT&T's fast 3G network and is coupled with a reasonably priced data plan, the Samsung 3G Netbook is a good choice. Although it does not add many new features from the previous model, it is a good machine, which would be an excellent choice for most people.

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  • The BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone is a less expensive version of some of the higher end BlackBerry Smartphones on the market. Priced at approximately $50.00 less than the BlackBerry Curve 8900, the excellent BlackBerry technology is now available to more people; even those on a tight budget.

    If you have never owned a BlackBerry Smartphone, and are thinking about making the switch, then the BlackBerry Curve 8520 makes for a great starter model; it features many of the same qualities of the higher end phones, but does not cost so much that there is no going back in case you decide that it’s not for you. If it is a good match however, you will be familiar with the way a BlackBerry Smartphone works, and in time, you may decide to upgrade to the latest high-end model on the market.

    blackberry-8520The BlackBerry Curve 8520 Unlocked Smartphone is also the first of the line to feature the Trackpad. This new feature replaces the BlackBerry Trackball, which functioned as the on-screen navigator, much like a mouse on a computer. The Trackpad is a small screen that detects motion in order to navigate the screen, which means that physical obstructions on the Trackball will no longer hinder on-screen navigation.

    Additional features of the affordable BlackBerry Curve 8520 include the following:

    • Screen that features over 65,000 colors, at a resolution of 320x240.
    • Two mega pixel camera.
    • Full QWERTY keyboard, that fits well into the palm of the hand, facilitating quick typing and texting.
    • New dedicated media keys, allowing you to skip, pause, or repeat songs; plus special mute button to mute phone calls during listening.
    • Fully compatible with Mac computers
    • Downloadable BlackBerry App World

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  • Nokia N900 Now Available Stateside
    Posted on December 3, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The wait is finally over. The Nokia N900 is now available stateside. First introduced from Nokia World in September, 2009, the unit has released for the United States November, 2009. This follows months of delays and some speculated that the release would be delayed further. This internet table phone has some of the most powerful features available.

    Using the Maemo operating system that gives the phone better quality and touch screen ability, the Nokia N900 unlocked is indeed a portable computer. The phone has 32 GB internal memory and a full QWERTY keyboard. With a 3.5-inch screen, it makes viewing easier with this smart phone.

    nokia-n900The phone is a touch screen, which can be custom designed by the consumer and has 800 x 48 pixels for more accurate viewing. It has a 5-mega pixel camera, video and music players as well as an FM receiver. The unlocked Nokia cell phone (N900) supports Blue tooth technology and wi-fi capabilities.

    Surfing and internet capabilities are extremely powerful. The phone has a slide out 3-row keyboard with enhanced lighting capabilities. The phone is also loaded with GPS software utilizing Ovi maps.

    Currently a consumer can purchase the phone on line at Nokia, at Nokia cell phone retail outlets, and other retail outlets as well. American cell phone carriers have not currently introduced any kind of discount or incentive program for this phone as of yet. The suggested price for the N900 is six hundred and forty nine dollars.

    This hot item will ultimately replace the N97 and will become the premier product of Nokia. With its powerful technology and sleek design, it is sure to be the hot item of the holiday season. The variety of applications as well as the speed and operating system makes this the smart phone of the year.

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  • T-Mobile rolls on with its 3G Network
    Posted on December 2, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    T-Mobile has added three more towns to the relentless build of its 17000MHz 3G voice and data services network and shows no slowing down as we roll out of 2009 and into 2010. These services are now available in a number of markets across the United States under the influence of T-Mobiles electronic web.

    At the moment the major markets and their surrounding areas in the TM network's empire include Seattle, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Las Vegas, Orlando, Los Angeles, Sacramento, Atlanta, Chicago, San Diego, San Antonio, San Diego, New York, Phoenix, Portland, Austin, Boston, Dallas, Houston, Miami, Minneapolis, Baltimore and Las Vegas among others.


    Recently the there have been three newcomers to the network, Amarillo and Abilene Texas as well Albany Georgia. There are comments on the internet that T-Mobile is still being to slow in their drive to supply the United States with high-speed internet but when they do finally extend their coverage people will find it was worth the wait.

    They are also making big plans for 2010 when they are going to continue their 3G upgrade to HSPA+ giving them a 21mbps capability as well as release a number of android 2.0 devices.

    But T-Mobile is of course aware that most of their customers really want to know the where and when of HSPA; and they are hinting that with Christmas coming up and the latest 3G announcements, they will be elaborating on that point very soon. They have, apparently been laying out aggressive plans for 7.2 mbps HSPA deployment through all 3G spectra by the end of the year.

    In the meantime there is still the outdoors as well and real people to speak too in the flesh before everybody is reveling in high-speed internet and unlocked Smartphone heaven. Be content in the knowledge that T-Mobiles upgrades will be aggressively pursued until they are covered countrywide.

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  • By offering what they call “Social Beat,” Verizon and iSkoot have introduced a new, free social networking application. Armed with “Social Beat,” fans of the social networking sites can carry out all of their mobile networking with one single application.

    VerizonVerizon and iSkoot have made important adaptations to iSkoot’s Kalaida platform. Those adaptations promise to facilitate access to Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Email, and close to 50 other RSS feeds. Thanks to the introduction of Social Beat, the information from those RSS feeds will now reach the handsets of a larger number of those that follow the social networking sites.

    Granted, there will still be some users of the Verizon phone line up that will not be able to enjoy the benefits of Social Beat. Verizon cannot guarantee that each member of its line of communication products has been equipped to handle the Social Beat offerings. However, Verizon has promised that at least 20 of its various handsets will do an excellent job of receiving the messages sent by way of the Social Beat software.

    Now the vast majority of Smartphone users will no longer need to switch from one application to the next, in order to acquire information from all of the popular social networking sites. They will not have to remain in suspense about what Sarah Palin has put on her Facebook page, after reading the recent tweet from a CNN correspondent.

    Most Smartphone users can see an end to worries about what new information has appeared on Twitter, while they have been reviewing their incoming Email messages. Thanks to Social Beat, those Smartphone users can anticipate a chance to switch easily from their Email account to the RSS feed from Twitter.

    News of Social Beat seems poised to spread fast, throughout the entire community of social networking sites.

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  • On Wednesday, November 25, 2009, T-Mobile announced that it has expanded 3G network services to two cities in Indiana.  Bloomington and Lafeyette are the targeted markets.  These two markets are home to Indiana University and Purdue University.  Together both areas boast over 100,000 students, making these academic areas a great place to start services.  The folks at Notre Dame are hoping to be next!

    T-Mobile began its expansion into the 3G market back in the fall of 2006 with its announcement that it was going to spend over two billion dollars to expand 3G wireless services.  T-Mobile was one of the last of the major cellular services companies to enter into the 3G network.  The company announced at that time that they should be completed with the conversion by the end of 2009.

    t-mobile-logoWith the introduction of the Android model and other smart phones, T-Mobile has been trying to quickly add as many 3G network areas as possible.  With T-Mobile still lagging behind the other companies, they are well on their way to catching up.  Each week we see more and more cities being added to the network.  To date, T-Mobile has over 240 cities with 3G coverage.

    Most people have the need for the 3G network for web applications and email applications.  The increased speed of the 3G network will assist the customer in their day to day applications and usages.  T-Mobile has also announced its usage of 7.2 mbps HSPA through its 3G networks which will increase the speed of data transfer.  This expansion will continue until the end of the year.  This coincides with the introduction of the Android and other smart phones.

    We can look to next year for the company to upgrade its 7.2 mbps HSPA to further enhance its 3G network and there is also speculation that this upgrade will be a smoother transition to a 4G network in the near future.

    The announcement of the two cities in Indiana comes on the heels with announcements for Alabama, Kansas, Tennessee and Nebraska.  Each announcement centering on larger urban areas with more dense populations.  We will continue to see additional cities being listed almost every day.

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  • The Nokia 7230: An Unexpected Slider
    Posted on December 1, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The Nokia 7230 is a quaint and compact sliding smartphone that is both practical and affordable. Time and again, Nokia has proven itself as the champion of simplicity and the 7230 helps to reinforce this reputation and at a price of just under $200, the Nokia 7230 promises to be one of the best potential buys for a low-range smartphone.

    Unlike the confusingly cumbersome bulk of rival phones such as the Samsung B3310, the Nokia 7230 unlocked contains an efficient and inconspicuous messaging board that fits easily and conveniently under its 2.4 inch screen, combining to form a comfortably portable 100 gram handset. The large display screen that sits atop its rounded contours gives it the sleek appearance of a touchphone.


    The 7230 also has a camera with 3.2 megapixels and 3G networking which will enable it to connect with rapid ease to the network and all those social networking sites. It is also Bluetooth compatible, has an operating system (S40), FM radio and a memory of 2GB. Perhaps one of the most interesting, but less ostentatious features of the 7230 is its battery life, which has the capability to run on standby mode for a full two weeks.

    The 7230 was only recently announced to the public but it will more than likely contain more features than are listed here. It may be good to know for those less-technologically-savvy customers who have come to identify such qualities as being exclusive to those handsets of iphone caliber. It also seems to be ideal for wither those who are still incredulous about graduating to the complexities of fully virtual smartphones, or for those who want a smartphone without having to spend a fortune.

    Scheduled to be released to the public at the beginning of next years, the Nokia 7230 will be available in six different colors.

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