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  • The LG GW525 Unlocked Phone is a  great phone if you do a lot of messaging throughout the day. Even though it does not support WiFi, it does support the 3G network. It does have a micro USB port so that you can connect it directly to your PC. It has a full QWERTY keyboard and screen size of 2.8 inches. It has 40MB of internal memory and is expandable up to 16GB through utilizing the microSD card slot. This is a slider phone and it seems as though the keyboard slides in and out very smoothly.



    The keyboard is easy to use and it has large keys with enough space in between to make it easy to use and very comfortable. Even though the phone is made from plastic and is extremely durable and solid. It has some of the same qualities as the LG Cookie, such as the S-Class UI. It is a touchscreen phone and it seems to be a relatively smooth process. It does have a virtual keyboard along with several buttons including receiving and ending calls and another one to help in performing a variety of tasks.


    The Unlocked LG GW525 has a three-megapixel camera, although it does not have an onboard flash. It also has video capability and music playback is great for all of your favorite music. It also comes with earphones and has external speakers. It may not have enough power for business purposes, however it is a great smart phone for those performing day-to-day functions. It will allow you to connect with all of your social media and the messaging applications are great. The talk time and standby times the battery life is fairly standard and it does support Bluetooth. This is an economical phone and more work just fine for just about any cell phone user.



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  • Starting today Verizon Wireless is rolling out the webOS 1.4.1.1 update to Pre Plus and Pixi Plus owners.  The update is a modest 11mb in size and includes minor bug fixes including one that addresses the “sticky key” problem many users have been experiencing.  Pinch to zoom is also being expanded into Docs and PDF, WiFi to CDMA hand-off is going to be more consistent and battery life while using Bluetooth has also been improved.  The update is over the air and should arrive to the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus within the next 48 hours.  Below is a full list of updates that are included with webOS 1.4.1.1:


    Palm Pre Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone
    · Easier to use Bluetooth.
    o Improved battery life when turning off Bluetooth without unpairing a device.
    · Displayed time feature is more accurate.
    o Automatic updates for Daylight Saving Time.
    · Easier connection management.
    o More consistent EV-DO connections when switching from Wi-Fi to CDMA.
    · Better Touchstone charger integration.
    o The screen will now turn off and display the lock icon and time after the Pixi Plus is docked with the Touchstone charger.
    · Newly taken photos and videos do not overwrite existing ones.
    o Improved picture display when cropping a picture for a contact.
    · Improvements:
    o Pinch to zoom now works in more applications.
    o The onscreen volume slider now appears correctly.
    o The forward gesture now works in the browser.
    o The back gesture now returns to the file list screen in certain applications.
    o The shutter sound is more responsive when taking a picture.
    o A single press of the power button now reliably wakes  up the display.
    o The LCD reset issue has been resolved.



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  • If you are a current subscriber to T-Mobile’s 5GB webConnect data plan the recent announcement made by the wireless network may be some good news or bad news depending on how you look at it.  T-Mobile recently announced that the carrier will no longer be charging its $.20 per megabyte overage fee for any data used beyond the 5GB limit.  Instead of these overage fees the wireless network will be implementing bandwidth throttling on any data used on top of the standard 5GB.  While T-Mobile did not say exactly how much they will slow things down this latest announcement effectively makes the 5GB webConnect data plan an unlimited plan. 


    This new data structure will also affect those customers who are on the 200MB monthly plan for their iPhone or other devices.  While these customers will not see any bandwidth throttling they will see their overage charges cut in half from $.20 to $.10 per megabyte.  Both changes are effective immediately.



    While it will depend on how much data you consume via your mobile device for how you view this latest announcement I would take it as a positive addition to their 5GB data plan by T-Mobile.  No longer will you have to incur those nasty overage fees when you use more than your allotted 5GB of data.  Instead now you will just have your data throttled which will mean slower loading times.  Of course if the loading time is so slow that you can not even use the data feature of your device it will be worthless but I do not see T-Mobile making the web that slow.  I know I will welcome the ability to use as much data as I want on my HTC Android device without fears of having an astronomical phone bill.



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  • Review: LG KF390 Unlocked Phone
    Posted on May 3, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The LG KF390 unlocked is a great slider  Phone that has been made to help those that might live in rural areas. However, it also works really well for those living in the urban setting as well. It is a solid unit that will get the job done and is fairly easy to use. This was one of the first HSDPA 7.2 Mbps cellular phones to utilize the Telstra’s Blue Tick, which enabled users not to have an external antenna in the regional coverage areas.



    It is compact and sleek in its design and seems to be very durable. The spring, which opens the slider, is well made and very responsive. The only downside to this particular phone is that the front of the phone will be a haven for fingerprints. You may want to make sure that you have some of those screen cloths as you may have to keep it clean in order to see. It does come with a small keypad and the bonus is the keys are raised and easy to use. There are also some touch sensitive keys and shortcuts as well.


    The Unlocked LG KF390 does have some basic web browsing but you may have some minor difficulties looking at some of the websites that have not been configured for mobile phones. It does have the basic multi-media functions and includes a music player but will not support A2DP Bluetooth. It does have the T9 predictive text input, a two megapixel camera and all the other tools such as the alarm clock, calendar, tasks and calculator. It will allow you to stay in contact with all of your social media as well as check on your email, send text messages and instant messaging. It is a cost effective handset and will provide you all of the basic functions.



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  • Eventhough AT&T’s own Ralph de la Vega mentioned all the way back in November 2008 that you would be able to tether your iPhone to your personal computer and use it as a modem “soon” it looks like we are still quite a ways away from seeing this functionality.  Even with many iPhone carriers around the world deploying this tethering feature as soon as Apple had it ready it seems that AT&T’s silence is saying more than they want it to.  Tech website Engadget reached out to AT&T and received this feedback concerning iPhone tethering on the AT&T network:


    Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    "We understand that there is great interest in tethering but cannot provide any details at this time. We know that iPhone users love their devices and mobile broadband, and that they're likely to embrace tethering just as they have other features and apps – by using it a lot. iPhone tethering has the potential to exponentially increase traffic, and we need to ensure that we're able to deliver excellent performance for the feature – over and above the increases in data traffic we're already seeing – before we will offer the feature."


    While it does make sense for AT&T to ensure their network can handle the increased load that would accompany iPhone users being able to use their phone as a modem for their personal computers they better hurry up and figure out a solution quickly or risk losing business customers to Verizon.  Verizon recently announced that their Palm Mobile Hotspot app would be a free add on with the Pre Plus and Pixi Plus that is sure to draw the attention of many business customers and frequent travelers that would benefit from being able to use their mobile device as a mobile hot spot while on the road.



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  • One the popular complaints of Boost Mobile customers have been the lack of exciting mobile devices to choose from.  Well it looks like those who are taking advantage of Boost’s budget conscious $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan are in store for a few new upgrades from mobile phone developer Kyocera.  The new Sanyo Juno by Kyocera is now going to be available in both impulsive pink and deep blue for the low cost of $99.99, around the same price as the LG KP500.  Juno offers a sense of simplicity with a nice touch of flare to go with its full QWERTY keyboard and large 2.2 inch display screen that makes viewing the phone’s menu icons extremely easy.



    A lack of colors within the Boost Mobile handset catalogue has long been one of the major complaints of Boost Mobile consumers.
    “Juno adds some real fun to Boost’s growing handset lineup as it has the perfect combination of functionality, a sleek look and hot colors,” said Neil Lindsay, chief marketing officer for Boost Mobile. “Paired with the Monthly Unlimited Plan, consumers will get exactly what they crave to meet their talking and texting needs for a low, straightforward price.”
    Some of the other features included with the Juno are:
    · Full QWERTY Keypad
    · Thin design with 2.2” High-Res Color Display
    · 1.3MP Camera with Digital Zoom
    · Dedicated 1-click text & .com keys
    · Wireless Web Email Access
    · Instant Messaging [Capable]
    · Multi-Media & Threaded Text Messaging
    · Bluetooth®
    · GPS & Wireless Web Enabled
    · Voicemail, Caller ID, Call Waiting & Call Forwarding
    · Speakerphone with Voice Recognition
    · Downloadable Games, Wallpapers & Ringtones
    · 600 Entry Phonebook
    · Alarm Clock, Calendar, To Do List, Calculator & Voice-Memo Recorder
    It finally looks like Boost Mobile fans are starting to get some decent phones, in addition to the BlackBerry Curve, from which to choose.  This will surely make their highly desirable $50 Monthly Unlimited Plan all the more successful.



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  • The Viper SmartStart system is one of the cooler apps on the market for the iPhone.  Viper SmartStart, the automobile security system company, has recently become famous for their iPhone app that allows you to unlock, lock and start your car from anywhere in the world.  You also have the ability to pop the trunk and hit the panic button all from your iPhone.  All of these features can be added to your car for a mere $500.


    However, up until this point you only had the ability to talk to your car and give it commands via the iPhone on whether to open the doors or start the car.  Now your car can essentially talk back to you.  Viper just released an update for the iPhone that now includes push notifications.  When your car alarm goes off you will be able to receive a message from the Viper SmartStart system alerting you that your alarm has been activated. 


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    While all of this technology may see a bit over the line and unnecessary it is still a pretty cool feature to include.  If you live in a cold winter state the ability to remotely start your car to heat it up from your iPhone might just sound too good to be true.  Likewise if you are constantly worried about the safety of your vehicle and any potential items you may have inside knowing that your car as the ability to alert you when the alarm is set off could be worth the $500 and $30 a year fee for iPhone users to have that peace of mind.  All in all I think the Viper SmartStart system and corresponding iPhone app are some of the most interesting pieces of technology on the market today.



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  • Recently Google has been busy updating its phone sales site and the latest word for Verizon Wireless customers looking to get their hands on a Nexus One is to look at the “similarly feature-packed” cousin of the Nexus One, the Incredible.  One important fact that is left out of the update on their sales site is the “coming soon” tag which suggests that the Nexus One has been discontinued for Verizon Wireless customers.


    In a separate blog post updating us on carrier partnerships, Google once again reiterates its mini-advertisement for the new HTC phone on Verizon while not mentioning anything about the Nexus One’s future.  While a true CDMA variant should still be coming on the Sprint network Google is still making it quite difficult to understand whether or not the Nexus One for Verizon has been canceled.


    HTC Google Nexus One Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    Update: In a recent update Google has just informed the tech website engadget that the Nexus One for the Verizon Wireless network is officially dead.  Below is Google’s official statement:
    We won't be selling a Nexus One with Verizon, and this is a reflection of the amazing innovation happening across the open Android ecosystem. Verizon Wireless customers who want an Android phone with the power of the Nexus One can get the Droid Incredible by HTC.


    This is all certainly understandable and nice to see Google finally come out and say what many have been speculating for a while.  Now that we know the Nexus One is officially dead for the Verizon network customers of this cell phone network can focus their attention on the Incredible by HTC for all of their Android needs or purchase an ulocked HTC Hero to use.



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  • It had already been speculated that both Sprint and Verizon Wireless would eventually pick up RIM’s hot new BlackBerry Bold 9650 smartphone.  It appears that these speculations are starting to become facts as Sprint has recently announced that the BlackBerry Bold 9650 will be hitting store shelves on May 23rd.  Sprint customers who are clamoring over the BlackBerry device will be able to purchase this new mobile device for $199.99 after a $100 mail in rebate and 2 year contract. 


    BlackBerry 9630 Tour Black Sprint Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    This new BlackBerry device has several great features that will be sure to tempt any BlackBerry fan.  The new Bold 9650 is set to come with a 480 x 360 resolution display, BlackBerry OS 5, WiFi module and a 3.2 megapixel camera.  With specs like these it easy to see why various networks would want to pick up this device.  It is sure to be a huge hit among many smartphone users and BlackBerry customers.


    It looks like Sprint is going to be getting the leg up on its competition by being the first cell phone provider to offer the new BlackBerry Bold 9650.  With a bevy of unique features the Bold 9650 figures to quickly become one of the better selling BlackBerry mobile devices, like the BlackBerry Storm 2.  I am sure that other cell phone providers will quickly follow suit once they see what kind of success Sprint will surely have with this new device.  Even at the sort of pricey point of $199 after mail in rebate this new BlackBerry phone is sure to be a best seller for both Sprint and BlackBerry.



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  • In yet another internal memo it looks like the Sprint Hero is set to receive the Android 2.1 update in early May.  According to other internal memos the Hero was supposed to have had Android 2.1 last week so we can not really count on these memos to be highly accurate.  However, this latest news does come from two different sources.  The guys over at Android Guys got a customer service rep on the phone who said:


    Agent (Jolly K): “I am sorry for misinformation. The updates says that Android 2.1 HTC Hero is being launched in the first week ok [sic] May”


    HTC Hero 3G NAM White Telus Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    At about the same time the fellas over at Phandroid got their hands on a camera shot of a memo indicating the same thing saying the Hero can expect the upgrade to Android 2.1 in early May.


    For those of you wondering what the hold up might be Sprint is notorious for their update certification process.  If they even get the smallest inkling of a bug they will delay the roll out until the bug is fixed and can be re-tested.  So I am assuming there was some sort of last minute bug that appeared and Sprint is thoroughly testing any patches that were put in place to correct this problem.  While it might be a bit of a pain to have to wait on receiving your Android update it is much better than having several issues with your mobile device once the new OS is released.


    Since Hero customers have waited this long I am sure that you can hold out for another week or two to ensure that your HTC Hero mobile phone will continue to work the way you would like it to after the release of the Android 2.1 operating system.



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