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  • Okay all you major league baseball fans, once again the ever popular At Bat application is available for download at the Apple app store.  You can purchase this app for the one-time charge of $14.99, and it is ready now so you will be able to keep up with all of your favorite baseball teams.  The application allows baseball fans to keep track of their home team, as well as other teams and how they are doing in the standings.  With opening day just around the corner you may want to think about getting this application now so you can keep up with all of the current news or in spring training and the exhibition games.


    This application let you catch all of the games that matter where you are.  You can either listen or watch the games on your unlocked iPhone, but just the careful if you are doing this to work!  This app is especially great for those that have moved away from their favorite teams and do not want to miss any of the games in their local market.  It also gives you the most up-to-date information about other games and scores as well as player information and statistics.  It will also give you highlights of games, as well as to be able to notify you based on your input.  This app has won the best multimedia app from MacWorld, and was named most valuable application of 2009 by Sports Illustrated.


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    This year's version we even allow you to listen or watch to spring training and give you all the breaking news in regard to player trades and other major league baseball news.  It will take you all the way through the playoffs and World Series as well.  And for all of those that have Blackberry cell phones or android mobile devices, you will also be able to download the application as well.  Check out the At Bat 2010 at your app store, and do not miss one inning of your favorite team.



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  • The question today is whether or not cell phones are actually used for making calls.  This is been something that's been on my mind for quite a while and I thought I might take a few minutes to do some pulmonary research to see if my suspicions were true.  With all the amazing things that are touchscreen smart phones, such as the iPhone can do, I began to think that perhaps we are not even using our cell phones to make that traditional phone call.



    I was browsing the web from my traditional PC, as I stumbled upon an article on the online version of the Wall Street Journal.  This begins to give me some general information that perhaps I was on the right track and that we are not using our cell phones for calls.  The article centered on some Harvard students that are involved in developing a new application geared towards those attending this illustrious school.  However, halfway through the article the conversation turned towards the fact that many of these students do not use their cell phone to make telephone calls.  Matter of fact, one student that was interviewed had to stop for a moment, as she had to think whether or not one of her friends had the ability to send and receive e-mail via her cell phone.  The student had to actually call using her cell phone, something that she does not do but maybe once a week.  The student stated that normally they would use their cell phones to call home and other than that they only use them to send e-mail and text message.



    So I began to think, surely there would be some statistics that would back up the fact that no one really uses her cell phone anymore to make telephone calls.  And I was right.  I found a report, even though it is slightly outdated, from the Nielson Company, 2008 that began to show some interesting facts.  The average number of calls back in 2006 per month was 198 per person and those same people received 65 text messages.  By the end of second quarter 2008 these numbers changed dramatically.  The estimated number of monthly text messages was 357 as compared to the 204 monthly phone calls.  I would imagine that if we had up-to-date statistics today we would see that our cell phones are predominantly used to send and receive text and e-mail, and that probably less than 30% of a mobile phones use is for actual telephoning.  Hopefully I will be able to find an updated statistical report that will prove my original theory.  My unlocked iPhone can help me do this as my PC is too slow!



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  • iControlPad for the iPhone
    Posted on February 26, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    It looks like the new iControlPad for the iPhone has gone into production.  This will allow everyone to enjoy a their games for the iPhone a bit easier as you will not have to any longer worry about the touchscreen to control your games.  The new controller will be available in two different models.  One will have an internal battery that you will also be a will to charge your phone with and another one that will be less expensive and will not have the battery.  Other than that they will both have the same game controls.  It will have the two analog controllers as well as the typical ABXY buttons and of course the selected start button.  There is no release date yet, and so far, no one is quite sure how much this is going to cost.


    This comes on the heels of the announcement on February 24 that Apple iTunes had its 10 billion songs downloaded.  This is a culmination of seven years worth of songs being downloaded, and the rate that we have seen people using iTunes means that we will probably see the 20th billion download for years from now.  Apple recently acquired Lala, which is an online music streaming company.  This company has enabled users to be able to download a track free for the first time and only charging $.10 per track of their unlimited streams.  This may be a way for Apple to hit that new milestone fairly quickly especially with their iPhone unlocked cell phone users.


    Apple iPhone 3GS 32GB Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    In other iPhone news, iTunes recently removed over 5000 apps that were deemed to be offensive.  This came as a response to the many complaints from women that found much of the content to be very degrading.  This is also are sponsored to the numerous complaints from parents that were not very happy with some of the applications that their children were able to have access to.  There was a rumor that Apple was going to have an explicit content area to be able to satisfy some of the complaints from the developers who are losing thousands of dollars a day.  This seems to be a rumor as no response has been forthcoming from Apple.  Apple does not seem to want to deal with explicit applications and wants to keep their app store much more family-friendly.  They did introduce some parental controls, but it seems as though the number of adult rated apps were far more than what Apple was comfortable having.



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  • This past week, RealVNC released the VNC Viewer.  This application for the iPhone 3Gs unlocked will give users the ability to access and even control their PC or laptop computers.   You can do this from just about anywhere.  It is downloaded at the Apple App store and it will run applications, access documents with any Mac, Windows, Linux or UNIX computer.


    The Apple iPhone have just become mobile troubleshooters.  Just imagine that you can test, install, uninstall programs, and check desktops or servers and other issues.  This will be terrific for those system managers.  They will no longer have to run to the office to fix a problem.



    People using this application on their iPhone will need to make sure that they are using VNC Enterprise Edition on their personal computer or laptop in order to be able to access it.  Since it has very intense security features, you will not have to worry about that particular issue.  Using your mobile device, you will be able to use touch, tap and drag to access features of the computer.  It also has the mouse mode if you are more comfortable with this method.  You will be able to scroll left, right, up and down as well as be able to scroll, all from your touchscreen.  You simple enter text right from your touch screen or slid out keyboard.  There are also buttons for shift, Ctrl, Alt and delete, just like your PC or laptop keyboard.


    This really makes the iPhone a mobile office.  To be able to remotely access all of the information on your computer will enable you to be much more productive.  With a $10 price tag, this makes it one of the best applications as of yet.  How many times have you wished you had a document with you at home?  Now you will be able to remotely access it with a touch of a button.



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  • Does the iPad Have Flash Browsing?
    Posted on January 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    With all the hype of the new Apple iPad there is one major downside.  There is no flash.  That means any site or game that is flash based will not work on the new iPad


    During the press conference on January 27, 2010 someone over at Engadget snapped a photo showing the blue missing plugin icon for a flash object.


    Apple iPad Missing Flash


    Granted this is not very unsurprising since the iPhone has never had flash support, but it is still frustrating.  Hopefully in the future Apple will finally.  Adobe posted a blog the other day saying that you can use it for the iPod, iPhone, and iPad.


    We guess only time will tell


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  • Apple iPad
    Posted on January 27, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Apple has finally announced the iPad.  The iPad is like a large version of the iPhone.  From the looks of it the iPad seems great.


    It's a very simple device and the specs are:


    • 0.5″ thick and 1.5lbs light
    • 9.7″ IPS display, capacitive multitouch touchscreen
    • Built-in accelerometer, mic, 30-pin connector, 802.11n Wi-Fi, compass, Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR
    • 10 hours of battery life and one month standby time!
    • 1GHz Apple A4 processor
    • 16GB, 32GB and 64GB Flash storage

    The better news is that Apple announced the retails prices to be all under $1000.  The Apple iPad should be on the market in the next month or so.



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  • Apple iPhone OS 4.0 Coming Soon
    Posted on January 20, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    By now we all know that Apple has an event planned for January 27th, 2010 and the rumors about what was going to be announced have been running rampant.


    Well now it looks like BoyGeniusReport has received some info from an Apple contact regarding the iPhone 4.0 operating system.


    According to BGR


    • There will be multi-touch gestures OS-wide. (Would make sense for that as the rumored OS for the iTablet is close if not the same as the iPhone)
    • “A few new ways” to run applications in the background — multitasking.
    • Many graphical and UI changes to make navigating through the OS easier and more efficient. We haven’t had this broken down, but we can only hope for improved notifications, a refreshed homescreen, etc.
    • The update will supposedly be available for only the iPhone 3G and 3GS, but will “put them ahead in the smartphone market because it will make them more like full-fledged computers” more than any other phone to date. Everyone is “really excited.”
    • The last piece of information is the most vague, but apparently there will be some brand new syncing ability for the contacts and calendar applications.

    From the sounds of it the 4.0 software will finally give users some things they wanted, but anyone still using the original iPhone 2G will unfortunately not be able to upgrade.


    Until January 27th we guess everyone will just have to sit tight and wait



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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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  • They are in the homestretch, with Apple iPhone inching forward, they are nose to nose now, no, wait, they are passing, yes they are passing Nokia, and pulling away in the lead, and it is Apple for the win in profits over Nokia in the most recent financial quarter. This is the latest race in a competition that has been remarkably close for some time.


    Competition between Apple Corporation and Nokia Corporation for the top profit in cell phone sales has been very close in recent times. The second quarter of the year 2009, saw Nokia's income around $1.1 billion, and Apple's estimated income for their popular iPhone was just $1 billion. Apple iPhone cellular phone profits at one point had been trailing behind Nokia's by approximately $100 million before they surged into the forefront and took away the lead.


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    These two rival companies have both produced some impressive new cell phones, but Nokia perhaps had the advantage having been producing cell phones for considerably longer than Apple who just hit the market a little more than 2 years ago. The only phone that Nokia produced that seemed to compare favorably against the popular iPhone was the Nokia 5800, but the price difference was quite noticeable with an Apple costing around $250 to $300 while the Nokia commanded a price of $600.


    Nokia has been coping with some tough times, though they have continued to fare quite well in Europe. The company has had to cut expenses due to issues with the global economy, and has had to lay off many employees.


    With the new crown as the top most profitable players in the business of cellular phones, Apple is moving forward and making its mark, but is unlikely to really phase Nokia, a huge company that is going to remain a serious competitor and continue to grow in the ever expanding technological world of cell phones.



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  • It has been discovered that the first iPhone worm is rickrolling jailbroken phones, most notably across Australia. IPhone users have been expecting an incident such as this one ever since the hacking of iPhone wallpapers in the Netherlands earlier this month. Jailbroken phones, those, which have been adapted to run unofficial code in order to circumvent Apple's App store, are able to download applications available through other sources. Potentially up to 10 % of iPhones in circulation may be jail broken according to Jay Freeman, the founder of Cydia. Researchers agree that the process of jailbreaking decreases the security of the iPhone, leaving jailbroken phones at increased risk of hacking and worms.


    Rickrolling is a phenomenon previously seen in email exchanges and fatuous blog posts, in which the expected content belies a link to the Rick Astley song “Never Gonna Give You Up.” Several well-known incidents of rickrolling have occurred in the past two years: during the Eastern Washington University women's basketball games in March 2008; on several political blogs under posts that alleged racism on the part of First Lady Michelle Obama; and on Facebook and PayPal on the part of security expert Dan Kaminsky in order to point out troublesome vulnerabilities.


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    The iPhone worm rickrolls involves the wallpaper of the phone changing to a picture of Astley accompanied by the text “ikee is never going to give you up.” Responsibility for the event has been claimed by a hacker known as “ikex,” and cast as a harmless prank that reveals security risks for jailbroken phones. IPhone user in Australia who kept the default SSH password for their phones have been the only ones affected. Numerous experts have detailed how to change the password on their websites. While the first iPhone worm to rickrolls jailbroken phones is not the first security flaw to emerge with the iPhone it may become the most high profile warning for vigilance concerning phone security.



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