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  • Seinfeld Rips On Blackberry
    Posted on June 2, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So we came across this interview that Jerry Seinfeld did on Late Night with Conan O'Brian.  Jerry just makes fun of Blackberry users.  You've got to watch the video below to see what we mean.  Also stick it out to the end because he doesn't like iPhone people either.


    We all know Jerry isn't being serious but this is a must watch for anyone who uses or even doesn't use a Blackberry or iPhone


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  • As technology becomes more sophisticated, so do methods of flirtation. Flirting helps us to feel someone out, and in its most primal sense- determine whether that person is an ideal sexual partner. Deeply engrained in the human psyche, people flirt to signal amorous interest and sexual availability. And, given today’s advanced channels of communication, email, IM, SMS, hormone-driven teenagers and young adults alike are not only disclosing their intimate desires through text messages but also virtually exposing themselves through sexts (sexually explicit messages or photos sent electronically, primarily between cell phones).



    Why Call When You Can Flirtext?


    With over 500 billion SMS messages sent a year, flirtexting is a very popular way for young people to flirt. Self-proclaimed textperts Olivia Baniuszewicz and Debra Goldstein and authors of the book Flirtexting: How To Text Your Way To His Heart say:


    When it comes to communicating, our generation has shorter attention spans and greater expectations. Gone are the days when we spent time getting to know one another over hours of intimate phone conversations. Today we say it all within 160 characters of writing space. Now when you give a boy your number, you’ll soon receive a “1 new text message” light on your cell.


    Flirtexting certainly has its obvious enticements; it gives us time to think about what we want to say, it removes the pressure of having to commit to lengthy phone conversations- and it provides a comfortable physical distance that not only helps us pace the development of a relationship, but also permits us to flirt with multiple people over SMS messages.


    In an age where people get married later, have children later, and like to keep options open in the search for true love- a well played flirtext can work well in one’s favour. But for those who become too dependent on texting, relationships can just as easily begin in a text as they can end in one. People increasingly avoid direct confrontations, preferring to shield themselves against too many questions, and of course having to face or dish out rejection.



    ‘Sexting’: Legal problem, awareness issue, or, modern-day flirting?


    A survey conducted in 2008 by TRU, the global leader in tween, teen and twenty-somethings research, has caused quite a media stir concerning sexting. The survey was fielded online to a total of 1, 280 respondents- 653 teens (ages 13-19) and 627 young adults (20-26). The results found that one in five teenagers have shared nude or semi-nude photos of themselves with their cell phone or online.


    Six Pennsylvania high school students are facing serious criminal charges after three teenage girls allegedly took nude and semi-nude photos of each other and shared them with male classmates via their cell phones. One of the boys had his phone turned on in class. Against school policy, when an administrator came to confiscate the phone, they found a naked picture of one of the girls. The police were immediately called in and the investigation lead to more inappropriate photos. The female students aged 14 to 15 years old, face charges of manufacturing, disseminating or possessing child pornography while the boys, who are 16 and 17, face charges of possession source.


    Many people argue that these charges are too severe. Parents and educators should better monitor their kids’ cell phone use and play a more active role in increasing awareness about the possible consequences and dangers of sexting. But young people may take for granted what perils could lie ahead.


    "Oh gee...thats..uhhh..nice"

    18 year old Jesse Logan had sent nude pictures of herself to a boyfriend. When he and Jesse broke up, he sent those pictures to other girls in their high school. Jesse was harassed by these girls, who called her a slut and a whore. Eventually the abuse was so bad, she stopped attending school. After a while, Jesse decided to speak up about her story on a Cincinnati television station to “make sure no else [would] ever have to go through this again”. Not even two months after the interview, she hung herself in her bedroom.


    Though every generation tries to break free from constraints set by previous ones, and flirting is far from being inert, the lines of where flirtation becomes potentially dangerous can get blurred, especially when at a young and influential age. Moreover, with technology evolving at an ever-rapid speed, both parents and kids may not be fully aware of the repercussions their actions can have.


    What many young people consider a modern way of flirting, is still a relatively loose concept in need of some proper stitching.



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  • Apple iPhone Rumours
    Posted on May 20, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    So it's getting closer to that time of year that many people wait anxiously for and no we're not talking about your birthday.  We are talking about Apple iPhone release time.  Every year, this being the 3rd annual, since 2007 Apple has been releasing a new iPhone in June/July.  This year is shapping up to be no different.  So we thought what is the best way to celebrate then try to get all the rumours together


    Well it turns out we didn't have to.  Our friends at wired.com were already did it for us.


    • 32GB and 16GB storage (up from the current 16GB and 8GB models)
    • $199 and $299 price points to be maintained
    • 3.2-megapixel camera (up from the current 2-megapixel camera)
    • Video-recording and editing capabilities
    • Ability to send a picture & video via MMS
    • Discontinuation of the metal band surrounding the edge of the device
    • OLED screen
    • 1.5 times the battery life of the current models
    • Double the RAM and processing power
    • Built-in FM transmitter
    • Apple logo on back will glow
    • Rubber-tread backing
    • Sleeker design
    • Built-in compass
    • The camera, GPS, compass and Google map combined will identify photo and inform about photo locations
    • Turn-by-turn directions

    Keep in mind the above are all rumours.  Every year there are tons of rumours.  So we have about another month or so until we find out official what is going to be done for the next Apple iPhone, but like everyone PureMobile is eagerly waiting.




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  • The Apple iPhone 3G
    Posted on February 25, 2009 by Pure Mobile

     


    Apple Inc.  also called Apple Computer Inc,  is an American multinational corporation.  The company supplies consumer electronics and software products. The Macintosh computers, the iPod and the iPhone launched by Apple gained immense popularity worldwide.  The company came into existence in 1976 and was incorporated in 1977. Apple is the leader of consumer electronics industry today due to its incredible products. Here is a brief description of some of their products. 


    Apple Cell Phones: An Apple iPhone is a remarkable device that includes impressive features. It is basically a combination of three devices in one- an iPod, a revolutionary internet device and of course a GSM phone. An iPhone has completely redefined the meaning of mobiles. It comes with a slim and sleek body with 3.5 inch widescreen and touch screen controls. An Apple iPhone is available in following models:


    Apple iPhone 3G: It is a 16 GB GSM cellular phone and is available in both black and white colors. It weighs 133 g and its dimensions are 115.5 X 62.1 x 12.3 mm. This phone possesses a 2 MP camera and 8/16 GB internal memory. Although it doesn’t contain a memory slot and built-in handsfree, still it supports many other features like EDGE, GPRS, WLAN, 3G, USB and Bluetooth. Apple iPhone provides Wi-Fi 802.11b/g and 10 hours talk time. 



    Griffin PowerBlock:  Griffin provides a wall charger for the Apple iPhone 3G. It is used for the purpose of charging your apple cell phone at the office or at home. It also facilitates cell phone charging while you are traveling. The Griffin PowerBlock Wall Charger enable you to charge the battery and use your iPhone simultaneously.



    Power Support PIA06C Screen Protector: Power Support also offers a screen protector for iPhone 3G. The screen protector is helpful in maintaining the new look of your cell by protecting the screen from scratches. A micro thin polymer layer on the cell phone screen keeps it safe and makes your cell more durable. 



    Whatever you might be looking for you should check out puremobile's iPhone accessories page.



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  • 5 Ways to Personalize Your Phone
    Posted on October 29, 2008 by Pure Mobile

    Cell phones have become an important part of our life and along with being used for communication; these devices have also become a style statement. With almost every person having a cell phone, it is very common to come across someone with the same cell phone as yours. Now you can personalize your phone by using various accessories to make it look different from the cell phones of other people. Here are five ways in which you can personalize your phone:


    • Ring Tones: Every time you get a call, you can know it by the ring tone of your phone. Almost all new mobile phones have the options to change the ring tones. You can set your favorite song, a recorded voice or your self composed tune as the ring tone of your phone. There are several website where you can download new ring tones for your mobile phone for free or at a small price.
    • Wallpapers: Wallpaper gives a distinct look to the screen of your cell phone. You can use images clicked from your camera phone as the wallpaper. Wallpapers can also be downloaded from the internet. You can simply choose wallpaper to suit the size of your phone screen and change it with the existing wallpaper.
    • Phone Skins: Phone skins are an innovative way to change the way your phone looks. These skins not only protect your phone from any damage if it falls from your hand but also make it look unique.
    • Themes: Themes are a complete package that can change the whole look of your phone. By choosing a new theme for your phone you can change the screen colors, icons shapes, ring tone, and wallpaper of your phone. Many phone models are available with their own theme creator and you can create themes which you like with this software.
    • Games and Applications: Most phones allow users to download games and applications of their choice into their phones. There are several entertaining games that you can play to pass the time and entertain yourself. You can use the phone applications to check email, browse maps, and make calculations and much more.

    By personalizing your phone you can give it a unique look and also increase its functionality. At PureMobile.com, you can buy the latest cell phones from the top manufacturers like Nokia, Apple, Motorola, Sony Ericsson and more. Log on to www.puremobile.com for more information.



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