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  • The Facebook app is one that has come under fire quite a bit in recent months for not running as many users feel the app for the most visited webs site in the world should They probably have a point as the Facebook app is riddled with bugs and other issues that Facebook just can not seem to get right. However, it appears that they are starting to address at least some of the bigger issues as the company has new released a new beta build for their Facebook app for BlackBerry devices such as unlocked Bold 9780, Torch 9800, etc... This is something that people have been waiting for for quite some time, and should address some of the larger issues that have been a problem thus far. The huge overhaul of the current app has been going on since the middle of March but this is the first time that the app is available for beta testing by the users.


    New Facebook App For BlackBerry Devices


    The update to version 2 will bring a number of different updates including the ability to use your Wi-Fi connection in conjunction with the app as well as giving the users the ability to receive push notifications from the app while they are connected to a Wi-Fi network.


     


    New Facebook App For BlackBerry DevicesSome of the more common bugs that have been reported with the app include freezing, an inability for users to be able to navigate seamlessly from one screen to another depending on the screen and the chat feature not working up to par with how many users feel that it should. Hopefully this update will be able to add new features as well as addressing some of the previous problems that many users have had with the app thus far. This is definitely good news for users of the BlackBerry app, which is a platform that has had the most problems with the Facebook app so far.




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  • BlackBerry Playbook Accessories
    Posted on May 30, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    One thing that Research In Motion always does right in BlackBerry Playbook Accessories and their offerings. They offer a number of BlackBerry Playbook Accessories for any device that can can help you to add additional functionality to your device for an extremely low cost. The PlayBook has a number of specialized accessories that can help you to protect the device, increase its functionality, or even customize its look. A few of the more popular types of accessories that are currently available include the following;


    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Cases

    There are a few different cases that are currently available for the device. First, there is the convertible case which is used as an angled stand, and can help you to prop the device up while you are using it. There is also the journal case. This case comes with a leather exterior that looks very nice, as well as a customized shell. This case really is great for protecting the device while adding some style.


    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Chargers

    The BlackBerry Rapid Charging pod is a very nice addition to your usual charger. The device allows your BlackBerry Playbook Accessories to charge at nearly double the rate as allowed by the typical charger. This is a great accessory for people who use their device quite a bit, or run utility heavy apps that cause the battery to drain at a faster rate. This can also be portable and allow you to charge your device when you are out and about.


    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories


    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Cases, Skins and Sleeves

    There are also various skins and sleeves that are available for the device. These can be a low cost way to ensure that you keep your device safe. Sleeves slide over the outside of the device to prevent scratching, while skins will cover the backside of the device. There is also a zip sleeve which allows you to protect the back of the device while still using the front. BlackBerry Playbook Accessories have a wide range of options to choose from.



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  • US Cellular has plans to launch a brand new 4G LTE network for unlocked cell phone users by the time the holiday season rolls around this year and will likely offer a number of new devices for their brand new network just in time for Christmas. With other companies moving quickly to roll out more powerful solutions, it appears that US Cellular does not to loose ground and will be rolling out more highly powered networks of their own to draw in more users.



    Their plans were outlined and announced today. The first regions that receive the new network will be around sometime during the holiday season, with other plans stating that they would like to extend their new network across the nation. At first, only a few select cities will be receiving the upgrade. These cities could include Milwaukee, Madison and Des Moines, according to the announcement that was made today. Their initial roll out is said to cover around 25% of the US, with future updates to the network expanding their reach.


     


    In order to use the new LTE network, you will of course need to own a device that is compatible with the LTE network. As of right now, the company is not currently offering compatible phones, but you can bet that they will find a way to release some before the network is even close to being launched, although there have been no announcements about that thus far.


     


    US Cellular is aggressively expanding their capabilities after the competition has also done so in recent months. Look for them to quickly roll out new areas after their initial run is tested and they have a better idea of what to expect. The roll out is expected in mid to late fourth quarter of 2011.


     


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  • BlackBerry Bold 9900 Unlocked
    Posted on May 5, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    Have you ever considered unlocking a BlackBerry Bold 9900 unlocked for use on a network other than those that it was intended to be used for. It can be quite difficult to come to this decision, as in many cases this will void the warranty, but will allow you to use the device on any network that you like, install apps that otherwise would cost you money and provide an overall enriching experience for the BlackBerry Bold 9900 unlocked.


    BlackBerry Bold 9900 Unlocked


    BlackBerry Bold 9900 Unlocked Review

    The phone is one that has received a lot of attention in recent months, thanks to its nice RIM QWERTY rounded shaped keyboard and the 2.8 inch display that gives an excellent visual experience to the user. It also features a 1.2 GHz processor along with 768 MB of RAM. Built in to the device is 8 gigabytes of memory, along with a five megapixel camera and the ability to record high quality 720p HD video.


    BlackBerry Bold 9900 Unlocked Features

    The device has been highly sought after by BlackBerry fans, and many have searched for the ability to unlock the device. The Blackberry Bold 9900 unlocked is one of the most popular phones that the company has released in recent years and has provided a top of the line QWERTY keyboard and business phone.


    The camera also features face detection, and comes complete with flash, image stabilization and a 4x digital zoom that will help you to have the highest quality of photos. Weighing only a total of 130 grams with the battery, the device is also quite light and easily transported in the pocket, without lacking stability and durability.


    BlackBerry Bold 9900 Unlocked Summary

    The BlackBerry Bold 9900 unlocked is a device that has exceeded the expectations of most and has continually impressed those that unlock it for the benefits that are provided through that process. This includes the ability to travel with it and not being tied to a carrier allowing you to move the Blackberry Bold 9900 unlocked phone with you.



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  • Jaguar XJ and unlocked BlackBerry will be integrating, according to an announcement that was made at the BlackBerry World 2011. They will be showing off their brand new XJ line of sedans that have a prototype in them that allows for the car to connect with RIM technology and allows for their car to be integrated with their mobile devices. Communication throughout the device will be handed by a VNC, and users will be able to access their apps as well as make calls from inside their vehicle.


    They will also be able to control certain aspects of the car from the touch screen, including the direction that the mirrors are facing as well as receive traffic information and GPS services that could help them to more quickly get from point A to point B. The phone will be able to be controlled from the center stack of the line of sedans, and the company has stated that they will be blocking apps that could potentially be distracting while someone is driving. This is good news, because we do not want to have to worry about people playing with mobile apps while they are driving and not paying attention to the road.


    This is a move that was met with applause from the audience, and could shape the way that mobile technology and vehicles integrate in the future. This is an enticing offering, but only if you are looking for a Jaguar.


    In the future, look for integration with other types of vehicles to become more standard. While there are not many options available at the moment, integration is something that has routinely been looked at throughout the mobile industry as a logical next step for smart device and car manufacturing companies. Look for more news on this subject to be made available in the near future.


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  • The BlackBerry  PlayBook is a device that has received a lot of attention in recent months, but is not expected to sell as well as some of the other tablet device that have been available for quite some time. Research In Motion has announced that the new Facebook application for their seven inch tablet that will be available sometime in May. The device will be a business based tablet that should function similarly to most unlocked BlackBerry cell phones.


    This will allow for their thirty million users to finally receive the Facebook application that they have been hoping for, and will open up the ability for them to stay in touch with friends while they are on the move. This is something that many users have been waiting to hear, and will probably help them to sell their new tablet device.


    Although BlackBerry started out targeting corporations and corporate applications of their devices, they have been moving closer toward personal uses in recent years, and the PlayBook might be their farthest jump in the opposite direction.


    The BlackBerry Playbook is a device that has received a lot of attention in recent months, as it is the first jump into the tablet arena by Research In Motion, and the device has mostly impressed thus far. There is no reason to think that the device would not continue to impress moving forward, especially with all of the attention that has been placed on it.


    The announcement came via a press release that quickly made rounds throughout the various mobile blogs and websites. The application will allow users to view and add friends as well as new video and photo viewing, and the ability to use the Facebook chat application that comes standard with every Facebook account.  This is an update that many have been waiting for for quite some time.


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  • Research In Motion is a company that has heavily targeted the business use of their phones throughout their history, but in recent times has realized that they also need to provide personal use features if they wish to stay competitive in the constantly shifting mobile market. They have continued to lose market share to android devices and have been looking for new ways to expand their features to target more users.


    With the announcement of their new “Work Life Balance” technology, the company will be looking for new ways to put together a winning combination, which they hope will be what the Work Life balance provides. The phone marker announced that they would be releasing features that would allow for users to separate work and personal life contacts and data to be separated from one another for more easily access. The new software looks to benefit both the users of unlocked BlackBerry cell phones as well as the companies who use their technology as well.


    This announcement shows that they are taking the criticism and feedback from their users safely. Separating the personal and business content has always been something troubling for many users and the hope is that this software, whether in its first or second iteration will be able to provide users with enough features to help them more easily access their data and determine which data is work related and which is not. This is something that many users will find to be beneficial in the long run, and will provide a secure and cost effective way for employees to remain in touch with their personal contacts, but also will limit the loss of productivity as a result. Hopefully the Work and Life balance software will be something that employers find to be useful for their business applications.


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  • BlackBerry will be launching their BlackBerry PlayBook on the 19th of April, and those who have been anxiously awaiting the tablet can breathe a sigh of relief because it looks as though Research In Motion themselves will be handling customer support for the popular tablet, much in the same way that Apple does with their devices like unlocked iPhone 4. Most of the time Research In Motion works with the carriers that sell products to get through the customer support, but are likely looking for the BlackBerry PlayBook to be a much more personal experience.


    Usually, you can only get ah old of Research In Motion after you have gone through the proper carrier channels. The Wi-Fi PlayBook will be available to users at a number of different retail outlets. This is the first time that Research In Motion will serve as the first official contact point for users who are experiencing trouble with their devices.


    The company is looking to implement an “Apple Care” style of support that will allow users to go directly through them. The only downside is that they lack the number of retail locations that Apple does, which could make it a little more difficult for users to get the support that they are looking for.


    They will offer complimentary support for the first 90 days that the tablet will be released, and will also offer a limited warranty for every device and a BlackBerry Total Care program that will allow users to receive care for their device for as long as they are willing to pay for it once the limited warranty plan has ended. There are many different options available to people that are looking at purchasing the PlayBook and were hoping for more support. RIM is a renowned company, and new users should be excited to see if they are able to live up to their name in terms of support.


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  • New MTS 4G Network
    Posted on April 1, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    MTS has finally launched their 4G network for unlocked cell phone such as BlackBerry Bold 9780, Unlocked Nokia N8, Samsung captivate, etc.. that the company has been talking about for quite some time. The network has been in the works for a number of months and was finally activated for users after months of planning. This is huge news for customers that have been with MTS for quite some time. This will speed up their coverage and will also allow for more advanced plans for the company moving forward.


     


    This should provide download speeds that can reach up to 21 mega bytes per second, which will be nearly twice as fast as their previous speeds. The announcement came from the president of the company, Kevlin Shepherd, who is the usual face seen when the company makes large announcements such as this one.


     


    In his statement, he said that they were able to upgrade their entire coverage area and will give more device options to their customers. It was a huge investment for the company but is certainly one that they are looking to pay off in the long run. It is good to see that they are dedicated to upgrading the coverage offered, and provide higher speeds.



    MTS has continually upgraded their network, which directly benefits the end user.  With this most recent upgrade to 4G, they are officially up to speed with the current demands of a quickly changing industry. The press release from MTS was very detailed, and gave some insight into their future plans. The upgrade of their network will open up a number of new devices that were not previously available with MTS previously. Moving forward, look for their new phones to be announced, as well as a number of phones that will be able to run on the 4G network that was recently launched. There are many different phones that will open up to the company now that they have a 4G network.


     


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  • Sources from BlackBerry have confirmed that version 6.1 of BlackBerry Desktop Manager might be coming in the very new future. The update will allow for compatibility with handsets that run the 6.1 version of the operating system. The app will allow users to better customize and make changes to their desktop to better suit their needs.



    One of the biggest additions from the update is the ability for the BlackBerry such as Bold 9780 and unlocked Torch 9800 to forget the previous devices that have been backed up and synced. This is a feature that has been highly anticipated from users of the service.


     


    A few screenshots of the new version of the software have made their way online that show a number of options that are available to users. You can set the Desktop Manager to ensure that the software will start up as soon as the device is connected, automatically check for updates to the software, and allow for Bluetooth connections to be made.


     


    This is a huge update that will bring a number of key features to the BlackBerry desktop software. One of the biggest inclusion in the update is the compatibility with OS 6.1, which had previously not been able to connect to the BlackBerry Desktop Software for BlackBerry Torch 9800, Curve 8520 unlocked, etc .



    Although this update does take care of a number of key issues, not every complaint was addressed with this update. Hopefully updates that correspond with software updates to the operating system will be much more timely moving forward. Some users have been waiting quite some time for these updates, and the compatibility with the desktop management software is a key feature for many users. The app also offers advanced offers for companies that use the BlackBerry Enterprise Service, and will allow for you to check and synchronize user certificates. It will be interesting to see if Research In Motion adds more features moving forward.




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