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  • Not all unlocked cell phone are able to deliver video in 1080p at this time, but it is certainly the direction that the industry is heading. Now, KDDI’s R&D Labs has developed a method for getting the most out of your HD movie streams while you are out and about and not connected to WiFi network with a stable connection. The technology that they have been developing will allow you to zoom in on particular parts of the feed within the movie. The stream will then be automatically cropped from the far-away server. This will allow you to take a look at only the parts of the video that you would like to see, instead of having to watching the entire screen. The best part is that even the cropped images will be delivered in HD despite the fact that they will be full screen.


    Even if you do not have an HD screen on your phone, you shouldn’t notice much reduction in quality as you zoom in on the video. The company developed the feature for users and companies alike. The upside for companies is that you will have much less data moving back and fourth because the user is only loading a portion of the video instead of the whole thing, and the user gets to see exactly what they want on the screen.



    A video of the technology made its way to the web today and has attracted a lot of attention from various tech websites. It will be interesting to see if other companies become interested in a similar technology. As the streaming of movies over smart devices becomes more regular, features such as this, or any other cost cutting feature will be highly desired by mobile companies looking to cut back on their spending. Although these companies will incur a slight server side cost, in the end it should help them to save money.


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  • It is no secret that Facebook as a platform has been the most rapidly expanding internet presence over the course of the last few years, but the company announced today that they have reached the landmark 100 millionth Facebook app download. When the service first launched their apps shortly after Facebook became the most popular online social networking tool it was not clear if the apps would catch on; up until that point they had been mostly associated with mobile devices and many developers were not clear on how the apps would intertwine with the Facebook interface and were worried about clutter on news feeds.


    All of the apps were silently offered through GetJar, a vendor that is carrier neutral and offered all of the Facebook apps for downloads. As more and more unlocked  cell phone users crave an increase in the number of apps available to them as well as the platforms that these apps are available for, it will be interesting to see if Facebook Apps continue to rise in popularity. After all, it was just a few months ago that Facebook announced that they had reached 50 million downloads of their apps. They have now more than doubled that number in a very short span of time.


    GetJar is now reporting that they are bringing in more than 3 million downloads per day, which is in line with the Nokia app store download mark and is nearly one third of the number of downloads that are being recorded from the Apple App Store.


    GetJar has received additional funding in recent months and secured deals with both Yahoo and AOL to allow them to expand the number of platforms and availability of their instantly downloadable mobile apps that have been gaining popularity in recent months.


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  • HP’s webOS 2.0 will be making its way to tablets and larger phones, according to an announcement that was made by the company today. On the same day that the company announced that they had recorded large increases in revenue and profit throughout the last quarter, the announcement came that they were looking to further expand their webOS 2.0 operating system to encompass many more devices. With the Apple’s unlocked iphone 4 handset have a large market, it will be interesting to see which devices are targeted by the company with their new operating system.


    Scott Miles from HP demoed the OS earlier in the week, showing off an email application and the Chrome browser (the same chrome browser that runs on desktop machines) smoothly running on webOS 2.0.


    Perhaps the most interesting piece of the announcement was that apps for the IOS will scale to a number of different aspect ratios, allowing the apps to keep the same appearance and functionality form one device to another, whether it be a point and click device or a touchscreen device.


    Enyo is a project that the company has put a lot of stock into. Their ability to cater to what mobile users are looking for has made the new operating system highly anticipated, and the announcement that the OS will support larger devices and smaller devices utilizing the same software makes it a viable option for many different devices.



    Enyo will reportedly be available i the first quarter of 2011, and is expected to become a mainstay for years to come. The company also released a video that demoed some of the features from the software that was shown at the NYC technology convention earlier in the day. It will be interesting to see if the software garners enough attention from device manufacturers to compete with some of the larger operating system.


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  • The long awaited Apple iOS 4.2.1 update is now available for download on all compatible devices. The company announced this morning that the update would be going live today after weeks of speculation about when the update would be made available through iTunes. There really is no reason not to upgrade, as this update will fix a number of features that experienced problems with the iOS 4.2 update on some devices. A number of changes were made with the new update, including a tweak to the Facetime voice control, among others.


    The video calling technology will also now support a number of different Bluetooth accessories which will make video conferencing on the unlocked iPhone 4 much easier in the future.


    The iPod Touch (fourth generation) also received a number of bug fixes in the new updates, including bugs that dealt with the stereo playback through a car when the phone was connected through a USB port.


    You might want to wait a few hours to download the update as the servers seem to be a little bit bogged down at the moment with everyone rushing to install the update. If you wait until you go to sleep, and let the update happen overnight, you should wake up with a freshly updated mobile device in the morning. Keep in mind, you will have to go through a number of confirmation screens after the update has been downloaded so set your alarm a little bit early to make up for it.


    The iOS 4.2.1 update will not add any high profile new features to devices and instead will mostly fix bugs and update the features that have been present in the previous versions of the devices. There is no rush to update as no security bugs have been associated with the previous version, but it is a good idea to update as soon as possible.


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  • Orbitz Now on Android
    Posted on November 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    According to a leading unlocked cell phone mobile blog, you can now find Orbitz in your application store on iOS or Android.  They are the first online travel agency to release this type of application on any type of form which is huge news.  Many people have hoped for this to happen eventually and it finally did.  The possibilities are endless now.


    If you are bored somewhere with access to the Internet, then you can look up flights for a certain trip that you are planning to take in the future.  Along with this, you can also book the flights while you are at it.  You can make sure that you get the cheapest flight and the soonest one out because Orbitz categorizes these.  Also, you can go ahead and get some type of rental car bought for whenever you get out of the airport.  This will take a huge load off of your back because normally, you would have to search all over the Internet to find some type of rental car for your trip.  Finally, you will also be able to book your hotel for the trip.  Like your flight and rental car, you will be able to browse hotels by location, price, and how good the hotel is.  By using Orbitz, you are pretty much guaranteed to have a great trip, while at the same time saving a ton of money – money that you would probably have blown if you did not use Orbitz.



    Now of course you can also use Orbitz online, but if you do not have access to a computer, then it comes with great convenience to have this on your phone.  If you are stuck in a traffic jam on the way to the airport, then you will be able to receive updates on your flight.  This should put most people at comfort knowing that they will be able to receive news updates even on the road.



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  • Nokia E7 With 3G Support
    Posted on November 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    According to a leading unlocked cell phone mobile blog, the upcoming Nokia E7 will be featuring 3G radios with their device.  This comes as great news to the people who were planning on buying this device because with it being 3G makes it worth even more than it was before people found out about this news.  If you are unsure of the features of 3G phones, then we will fill you in on what it entitles.



    First of all, all 3G networks have a lot faster transfer speeds than other phones such as 2G ones.  For example, if you were to download a five minute song on a 3G phone, then it would probably only take around 30 seconds tops most of the time; however, if you used an old, outdated 2G phone, then it will probably take you up to 15 minutes just to download a five minute song.  That is almost a 14 minute difference, so as you can tell, having 3G definitely has its advantages over the older phones.  Just the transfer speeds alone are worth it in my opinion.


    3G phones are more or less like computers that you can carry in your pocket; mini lap-tops more or less.  You are able to receive streaming video from different websites such as Youtube, you can send and receive faxes, send and receive e-mails, join or create a video conference, and much more.  The possibilities are endless with 3G phones.


    As you can see, having a 3G phone definitely has its advantages over the older phones.  With that said, you can also now realize how valuable the Nokia E7 is for having 3G capabilities.  If you are a fan of Nokia cell phone devices, then this is a must have to add to your collection.  There has been no release date on when these phones will be on the market yet, but we will keep you updated.


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  • Limili App: A Must Have
    Posted on November 16, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Have you ever been driving down the highway on the way to work, and “that” song starts playing that you have heard over and over?  It’s the same song that you have looked up the lyrics to on Google multiple times, but you have never figured out what the title or artist was?  You ask every friend of yours, they may or may not like the song, but they never know what it is either.  Wouldn’t it be great to finally stop those problems, so you can hear a song and go straight home to buy it on iTunes?  Problem solved.


    If you download the Limili application in your unlocked iphone 4, then it will identify any song that you hear for you.  This is how it works.  If you are sitting in your car and you hear a song that you like, and then you can open the application, hold down the button, and sometimes within three seconds, Limili will recognize the song.  Not only will it tell you the artist and song title, but it will also give you options to listen to it on Youtube, or buy it on other programs such as iTunes.  This is a great feature because even if it tells you the song, you could still forget it by the time you got home.  That really would not solve your problem.  However, with this, you can either add it to your favorites, so you can look at it when you get home – or, you can go ahead and download it on iTunes.  This way you can go home and listen to it however many times you wish.  This sounds like an awesome application that everyone must have.  I don’t think you should put yourself under anymore stress trying to figure out what a certain song is; download this application and end all of those problems.



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  • The CEO and founder of Forrester research, George Colony recent said in a blog post that he thought that the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, was a “one trick pony” and that he thought that he was overrated in Silicon Valley. Colony claimed that the statement was made because Zuckerberg has been unwilling to change Facebook’s looks and functionality throughout the its history. It is true that Zuckerberg has been reluctant to make huge, sweeping changes in his interface, but with good reason; every time Facebook changes its layout and functionality a large portion of the user base complains about the changes through their status updates.


    Throughout his blog post, Colony continues to take shots at Zuckerberg, claiming that he has the “raw material to be a great CEO,” but went on to say that Zuckerberg must first demonstrate that he can turn Facebook into the revenue generating machine that many feel that it should be. Facebook did not post a profitable quarter until several years after it was created, after the site implemented its current advertising system.


    Colony seems to think that Zuckerberg should be willing to go out on a limb with his 500 million person user base and explore different ways of monetizing the site. Of course, this can be tricky, as we saw with MySpace where ads and functionality issues seemingly ran many of the users off of the site. Colony might be jumping the gun a bit with this blog post. Other revered CEO’s, such as Steve Jobs, had over a decade to prove how worthy they were to their companies and went on to develop some of the most game-changing ideas in the technology space.


    It is strange that Colony would choose to criticize Zuckerberg so publicly, and seemingly toot his own horn. What is the point that Colony was attempting to make, and does he expect it to be well received by the younger generation in the tech community?


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  • DVPRemote iOS Application
    Posted on November 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Looking for some more reliable applications to download on your cell phone?  Well look no further than the new DVPRemote iOS application.  This easily replaces your old Roku remote.  This new DVPRemote will enable your unlocked  iPhone 4 or IPod touch to act as your main control mechanism for any Roku set-top box you may have.  An application similar to this has been around the application store for quite some time actually, but this is a newly updated 2.0 version which is supposed to be a lot better.


    There is a completely different user interface which is very user friendly, and it even goes above and beyond to make your night go by smoothly.  There is actually a complete integration with Netflix that supports automated Instant Que navigation, full keyboard support for any screen that requires text entry, direct navigation to user-organizable Channels, toolbars for added channel functionality within Netflix and support for the new “Instant Replay”, “Back” buttons, and “Info.”  Not only that, but it is also works with iOS four’s background operation protocol.  This is huge news for people with that.


    This application is actually very cheap as well.  Right now you can find it in the applications store for only $2.99.  With its advantages over the old Roku Remote, there is really no reason not to make the switch.  You may think that you are better off just saving your money by keeping your old Roku remote, but if you read some of the information above, you would find out that this new remote has a lot better features that your old or current remote is not capable of doing.  For only $2.99, this is a can’t miss deal, and you should go ahead and ditch that old remote for a new one.  What is there for you to lose?


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  • The Blackberry Torch 9800 is the newest update to a wide variety of Blackberry phones available today.  There was a lot of hype about this phone before it’s August 2010 release, but much of it lived up to the claims.  AT&T is the sole provider of all Blackberry phones, but unlocked Blackberry Torch 9800 phones allow you to use it with other carrier services.



    The Blackberry Torch is meant to marry the two best features of other Blackberry phones – a touch screen and a keypad.  The Blackberry Touch was extremely popular, but some users missed the keyboard option.  Other users had the Blackberry Crush, but there is no denying that a touch screen phone is inherently cool.


    The Blackberry Torch does have a touch screen.  It also features the same navigation buttons as other Blackberries, so users will have no problem adapting.  The keyboard is a slider that opens when you need it.  This means it is safely tucked away when not in use, and you won’t be accidentally hitting keys if the phone is in your pocket.



    The phone features the same sturdy construction that made up earlier Blackberries.  In fact, the slider option has added a few millimeters thickness, which gives the Torch an even sturdier feel.  The slider is also sturdy construction, and has won over slider skeptics.


    The Torch has many of the same features as other Blackberries and smart phones – GPS, web surfing, Bluetooth.   There is also a 5 megapixel camera, although some reviewers were disappointed that the camera does not also take video.


    Comparisons of the Blackberry Torch to the iPhone 4 Unlocked handset have also been extremely positive.  The Blackberry holds up against the competition, so if you are torn between the two smart phones, you may have to make the decision simply on whether you prefer the keyboard or not.


    As mentioned before, the Blackberry Torch is only available through AT&T.  The Torch can be unlocked, though, and used with any other carrier.  AT&T and Blackberry equip the phones with a SIM card, so switching to a new carrier requires a new SIM card.  These cards should come with a new “unlock” code, which you will be prompted to enter when you replace the SIM card.


    If you don’t change the SIM card, you can request an unlock code from your current carrier, and provide them with the Torch’s IMEI number.  You can find this code Device menu, under “Device and Status Information.”



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