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  • NFL Going To Verizon
    Posted on March 10, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The NFL has just signed an agreement with Verizon wireless for a four year deal that will bring NFL Mobile to Verizon users.  This comes after Sprint decided that the price to carry the NFL sponsorship did not seem to be cost effective.  It should be online, right before the NFL draft that will be happening in April.  In conjunction with the deal, Verizon wireless will become the official NFL wireless provider.  This new app will enable users to keep track of their favorite teams no matter where they are especially on their BlackBerry Curve 8520 unlocked cell phone device.

    One of the favorites is going to be the NFL RedZone channel that will give you a look at all of the key plays and touchdowns from the Sunday games.  You will be able to watch live video from the Friday night and Thursday night football games from NBC.  You also get the NFL network channel that operates 365 days and 24 hours per day to get all of your football news and scores.  You also be able to get game highlights, as well as being able to check out some of the NFL films.  You will have live broadcasts on the radio for every game including the playoffs.  For all of you fantasy football enthusiasts, you will have access to unlimited information as well as news and player statistics.

    No NFL program would be complete without being able to get signature ring tones, graphics and getting NFL alerts that you have customized.  You can kick off this new program for Verizon by taking advantage of it for the upcoming draft.  You will not miss any of the exciting news of the draft because the program will give you a live feed of the draft as it happens right on your BlackBerry Storm 2 or other unlocked cell phone.  It will also have tons of news; lots of blogs that will let you keep track of everyone that is picked moment by moment.  No pricing has been released yet, but it should be available very soon.

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  • Google and the Super Bowl
    Posted on February 8, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    There were a few things I noticed last night while watching the Super Bowl. I personally thought that many of the commercials fell flat. I most certainly expected a bit more flash. The Vizio ad was stunning and of course Betty White was hilarious. But one of the most surprising things was the Google Ad. This was certainly an unexpected ad coming from the company that does not spend any money on television advertising. The story it told was really fun and full of nice sentiments. We watched someone’s life unfold through Google searches.

    I thought that they should have used a cell phone using Google search and the Google map application on the Nexus One phone. This could have been a great way to highlight their search engine on the cell phone. Most everyone already knows how to Google, but everyone may not know about the Google options for their cell phone. But it was certainly fun to watch and created quite a stir that they even placed an ad during the Super Bowl.

    HTC Google Nexus One Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone

    I also thought it was really cool that as the New Orleans Saints were running onto the field at the start of the game that some of the coaches were taking either pictures or videos with their cell phones. This just goes to show you how far we have come in regard to cell phone technology. The clarity and how easy it is to use our cell phones, like the Nexus One, to take great pictures and video is replacing the need for a bulky camera. I am sure that with a 5-megapixel camera, that they got some great shots, and with a touch of a button, they can share those pictures quickly.

    The game was exciting to watch and most of the commercials were good. The Google ad and the David Letterman spot were both surprises and made for a great night of football. I cannot wait until next year to see what the Super Bowl will bring.

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  • Check Out the HTC Fender
    Posted on February 4, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    A TV ad campaign for the HTC Fender has hit the airwaves with Rock Star legend Eric Clapton and T-Mobile promoting the new Limited Fender 3G phone. What is all the buzz about? A collaboration of Eric Clapton and Fender Guitar produced a beautifully designed MyTouch phone with a sleek signature Fender Guitar starburst cover. The expanded tech-musical experience includes a huge pre-loaded song package with Eric Clapton and many other iconic artists that can be accessed with the touch of a finger.HTC Google Nexus One Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    Android powered, the 3G phone has more than 10,000 applications at your finger tips and is able to switch between views, songs and other uses by touch. It has many of the same features as the HTC Google Nexus One Unlocked cell phone.  Album art is displayed on your phone for easy access, touch and listen, beyond cool. Downloading your favorite song for a personalized ring tone will be easier than ever. The HTC designed music players has an enhanced 16GB micro SD card that thousands of your song or videos can be downloaded into. The 3.5mm head set jack offers pure sound and enjoyment for all users. A free download from doubleTwist is a multimedia sync package that will enable you to download easily any audio or video applications from your computer to your phone.

    T-Mobile HTC Fender phone is selling for about $200, with a two year contract. The packaging includes the Fender styled earphones, a green star-burst slip-in pouch. Other accessories that you can purchase are the signature Rock Dock and a Bluetooth stereo head set to enhance the already star studded musical experience. The incredibly light weight 4.1 ounce phone can slip handily into your pocket. The phone’s many applications will be like opening a present every time you find a new application to try. The HTC Fender is a Grammy in the phone industry offerings, and T-Mobile has tuned the guitar.

    This post was posted in HTC and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, HTC Google Nexus One, Bluetooth

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  • Google Nexus One Termination Fees
    Posted on January 22, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The recent launch of Google's highly anticipated phone offering, the 'Google Nexus One', has seen a fresh approach to the controversial process of payment plan termination. Customers wishing to end their plan prematurely will now be forced to pay the full difference in retail price, in relation to the subsidized price of the phone with Google's partner provider company, T-Mobile.

    In this bold move by Google, they intend to combat the increasingly popular practice of customers opting out of their plans simply to sell their device on eBay. The concept involves customers purchasing an Unlocked Google Nexus One only receiving the subsidized rate if they see out a minimum “120 days” of their plan with the carrier T-Mobile on a two year agreement.

    Although termination fees are nothing new in the lucrative mobile phone industry, in the past it has only been the carrier that has enforced such penalties. In this case, the phone hardware provider Google is seemingly cashing in as well, billing the termination item as the “Equipment Recovery Fee”. As a result, the subscriber is forced to pay termination fees to both manufacturer and service provider.

    For example, if a customer terminates their contract within four months, they will pay T-Mobile $200 and Google $350. This amounts to $550 in total costs for terminating the two year plan.

    General concern rests with Google's involvement in this process as it appears over protective of its device, possibly to the detriment of sales.

    The increase in the termination fees will certainly aid Google in its fight against black market retail of the device, which is forecasted to be a huge problem.
    The strategy certainly has further downsides. Unfortunately, legitimate customers who wish to terminate their plans will be expected to fork out the bill as well. Much discussion in online tech magazines revolves around this issue, as it is condemned to be poor consumer practice.

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  • The Google Nexus One Review
    Posted on January 12, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    With the Google Nexus One, everything that a person loves about the World Wide Web becomes conveniently available on a smart phone.

    This diminutive device weighs in at only 130 grams and is slim, sleek and sophisticated. It has a 3.7 inch widescreen display however, and with 800 x 480 pixels, it is remarkably clear. A 100,000 to 1 contrast ratio proves that clarity is possible on a cellular phone screen.

    The Google Nexus One also contains an on board 5-megapixel camera with 2X digital zoom capabilities. It will auto focus from a mere 6 cm to infinity. Not only that, this phone can pinpoint the location of each photo taken by using the phones own AGPS receiver. Video can be shot on the Nexus One on at least 20 frames per second at 720 x 480 pixels.

    Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are part of the plan, and the phone offers A2DP stereo Bluetooth as well. To ensure that the user does not get lost, the phone also contains an assisted global positioning system receiver as well as cell phone tower and Wi-Fi positioning. It also has an on board accelerometer and digital compass.

    With the Qualcomm QSD processor operating at 1 GHz, this phone runs smoothly on its Android operating system. The battery is impressive as well, with a removable 1400 mAH battery with USB charging capabilities that allow the user up to 20 hours of audio playback, up to 7 hours of video playback, and up to 5 hours Internet use on 3G or 6.5 hours on Wi-Fi. Talk time is up to 10 hours worth on 2G, and up to 7 on 3G.

    They keyboard offers language support for English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese in the locations where these languages are most frequently used.

    There is a lot to love about the new Google Nexus One phone, both as a cell phone, and as an Internet accessible computer.

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  • HTC Tilt2 on Windows Mobile 6.5
    Posted on December 7, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The new smart phone from AT&T, the HTC Tilt 2 has an advantage over many cellular phones in that it comes with Windows Mobile 6.5 installed on it.

    The obvious advantage to this is that a user will have instant access to programs such as Microsoft's backup service for My Phone and Mobile Windows Marketplace as well as an improved browser in Internet Explorer Mobile. With Windows Mobile 6.5, the users will get improvements like Flash Lite support and they will also have better tools to use for navigating pages. The Opera Mobile browser is also included on the unlocked HTC Tilt2.

    htc-tilt2The address book on the HTC Tilt 2 is limited only by what memory is available for use. Every entry can store several numbers, work as well as home addresses, Instant Messaging screen names, e-mail, birthdays and more. For purposes related to the caller ID a user can pair the contact with their photo, or with a caller group, or even with a customized ring tone. Another great option is that the user can see contacts' status updates immediately, read any messages or e-mails that they have exchanged with that contact and access the call history from the contact page. Searching is also made easier by the Search Phone widget that searched a phone and all of its apps as well, including e-mail, tasks, contacts, calendar, and Microsoft Word documents in its effort to find the results.

    There are other AT&T services, which are supported by the HTC Tilt2, and some of these include the AT&T Navigator system, which can be used with the built-in GPS to obtain voice-guided navigation, and it supports AT&T Music, as well as AT&T Video, so the entertainment package is impressive. There are a number of apps that can be accessed from the AT&T Tab by using the HTC Tilt 2 TouchFlo interface, also.

    For business phone usage, the HTC Tilt 2 smart phone has some great options and apps, and the Windows Mobile 6.5 system makes this a very handy phone to own.

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  • Review of the HTC Dream
    Posted on November 11, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The release of the HTC Dream marked the debut of Android technology, with the exception of a T-Mobile model that was previously available only in the US.  While not the most sophisticated smart phone out there, many will find its large, responsive touch screen and quick operating speed on the Android platform to be more than acceptable.  On the front face below the touch screen, are several buttons including a trackball and core keys for easy navigation and calling.  Located on a slide underneath the touch screen you will find a full service QWERTY keyboard with five rows of keys that have a nice feel and are well spaced.  A 3.2MP camera with auto-focus is included on the phone, but a flash is missing which can make a good picture hard to get unless the lighting is just right.  The Dream's display is crisp with a resolution of 320x480, which is great for everyday use and the touch screen is highly responsive to touch and accurate as it should be.


    Internet connectivity appears to be one of the HTC Dream phone's strongest attributes, with quick response on internet browsing, downloads and even receiving GPS signals where many other devices lose connection.  While the Wi-Fi connectivity can prove to be handy, it can seriously cut into the battery life if left on constantly, a source of many grumbles across the web.  Chances are you do not need the internet connected at all times though, and in that case, the batteries life can be well extended.  The browser can view most websites in HTML and has Java support, leaving the only websites that cannot be viewed as ones running FLASH.  The HTC Dream has certainly opened the door to Google's Android platform, proving that despite a rather low internal memory Google can create software to run a device much more efficiently and quickly than other developers have figured out.  Depending on your needs in a SmartPhone, HTC Dream may be just the right combination of large touch screen with accurate keyboard and fast internet connection.

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  • Droid Eris On Sale at Verizon Stores
    Posted on November 10, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    The DROID ERIS by HTC is now on sale at Verizon stores for only $99 after rebates and a 24-month contract agreement. The droid equipped with HTC's sense UI, offers future owners the chance to tailor a 7-panel wide home screen. The phone has a wide array of widgets designed for full functionality.

    The android has multiple home screens and these screens have different widgets on them depending on what you prefer to include in the home screens. One home screen can be your “work” home screen or it could be your “play” home screen -and that is in just one touch! Is that not exciting?


    The unique user interface experience with the Droid Eris is supported by a wide array of the most up-to-date mobile features. That includes a 5.0 megapixel camera with auto focus -no more worrying if you took a good photo. Aside from that powerful camera (on a phone that is), you get a 3.2 inch touch screen along with a trackball interface. It has expandable memory as well and it is armed with an 8BG microSD card and can be expanded up to 16 Gigabytes.

    The phone also supports mass storage through USB; it also has Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and a 3.5 mm headset. You will never get lost anywhere with this handset because GPS is integrated in its system along with a digital compass -it has a sensor that lets the Droid Eris know which way is north. See? Even mariners will love this android.

    With its smart dialer, you can call anyone in a moment. If you want to surf the net, go right ahead because the Droid Eris has a full HTML browser with seamless compatibility with GMAIL, Google Maps, and other Google services.

    For those who want to know how the $100 rebate is going to be processed, Verizon Wireless will mail it to you and it will come as a debit card. You may of course use it at any outlet that accepts debit cards -well that is just about anywhere. Look out for information on the HTC Dream as well.

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  • HTC Pure Review & Features
    Posted on October 29, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Windows Mobile 6.5 makes its debut with the HTC Pure, a sharp-looking phone utilizing the convenience of a touch screen interface.  Physical controls are limited to four core buttons including Talk, Back, End, and Windows, a zoom slider on the front face, volume control on the side, and a power/lock button located on the top.  The 3.2-inch touch screen is a nice size for browsing and is capable of great resolution up to 800x480.  Wi-Fi capabilities further simplify web browsing and dual browsers gives the user the choice between Opera Mobile for a basic browser and Internet Explorer Mobile 6.5 software for a fuller, more desktop-like browsing experience including support for Adobe Flash.  GPS and Bluetooth compatibility are both included on the HTC Pure and simplify your gadget needs.  The device boasts the same 5MP camera with digital zoom, touch auto-focus and video recording as its predecessor, the Diamond 2.  Although lacking in on-board storage with only 144MB of data storage built in, a cleverly hidden microSD card slot beneath the battery can accommodate up to an additional 16MB of storage space.


    One thing HTC Pure users will certainly appreciate is the consolidation of all communication logs under each contact.  The full communication history is included whether it is by e-mail, text, or call log, stored for easy to access, and separated by contact.  Easy access to the Windows Marketplace makes it easy to customize the HTC Pure with new functions to meet each individual’s needs, and purchases made are conveniently added to your monthly phone bill so that security isn’t an issue.  The HTC Pure has certainly also delivered in the area of price; for a Smartphone with touch screen experience with access to great features at a more affordable price, check out the HTC Pure and you won’t be disappointed.

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  • A Few More HTC Phones
    Posted on March 11, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    HTC is a Taiwanese-based company and is one of the leading manufacturers of high tech Microsoft Windows based cellular phones globally. Initially it was an outsourcing company but now the company manufactures its own handheld self branded devices. The extraordinary product line from HTC includes smartphones, PDA phones and music phones. Some popular models of HTC cellular phones are discussed below:

    HTC FUZE Black: This smartphone from HTC beautifully displays a wide 2.8-inch VGA touch screen that provides up to four times resolution then other smart devices. The powerful HTC FUZE Black TouchFLO 3D interface provides an easy way to control messaging, calendar checks, emails, etc. Also, the full slide out QWERTY keyboard provides an ease for typing intensive tasks, such as composing email or working on Microsoft Office documents. Other great features incorporated in this smartphone include built-in Wi-Fi, TV-out functionality, 3.2-MP digital camera, support for data at 3G speeds

    HTC G1: This high class business phone is meant to cater to the needs of tech-savvy people. The phone is a complete package in itself that provides for touch screen interface along with the full five-row QWERTY keyboard. Enjoy the unique browsing experience as this smartphone allows a quick browsing through multiple sites at the same time with its multi-page window pane feature. The smartphone also offers 3.15 MP Camera with autofocus, Digital Compass, Motion Sensor, microSD expansion slot and support for 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and USB.

    HTC has a great line up of Windows based cellular phones.  HTC is also planning on releasing an update to the G1 called the Magic later this year.  Stay tooned as we will have a blog post regarding the phone.

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