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  • Motorola Shows Video of Droid 2
    Posted on November 15, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Just in case you have not been excited enough about the release of the Unlocked Motorola Milestone Droid 2, then you can continue reading this to get even more excited.  All this previous excitement, of course, came from all of the products commercial appearances, photos, videos, web appearances, rebate forms, etc.  This handset has definitely got a ton of publicity over the past few months, so obviously there have been a lot of people excited about it coming out.  Recently, people have received yet another teaser of the Droid 2.


    Motorola has just recently posted a hype-video on YouTube showing the computing prowess of their new popular handset.  Even though most of the features of this phone have already been expressed in several different advertisement forms, you can probably brush up your memory by watching this video.  People that have watched the video say that it includes some more stuff that they have not learned about yet, so it would definitely be worth watching in my opinion.


    So far, the video has over 22,000 views with several different comments.  Motorola certainly has a niche for being able to make people excited about their products.  You can place a safe bet that this product will be flying off the shelves upon its release.  Unfortunately, some countries such as Germany will not be selling the Motorola Milestone Droid 2 Unlocked as of yet.  As you can guess, even Germans are excited to get their hands on the product.  Many are quite jealous as well that they will not be able to for some time though.  There has been no official release date yet for this product, but many people expect that it will be out very soon.  Kick back, watch the video, and get even more excited.  Before you know it, you will finally get your hands on this knock out product.



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  • Twitter For Android Updated
    Posted on November 5, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Not only did Facebook for Android get updated, but Twitter also got a very important update as well.  Not a whole lot of new features were added, but there were some noticeable ones that people will definitely take a liking to.  One thing that they did that people will definitely appreciate is the speed increase.  In today’s society, people want things fast and they want things now.  With slow loading times, people get tired and stop using that particular application.  With the speed increase, more people will be happy and spend more time tweeting on their phone.
    Arguably the biggest addition is the pull-to-refresh, which the unlocked iPhone4 client has actually had for a while.  This is an option bar that is revealed by swiping on a tweet.  There are also some new, fresh quoting options for retweets.  Along with that, all avatar photos are now high resolution, so you can see them as clearly on your phone as you can at home on your computer.  The testers that have tried it out all have had great results and came away extremely happy with the updates.  The testers were most happy with the increased loading speed that was mentioned above.  Unlike older versions of twitter, the avatars will not load right away with the page; they will be a bit slower, but that is to be expected since they are going to be a higher resolution.  They will definitely be worth the wait; you can trust me on that.  The upgraded, as expected, will be free, so there is really no reason not to upgrade.  You will definitely be happy with the upgrade with these featured, even though there was not a whole lot of new ones added.  Increased loading time means more productivity!
    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as Motorola Milestone  Droid,  HTC Desire, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 etc...


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  • Motorola Makes a Profit 3 Years Later
    Posted on November 1, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Motorola, Inc., a US telecommunication company based in Illinois, USA, manufactures numerous electronics products including Motorola cell phones, Internet hardware and network infrastructure, among other items. Motorola is one of the first electronics manufacturers that released the infamous “Flip Phone.” This was one of the first Motorola unlocked cell phones that brought the much-loved “Star Trek” series to life. However, according to recent filings of sales and profit statements, Motorola has slipped from its dominant spot, although the company is finally starting to recover.


     


    With the flood of numerous cell phone manufacturers and big name players in the intensely competitive mobile market, these companies have knocked Motorola off its game and it is easy to see why. Nevertheless, according to the recently released third quarter profit results, times may be changing for the company and its profits appear to be rising.


     


    Reporting a six percent sales increase in its third quarter, Motorola states that this increase has resulted in a net profit for the first time in over three years running. What helped this sales and profit increase is the over 3.8 million devices the company so far in 2010. Sanjay Sha, Motorola Mobility’s CEO, stated that the mobile division showed an upward trend in its momentum over the year, which has led to the profitability.



    Adding to Motorola’s recent success are the 22 Motorola cell phones that the company released over the year. Most of these Motorola cell phones use Google’s Android operating system. Google Android OS has become one of the most successful mobile phone operating systems since the release of Apple Inc., iOS. Since its release, Android OS market share has surpassed that of the Apple’s unlocked iphone4 iOS, according to some reports.


     


    Considering the recent profitability of Motorola, the company has decided to split its mobile division into two parts in 2011; Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions. The Motorola Mobility division will handle all Motorola cell phones and Motorola Solutions will encompass everything related to governmental and corporate support related.



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  • Android handsets are increasing in popularity through all of the leading unlocked cell phone service providers.  To keep up with this growing popularity, Verizon has introduced a new express service for Android phones and plans.  Announced on October 18th, Verizon has developed tools that will allow contract holders to access a plethora of account-related information in as little as one-click from their handset.  Information that can be accessed will include call logs, management of accounts, and billing history.  Also included in this Express Services tool is the ability to activate phones and add lines of service whenever and where ever they want.



    The Express Services tool by Verizon is easy to use for all Verizon customers.  Recognizing that today's society requires features that will let the population manage their account on the go and at home, Verizon has developed this new program and makes it available as an OTA update.  With this new feature, it is said that account holders can effectively manage their accounts on a consistent and convenient platform, eliminating the need to call customer care and wait on hold for minutes they cannot afford to waste.



    The initial update is available to several Android Smartphone’s.  These phones include DROID by Motorola, DROID 2, Unlocked DROID X, R2-D2, DEVOUR, DROID ERIS, DROID Incredible, LG Ally, and the Samsung Fascinate.  All Verizon customers with these handsets will receive a message offering the free update for installation.  Those who are not setup on My Verizon will have the option to download the application directly from Android Market on Verizon.com.



    While Express Services is only available for the models listed above, Verizon has announced they will be implementing a similar program for other Smartphone in the near future.  This new development proves that Verizon is keeping up with the need for convenience tools and they are enabling customers to obtain important data in as little as one-click.



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  • In July, a project manager for the Android revealed that Google was planning on launching a music store during the release of the Android 3.0. Since then, more details have come about regarding this new unlocked cell phone. Basically, it has undergone significant UI retooling, which helps improve the phone’s appearance.  The interface is also more user-friendly, as there will be new notification bars, icons and scrolling effects.  When all these changes are put together, users will have an easier time navigating through their cell phone.  Such improvement will be a godsend, especially considering the amount of Google apps that will be provided with the phone. With easier navigation, these programs become more accessible--even for novice Android users.
    Video chat and VOIP calling are two additional features that will be available with the Android 3.0 cell phone. The video chat will be incorporated into the phone’s operating system. It may also be integrated with FaceTime, though previous failures with video chat makes this an uncertainty (as Google may not want to take the risk). The company does not feel this way about VOIP. In fact, they plan on integrating the technology into their Google Voice service. If this can be successfully implemented, Android users could make cell phone calls at a significantly reduced cost. Depending on the carrier, some calls might even be free. The same would also be true for Android tablets. With VOIP technology, they could make phone calls without having to rely on cellular connections. Again, for users this means less money has to be paid out.
    In conclusion, the Android 3.0 looks quite promising. The improved graphics as well as the video chat and VOIP integration puts the phone a step ahead of its competition. Fans might have even more to look forward to as the phone nears its release date.

    In July, a project manager for the Android revealed that Google was planning on launching a music store during the release of the Android 3.0. Since then, more details have come about regarding this new cell phone. Basically, it has undergone significant UI retooling, which helps improve the phone’s appearance.  The interface is also more user-friendly, as there will be new notification bars, icons and scrolling effects.  When all these changes are put together, users will have an easier time navigating through their cell phone.  Such improvement will be a godsend, especially considering the amount of Google apps that will be provided with the phone. With easier navigation, these programs become more accessible--even for novice Android users.
    Video chat and VOIP calling are two additional features that will be available with the Android 3.0 cell phone. The video chat will be incorporated into the phone’s operating system. It may also be integrated with FaceTime, though previous failures with video chat makes this an uncertainty (as Google may not want to take the risk). The company does not feel this way about VOIP. In fact, they plan on integrating the technology into their Google Voice service. If this can be successfully implemented, Android users could make cell phone calls at a significantly reduced cost. Depending on the carrier, some calls might even be free. The same would also be true for Android tablets. With VOIP technology, they could make phone calls without having to rely on cellular connections. Again, for users this means less money has to be paid out.
    In conclusion, the Android 3.0 looks quite promising. The improved graphics as well as the video chat and VOIP integration puts the phone a step ahead of its competition. Fans might have even more to look forward to as the phone nears its release date.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as the Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Motorola Milestone Droid, LG EVE




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  • The number of Apps available for Googles Android is expected to reach 140,000 within the next couple of weeks as the market place becomes increasingly competitive. While still lagging behind the number of apps available for the unlocked iPhone4 by an estimated hundred thousand Android is increasingly becoming a respectable alternative for those attracted by the variety of third-party software available for the iPhone.


    However when comparing the two markets the quality of Android apps are often brought into question. This is because unlike Apple, who review and check every App that they allow to be sold or downloaded, Android apps are subject to very little quality control. This means that many apps are malicious or in some cases just useless.


    An example of malicious software is the recent news in the headlines that many third-party apps were transmitting users GPS location and phone number to advertising servers which many people have seen as a severe breach of privacy.


    However this isn't always the case. One successful and safe Android app is the Geolocation based Foursquare which has just released version 2.0 to Unlocked Motorola Milestone Android users. Foursquare utilises the GPS function on phones to allow users to 'check in' to physical locations so they can show friends where they have been.


    As this shows, the Android app market still has a lot to offer but users may have to be more aware and perhaps tech savy if they are to avoid installing malicious content. It is worth noting however that Google dismiss this criticism citing that “Not only must each Android app get users' permission to access sensitive information, but developers must also go through billing background checks to confirm their real identities, and we will disable any apps that are found to be malicious.”




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  • We have been receiving further more and even more information regarding the infamous (for now) HTC Vision or G1 Blaze, and it is on the way of shaping up of being the first device with HSPA+ from T-mobile.


    As previously reported by us, the Emerald of project might be an adorned launches of both the the MyTouch 3G HD and Vision, it seems that the name is kept all to itself by HD.



    First off, these names like G1 Blaze and Vision looks like to be murdered off, and new device will be renowned with the name of T-Mobile G2 now and Not at all the G2 Touch. The roadmap of T-mobile which was leaked pegs the G1 successor’s launch for the month of September, where it has been referred to by them as the Vanguard. What is even much more exciting about it is supposedly is that this G2 should have been running the stock of all the androids, which apparently is meaning much faster updates than existing any other unlocked cellphone over there, at least theoretically.



    With the version of Android 2.2, several bodies out there still believe that this is the very first time that no one actually needs any skin of custom on that very device, even if all the aesthetic appeals might not be at the par with those skins just as such HTC will sense. I still thought that the stock of Android would apparently be quite dead right after the sipping Nexus one is stopped, and the Unlocked Motorola Droid ( 2 ) which is actually using the UI like Motoblur. We are entirely glad that we have seen that HTC has not given up completely the stock of Android.


    It has been said that the G2 will come certainly with a CPU of 800Mhz MSM7230, which might not be the much fastest in the entire of the Android land.



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  • Let us just suppose for a few moments that the original three episodes of the ‘little known’ space saga by the name of Star Wars did not exist so that we could be able to concentrate and focus on the other aspects of the films. However, the original trilogy, was, is and will always be cherished, treasured and loved by the millions and billions of its huge base of fans scattered all over the globe.


    It doesn’t matter who your favorite character might be, or even if you are inclined towards Star Trek, you are sure to admit that the garbage bin shaped little metal midget, and popular as the R2D2 is one of the most loved and acknowledged characters in the history of science fiction. The little creature, which has the capability to stream video messages just by using its tiny eyeballs, that has the enormous strength to hold anything, including a spacecraft, and so much more is something that makes. And that is one of the reasons why the Limited Edition R2D2 Motorola Unlocked Droid 2 for Verizon Wireless will, by all probability be one of the most impressive and headline making device that will be released in all of the year 2010.


    However, no details are available as of now about the exact date of its release or how much this little gem of a device will be priced at, but sources close to the company reveal that phone will not cost more than the usual $200 for the two year contract, albeit after a discount of $100, not that it would matter too much because even if it cost a bucket load of cash, there are plenty of geeks obsessed with Star Wars who would go to any extent to get their hands on anything even remotely associated with it.



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  • As the BlackBerry unlocked 9800 Torch and Motorola DROID 2 go head to head it seems that both AT&T as well as Verizon will be laughing their way to the bank. The DROID 2 is being distributed by Verizon and the time for pre-sale has passed with Verizon now stocking up the sets in their stores with people queuing to get their hands on one of these sets.



    The D2 is offered by Verizon for a price of $199 that is after calculating a $100 rebate for mail-in orders or an online discount for an agreement for a two year agreement. A purchase in-store will help you avoid any waiting for the deliveries of the set but will instantaneously increase your up-front costing. Simply put $100 rebates are valid for purchases made in-store and purchases made online only. Purchases from any third party retailer will cost you $299.


    For those looking to upgrade to the DROID 3 as soon as it releases, the 20 month default contract length will be a hindrance so as a recommendation go for the one-year contract which will allow you to upgrade before you apply for the next contract. Any one who owns the original Verizon Motorola Unlocked DROID will fill you in on the pains of an upgrade if you wish to do so in the contract period. Despite Verizon’s end-of-year upgradation plan, contractual issues prevent D1 owners who are on two-year agreements find an upgrade to D2 a difficult affair to say the least.



    A one year plan on the D2 will cost you $269 after a %100 rebate which is a $70 hike on the two year plan but the deal is you still get to upgrade to the D# with ease. A monthly plan will push the price of your D2 to a pricey $559. A termination fee of $350 applies for early cancellation of contract and a minimum requirement of a data plan worth $29.99 per month is also set up in the terms and conditions. Complications galore, but the set may well be worth it.




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  • Good news for Droid X users as Verizon and Motorola are assumably planning to enable Android 2.2 Froyo OS on the new smartphones in a month. For the Unlocked  Motorola Milestone Android phone user, you are expected to get the official Froyo update soon enough. Thanks to a leak in one of their support forums, we now know that Droid X will be updated to Android 2.2 by September.



    Here’s the story. All of a sudden a Motorola support forum addressing issues regarding Exchange 2003 on Droid X leaked that it’s hinting at a more concrete update for Froyo. This should get all those Droid X users out there, really charged up.


    An issue faced by Droid X users using Exchange 2003 email is that they are receiving mails but the notifications are not present. With the upgrade to Android 2.2 in early September, this snag should be fixed.


    No indication is available as of now regarding when Verizon will make the update to Android 2.2 available to its DX user through an OTA update, but it can surely be said that it’s going to happen within four weeks or so. But there is a slight possibility that this might turn out to be a hoax.


    The update will make your Unlocked Droid (X) get along with the JIT compiler which will speed up the overall performance, this will allow a V8 JavaScript engine to reach web browsing speeds like Google Chrome-like on your smartphone. It will also be able to use the support of Adobe Flash 10.1, and automatically update your Android apps.



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