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  • Droid X 2 Specs Make Their Way Online
    Posted on February 21, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The Unlocked Droid X 2 is coming ever closer to the official announcement. Pictures and specs for the device have already leaked online, which could speed the device up quickly. The Droid X 2 will serve as the sequel to the first version of the supersized phone that has become quite popular since it was first released.


    The photos and specs first showed up on a forum post over at The MobiZone, where all of the information was originally posted. The post has since been removed, but the information was already cached by Google, so the spread of the information could not be slowed


    The specs are jaw dropping to say the least. The phone will feature an NVIDIA Tegra 2 dual core 1 gHz processor, that comes complete with a gigabyte of RAM, a nice LCD display that has a 540  x 960 resolution. Unfortunately the phone will be 3 G only, and will not be compatible with 4 G networks.



    The Motorola Droid X2 unlocked will also have an 8 megapixel rear facing camera, but will not have a front facing camera for video conferencing. In the photos posted online it appears that the phone was running on Android Froyo 2.2, but it could be upgraded to Gingerbread before the official launch of the device. The launch is expected to come int he second quarter of 2011, although no official announcements have been made at this time.


    At some point soon Motorola will be forced to publicly acknowledge the existence of the phone that they have tried to keep under wraps (although unsuccessfully) since it first went through the early stages of production. The device will also come with an FM radio, and will be the same size as the first version of the phone. The announcement of this phone has been highly anticipated by Android fans.




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  • Pac-Man, Twitter, and iPhone Team Up
    Posted on February 16, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The unlocked iPhone 4 app store certainly is not suffering from a small amount of Twitter clients. In fact, the app store seems to be littered with so many Twitter clients that it can be hard to sift through them all and find one that suits your needs. However, there is a new Twitter application that might be a little bit hard for some die hard gaming suers to pass up.



    The application, from NamcoBandai was released in Japan and is called Pac’N TWIT. The application is a Japanese Pac-Man playable game that also allows you to access the Twitter features while you play. This should allow you to effectively pass some time while using the app. It is currently free, and is also translated into both English and French, but is currently only available in the Japanese App store. If the app finds a good amount of popularity, you can expect it to bridge the gap to the app stores of other languages as well.


    At the very least it is a refreshing take on Twitter clients, which have run rampant in recent months. The ability to play Pac Man (and supposedly soon, other games) while you use Twitter will help you to pass time while keeping up with all of your followers and followees. Pac-Man recently saw resurgence in popularity when Google made a version playable on their homepage, in place of their usual location of their logo. The game was one of the most searched terms online for over a week, and it became clear tat there is a huge demand for apps that support Pac-Man play, even though the game, at this point, is more than 30 years old.



    If the app does well in the Japanese app store, which it is expected to, then you will find that the app may quickly expand to other app stores as well.


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  • Microsoft knows that spam is a serious problem for those that use their Hotmail inboxes through unlocked cell phone. So far, Hotmail users have been able to add a plus sign to their usernames (john.doe+workinfo@hotmail.com) to allow them to better manage their mailbox and help to make the sender identification a bit easier on them in the long run. Microsoft said that the problem with that technique is that it made it fairly easy for spammers to figure out the actual email address that you use, and are looking for a way to keep this from happening.


    Email privacy is something that has been out the window for a number of years. It is fairly easy to find nearly anyone’s email online using things like Facebook and other social networking accounts where your email address is listed.


    In order to combat this, Hotmail will be allowing users to create aliases for their email. This will mean that you will not actually have to give out your actual email address at all times. This is great for stopping certain companies from sharing your information with one another.


    I think most of us can relate to having an inbox go from pristine to spam out of commission in just a few short months after giving out your address to the wrong people. The aliases will allow you to send certain emails straight to the spam box. So, if you are signing up for a service and want to check out the user interface, just give them your alias email, check the confirmation in your spam inbox and then never have to deal with the hordes of emails sent to you following that. This is a feature that will help many to manage their inbox in ways that they never could before.



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  • In this day and age,  fixed line phones have become understandably less popular. However, that doesn’t mean that businesses and some individuals are still not going to look for fixed line solutions. A Japanese telecom company called Nakayo recently announced that they will be releasing an IP Home Phone that comes complete with an integrated 7 inch Android tablet like Unlocked Samsung Galaxy Tab. This allows users to receive a call and pick up the handset in order to speak.



    If you would like to make a call, all you have to do is pick up the handset and use the touch screen tablet device that is connected to the handset in order to make a call.  You also will not have to use the handset in order to make a call. Instead, you can take the tablet out of the device, walk around with it, and speak into the microphone, all while using the Android tablet to complete other tasks.


    The tablet will be able to be used completely independently from the handset itself, and can also be used to browse the web. The tablet will also come with features, including a front facing video camera that will allow you to make video calls. The tablet feature Wi-Fi IEEE802.11b/g, with an exceptional touch screen that displays in 800x480 resolution and will feature a camera and a USB port.



    The company will likely mostly target businesses with this device, since most individuals and homes are getting rid of their home phone and are not taking one on. It is an interesting device that could be the first in a line of many home phones that come complete with a tablet. The company has said that they hope to sell more than 30,000 devices within two years, but it is clear that this device, and similar devices, have the potential for much more.


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  • The Motorola Olympus will be announced next week at the CES 2011 show according to sources close the company. AT&T will be holding their first press conference about the gadget sometime next week. The handset has been highly anticipated since the first images of the mobile device made their way online just a few weeks ago. It is known for its excellent display, solid processing power and also provides amazing performance. The size of the touch screen is huge, and is much larger than many of the other similar phones in the same price range.



    The phone will reportedly be running on the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread software that has become so popular in recent months. No official confirmation has been made so far but it is believed that the phone will sport the newest version of the Android software. The size of the screen will be the main draw for most who are considering the purchase of the phone.



    It will be interesting to see if the Motorola Olympus is able to sell as well as the previous Android Motorola Unlocked Phones. A lot of hype has been built around the device since the first leaks regarding it made their way online a few months ago. At the time, it was said that the phone would be looking at a December or January release date, but it has become clear that the announcement will come this month and consumers can expect the release of the Olympus to come a bit later. There is still the chance that the phone could launch at the end of January, although most companies opt to launch their devices at least a month following the official announcement, which is slated to come at CES 2011, which should be a hot bed for new mobile announcements next week.


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  • Motorola  released a video to the blogs today that they called the “Tablet Evolution,” which turned out to be a teaser video for the upcoming announcements that will be taking place at CES 2011. The video was very straight forward and to the point, at one point they even refer to the iPad as a “giant unlocked iPhone 4,” and the boxing gloves come out.


    Motorola has made it no secret that they are taking aim at the iPad, which was able to secure a large portion of the tablet market with their early release. The teaser video starts by showing some of the various tablets, even those that date back to Mayan times, showing hieroglyphics and other ancient scriptures.


    Then, at the end of hthe video we see that iPad, which they say “is like a giant iPhone,” followed by the Samsung Galaxy Tab Unlocked, along with some words about the features of the device. It was an interesting video that will cause quite a stir in the mobile community. It isn’t all that surprising that Motorola attacked Apple in the ad, but it is surprising that they did it so blatantly, accusing them of re-branding their iPhone and releasing it with a larger screen.



    The device will have the next version of Android that has not even been announced at this time. With the recent leak of a picture of the tablet with a Verizon logo on it,  things seem to be finally heating up in the tablet section of the mobile market.



    Apple certainly won’t take the attacks lightly, and will probably fight back with some weak shots of their own. Only time will tell how well the Motorola tablet PC does, but the way they are marketing it seems like we are gearing up for a face off between the iPad and the Galaxy Tab.



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  • Apple Looks to Hire for iOS Development
    Posted on December 21, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    It looks as though apple might be gearing up to take a run at the infamous Google Maps app for iOS devices like unlocked iphone 4, ipad & ipod. A recent job posting to their website calls for individuals with “computational geometry or graph theory,” as well as individuals that have substantial experience with navigation software. The company could be developing something else, but with the popularity of Google maps on the iOS platform and the very open competition between the companies, it looks as though they might be taking a page out of Google’s book and developing their own branded solution that will be eerily similar to something that is already out there on the market.


    With a little bit of guesswork you can see that Apple might be looking to integrate some sort of GPS app into the future updates for the platform. They certainly know how much these types of things can generate, with so many of their most successful apps being related to GPS features.


    Apple has not made any announcement regarding what the hiring could mean. Of course, anything is possible and they could be developing something completely different that we have not heard of yet. There was one previous occasion when the company brought some navigation experts on board, and nothing really ever came of it. It looks as though they might be willing to give that project a second shot, now that they have a new phone out and a software update that would allow them to focus on other features for a small period of time.



    Google has yet to comment on the possibility that Apple could be looking to invade on the space that Google Maps occupies, but likely would not be happy to learn. Google is never a stranger to competition, and constantly releases solutions to compete with other brands, but now it looks as though they will get a taste of their own medicine.


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  • The unlocked Motorola Flipout has been a long-rumored phone that finally appears as if it will be coming to fruition in the United States. The first thing that you will notice about the phone is its odd shape. It is shaped like a square, and is quite small. It only has a 2.8 inch touchscreen display with a 320x240 resolution. It also features a 600 MHz CPU, which is a bit underpowered when you are running applications, and a 3 megapixel camera that also does not meet current standards for smart devices.


    The good news is that the phone does have a few upsides. The keyboard is easy to type on and is spacious for the size of the device. Of course, because the device itself is so small it might get a little bit uncomfortable if you type on it for long periods of time, but it really couldn’t be any better given the space that it has to work with. The phone is very unique, and has a rotating design that brings the keyboard out from underneath. It is also very affordable, and runs Android 2.1 well, although you might experience some problems if you have numerous apps running at the same time.


    Calling on the device is fairly uncomfortable. Its small design and square shape take you out of your element when holding it up to your ear, and I have noticed that a few of my favorite apps do not run on the device, likely because of the size of the screen. It’s lack of power in its processor and camera are also concerning, but overall, for the price at least, the Motorola Flipout unlocked gadegt is a neat little device that should hold you over until that next big release comes out. You will get a lot of questions about it, that’s for sure.




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  • Google released some interesting figures today regarding the percentage of their users, and what version of their Android operating system that they are currently running. Stunningly, the information states that 83% of their users are currently running Android 2.2 or better, suggesting that Unlocked Motorola Milestone Android users are very likely to keep up on their updates, much more so than other platforms have previously reported.


    Along with the 83% of the users that are currently running 2.1 or better, most of their users are actually running the newest version of the software, version 2.2, which 43% of their users are running. Most mobile operating systems are not able to garner anywhere close to this number of users running the latest version of the software, especially when the updates require that the cell phone companies release their own updates for their devices. The 2.2 update was in high demand when it was first released and has received quick attention from a number of different carriers and phone developers.


    This makes it easier for Google to release updates for the their operating system, especially since they do not have to worry about huge upgrades for users that are still running on older versions of their operating system. Currently more than 10% of their user base is running Android 1.6 and 6% of their user base is currently running Android 1.5.


    The numbers are fairly surprising overall. The nature of the market will always ensure that 100% of users are not running updated software, but a total of 83% using the last two versions of Android shows that users know how to upgrade their devices and are interested in the features that have been made available by Google through recent updates.


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  • Motorola MOTOPAD – Android 3.0
    Posted on November 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    According to a leading cell phone mobile blog, Motorola has been chosen to show their upcoming tablet friendly version of Google’s OS.  This is much like when Motorola helped Google acquire Android 2.0 with the unlocked Motorola Milestone Droid.  Now it is pretty much in charge with the same task.


    There have not been a lot of details to go along with this recent newsworthy story, but it was released that Motorola’s upcoming Android 3.0 tablet will be 7 inches.  This will not be much to get people excited about, but it certainly is a sneak peak about things to come.  It should be interesting to see how everything unfolds with this story.  I am sure that more information will be released about Motorola showcasing their version of Google’s OS.  There has not even been a date given when this will happen yet.  A lot of people assume that there should be some type of meeting with all of this news with other releases that take place.  When we hear about when it will take place, we will make sure to let you know to give you a heads up about it.  There really are not a whole lot of details about this yet since it is fairly new.  Obviously, there will not be a ton of details.  That is just a given – common sense.



    All we know right now is that Google specifically chose MOTOPAD as the first device to show Android 3.0, and that the device will be 7 inches.  So yeah, this may not be the most thrilling news, but it does give you even more reason to keep your ears open about more news to come.  I am sure that there will be some type of meeting given where people can show up and watch the showcase of this happening.


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