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  • LG G3 Could Arrive By May
    Posted on March 13, 2014 by keith holland

    While most think of phones like the Nexus 5, Samsung Galaxy S4, or Sony's line of phones when they think Android, LG changed the conversation with the launch of the LG G2. A true powerhouse, the G2 impressed with its elite processing power and even better battery. It was the souped up smartphone that converts IOS users to Android and other Android users to LG. With the pending launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One just around the corner, it's inevitable that the follow up, the LG G3, will be discussed as well. Here is what we know about the LG G3.

    The new LG G3, first of all, is slated for a May release. This puts it in place to follow up both the Samsung Galaxy S5 and the All New HTC One, putting it in good stead to get ahead of the new Apple iPhone and not be too far away from the hot releases preceding it.

    The most prominent feature we know about is the device's reported screen size. At 2560x1440. This would make this phone one of the first 2K screens in a consumer handheld device and slightly nudge itself ahead of it's major competitor the Galaxy S5. It's expected that the G3 will feature a 64-bit processor, once again putting it ahead of the GS3 and entering the fray with Apple for 64-bit supremacy. Camera-wise, the rumoured 16-megapixel puts it the same category as its competitors but miles behind some of the camera offerings being dangled by Sony and Nokia. Other rumours suggest the G3 could feature a water and dust proof chassis, making it possible that this phone could also focus on appealing to the fitness crowd.

    The LG G3 should be another powerful offering from LG. We'll have to wait and see what else LG has in store over the coming weeks for the G3.

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  • HTC is primed to announce the followup to the critically acclaimed HTC One on March 25th. While some debate likely went into the name, we can confirm that HTC's new flagship will be called the All New HTC One. While we won't know what exactly is in store until the big unveil on March 25th, we have a pretty good idea what to expect from the All New HTC One. While the big contender for 2014 from Apple is still months away, HTC is taking on heavyweights like Samsung and Sony head-on in the first half of 2014. So, with that, lets take a look at what the All New HTC One has to offer in the competition for the first half of 2014.

    Like the original, the All New HTC One will be a large device. Bigger than the iPhone and roughly the same size as the LG G2, the All New HTC One is said to feature a screen somewhere between 5 inches and 5.2 inches. With smaller bezels this might not even necessarily increase the overall footprint of the phone. In terms of looks, no one would take this phone seriously if it ditched the aluminum unibody that made it stand out from the crowd. The solid aluminum body returns for the All New HTC One.

    Internally, the All New HTC One features some powerful specs. The SnapDragon 800, which has powered many of the mobile world's top devices, returns to power the All New HTC One. The device itself clocks in at around 2.26 GHz, or roughly the same processing speed of the LG G2. What could set this device apart is an additional graphics processor which would come in handy when powering high-end mobile games. In terms of software, it comes as no surprise that this device will come loaded the latest Android operating system Android 4.4 KitKat.

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  • Verizon Facing Stiffer Competition
    Posted on January 22, 2014 by keith holland

    Verizon is hands-down the biggest telecom company in America. They have been for awhile. While their time on top isn't expected to come to an end anytime soon, even Verizon is acknowledging that they are losing users due to very competitive offers and improved smartphone service from rival companies like T-Mobile and AT&T.

    At a conference call yesterday, Verizon's CFO Fran Shammo acknowledged this very fact saying that they were "seeing a certain segment of our base responding to competitive offers." These "competitive offers" are very likely a response to T-Mobile's much publicized early upgrade programs and their most recent offer in which they promised to actually pay off termination fees from rival companies in order to grow their own subscriber base.

    It wasn't all doom and gloom for Verizon though as they also announced a return to profitability and an increase in 1.7 million new connections. But, regardless of that success it seems investors and customers alike are starting to sour on the company as competitors like T-Mobile and AT&T are getting lots of good press that is sure to drive some sales for both companies. Even brick and mortar strengths, like the perceived power of Verizon's network, have come under assault in the recent months. T-Mobile and AT&T have been steadfastly upgrading their services while Verizon has publicly acknowledged that some of their inner-city networks are starting to lag in terms of quality.

    It has become clear that Verizon needs to stop taking baby steps towards pleasing customers and not let companies like T-Mobile and AT&T to take shots at them. They need to compete with these lower priced plans, not sit there and acknowledge that they are losing market share. In addition, Verizon's response has been somewhat underhanded as they introduced some new plans that ghost what their competitors are offering. We'll have to wait and see what happens with this wireless giant.

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  • The Best In Show Of CES 2014
    Posted on January 15, 2014 by keith holland

    CES took over Las Vegas last week and many nerds rejoiced. The event, which is a huge show and tell for many of the world's leading tech firms, was a hit, showcasing some of the most exciting trends and products in consumer electronics. While it was pretty quite on the smartphone and tablet front, CES did show off some very cool tech in other fields. PureMobile is here to tell you what we thought stood out at this year's edition of CES.

    Wysips LiFi

    There is WiFi, and then there is LiFi. LiFi is a ground breaking new data-transferring technology that transmits data through light. Pioneered by French company Oledcomm, LiFi could redefine how location services, like GPS, work in underground environments like Metros and Subways. Data speed isn't quite there yet, but with improvements anticipated LiFi could change the way we use the internet.

    Playstation Now

    Sony introduced a potential platform killer at CES. Playstation Now is an all-new game streaming service that COULD make video game platforms obsolete. Now, before you say "doesn't Sony make video games and video game platforms?", yes, they do. But what you may not know is that companies like Sony, Nintendo, and Microsoft sell their consoles at a loss and recoup those loses through the sale of software. If Sony can make this work and bypass the console while still delivering a AAA experience through the cloud, look out.

    The Oculus Rift

    Hands down the coolest thing to try out, the Oculus Rift is making virtual reality a legitimate thing. There have been all kinds of half hearted attempts at this tech, but nothing has come as close as the Oculus Rift. Having been in development for some time with multiple enhancements being made, the Rift isn't that far off and shouldn't just revolutionize gaming, but also play a key role in real life as well. Imagine a VR platform for practicing surgery? The Oculus Rift could be that kind of invention that brings people out to events like CES.

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  • Samsung Galaxy S5 Abandoning 4 GB RAM
    Posted on December 20, 2013 by keith holland

    We don't know when, where, or how, but the Samsung Galaxy S5 is coming. Samsung's not-so-secret bun in the oven is expected to be the new flagship for legendary company, but it may not be as powerful as originally anticipated. There had been rumours circulating that the device would feature components never before seen in a smartphone, but now we are starting to hear that those hopes may have been premature.

    The big rumour in regards to the Samsung Galaxy S5 has always been that the phone would feature 4 GB of RAM. We are now hearing that this may not be true, as it is very likely that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature just 3 GB of RAM. While that is something of a standard now, we were very hopeful that Samsung would go the extra mile with the Samsung Galaxy S5, but maybe it was too soon to get our hopes up.

    With that being said, the Samsung Galaxy S5 is still expected to be a very important device and a strong follow up to the very successful Samsung Galaxy SIV. Here are some more specs that may or may not be part of the new Samsung Galaxy S5:

    • SnapDragon 800 Processor
    • 32 GB Internal Storage
    • 18 Mega-Pixel Camera
    • Curved Screen

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  • Samsung has been laying in wait, watching Apple release two new iPhones and the release of the LG G2, Moto X, and Nexus 5. In the meantime they have been working away developing new tech like curved displays and other new feats technological marvel for what will be their next great device. Well, the time is nearly nigh for the launch of their next flagship device, the Samsung Galaxy S5.

    Like any high profile device from a tech giant, rumours are everywhere in regards to the Samsung Galaxy S5. We have read the reports, done our research, and have a pretty good idea of what we'll see from the S5.

    Firstly, The Samsung Galaxy S5 may feature a curved screen. Samsung has been hard at work on this tech and has even already made a curved screen device (The Samsung Galaxy Round). The screen itself is rumoured to be five inches, making it a pretty sizeable device but not quite as big as the Galaxy Note 3.

    Second, The S5 could go the way of the rival HTC One, releasing a model with an all metal body. It is rumoured that the device will actually ship in two different models, one with a metal body and a curved screen, and another with a plastic body and a traditional AMOLED screen.

    Lastly, the fingerprint scanner. Will they or won't they? The rumour has been churning for awhile that Samsung will go the way of the Apple iPhone 5S and TouchID and include a fingerprint reader or some form of fingerprint technology. It's the cool thing to do in tech right now and while it isn't confirmed that the Samsung Galaxy S5 will feature a fingerprint reader, its inclusion wouldn't be that surprising.

    Needless to say, Samsung is prepping a major update to the S4 with the S5. Stick with PureMobile as we follow the development of the Samsung Galaxy S5 over the next quarter.

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  • PureMobile is going the extra mile this Holiday Season. After offering deep discounts on cases for the LG G2, Samsung Galaxy S4, and the Apple iPhone 5S, PureMobile is now offering a free gift for those who make a purchase over the weekend. This weekend, make any purchase and you will receive a set of iLuv earbuds. These earbuds are valued at $15. All you need to do is type in the coupon code after you make your purchase and these earbufs will be packed, loaded, and shipped with your original order. It's that simple!

    In addition to the free gift, PureMobile is offering special discounts on Apple iPhone 5S cases and is offering free shipping on all orders until Christmas. Free gifts, special discounts, and free shipping. PureMobile has you covered from every angle this Holiday Season. Enjoy Black Friday and Cyber Monday!

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  • The BlackBerry Z10. Is it the best smartphone? Nah. Is it a great smartphone? Maybe? Is it an okay smartphone? Yeah, definitely. Is it worthy of a $2400 upgrade courtesy of Porsche? Haha. No. Well, that's what's happening. Just like previous versions before it, BlackBerry has partnered up with Porsche to design a souped up version of their mildly popular smartphone, the Z10. What's different? well, we'll get to that but first things first, I don't think $2400 and BlackBerry belong in the same sentence unless we're talking about buying BlackBerry. The company. Now, let's see what Porsche has done for the BlackBerry Z10.

    This "elite" handset from Porsche and BlackBerry is all about looks. In fact, the guts of the Z10 itself remain almost completely untouched minus the addition of a 64 GB storage drive, upgrading the phone's original 16 GB drive.

    So what has changed on the outside? Well, this Z10 features a stainless steel frame and a back that is wrapped in real Italian leather. If you're super elite, BlackBerry will also be shipping a limited number of Crocodile leather backed phones as well. As for the standard $2400 phone, the backings will come in fuchsia, blue, and silver.

    Inside, the Porsche Z10 features the BlackBerry 10 operating system and custom PIN numbers so that when you are using BBM people can see that spent $2400 dollars on a mid-level phone. In addition to the recognition, this phone has custom designed clock faces and backgrounds to make your Z10 stand out. As a refresher, the BlackBerry Z10 features a 4.2 inch screen, an 8 megapixel rear-facing camera, 2 megapixel front-facing camera, and a 1.5 GHz dual-core processor.

    While this phone will appeal to a very select few when it launches today, I'm sure there will be more than a few ex-BlackBerry employees wondering how BlackBerry was able to front the money to fund this project. Either way, if you get your hands on this enjoy it.

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  • Apple today announced the latest addition to the iPad line, unveiling the new Apple iPad Air and the the Apple iPad Mini with Retina Display. Both feature some of the new advancements we saw with the latest generation of iPhones and the all-new IOS 7. One thing is certain though, these new iPads are thinner, faster, and lighter than their previous editions and represent a huge jump for their respective lines.

    The iPad Air

    The iPad Air features a 9.7 inch Retina Display screen, making this display just as nice on the eyes as the previous generations equipped with the ground-breaking display. This screen is centred into a 9.4 inch body that is just .29 inches deep. The total weight? Just one pound.

    Inside the new iPad Air is the A7 chipset found within the iPhone 5S. This 64-bit chip is based on desktop technology, bringing the tablet even closer to replacing your traditional laptop or desktop. In addition to the A7, the iPad Air also features the M7 Motion Chip, introducing a world of possibilities app-wise. Other hardware improvements include MIMO, which improves wifi speeds, and an impressive ten hour battery life.

    In addition to these new features, there is a bevy of new features being introduced on the software side, including improvements to the iLife and iWork suites that take advantage of the A7 chipset and its desktop and laptop friendly architecture.

    The new iPad Air Launches on November 1st.

    The iPad Mini with Retina Display

    The very popular iPad Mini line also received an update. This came in the form of the addition of Apple's legendary Retina Display. This increases the iPad Mini's screen resolution exponentially, and also puts it in line with the iPad Air, meaning developers will have an easier time developing apps for both devices.

    This 7.9 inch tablet will be available later in November and promises to be a hot item from Apple.

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  • Apple will be holding an event on October 22nd, but just what they are announcing is something of a mystery. The obvious contender is the iPad. Both the iPad and the iPad Mini are due for upgrades and if you follow the bread crumbs, it should be clear what kind of upgrades we are looking at.

    A7 Processors

    At last month's iPhone 5S and 5C event, Apple showed off their all new 64-bit A7 Processors. It is highly likely that any new iPad or iPad Mini will feature this new processor as Apple strives to set the 64-bit processor as the new standard in smartphone and tablet tech. The A7 chip basically doubled the speed of the Apple iPhone 5S over the older iPhone 5 and that kind of jump in speed should be expected for the new iPads as well.

    Retina Display

    While the latest iPad already features the Retina Display, the iPad Mini is still stuck in the stone-age of screen technology. It should come as no surprise that Apple will find a way to cram Retina Display tech into a smaller body. This will be a huge step for the iPad Mini line and will further establish the Mini as a bonafide tablet, and not just a shrunken iPad.

    Other Possible Announcements

    It is a foregone conclusion that any upcoming Apple event will also spotlight the release of Apple's OS X Mavericks Operating System for laptop and desktop computers. Developers already have their hands on what Apple calls the "Golden Master" version of the OS, meaning that it's ready to go.

    Additionally, It is expected that Apple will be refreshing the MacBook Pro, souping up their Pro line with the MacBook Air's Haswell Processors. These processors are incredibly efficient, and stretched the MacBook Air's battery life beyond 12 hours. This will give the heavyweight lifting Pro the endurance of the marathon running Air, really pushing the MacBook Pro to new limits.

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