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  • The Disable Friendly iPhone
    Posted on June 8, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    There are many that suffer from some form of disability or the other and as such, it becomes quite difficult for such persons to use cell phones. If you are one such individual who suffers from some form of vision or hearing loss, you know what a great frustration it is when trying to making use of the latest technological innovations. However, today there are many mobile companies that have taken this into consideration and have started manufacturing mobile phones that can be more accessible to people with disabilities. The perfect example of this is the Unlocked Apple iPhone that has been developed with different in built accessibility features.


    If you wish to improve the functionality of the Unlocked iPhone for a disability, you can do the following.



    1. Visual Voicemail: Should you have some sort of difficulty in hearing, you can decide on using visual voicemail. Through this, you can have your messages read back to you. Consider for instance that there is some phone number being spoken, but you are unable to hear it clearly, you can use the visual voicemail to play it back at a much slower pace. It will be played in iTunes where you can continuously drag the slider back and forth to re read what it was you were unable to hear the first time.


    2. Closed Captioning: With closed captioning, you have the ability of having a message displayed at the bottom of any video currently being watched. Just go to options and make sure that “Closed Captioning” is turned on.


    3. Voice-Over: Voice-Over is a very beneficial feature that can be used by persons having a difficult time reading content on the screen. With Voice-Over, it is possible to have a voice read what is currently being shown on the screen of the phone. You can even use the touch screen feature together with the Voice-Over functionality.



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  • Cell phone Swipe Cards
    Posted on June 8, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Whenever you visit any fast food restaurant, one of the most common scenarios is that of seeing people more attached to their Unlocked Mobile Phones rather than what they are eating. You will find them protecting their cell phones from even the slightest amount of grease and oil just so that they can use it to communicate or play a game. Now with different advances in technology, it has become possible to do much more from your cell phone, such as checking into a hotel, booking rooms and now, even opening doors.


    Now instead of having to visit the front desk of any hotel to confirm your booking of any rooms, you can do the very same thing all from the comfort of the interiors of the hotel. No longer will you have to stand in line in a queue behind confused customers wondering whether your turn is going to come or not. Newely created software allows you to do just this. It can open doors for you without you having to wait in line for your swipe card.



    Tested on two different American Holiday Inns, this new application promises a complete change in the way we can book and confirm our reservations. Making use of a “unique audio code,” your Unlocked Cell Phone can act like your very own swipe card. The only downfall associated with this application is that it is newly designed software; chances are that there will be many different bugs present in the software. Also, since the code is being played from an e-mail, you will have to progress through at least 3 different steps to make sure that you have the right combination for opening your door lock. At the same time, since the entire process works on the microphone capability of the doorknob, you need to ensure that there is no disturbance in the vicinity when making use of your swipe card cell phone.


    Whenever you visit any fast food restaurant, one of the most common scenarios is that of seeing people more attached to their Unlocked Mobile Phones rather than what they are eating. You will find them protecting their cell phones from even the slightest amount of grease and oil just so that they can use it to communicate or play a game. Now with different advances in technology, it has become possible to do much more from your cell phone, such as checking into a hotel, booking rooms and now, even opening doors.


    Now instead of having to visit the front desk of any hotel to confirm your booking of any rooms, you can do the very same thing all from the comfort of the interiors of the hotel. No longer will you have to stand in line in a queue behind confused customers wondering whether your turn is going to come or not. Newely created software allows you to do just this. It can open doors for you without you having to wait in line for your swipe card.


    Tested on two different American Holiday Inns, this new application promises a complete change in the way we can book and confirm our reservations. Making use of a “unique audio code,” your Unlocked Cell Phone can act like your very own swipe card. The only downfall associated with this application is that it is newly designed software; chances are that there will be many different bugs present in the software. Also, since the code is being played from an e-mail, you will have to progress through at least 3 different steps to make sure that you have the right combination for opening your door lock. At the same time, since the entire process works on the microphone capability of the doorknob, you need to ensure that there is no disturbance in the vicinity when making use of your swipe card cell phone.



    This post was posted in Smartphones and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, Swipe Card

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  • A few days ago, an announcement was made by Clearwire Corporation regarding their starting of Unlocked  Iphone 4G in the central district of Washington, D.C, along with the possibility of an increase in overall area coverage in future months. Approximately 1 million people are expected to be covered under the new scheme devised by CLEAR for central Washington D.C, with businesses as well as consumers being able to wirelessly access the internet at lightening fast connection speeds. Irrespective of where you are, whether on the bus or in the office, if you are located in a Wi-Fi zone, you can now access the internet through your mobile.



    As part of a promotional offer, CLEAR has also launched, for a limited time period their internet services at a low cost of $15per month for the first two months with a service deposit of $50. Says Jeff, the general manager for CLEAR in Washington D.C, “We are extremely happy that today we have been able to bring the leading 4G service provider in the country to the capital city. We know how very important it is for visitors and residents in Washington to be able to experience very fast internet speeds, similar to what they are used to at the office or at home. CLEAR is the best you can get should you want to be able to experience the internet on the go.” With CLEAR, it now becomes possible to research all your assignments while moving around. CLEAR makes use of WiMAX, which is much faster than Wi-Fi due to its ability of being measured in miles and not feet


    The combination of having the ability of accessing the internet on your phone while moving or travelling, through lightening fast speeds is what makes CLEAR the nation’s leading 4G network. It is no wonder then that they have decided to come to Washington.



    This post was posted in Apple and was tagged with unlocked phones, iPhone

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  • Starting 7th June, AT&T has decided to get rid of its unlimited data Smartphone transfer plan and introduce different plans. The current $30 unlimited Unlocked Smartphone plan is soon to be depreciated with AT&T claiming that its new plans would be more affordable and more appreciative for people that make use of the internet on a regular basis. So what are these plans and are they really beneficial? We have analyzed them and give you the lowdown on what you really need to know about these plans.



    DataPlus: Under this plan, AT&T plans of giving around 200MB of data transfer for $15. AT&T representatives claim that this plan will be sufficient for more than 65% of their Smartphone user database. In case you should choose this plan and go above the limit of 200MB, additional charges of the same amount for every additional 200MB will be charged.


    DataPro: AT&T states that nearly 2% of its Smartphone users go over the 2GB limit of this plan. Charged at $25 per month, additional charges are $10 per GB.


    There are even talks going on at AT&T  that claim those users wishing to have tethering on their DataPro plan can do so at an additional charge of $20 per month. This effectively results in you being able to share around 2 GB of data flow between your Smartphone and laptop for around $45 per month. Not bad, should you require the internet for simple mail checks. But there is a 5GB data transfer plan available for around $60 and together with tethering; the entire package costing $75.


    Although you might not like any of the new plans that have come into existence, the new rates are much more user friendly allowing many AT&T Quickfire Unlocked Phone subscribers to now leverage the complete power of the internet and Smartphone. Of course, you could still decide to stick with the unlimited $30 data plan currently available.



    This post was posted in Smartphones and was tagged with at&t quickfire, AT&T, Smartphones

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  • Chances are that at some point in your life, you have cursed on Nokia unlocked phone because of appalling software issues. While this might be true, there is absolutely no denying the style and elegance that is attached to the E70-series of QWERTY phones. The newest Nokia model, the E73 Mode for T-Mobile US has a shipping date set for 16th June. Fitted with a 5MP camera having autofocus and flash features, the S60 is sure to be a stand out amongst its competitors. Fitted with free turn by turn Ovi Maps and Wi-Fi support, the E73 is priced at $69.99.



    Says Mike Slater, vice president of the sales department of Nokia, “Our latest concept of the E73 is designed in such a manner that it can bring all required functionality at an affordable cost for our customers. By working together with T-Mobile, Nokia E73 helps users achieve a complete balance between their work and life, by allowing businesses as well as customers to be as productive as possible.”


    The Nokia E73 is also the thinnest and slimmest Unlocked  Smartphone made available from T –Mobile. Mainly designed for business customers, the E73 balances the divide between form as well as functionality. If you are a T-Mobile customer, you can still expect to get much mobile coverage due to the Wi-Fi capabilities of the E73. At the same time, you can also make calls either through the Wi-Fi network or through regular cellular networks.


    Says Travis Warren, product marketing director for T-Mobile, USA, “We are committed to developing technologies that can better the way of life of our customers. It is for such a reason that we have partnered together with Nokia to create the E73 as we believe this is the device that can help parents bridge their work lives together with their family life.”



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  • There certainly has been a lot of love being spread around Twitter applications in recent weeks.  Earlier this morning Twitter re-launched and rebranded Tweetie 2 as Twitter for iPhone 3 and a few short hours later RIM announced that a revamped version of Twitter for BlackBerry Unlocked Gadget is in route.  This new BlackBerry version will stay in beta for a while and has a bunch of new and user-requested features, including:



    • · Quote Tweets
      • Ability to edit ReTweets
      • · Auto Complete for @ usernames
        • When you type an “@” followed by characters, the auto complete feature pops up a list of users as you type
        • · View Geotagged Tweets
          • View locations of geotagged tweets on BlackBerry Maps
          • · Personal Info Guard
            • Warning appears when sharing personal information (e.g. email address, PIN, phone number)
            • · Hotkeys for Navigation
              • New hotkey functionality has been added for lists, find people, etc.
              • R reply, L reply all, Space page down, F retweet, C compose, D refresh, Alt+0 (home), alt+1 (mentions), alt+2 (lists), alt+3 (profile), alt+4 (inbox), alt+5 (find people), alt+6 (search), alt+7 (popular topics)
              • · Go to User
                • Ability to access any users profile from anywhere in the application using auto-complete functionality for followers
                • · Additional photo viewing support


    The new Twitter for BlackBerry code is set to roll out “over the course of tonight and Thursday” according to RIM’s PR team.  The requirements to run this new application include a 64 MB BlackBerry smartphone, Twitter account and an Operating System of 4.5 or higher.


    By the sounds of this update RIM has really done a number on their Twitter client.  These new features should make the lives of Twitter users much easier.



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  • Hollywood often portrays criminals as masterminds capable of plotting devious capers that evade all but the sharpest of crime fighters. In real life, however, that's rarely the case. In fact, most criminals are stupid and desperate. They are often their own worst enemy when it comes to avoiding arrest. Here's five examples of how something as simple as a cell phone foiled the plans of these “evil geniuses.”



    #5 - If you're going to plan a crime, avoid doing so via text message.

    First up is 17-year-old Christopher Franko, and his 16-year-old girlfriend, Dana Saltzman. On May 7, 2010, they were arrested for plotting to shoot up their high school. The plot was revealed in their text message history, with one message reading “May we kill as many as possible and teach these bastards a lesson."  Their obviously well-thought out plan included researching home-made bombs and attempting to purchase a shotgun, which they were turned down for because neither one was 18. Interesting side note, Franko was arrested and plead guilty to making similar plans back in 2007.


    #4 - Think twice before you use a stolen cell phone to snap your own picture.

    Our next criminal genius was caught in a similar fashion. 21-year-old Korey Woodard, with the help of some friends, jacked a cell phone from a University of Illinois student. Korey must have needed it to snap a new picture for his OK Cupid profile, because after he stole the phone, he connected it to his computer to transfer the pictures off the phone. What our fine young criminal failed to realize was the university student had his phone set to automatically upload all new pictures to his Facebook profile when it connects to a computer. Two days after the phone was stolen, a picture of Woodard's smiling face appeared on the victim's profile.



    #3 - Before you mug someone, make sure your cell phone is securely holstered.

    Four young men executed the perfect late night mugging. Derek Kelly, 22, Craig Speakman, 23, and their two 17-year-old underlings waited in the shadows until they spotted their victims. A 19 year old man and his 21 year old girlfriend were walking home after a quick run to a nearby store, when the four muggers stopped them at gun point. They pushed the two victims to the ground and pistol whipped the man into submission before making off with their wallets and recently purchased food. They would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for the cell phone that fell out of one of the assailant's pockets. In a stroke of pure genius, he decided to head back to the scene of the crime to pick it up where the suspects were arrested by police.


    #2 - If you're going to hide your kidnapping victim in a booby trapped bunker, don't let her borrow your cell phone to play games.

    In September of 2006, Vinson Filyaw abducted then-14-year-old Elizabeth Shoaf by posing as a police officer. After a long, disoriented walk through nearby woods, he locked Shoaf in an underground bunker near the trailer he lived in. There, only a mile away from her home, he held her in captivity for 10 days. He must have been sympathetic to the boredom his victim experienced living through a monotonous routine of repeated raping, because Filyaw let Shoaf borrow his cell phone to play games. After he fell asleep, she wasted no time in sending text messages to her mother and several friends. They contacted the police, who then triangulated her position from nearby cell towers. Filyaw fled after hearing he was under pursuit on his battery powered radio, and was later arrested.


    #1 - If you're going to use prepaid cell phones to plot an international terrorist attack, switch to a new phone often.

    What is it with terrorists lately? First, we've got the explosive underwear bomber in Detroit who only succeeded in blowing up his own pants. Now, the failed bombing of Times Square in New York. As if not having your bomb go off wasn't embarrassing enough, Faisal Shahzad was tracked down because of a prepaid cell phone he used while coordinating the attack. Instead of using multiple prepaid phones, Shahzad used one phone for the 12 days he spent making arrangements. Apparently, Shahzad didn't watch enough episodes of 24 to know that, though. This is probably the most ridiculous example of criminal stupidity in the list.


    So there you have it. 5 shining cases where a cell phone was the downfall of law breakers. If you're going to delve into the world of crime, make sure you're smarter than they were. Let's review five things to avoid with your cell phone when breaking the law.


    Don't plan your caper via text message.


    Don't snap your picture with a stolen phone.


    Don't forget to buy a holster for your phone.


    Don't let your victims borrow your phone.


    And remember to switch phones often to avoid being tracked down.


    If you follow the above tips, your life of crime should be fruitful and free of police intervention.



    This post was posted in Odd And Interesting and was tagged with cell phone crimes

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  • Earlier today T-Mobile announced that the HTC Unlocked ( myTouch  3G Slide ) will become available to shoppers on June 2nd.  While the myTouch 3G Slide is nowhere near the most advanced Android smartphone on the market many people are very excited about its pending release.  This particular handset will come with the Android OS which is quickly becoming the most popular operating system for cellular devices.  In addition to that there will be many top notch features included with the myTouch 3G Slide that is easily going to this a great smartphone.



    T-Mobile announced this device will carry a price tag of $179.99 after a $50 mail in rebate.  This price is being deemed on the high side by some people as it is only $20 cheaper than Sprint’s EVO 4G that is projected to launch 4 days later for $199.99.  While you may be paying almost the same price with the myTouch 3G Slide I think that this is still a good deal for this type of smartphone.  With a large touchscreen, sliding QWERTY keyboard, Bluetooth and the latest Android techonology the $179.99 price tag does not seem to be asking that much for this particular handset.


    Along with all of the great features and specs associated with the myTouch 3G Slide you will also get T-Mobile’s network which is one of the best networks you can join.  Rarely do people have any significant issues while using T-Mobile’s cellular network and I would not expect things to change when using the myTouch 3G Slide.



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  • Google powered Android phones and IPhone Unlocked Device  are both starting to dominate the market share for smartphones.  According to Gartner the combined worldwide market share for both operating systems reached 25% in the first quarter which is up 12% from the year before.  The iPhone still has the bigger share at 15.4% (up 5 points) but Android is starting to catch up fast with 9.6% (up 8 points).  All of the other smartphones lost relative share in the first quarter.



    Android is now the fourth largest smartphone operating system surpassing Windows Mobile which now sits in 5th place.  The iPhone is number 3 while RIM and Symbian are numbers 2 and 1 respectively on a worldwide basis.  Although if you look at all mobile phone sales RIM is number 4 and the iPhone ranks 7th with just a 2.7% market share.


    Android is rising faster than the iPhone in relative share but is still trailing in relative numbers.  Gartner estimates that consumers bought about 8.4 million iPhones in the first quarter compared to 5.2 million Android phones.  Both numbers are up considerably over last year’s first quarter as only 4.9 million iPhones were sold in that time frame along with 4.6 million Android units.


    With the recent launch of Android 2.2 which supports Flash technology it is expected that the Android OS will continue its upward trend and close the market share gap with the IPhone even more in Q2.  By having access to Flash Player 10.1 Android devices have a technology that Apple does not support possibly giving it the edge while competing for new customers.  This technology will allow users to have a different and more enjoyable experience when using their Smartphones to surf the web.  I will certainly not be surprised if the Android OS inches even closer to the iPhone in terms of worldwide market share.



    This post was posted in Apple and was tagged with iPhone, Android

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  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini
    Posted on May 21, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Sony has released one of the smallest android phones out there.  The Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 Mini is a compact phone has taken the words to a whole new understanding.  It easily fits in the palm of your hand, and has maintained many of the qualities of its big brother, the Xperia x10.  The overall measurements are 3.27" x 1.9".  It has a thickness of .63 inches, which makes it very small and slim phone, which Sony Ericsson has kept the curved design feature, make it a great phone to hold..



    The Xperia x10 Mini has a 2.55-inch capacitive screen with QVGA resolution, and uses the Android interface, known as UX utilizing Timescape UI.  This allows the user a better experience as well as integrating with web services and social media.  Since the screen is so small, you will not be able to have more than one widget at a time, but this does not seem to be a liability.  There are four shortcuts you applications in the home screen, which you can also change, based on your preferences.  Surprisingly, the small phone even sports a five megapixel camera, including a flash, auto focus and geo-tagging.  It also has video capability, which can be utilized in the 640x480 pixel resolution.


    The  Xperia X10 Mini from is able to surf the web extremely smoothly, but small screen size sometimes it is a little hard to read.  It will work with the 3G, Wi-Fi networks, and this smart phone, with the touchscreen capability is a fast and extremely functional phone. It is Bluetooth supported and has A-GPS, digital compass and a 3.5mm audio jack.  This may be too small to phone for some people with larger hands, but it can be utilized by everyone.  It is expected that the phone will be available sometime in the second quarter of 2010.  Its sister phone, the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Mini Pro Unlocked Gadget.



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