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  • Google to Release its Answer to Siri
    Posted on December 16, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By John Castell


    Google to Release its Answer to Siri


    Just in time for holiday parties, Apple unleashed its iPhone 4S on the masses. This optimist’s belief is that Apple was being very considerate in providing hosts and guests alike the perfect party trick: Siri.  It certainly provided an hour of entertainment at my last dinner party... although Siri did not answer any of my questions in a satisfactory manner.   Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Discover the latest stylish top brand bags, sleeves and cases which allow you to protect your devices from scratches and blemishes with our.  Tough on the outside, sweet on the inside these innovative  protection solution accessories combine complete device coverage with sleek artistic expression.


     


    Hopefully, Google’s up and coming counterpart will have a better sense of humor. Rumor has it that the Android solution which would amp up the capabilities of “Voice Actions” on their smartphones and close the competitive gap that Siri created. AndroidandMe recently reported that the project is referred to by the code name “Majel” and could be released as early as the end of this year. As this technology will amp up smartphone usage even more, customers should be sure to use the latest in hands-free device such as Bluetooth headsets or BlueTooth Car Kits when taking advantage of this technology while driving (especially with amped up holiday patrols and tricky weather conditions).


    Along the same lines as Siri, Majel is said to use the same method of conversational speech to issue queries in lieu of having to make use of limited compatible commands. The freshman release doesn’t look to allow end-users to control the phone or its installed applications, but that functionality may be in the pipeline for sometime next year. This is great for expanding the scope of hands-free technologies available on the market for both Android and Apple mobile devices.  Discover an extensive selection of the latest lithium technology replacement cell phone and wireless devices batteries.  Ensure your device is powered by brand name batteries for longer operating life.


    Google to Release its Answer to Siri


    For the moment, Majel is still a rumor, but Google’s actions all seem to have iOS and Apple in its sights to take down as competition, so… it is likely a very credible rumor. In fact, on Tuesday they announced the acquisition of Clever Sense (the developer of “Alfred,” a personal assistant software). We are still vague on whether Alfred (who IS quite similar to Siri) will be integrated into the first Majel launch (we can say with certainty that Alfred will not clean the bat cave or pick up dry cleaning).   Enhance your mobility... turn your device into a power tool.  Discover select memory and electronic accessories specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.


    For those Android users who have Siri envy that needs to be assuaged now, there are a couple third party assistant apps available in the Android marketplace (easily found by searching “Cluzee” or “Iris”). Otherwise, keep a running list of all your Majel questions for when it is made available in the coming weeks or months!   Break away from long -term service provider contracts... enjoy the freedom of unlocked cell phones.




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  • By Megan Fleet


    Cell Phone Pandemic – Texting / Talking while drivingWe’ve all heard the anecdotes and actually, you probably personally know someone who has been affected. It’s not AIDS; it’s not breast cancer; it’s not drunk driving. It’s texting and talking while driving. And in a recent Canadian survey (conducted by the insurance company Kanetix), 18% of the survey group admits to these cell activities while behind the wheel. The second question and perhaps more pertinent would be: how many Canadian drivers use a hands-free headset or other safety accessories? Bluetooth headsets and Bluetooth car kits accessories are proven to keep eyes on the road.


    For smart phone users it is even more potentially treacherous when factoring in “playing games, checking social media, reading emails” and a plethora of other activities typical smart phone users engage in while driving.  In fact, in a study recently released by ComSource a full 70% of cellular consumers use their phones to text.  Discover the latest innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories from the industry's most leading brands


    So what’s the tangible toll of these actions? According to Allstate Canada a full 80% of collisions are caused by distracted driving - in fact the province of Alberta gets first prize for distracted drivers.  If that doesn’t drive the point home, the findings of a study conducted by the Transportation Research Laboratory in Britain will.  Alcohol intoxication impaired driving reaction time by 12%.  Marijuana? Reaction time suffered even more: 21%.  Sober texting hampered reaction time by 35%. Hazarding a guess that the roads would be exponentially safer with the sale of hands-free accessories for every unlocked cell phone sold.


    Given the number of cities, provinces and US states that are taking legislative actions to improve public safety we may soon be legally mandated to use Bluetooth car kit accessories. Cell phone free zones are seen in school zones, texting is banned in a full 35 states in the US and awareness of the dangers is ever growing. Before your next trip in the car, you may want to peruse the accessories that will keep you and your loved ones safer.
    Map of texting bans in US


    Cell Phone Pandemic – Texting / Talking while driving


     


    Mobile Content Usage
    3 Month Avg. Ending Oct. 2011 vs. 3 Month Avg. Ending Jul. 2011
    Total U.S. Mobile Subscribers (Smartphone & Non-Smartphone) Ages 13+
    Source: comScore MobiLens
    Share (%) of Mobile Subscribers
    Jul-11 Oct-11 Point Change
    Total Mobile Subscribers 100.0% 100.0% N/A
    Sent text message to another phone 70.0% 71.8% 1.8
    Used browser 41.1% 44.0% 2.9
    Used downloaded apps 40.6% 43.8% 3.2
    Accessed social networking site or blog 30.1% 32.3% 2.2
    Played Games 27.8% 29.2% 1.4
    Listened to music on mobile phone 20.3% 21.2% 0.9

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  • What Is A Bluetooth Car Kit?
    Posted on February 19, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    Bluetooth car kit is a device that allows people to chat on their mobile phones while driving.  With this device, there is no need to hold mobile phone in your hand while you are taking a call. This device not only allows you to drive the car safely but also makes you follow cell phone driving laws as using a cell phone while driving is illegal in many countries. You just need to have a Bluetooth enabled handset to avail the benefits of this amazing device. The device will be automatically connected as soon as the Bluetooth in your cell phone is turned on.


    The easy to install Bluetooth car kits offer many unique and entertaining features as well. You can stream music wirelessly from your mobile phone through Bluetooth and listen to the music of your choice. Just press a single button to answer calls, end calls, adjust volume and more. Some Bluetooth car kits also come with an integrated noise reduction and echo canceling ability. Here are some of the advantages of using Bluetooth car kits:


    Ease of Calling: The voice dialing feature of Bluetooth car kits allow you to make calls without taking attention off the road. You can easily place the call from the headset through voice dial, without picking up the cell phone.


    Added features: Some Bluetooth car kits not only offer the ease of receiving and making calls but offer entertainment features also. You can keep on enjoying listening to music on your car stereo system without having to mute the stereo when receiving calls. The volume of music is muted by the car kit when a call comes and turns on when the call ends.


    Easy to install: Bluetooth car kits are very easy to install, simply plug it into your car's cigarette lighter and pair it with your Bluetooth enabled phone, and you can start talking.


    Compatibility: Several Bluetooth car kits are compatible with different models of cell phones as the basic Bluetooth technology is the same. You can also connect a number of Bluetooth enabled devices to these kits at the same time.  


    Bluetooth car kits are a great alternative to the bluetooth headset.  Many people don't like having to place the headset in their ear.  You can check out a whole range of them at puremobile.com



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