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  • Sony Ericsson announced today that their highly popular Unlocked Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 phone would no longer be receiving anymore updates to the Android operating system from here on out. This announcement was met by wrath for many XPERIA X10 users who have already made it clear that they have had a problem with the slow upgrading process that has been seen through many of their releases so far.


    You would think with the past criticisms that the team has had to face that they would be more apt to upgrade some of their current releases. Their slow upgrading process has been a problem for many of their users, and the company has shown no willingness to go above and beyond expectations with their current upgrading model. Hopefully they will reconsider their decision and will upgrade the Xperia X10 software past Android 2.1, where it currently sits.


    The company argued in their tweet that the features that were included in the 2.1 update for Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Unlocked were on par, and may even exceed those of a basic 2.2 installation. Of course, anyone who followed the update knows that this is not true in many areas and seems to be a bit of a cop out by the company. This caused outrage among their loyal customers. the problem was not only that they weren't going to be updating the phone in a timely fashion - again, it was mostly that the company seemed to announce that the move wouldn't be made for all of the wrong reasons.


    There is no doubt that the company will have to address the issue again the future, based on the response that they have received thus far. With the slow roll out of updates, Sony seems to have demonstrated that their phones will, in most cases, not be willing to budge on the issue of updates. They can be a bit tricky to handle between models, and they seem to be focusing more on releasing new, updated phones rather than worry about the updating process of older phones.




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  • The CEO of Hulu, Jason Kilar made an appearance at a recent Samsung event to announce a new deal that was on the horizon. The announcement came at a press event at the Consumer Electronic Show today. Hulu Plus will be available for Android 2.2 in the coming months and will be available for Android 2.2 devices only.


    After the announcement he also gave a quick preview of the app, running on the Unlocked Samsung Galaxy S Vibrant which runs on Android 2.2 So far there has been no mention of the price of the app, but you can bet that there will be some sort of subscription fee.


    This means that you will be able to access all of the content that is currently available on Hulu straight from your Android device. It will be interesting to see what they say about a possible subscription fee for the service that has been highly popular since it first launched. Bringing Hulu Plus to Android devices means that you will be able to use it from many different devices that are currently running on Android 2.2 or above - one of the most popular mobile operating system currently being offered. This is something that did not leak out at all before the announcement, but will probably be to the enjoyment of most of their users.



    Hulu constantly updates their offerings in their Hulu Plus service and often time’s television shows will allow their content to be available just days after it airs on TV. So if you have a hard time keeping up with your favorite shows, this service is undoubtedly for you. Hulu Plus has received a lot of praise from current users and hopefully the quality of the video will be great for Hulu Plus users.


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  • The Samsung Unlocked Phone “SCH-1520” is a handset without a name. To most, that might make it a Little less ape paling, but that certainly doesn’t mean that it doesn’t come with a host of features that most would love to have for the price of the phone. The best part about the phone is obviously the display. Its 4.3 inch touch screen display is among the best out there, with a beautiful AMOLED display that makes every screen look unbelievably crisp and sharp.


    The phone also comes with a 1 GHz processor as well as an 8 megapixel rear facing camera, and a 1.3 megapixel front facing camera. This will enable the phone to partake in the various video chat apps that are available for Android 2.2, the software that the phone will run on. So while you have to feel kind of bad for a phone that is referred to by its model number, or simply as the “Samsung 4G LTE Smartphone” as Verizon referred to it in their press release, you can’t say that they skimped on the features this time around.



    Although the focus of the hand set should be on the excellent Super AMOLED Plus screen that delivers everything in crystal clear clarity, it also has a wonderful design that make it easy to hold, use, and comfortable in the hand. These, combined with the fact that the phone boasts a completely open HDMI out port have made it an unlikely hit at the Consumer Electronics Show this year. It will be interesting to see how the phone continues to gain popularity as more become aware of the great features, despite the fact that it does not yet have a name. The phone is expected to be released during the first two quarters of 2011, so expect it to have some sort of official branding here soon.


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  • HTC unlocked phones has made another mammoth announcement, just in time for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show. The HTC EVO 4G will be receiving another model of the phone, and this time on a completely new carrier. The phone will feature a 4.3 inch touch screen display and will be called the Inspire 4G, running on a 4G network provided by AT&T.


    The announcement comes just days before the Consumer Electronics Show. Many companies have opted to make their announcements prior to the show to build anticipation for the booths and event that will take place at the show. Along with the excellent LCD display, the phone will also offer an 8 megapixel rear camera and a 1 GHZ CPU that should enable it to run just about any app available. It will also utilize the Android 2.2 operating system that features HTC’s customized Sense UI, which allows users to use a “Find my Phone” feature that is very similar to the feature that was recently released by Apple for their unlocked iPhone 4.



    HTC continues to impress in the days leading up to the Consumer Electronics Show, and has made a number of huge announcements including the development of their own tablet device.


    It will be interesting to see how much hype this announcement receives, especially considering that the phone has already been released. The upgraded features should draw a few new users over to the phone, but the fact that it will be released on a new carrier with 4G capabilities is undoubtedly the biggest draw of the device.


    The Inspire 4G is a huge upgrade for a device that has already been immensely popular throughout its history. HTC might be the underdog in the saturated mobile market, but they continue to impress with wonderful deals and excellent devices that push the ever expanding envelope for the company.




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  • HTC Scribe Unveiled in February
    Posted on January 5, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    HTC is a company that is known for delivering excellent mobile devices to their customers, but also has not attracted as much attention as some of the other companies within the same space. Now, it appears that the company will be making the official unveiling of their new HTC Scribe tablet device at the MWC in February. A number of sources close to the company have said that they will be making the announcement about their 7 inch screen tablet in Barcelona in February. Some have already speculated that the tablet device will be more popular broad than it will here in the states, but that doesn’t mean that it couldn’t rise to popularity in the west as well.


    The HTC Scribe will reportedly run the Android 3.0 software, a few ticks below the latest version. This information was reportedly leaked by the Taiwanese parts manufacturer that has been working with HTC unlocked phones to build the device over the course of the last few months.


    HTC is known for being a company that was one of the first to utilize the Android operating system for their devices, and in some instances can even be credited with helping Android rise to the popularity that it has now. HTC has yet to develop a tablet device and the Scribe will be the first offering by the company.


    Although it won’t be as feature loaded as the PlayBook and other tablets that are set to hit the market here soon, the Scribe is expected to be one of the most popular tablet choices on the market as soon as it is released. HTC hopes to snatch up niche markets of users that are looking to find a tablet that will allow them to browse Flash websites, a feature that is missing from the iPad.


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  • iPad 2 Will Have Different Case
    Posted on December 31, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    As per one of the leading unlocked cell phone blog site, although Apple is not typically known for varying their devices too much from one design to another to keep some continuity, It appears that they will be making a number of changes to the second version of the highly popular iPad. A source in China has stated that the company is already working on the second generation of the iPad and that the case will have a new design compared to the first model. The new case will be just a bit smaller and will measure 239 mm x 186 mm, which is a bit smaller than Apple’s current case which is just a few millimeters larger.


    Although there is no way to verify this story, the fact that it was released with such exact stats would lead most to believe that it is probably true. The first generation of the iPad has been highly successful, paving the way for other tablet devices that are looking to enter a market that is getting more competitive by the day.


    The iPad 2 will also have wide range speakers, according to the report. Apple has been quick to jump on an upgrade for their first tablet device. This is probably because the company has seen the onslaught of incoming competition with advanced features, and are looking to ensure that they are able to retain their current market share.


    It will be interesting to see what changes about the device in the iPad 2. The first version was highly successful and changed the mobile industry forever with a simple announcement. The second version will hopefully be a huge upgrade over the first version in the same way that the unlocked iPhone 4 received a sizable update on its second release. The tablet marketplace has proven to be large enough to be considered a subsidiary to the mobile market in itself.



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  • Android Market Adds AT&T Billing App
    Posted on December 28, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Google has announced that they will be releasing a new feature for their marketplace along with a number of applications. As of now, the AT&T Direct Carrier Billing application is now available to AT&T customers that are using some of the multiple Android devices such has HTC Desire, Samsung Captivate i897 unlocked on their network. The service would let users use their accounts, and connect them with their AT&T billing accounts to allow them to more easily pay their mobile bills.


    App purchases now can be billed to their provider accounts, allowing them to pay their app bills in bulk at the end of the month. This benefits both the user and the company because it allows users to run up larger tabs on apps when they do not realize what they have spent, but also allows the users to take care of their app payments in bulk, one time at the end of the month. This is a service that has become increasingly common over the course of the last few months, and the AT&T implementation is something that has been rumored for a very long time.



    The app was made available to T-Mobile subscribers earlier in the month. Google will likely explore similar opportunities in the near future because this sort of subscription service will definitely increase app sales on mobile devices. Allowing users to not see the damages until the end of the month, or at least delay their payments on a credit-style system and including them in with their provider bills will make the payment process easier but will also make it easier for them to overspend.


    It will be interesting to see how well the customers respond to a move like this. It is a drastic change in the way that business is done in the mobile space and will take some getting used to on the user end of the spectrum.


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  • With rumors of the Playstation Phone everywhere, Sony announced today that they would be adding Playstation app to their resume. The app will only be available for Android and iOS devices. The app will give users a number of options. Unfortunately one of those options will not be to play Playstation games on their phone. The app works in a way that is similar to the XBox Live features that are available on LG C900 Unlocked Windows Phone 7.


    The app will grant you access to all of the most up to date news on the Playstation platform and will also let you see what your friends are playing and whether or not they are online. Now you do not even have to get up and walk to the Playstation to see which of your friends are online. If you are feeling like you might want to play some online games, simply look up who is online on your phone and see if anything catches your eye.


    The app will launch first in Europe, including in France, Germany, and Spain. Sony also said that they were looking to expand the features and countries that will carry the app in the near future. This is to be looked at as a testing period to make sure that everything is running smoothly.



    Unlocked iphone 4 iOS devices will have to be running version four or above to use the App, and Android phones have to be using 1.6 or a higher version. They did not announce when this would be coming to the US but if it is successful in its initial releases, you can expect it to make its way here very soon.


    Here’s to hoping the next announcement from the company is the Playstation Phone which has had several videos of it released but has received no official confirmation from Sony Ericsson.




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  • Could Nokia Start Using Windows Phone 7
    Posted on December 21, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    A recent rumor from Nokia insider Eldar Murtazin claims that Nokia is currently in the process of working on a deal with Microsoft that would allow for them to utilize Windows Phone 7 on their upcoming unlocked cell phone. The devices had previously used Symbian, but the operating system has not received good marks from experts or customers in reviews, and it is clear that Nokia will have to move away from Symbian if they would like to remain competitive in the market.


    The CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop has reportedly been conversing with officials at Microsoft for the past few months and has spoken with them about the possibility of them launching a Windows Phone 7 device in the near future.


    Regardless of the decision that they make, Nokia still has a large place in the marketplace. Them adding a partnership with Microsoft into the mix would be to the benefit of both companies and would allow both of them to grow. Windows Phone 7 is known for being meticulous when it comes to security. Their WGA software will lock the phone down if it detects that you are messing with any of the inner-working software that runs the operating system, and Symbian is an operating system that is obviously on the decline.


    It will be interesting to see what kind of devices Nokia releases. They have never been at the forefront of the higher-end devices, but a new partnership with a growing operating system might force them to look to more advanced devices in the future.



    The rumor also stated that they were not just discussing the possibility of a single phone, but instead a line of phones that would be sold through the various channels that Nokia has at their disposal. It would be an interesting partnership to say the least. Both companies have made huge gains in the mobile market in recent years and it only seems right that they meet in the middle to continue their surge.


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  • Skype Prepares for New Cloud Features
    Posted on December 8, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Skype is getting ready for some cloud based features that should further expand their calling platform. You can imagine the type of features that they would be able to implement through the usage of cloud computing. The move would suggest that Skype is looking to expand further than their current user base and start to offer solutions for enterprises and corporations. Google Voice was recently made available to smart phone users through an app that is available for unlocked iphone 4 iOS, and some have suggested that perhaps Google will look to release an enterprise-level solution some time in the future as well, and Skype is apparently taking heed of these warnings.


    Some have suggested that perhaps Skype is gearing up to team up with Facebook to expand their offerings and allow Facebook users to call one another from their profile pages, but that is only speculative at this point. Other experts have suggested that Skype could be looking to team up with Microsoft to utilize their cloud system that is in place.



    Either way, the announcement of the integration of cloud features is something that shows that Skype is preparing to extend their service in some way. The move to cloud computing will give them a lot more to work with and will give them the opportunity to expand upon their currently offered features.


    Skype has already been able to integrate their service with other platforms, but with other alternatives popping up in recent months, both in the form of personal computer applications and smart phone apps, Skype appears poised to build upon their current system and expand it into something that would make the barrier of entry much harder for startup businesses that could potentially threaten the success of Skype. Look for Skype to elaborate on their plans over the course of the next few months as they move most of their system tot he cloud.


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