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  • BlackBerry will be launching their BlackBerry PlayBook on the 19th of April, and those who have been anxiously awaiting the tablet can breathe a sigh of relief because it looks as though Research In Motion themselves will be handling customer support for the popular tablet, much in the same way that Apple does with their devices like unlocked iPhone 4. Most of the time Research In Motion works with the carriers that sell products to get through the customer support, but are likely looking for the BlackBerry PlayBook to be a much more personal experience.


    Usually, you can only get ah old of Research In Motion after you have gone through the proper carrier channels. The Wi-Fi PlayBook will be available to users at a number of different retail outlets. This is the first time that Research In Motion will serve as the first official contact point for users who are experiencing trouble with their devices.


    The company is looking to implement an “Apple Care” style of support that will allow users to go directly through them. The only downside is that they lack the number of retail locations that Apple does, which could make it a little more difficult for users to get the support that they are looking for.


    They will offer complimentary support for the first 90 days that the tablet will be released, and will also offer a limited warranty for every device and a BlackBerry Total Care program that will allow users to receive care for their device for as long as they are willing to pay for it once the limited warranty plan has ended. There are many different options available to people that are looking at purchasing the PlayBook and were hoping for more support. RIM is a renowned company, and new users should be excited to see if they are able to live up to their name in terms of support.


    PureMobile carries a wide range unlocked BlackBerry cell phone accessories and unlocked BlackBerry  cell phones like unlocked BlackBerry Bold 9780, BlackBerry Curve 9300, etc.




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  • Not all unlocked cell phone are able to deliver video in 1080p at this time, but it is certainly the direction that the industry is heading. Now, KDDI’s R&D Labs has developed a method for getting the most out of your HD movie streams while you are out and about and not connected to WiFi network with a stable connection. The technology that they have been developing will allow you to zoom in on particular parts of the feed within the movie. The stream will then be automatically cropped from the far-away server. This will allow you to take a look at only the parts of the video that you would like to see, instead of having to watching the entire screen. The best part is that even the cropped images will be delivered in HD despite the fact that they will be full screen.


    Even if you do not have an HD screen on your phone, you shouldn’t notice much reduction in quality as you zoom in on the video. The company developed the feature for users and companies alike. The upside for companies is that you will have much less data moving back and fourth because the user is only loading a portion of the video instead of the whole thing, and the user gets to see exactly what they want on the screen.



    A video of the technology made its way to the web today and has attracted a lot of attention from various tech websites. It will be interesting to see if other companies become interested in a similar technology. As the streaming of movies over smart devices becomes more regular, features such as this, or any other cost cutting feature will be highly desired by mobile companies looking to cut back on their spending. Although these companies will incur a slight server side cost, in the end it should help them to save money.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones such as Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Blackberry Curve 9300 unlocked,  HTC Desire  etc…




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  • Orbitz Now on Android
    Posted on November 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    According to a leading unlocked cell phone mobile blog, you can now find Orbitz in your application store on iOS or Android.  They are the first online travel agency to release this type of application on any type of form which is huge news.  Many people have hoped for this to happen eventually and it finally did.  The possibilities are endless now.


    If you are bored somewhere with access to the Internet, then you can look up flights for a certain trip that you are planning to take in the future.  Along with this, you can also book the flights while you are at it.  You can make sure that you get the cheapest flight and the soonest one out because Orbitz categorizes these.  Also, you can go ahead and get some type of rental car bought for whenever you get out of the airport.  This will take a huge load off of your back because normally, you would have to search all over the Internet to find some type of rental car for your trip.  Finally, you will also be able to book your hotel for the trip.  Like your flight and rental car, you will be able to browse hotels by location, price, and how good the hotel is.  By using Orbitz, you are pretty much guaranteed to have a great trip, while at the same time saving a ton of money – money that you would probably have blown if you did not use Orbitz.



    Now of course you can also use Orbitz online, but if you do not have access to a computer, then it comes with great convenience to have this on your phone.  If you are stuck in a traffic jam on the way to the airport, then you will be able to receive updates on your flight.  This should put most people at comfort knowing that they will be able to receive news updates even on the road.



    PureMobile carries a wide range of cell phone accessories and unlocked cell phones such as Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, Blackberry Curve 9300,  HTC Desire  etc…




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  • The T-Mobile company which has launched the Unlocked  Blackberry Curve ( 9300 ) which is better known as the Blackberry Curve has now been spotted in a new metallic purple color which appears much better on the surface from the earlier metal finish mobile phone body which it had earlier.




    The Blackberry curve adds to its popularity as it is really easy to use. In fact it is one of the easiest to use Blackberries which are in the market. This new color which we have seen along with its user friendly working makes this one a good buy. Although for one who may be looking for complex functionalities, they will be a tad bit disappointed. The photographs that we have received are of a purple ‘Kepler’ which is fresh out of the packaging.




    The memory for this mobile is supposed to be 256 MB. However from what we gather, it will not be carrying more than 128 MB which is somewhat disappointing. However you can install a SD card which you can use for your apps and music and videos that you might want to keep on your phone. There is provision for the platform for OS 6 as has been promoted before its release, but the version we have received contains OS 5. If you are looking for further features on this phone then you will be provided with 624 MHz processor and a 3.2 mega pixel camera. Furthermore there is of course the feature of Wi-Fi b/g/n which this phone is supposed to carry.



    This mobile phone is basically an upgraded version of the previously released Blackberry unlocked ( 8500 ) however with the OS 6 it will be a better draw. This smart phone is also available in a series of other colors which offer great combination which are suited for all purposes, be it business or the young buyer.




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