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  • There has been a lot of talk as of late about Nokia potentially being acquired by Microsoft. The rumors have stated that because of a recent deal between Nokia and Microsoft that will bring several devices to Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform such as unlocked Dell venue pro, LG C900, etc.. that we can soon here expect to see the companies perhaps merging, which would fall in line with what Microsoft is trying to do. A number of moves that Nokia has made in recent months seemed to support that fact, but taking a closer look we can now see that it doesn’t exactly look like the rumors are true, although you can never really trust what a CEO says in regards to huge rumors such as this one because would they really want to tell you the truth anyway?


     


    The CEO of Nokia, Stephen Elop said on Wednesday that the reports that the company had agreed to sell the cell phone part of their business to Microsoft for $19 billion is not true. There were a number of well known media outlets that reported the rumor, which has been vehemently denied by the company. The news first came from industry insider Eldar Murtazin, who seems to be behind all of the biggest rumors - some of which have turned out to be true.



    “There’s no basis for them,” said the CEO Elop when he was asked about the rumors. It was clear that he was looking to clear the air. While he claims that the rumors are not true that may just simply mean that a deal has not been done at this time. It will definitely be interesting to see if anything about this comes out in the near future, but as of right now it looks like there is no real deal in the works. He went on to say that Nokia has never even discussed a potential acquisition and said that he does not understand where the rumors were coming from.




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  • It looks as though Hewlett Packard is quite serious about using WebOS in their PC’s. The company has long been rumored to be condiering adding that functionality to their PC’s, but the announcement was made by the CEO, Leo Apotheker that all HP personal computers will start working with both Web OS as well as Microsoft Windows starting next year. The company said that they were trying to find a reason for developers to have incentive to developer new apps for the platform, which is used on many HP unlocked cell phones and printers.



    Right now, the software sector is digging a 2 percent hole in their finances, which is slowing the company down in their investments. It will be interesting to see if this move convinces more people to create software for webOS now that it will be included on personal computers.



    This does not mean that HP personal computers will not have the ability to use Windows 7. In fact, the software will still come loaded on the machine, but will not be the only option available. Apparently, the company is looking to make their WebOs just as available as the windows installation and allow users to switch from one to the other. It certainly is a bit of an interesting strategy and is not one that we have seen employed by really any companies that are taking part in the Mobile revolution. Look for WebOs to gain some popularity from this move, but who knows if it is really enough to help the company deal with not having any development companies that are interested in developing software for their platform.


     


    PureMobile carries wide range of cell phone accessories and unlocked cell phone such as unlocked Acer Liquid Metal, Dell Venue Pro, etc..




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  • Dell Venue Pro Reveal - Bulky, But Solid
    Posted on February 18, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The Dell Venue Pro unlocked is a phone that has been highly anticipated since it was first announced, and is easily one of the bigger high powered smart devices on the market. The display is AMOLED, has a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels and has a physical screen size of 4.10 inches, which should be more than enough to work with. Along with the touch screen technology, there is also a slide out keyboard that is one of the better QWERTY keyboards that have been offered with a top tier smart phone in recent memory.


    The processor is a Snapdragon 1000 MHz phone that features 512 MB of RAM and runs on the smooth Windows Phone 7 Operating System. The new operating system is unbelievably smooth, but does lack some of the key features (including multi-tasking) that have been available for other operating systems for quite some time.



    The phone weighs more than 180 grams, which makes it a lot heavier than both the iPhone 4 unlocked and Nexus S, which are each at least 40 grams lighter. This is a bit of a gift and a curse in regards to the Dell Venue Pro. While the extra weight might be annoying to some users, the fact of the matter is that the phone is sturdier as a result and will likely be able to solve some fairly moderate falls that might claim the lives of other high powered mobile devices.


    The power button on the phone is sort of awkwardly placed, which is a minor issue that you should be able to easily look past and only focus on the positives of the Dell Venue Pro, which overall is one of the most solid smart phones that the company has offered throughout their history. The Unlocked Dell Venue Pro is a great device that should serve as the standard for future Dell releases.




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