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  • Hulu is a company that has aggressively expanded the number of options that they make available to their users that have aggressively expanded the number of payment options that they make available to their users. Now the company is considering making an ad free options available to their users in addition to the standard and plus plans that they currently have available. The company announced today that they were considering a third subscription option that would allow for users to utilize the service without having to deal with the advertisements that are normally associated with streaming their movies and television content. Their regular Hulu service allows for them to stream their movie and television content without first having to pay for anything. During the same amount of time they have been able to put together a plus plan, titled Hulu Plus that allows for users to pay for the ability to stream a larger amount of content that is only made available to those that are willing to pay. It is currently clear that Hulu has continued to update their system to make it as user-friendly as possible and to put together as good of a selection of content as they possibly can.


    Hulu Considers Ad-Free Option Along with Current Plans


    A representative for Hulu said today that they were looking to get rid of the ad supported section of their system for some users that were willing to pay a higher price amount to stream the content. A representative for the company made the announcement on the official twitter account of the company. It will be interesting to see how quickly they are able to launch the new service, after watching the Hulu Plus service which is currently at the price point of $7.99.it will be interesting to see how popular the ad free subscription service is amongst the users that currently use the service.


     


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  • Spotify Launches in US Next Week
    Posted on July 12, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    Spotify is a popular streaming music service that has continued to grow in popularity throughout Europe over the course of the last few months. Now, the company is planning to launch their service in the United States as early as next week. The company announced at an earlier time that they were looking to expand their service to the United States, but gave no indication of when this change might occur. The company has been gaining popularity in Europe, throughout several different countries over the course of the last few years and has grown into the largest streaming music service abroad. Now, with other large companies including Apple’s unlocked iphone 4, Google, and Amazon launching cloud-based music services, it looks to be the perfect time for Spotify expand to the United States.


    Spotify Launches in US Next Week


    As a start up in Stockholm, Spotify was able to quickly grow their user base by promoting the streaming service to young kids in high schools and kids in college. As of right now, Spotify already has deals linked with three of the four major US record labels, which means that they should be able to release with a solid catalog of music that will keep new user streaming in. This will allow for users to create playlists from their favorite artists, without charge, using a free model that utilizes ad supported content.


     


    Spotify Launches in US Next WeekIt is assumed that Spotify will also offer an option that will allow users to pay a small monthly in order to be able to stream their music catalog without the use of apps. It will be interesting to see if Spotify finds the same success in America that they have found overseas countries. The company has not yet revealed their pricing structure for users in the US market, a expected to be comparable to other companies that have released the pricing structure or their streaming cloud-based music services.


     


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  • Have you ever wished that you could send an mp3 to someone that you were talking to without having to hook up your devices to one another? The AirPlay to AppleTV support was a similar feature that was recently added to the Android media player. Now, you will be able to send your mp3 from one phone to another without having to connect them, straight through NFC technology. The video that was released also offers a few details that will give you a better idea of how the technology will work. The update first went live in the Android Market throughout the night. You will be able to send the mp3 to someone that is on a unlocked Samsung Nexus S Google, Galaxy S II and hopefully soon other devices.


    In order to use the software you will have to have two different Android phones that also have the NFC technology. The file sharing features work over the WiFi or Bluetooth connection strings, and will continually be updated by DoubleTwist.


    This is exciting because it is the first of many ways that we will see this technology to be used in the future. The ability to wirelessly send files from one device to another will be hugely popular in the near future. As of right now, only a few devices actually have the NFC technology to make it possible, but you can bet that as more devices are added to lineups with this technology that there will be more and more uses for wirelessly sending files back and fourth.


    Several companies have announced new phones that have NFC technology to be released in the near future, so it appears that the trend will continue to grow moving forward as well. Sharing music is just the very beginning, but you can bet that all sorts of files will be shared moving forward into the future.


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  • US Cellular has plans to launch a brand new 4G LTE network for unlocked cell phone users by the time the holiday season rolls around this year and will likely offer a number of new devices for their brand new network just in time for Christmas. With other companies moving quickly to roll out more powerful solutions, it appears that US Cellular does not to loose ground and will be rolling out more highly powered networks of their own to draw in more users.



    Their plans were outlined and announced today. The first regions that receive the new network will be around sometime during the holiday season, with other plans stating that they would like to extend their new network across the nation. At first, only a few select cities will be receiving the upgrade. These cities could include Milwaukee, Madison and Des Moines, according to the announcement that was made today. Their initial roll out is said to cover around 25% of the US, with future updates to the network expanding their reach.


     


    In order to use the new LTE network, you will of course need to own a device that is compatible with the LTE network. As of right now, the company is not currently offering compatible phones, but you can bet that they will find a way to release some before the network is even close to being launched, although there have been no announcements about that thus far.


     


    US Cellular is aggressively expanding their capabilities after the competition has also done so in recent months. Look for them to quickly roll out new areas after their initial run is tested and they have a better idea of what to expect. The roll out is expected in mid to late fourth quarter of 2011.


     


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  • Research In Motion is a company that has heavily targeted the business use of their phones throughout their history, but in recent times has realized that they also need to provide personal use features if they wish to stay competitive in the constantly shifting mobile market. They have continued to lose market share to android devices and have been looking for new ways to expand their features to target more users.


    With the announcement of their new “Work Life Balance” technology, the company will be looking for new ways to put together a winning combination, which they hope will be what the Work Life balance provides. The phone marker announced that they would be releasing features that would allow for users to separate work and personal life contacts and data to be separated from one another for more easily access. The new software looks to benefit both the users of unlocked BlackBerry cell phones as well as the companies who use their technology as well.


    This announcement shows that they are taking the criticism and feedback from their users safely. Separating the personal and business content has always been something troubling for many users and the hope is that this software, whether in its first or second iteration will be able to provide users with enough features to help them more easily access their data and determine which data is work related and which is not. This is something that many users will find to be beneficial in the long run, and will provide a secure and cost effective way for employees to remain in touch with their personal contacts, but also will limit the loss of productivity as a result. Hopefully the Work and Life balance software will be something that employers find to be useful for their business applications.


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  • AT&T HTC Inspire 4G Not Really 4G
    Posted on February 24, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The AT&T Unlocked HTC (Inspire 4G) name would suggest that the phone was compatible with 4G networks. This is not always the case, as we have learned from several previous device launches. The phone does not feature full 4 G HSPA+ compatibility as provided by the AT&T network. AT&T went ahead and announced at the Consumer Electronics Show that their network had been upgraded in the same way that T-Mobile made their announcement at the same show - by surprise.


    Now it appears that the phone is not even as fast as some of the 3G phones on the network. Tests have shown that downloads are slowed, uploads are excruciatingly slow, and overall the device seems to run much more slowly than you would think that it would.


    So now it appears that carriers are just placing the “4G” sticker on smart devices without even offering the full compatibility. This is not something that will make most consumers happy, and they should have guessed that it would be discovered at some point. Now it has to make you wonder if future phones with the 4G title will have similar issues with the company’s network. Perhaps the company disabled the 4G ability in the firmware.


    AT&T has yet to comment on the reports about the phone not accessing the 4G network in the same way that was promised by the company during the Consumer Electronics Show. With their announcement of their upgraded network you would have thought that new phones with the “4G” label would be able to access the network, but that does not seem to be the case here. It will be interesting to see how they comment on the story over the course of the next few days, or if they let the reports fall by the wayside and ignore them.


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