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  • The Motorola Olympus will be announced next week at the CES 2011 show according to sources close the company. AT&T will be holding their first press conference about the gadget sometime next week. The handset has been highly anticipated since the first images of the mobile device made their way online just a few weeks ago. It is known for its excellent display, solid processing power and also provides amazing performance. The size of the touch screen is huge, and is much larger than many of the other similar phones in the same price range.



    The phone will reportedly be running on the new Android 2.3 Gingerbread software that has become so popular in recent months. No official confirmation has been made so far but it is believed that the phone will sport the newest version of the Android software. The size of the screen will be the main draw for most who are considering the purchase of the phone.



    It will be interesting to see if the Motorola Olympus is able to sell as well as the previous Android Motorola Unlocked Phones. A lot of hype has been built around the device since the first leaks regarding it made their way online a few months ago. At the time, it was said that the phone would be looking at a December or January release date, but it has become clear that the announcement will come this month and consumers can expect the release of the Olympus to come a bit later. There is still the chance that the phone could launch at the end of January, although most companies opt to launch their devices at least a month following the official announcement, which is slated to come at CES 2011, which should be a hot bed for new mobile announcements next week.


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  • Some users have worried aloud whether or not the Unlocked Sony Ericsson Aspen Windows Phone 7 marketplace will have enough apps available to satisfy the app-craving users of smart mobile devices. It now appears that this question has been answered, and the developer community is getting behind the Windows Phone 7 project. Today, the company announced that they already have more than 2,000 apps that will be available in the marketplace. Initial worries about developer support seem to have fallen by the wayside as the interest in developing applications for the platform has skyrocketed in recent months.


    The announcement came on The Windows Phone Developer Blog, a blog that is geared toward increasing interest in developing for the platform. News that the marketplace has already been populated with 2,000 apps is a big sign that the marketplace will continue to grow quickly as developers attempt to expand the number of platforms that their apps are available on.


    The 2,000 mark is double what the company was hoping to have secured at this point. The Marketplace is currently open for developers to submit applications to. Currently there are a total of 13,000 registered developers for Windows Phone 7, which first launched on Monday. Users that have already purchased their Windows Phone 7 devices should be elated to hear this news because it means that they can expect more apps to be rapidly added to the marketplace in the coming weeks as Microsoft attempts to sift through the submissions.


    Success of the Windows Phone 7 platform will depend heavily on the ability of the company to garner interest in developing for it, and this announcement seems to suggest that Microsoft has been doing a good job of that. It will be interesting to watch the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace grow in the coming months as more devices are released for the platform.


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  • Twitter For Android Updated
    Posted on November 5, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Not only did Facebook for Android get updated, but Twitter also got a very important update as well.  Not a whole lot of new features were added, but there were some noticeable ones that people will definitely take a liking to.  One thing that they did that people will definitely appreciate is the speed increase.  In today’s society, people want things fast and they want things now.  With slow loading times, people get tired and stop using that particular application.  With the speed increase, more people will be happy and spend more time tweeting on their phone.
    Arguably the biggest addition is the pull-to-refresh, which the unlocked iPhone4 client has actually had for a while.  This is an option bar that is revealed by swiping on a tweet.  There are also some new, fresh quoting options for retweets.  Along with that, all avatar photos are now high resolution, so you can see them as clearly on your phone as you can at home on your computer.  The testers that have tried it out all have had great results and came away extremely happy with the updates.  The testers were most happy with the increased loading speed that was mentioned above.  Unlike older versions of twitter, the avatars will not load right away with the page; they will be a bit slower, but that is to be expected since they are going to be a higher resolution.  They will definitely be worth the wait; you can trust me on that.  The upgraded, as expected, will be free, so there is really no reason not to upgrade.  You will definitely be happy with the upgrade with these featured, even though there was not a whole lot of new ones added.  Increased loading time means more productivity!
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  • The number of Apps available for Googles Android is expected to reach 140,000 within the next couple of weeks as the market place becomes increasingly competitive. While still lagging behind the number of apps available for the unlocked iPhone4 by an estimated hundred thousand Android is increasingly becoming a respectable alternative for those attracted by the variety of third-party software available for the iPhone.


    However when comparing the two markets the quality of Android apps are often brought into question. This is because unlike Apple, who review and check every App that they allow to be sold or downloaded, Android apps are subject to very little quality control. This means that many apps are malicious or in some cases just useless.


    An example of malicious software is the recent news in the headlines that many third-party apps were transmitting users GPS location and phone number to advertising servers which many people have seen as a severe breach of privacy.


    However this isn't always the case. One successful and safe Android app is the Geolocation based Foursquare which has just released version 2.0 to Unlocked Motorola Milestone Android users. Foursquare utilises the GPS function on phones to allow users to 'check in' to physical locations so they can show friends where they have been.


    As this shows, the Android app market still has a lot to offer but users may have to be more aware and perhaps tech savy if they are to avoid installing malicious content. It is worth noting however that Google dismiss this criticism citing that “Not only must each Android app get users' permission to access sensitive information, but developers must also go through billing background checks to confirm their real identities, and we will disable any apps that are found to be malicious.”




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  • The Unlocked iPhone4 exclusively was marketed by AT&T for time immemorial(a little over three years in the mobile world) in US, but that is short lived, in the wake of the rumor of a iPhone launch by Verizon  in few years. If/When the Verizon iPhone is really launched; Big Red can cause a big setback to AT&T by help of their self proclaimed superior wireless network. A new study reveals that a large part of the existing users of iPhone on AT&T are keen on replacing them with an alternative Apple Smartphone carrier.



    The numbers, though not that surprising, are very significant. According to the study from Morpace, 1 out of 3 AT&T iPhone users are considering changing loyalties to handsets on another carrier. A solid 34% want to jump ship, and 47% of the current users are ready to consider a Verizon alternative of their handset of choice. This is not at all good for the carriers’ bottom line when Apple will start reaching out for its iOS-powered Smartphone to the various other carrier partners.


    The survey also categorizes the customer intent by carrier.20% of T-Mobile customers are “somewhat” or “very likely” to opt for an Apple Smartphone on Verizon. The same thing applies for 22% and 23% customers of Sprint and AT&T respectively. But surprisingly, 51% of Verizon customers are waiting for a handset powered by iOS which is certainly the icing on the cake.



    Even more fascinating is the possible impact an iPhone on Verizon will have on the other Smart phones offered by Big Red. At present, the majority of most compelling Android Smart phones are claimed by Verizon in US. A lot of their resources are invested into marketing Android phones like Unlocked Motorola Droid X and Motorola Droid 2. Considering the arch rivalry between Android and iOS in the mobile space, it is worth wondering how newcomer Apple will overcome Android, especially if it is more powerful than AT&T’s iPhone 4.




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  • Good news for Droid X users as Verizon and Motorola are assumably planning to enable Android 2.2 Froyo OS on the new smartphones in a month. For the Unlocked  Motorola Milestone Android phone user, you are expected to get the official Froyo update soon enough. Thanks to a leak in one of their support forums, we now know that Droid X will be updated to Android 2.2 by September.



    Here’s the story. All of a sudden a Motorola support forum addressing issues regarding Exchange 2003 on Droid X leaked that it’s hinting at a more concrete update for Froyo. This should get all those Droid X users out there, really charged up.


    An issue faced by Droid X users using Exchange 2003 email is that they are receiving mails but the notifications are not present. With the upgrade to Android 2.2 in early September, this snag should be fixed.


    No indication is available as of now regarding when Verizon will make the update to Android 2.2 available to its DX user through an OTA update, but it can surely be said that it’s going to happen within four weeks or so. But there is a slight possibility that this might turn out to be a hoax.


    The update will make your Unlocked Droid (X) get along with the JIT compiler which will speed up the overall performance, this will allow a V8 JavaScript engine to reach web browsing speeds like Google Chrome-like on your smartphone. It will also be able to use the support of Adobe Flash 10.1, and automatically update your Android apps.



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  • Now here’s some news for the Facebook addicts. Unlocked Motorola Milestone Android phones have finally got a platform on which users can successfully run all the Facebook applications. The man behind this creation is Eric Tseng. According to him people would avoid Android phones since its functionality was limited. With Facebook application installed the Androids are sure to get an upper hand in the market and the might just tiff off iPhone applications also!


    The new version 1.3 can easily be downloaded from the Internet. Most noticeable thing about the Facebook application when you run it on your Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia x10 Android phone is the Homepage. Browsing media files is definitely a lot easier with it.


    Only drawback is that sometimes the resolution is not clear (even on EVO 4G’s screen) and images and videos are not very distinguishable. So the poor image clarity makes it a time taking procedure since the user isn’t sure whether it’s a photo updated by a friend or some random video. There are some additional features also. Like notifications appear in the form of a taskbar at the bottom of the screen. Users can check their notifications by simply clicking on the task bar anytime they want to do so. Keeping the bar in the background users can update their statuses and perform searches.


    Responding to friend requests is also easier. Without opening one’s mobile website, friend requests can be accepted or declined. “Picture Timeline” is a new era altogether. Users can browse through their friend’s photos with the help of this application. One important application, which fails to in the new Facebook application for Androids, is the Facebook chat. Absence of this particular feature makes the application almost at par with Facebook applications available on other Smartphones. Though Android developers promise to eliminate this shortcoming in their next version.




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  • When the new broadcasters broke off into being their usual dramatic selves and informed us with the breaking news that the T mobile GarminPhone hasn’t been doing well in the market, no one was shocked. It was as if it was expected to flunk, plummet in the market. It’s become transparent that no one wants a relatively limited GPS centric handset, even if it might be running on the Android technology.



    On your TV screens, in advertisements or on the paper the GarminPhone will sweep you off your feet with its sleek snazzy looks.  But the features that they offer are quite modest to say the least. The model sports a 3.5-inch capacitive touch screen, 3-megapixel camera with no flash, 3G, Wi-Fi and a microSD slot. These features are all there and much better in the other smartphones such as the Motorola Milestone so this GarminPhone doesn’t really offer anything new or groundbreaking.



    But it does provide with a sleek new feature, which enables its users to give away their own navigational device and rely on the GarminPhone navigational facilities.  Before its release there was a lot of talk about the classy navigational features and a lot of din was made by the retail shopkeepers, but since its launch not a very many shops have shown a lot of interest in marketing the product realizing that navigational technology installment inside a smartphone didn’t make it a cut above the rest.



    The main reasons why the GarminPhone couldn’t bite into the market were because people were already using the Android 2.0 ( Google Nexus One Unlocked ) technology, which allowed for Google navigation which is a free turn by turn navigational facility. Though the disadvantage of Google is that it doesn’t work without cell connectivity but most users are comfortable with it and it would take a lot more work from the GarminPhone makers to get themselves some share of customers.




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  • Although we are not completely certain about it, it has been rumored that the Unlocked  Motorola  Milestone ( Droid 2 ) will be powered by a 1GHz processor. Well, this is not all, as apart from this Verizon Motorola Droid 2 mobile, even the Motorola Droid X will be fitted with a 1GHz processor.  So if you have the Motorola Droid X and were envious of your friends running applications super smooth on their HTC 4G, you now get to show off the same.



    Earlier pictures released of this mobile stated that it would have a Texas Instruments (TI) OMAP processor, however, we have come to know that it will not be an OMAP processor but a Snapdragon processor. And not just any processor, a 1GHz processor, the very same one that powers the EVO. Although it is a little strange that this published tweet on Twitter was immediately deleted, we still managed to get all the required specifications. While the tweet suggests there will be a powerful processor for the Motorola Droid X and Droid 2, since the post was deleted, there are chances that Motorola might back down and go ahead with the initial TI OMAP processor.


    Although nothing has yet been officially confirmed, Droid-Life sources state that the tweet was legitimate and both mobile devices will now support the 1GHz processor by Snapdragon.  But, again, this has not been officially confirmed. According to the tweet the Droid X designate #10 has escaped, which is a bit difficult to understand, especially if you do not know how to follow tweets.


    So far, all we know about the Motorola Droid X is that it will have an astounding 8 MP camera, HDMI out and an amazing large display screen of 4.3 inches. If it also manages to get the Snapdragon processor, you can be certain this would be the mobile users would want to get their hands on.



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  • Announcements made today state that the Unlocked Motorola Milestone is going to be sold by Cellular South. Although nothing has been officially confirmed in regards to the pricing options and the availability of the piece, it has been though that plans of Cellular South will start from $60 per month for features such as unlimited text and talk time along with web data transfer services. As quoted by the Cellular South website, “We are very pleased to announce the unveiling of the Motorola Milestone. Running Google’s Android software, users are guaranteed of having all the right functionalities and features they might require on the go.”



    With the launching of the Motorola Milestone, Cellular South has been able to advance itself more into the American telecom sector. If you do plan on taking the Motorola Milestone, you are definitely not going to be disappointed as you will be using a smartphone that has the thinnest QWERT keyboard in the world and the largest high resolution screen built for the Android. You can use this 3.7 inch display for 3D wallpapers and for playing high definition videos. The Android operating system has been updated to version 2.1 and features GPS as well as voice recognition. A variety of web services such as Google Talk™, Google Maps™, Gmail™, and YouTube™ have also been integrated. The CPU ARM Cortex A8 600 MHz, PowerVR SGX530 graphics allow users accessibility over a wide range of features.


    Users even have easy access to the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Unlocked  Android Marketplace where there are thousands of applications to choose from. While there has not been any official release date set for the Milestone, we shall keep you posted should there be further developments in this story. The Motorola Milestone is just one of the Android smartphones that is to be released, so stay with us for all the latest Cellular South Android



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