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  • Pantech will be releasing the worlds first 1.5 GHZ dual core phone for the masses. It is definitely something that a lot of people will be interested in and will qualify as perhaps the most powerful smart phone on the market. The company also announced that they have plans for an upcoming tablet in the works as well, which would compliment the release of the phone quite well, given that the power is more suited for a larger device.


    Pantech to Release Worlds First 1.5 GHz Dual Core Phone


    The company is based in Korea. At this point they do not have a large smart device presence in the Western countries, but they have been able to put together a good line of Android devices like Unlocked Motorola Atrix, Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, etc..that compliment other devices well. It looks as though their phone will have the Qualcomm MSM8660 Snapdragon chip, which has been highly touted when used with other devices. It will also come with a gigabyte of RAM and the Adreno 220 GPU.


     


    The display of the device will be 800 x 480 WVGA resolutions along with an eight mega pixel camera and a 1650 MAh battery. The phone only weighs 120 grams which is surprising given all that the phone comes with. Also, Pantech has announced that they will be getting into the tablet industry when they release a companion tablet for their high powered device.


    Pantech to Release Worlds First 1.5 GHz Dual Core Phone


    The company did not announce when they would be releasing the devices or provide any insight into when consumers can expect to find them on the shelves. If they are official confirming the device it will probably not be all that long of a wait, of course they could just be attempting to build anticipation for the highly powered device. When it is released, it will easily be the most high powered phone on the market, hopefully the price will be reasonable.


     


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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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  • Acer beTouch E140 Will Run Froyo
    Posted on November 30, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The Acer beTouch is a  phone that has garnered a lot of attention from a number of different websites in recent days. Although the phone does not boast the most high-powered features in the smart phone industry, it’s low price and simplicity of its features have made the device highly attractive to users who want all the functionality of a smart device without having to deal with the high prices, large size of the phones and complicated features.



    The Acer beTouch will feature a 600 MHz processor that is capable of running most of the apps that will be available for the phone through the Android store. It will also feature a 2.8 inch QVGA touchscreen, which is much smaller than most android smart phones, along with a 3.2 megapixel camera, Bluetooth 2.1 capabilities, Wifi enabled and HSDPA connections.


    This unlocked cell phone will reportedly start at just $264, significantly cheaper than most other smart phones. The Acer beTouch is a phone that is ideal for individuals who are just making the leap into smart devices, or for individuals that are looking for a smaller device. The phone was purposely designed for individuals on a budget who simply can not live without a smart device.


    aThere have been no announcements as to whether or not the phone will be available in United States. Most reports have stated that the phone is nearing completion and is nearly ready for a release in the United States, so much so that experts have predicted that Acer could make an announcement regarding the release date of the phone over the course of the next few days. the Acer beTouch E130 was shown off at Computex 2010, where it was announced that the phone will run on the Android Froyo platform. It will be interesting to see how well the phone is received by the budgeting segment of the smart device market.


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  • Swype Makes Texting Easier
    Posted on November 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    In today’s generation, texting is a must to fit in.  Everyone is doing it; if you are walking on your college campus, you will see students heads looking down tapping their buttons at a fast pace.  Most see this as a sad thing, but it is really the best way to keep in touch with your friends these days.  Plus, most people see it as being a lot more convenient than calling someone.  I’ll stop beating around the bush and get to the point.  The Swype keyboard for Android phone such as Unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10, LG Eve,  makes texting even easier.



    Here are some of the advantages of having the swipe keyboard.  The first advantage is that you can tell the phone what to type.  Yes, it really is that easy.  Instead of having to type out some long paragraph about what happened in your day, you can just talk to it and it will automatically type what you put.  This has been reported to not always be accurate, and you will have to speak really clearly.  For the most part, it is pretty accurate though. To do this, you will also need to have Google Voice Search installed onto your phone.  Another great feature about this phone is if you want to check for spelling errors, then you can just double tap on the screen, and it will find any errors that you made.  This certainly makes it easier than having to scroll all the way back to the beginning of your text to fix any errors.  Not only that, but you will not have to delete any of your letters and make the corrections.  It does it automatically.


    As you can see, Swype has tons of advantages.  You can definitely see why it has gotten all of the hype, and you should consider getting it.  It only makes texting easier.


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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.



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  • The CEO and founder of Forrester research, George Colony recent said in a blog post that he thought that the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, was a “one trick pony” and that he thought that he was overrated in Silicon Valley. Colony claimed that the statement was made because Zuckerberg has been unwilling to change Facebook’s looks and functionality throughout the its history. It is true that Zuckerberg has been reluctant to make huge, sweeping changes in his interface, but with good reason; every time Facebook changes its layout and functionality a large portion of the user base complains about the changes through their status updates.


    Throughout his blog post, Colony continues to take shots at Zuckerberg, claiming that he has the “raw material to be a great CEO,” but went on to say that Zuckerberg must first demonstrate that he can turn Facebook into the revenue generating machine that many feel that it should be. Facebook did not post a profitable quarter until several years after it was created, after the site implemented its current advertising system.


    Colony seems to think that Zuckerberg should be willing to go out on a limb with his 500 million person user base and explore different ways of monetizing the site. Of course, this can be tricky, as we saw with MySpace where ads and functionality issues seemingly ran many of the users off of the site. Colony might be jumping the gun a bit with this blog post. Other revered CEO’s, such as Steve Jobs, had over a decade to prove how worthy they were to their companies and went on to develop some of the most game-changing ideas in the technology space.


    It is strange that Colony would choose to criticize Zuckerberg so publicly, and seemingly toot his own horn. What is the point that Colony was attempting to make, and does he expect it to be well received by the younger generation in the tech community?


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  • Apple vs Nokia – Pre-trial Hearing
    Posted on November 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Many people expect it to be a long time before the many arguments between Apple iphone4 unlocked and Nokia over intellectual property ever get fully solved.  However, Espoo got an early ally in the form of the US International Trade Commission.  They said that early in this trial that “the evidence will not establish a violation” on Nokia’s part.  The USITC also went on to say that portions of some patients were invalid and others were really not infringed at all.  Several people know that the judge in this case between Apple and Nokia will most likely not make the decision on this case for another few months.  Most figure that it will probably not be decided until February or even later than that.  The judge also is not obligated for obvious reasons to take the US International Trade Commission’s side of the story.



    Also, the USITC comments were only directed at four of the several patents that Apple has against Nokia in a variety of cases.  Not only does Apple have beef against Nokia, but they are also wielding charges against HTC and Motorola.  Pretty rough, right?  If this is true that the USITC only is taking the side of Nokia on four of the patents, and there are actually a lot more than four patents against Nokia, then we can assume that this case will run on for a very long time.  As mentioned above, many people expected that this case would already run on for a long time; February was the estimation, but with there being so many different patents against Nokia, I guess we will never really know.  This could drag on for a lot longer than February in my opinion; it all depends on how long they want this to last.  We will keep you updated on the situation.


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  • Google's popular Google Maps service is under fire.  While many appreciate the service because they can view actual images of areas they are traveling to, the Street View cars are said to have come across very sensitive personal data that if used, could leave the population at risk.  These Google Maps applications are available for use on all Google Android phones.  While some believe this security breach should be charged with hefty fines for unlawful acts, the Federal Trade Commission feels differently.  After Google admitted they did accidentally steal passwords, emails and personal information of Google Android unlocked cell phones users, the FTC chose to drop the matter and not to issue any exorbitant fines.




    The stolen data Google came across has been investigated by the FTC.  Earlier in the week, Google did confirm that their Street View cars used to capture images for their popular Google Maps service did come across passwords and sensitive information.  This public breach of security was completely unintentional and after a serious investigation, the FTC did not find reason to fine Google for this unintentional and unlawful act.  Google has made promises to the FTC that all data that was inadvertently stolen will be destroyed and will not be used in any way.  Because Google has made written assurances, they will not use the sensitive data now or in the future; the FTC has closed the investigation.



    With the commitments made to the FTC, Google is said to have dodged a bullet that could have significantly affected their earnings for 2010.  While the Street View car debacle was completely by accident, some consumers are still concerned their information may be at risk.  With the inquiry being closed, consumers can rest assured that all sensitive data obtained will be safe and they have nothing to worry about.


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