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  • Cricket Wireless is one of the smaller cellular networks out there and has long been criticized for their lack of quality phones. Now it appears as if those critics might be forced to take notice of Cricket wireless and their very affordable mobile phone plans. Cricket’s 2010 device lineup has been leaked and there appear to be some very nice, quality phones that are set to hit the market for this wireless network. Here are a few of the highlights that you can expect to be available in the coming months.

    • Kyocera/Sanyo ZIO (M6000)
    o Target July 2010
    o MSRP $299.99
    o Android-powered touchscreen handset with 3.5 inch WVGA TFT display, Wi-Fi, 3.2 MP camera with video
    • RIM BlackBerry Curve (8530)
    o Target August 2010
    o MSRP $349.99
    o BlackBerry handset with WiFi, 2MP camera with video, QWERTY keyboard, EV-DO, A2DP
    • Samsung r710
    o Target Q4 2010
    o MSRP $249.99
    o Touchscreen feature phone with EV-DO, 3 inch 400×240 display, 3MP camera with video, full HTML browser, A2DP
    • Huawei MiFi (EC5808)
    o Target September 2010
    o MSRP TBD
    o EV-DO connectivity

    For a small but growing wireless carrier this is a pretty impressive lineup of phones to be adding to their network. Including in the list for 2010 are the BlackBerry Curve Unlocked Phone and Android powered Kyocera/Sanyo ZIO. With the addition of these two phones to their list of phones Cricket is offering the ability for their users to join in on the smartphone craze for a very affordable price. While the various data and text messages plans associated with these new smartphones have not been released they are expected to follow Cricket’s current pricing model and appeal to a wide range of mobile device consumers and provide a very cost effect alternative to the major cellular networks such as AT&T and Verizon.

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  • Android’s U.S. Market Share Soars
    Posted on March 25, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Looking at comScore’s January quarter cell phone manufacturer and platform market share statistics in the United States, we see some interesting trends.  Despite a sharp decrease in global sales, Motorola mobile devices surprisingly still maintains a 22.9% market share of American cell phone subscribers.  They saw a 1.2% decrease since October 2009, which is strange considering the release of the success of the Droid in recent months.  Considering Motorola’s lack of smart phone offerings, it tells you that the smart phone does not quite dominate the cell phone market as much as one might expect.  Samsung recently claimed to hold the number one spot in U.S. market share, but as with any claim, you need to take with a grain of salt and dig a little deeper.  When referring to total sales, and not current subscribers, this claim could be feasible, as there are still a huge number of legacy RAZR phones floating around and inflating these numbers.

    Motorola Cell Phones

    Looking at the other popular smart phone manufacturers and platforms, Blackberry, iPhone, and Android all saw gains this quarter, while Palm and Windows Mobile each saw large downturns.  Regarding the decreases, it seems as though most can be attributed to a large number of Palm OS and WinMO phone subscribers coming off their contracts.  At this point, at the tail end of two year contracts, those operating systems are antiquated at best.  It’s well known that WinMo is well past its expiration date, with most people who used Windows Mobile heading to the Droid, iPhone, or Blackberry.

    Blackberry and iPhone still dominate the smartphone landscape, but it seems like Droid is determined to steal some market share, as they’ve already gained 4.3% since it was released in November 2009.  It will be interesting to see if the Droid can continue to win over loyal iPhone and Blackberry users in the next quarter.

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  • The Blackberry Pearl Flip
    Posted on March 23, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The Blackberry Pearl 8220 up on first examination may look a little bit too big.  In fact, though, it is a lightweight, mobile phone device at 3.6 ounces.  It's overall size is 4”x2”x.07.  This folder type phone flips open on the rounded hinge.  It has the smooth curves, the elegant metal trim and the glossy finish.  On the left side, there is the 3.5 audio port and the microUSB data and charger port.  Right underneath the volume control buttons on the right side is the microSDHC memory card slot.

    The QVGA display is 240x320 pixels.  The keypad utilizes the 20 key SureType.  It also has the Pearl looking trackball that is recessed so it will not press into the display when the phone is closed.  It also is complete with a 2-megapixel camera so you can share them between all of your social medias.  You will be able to send them instantly through messaging or upload them directly to sites such as Facebook.  The phone supports GPRS, Edge and Wi-Fi.  The phone also has twin displays with the external enabling you to view status information as well as previewing e-mail and text messages.  This way, you do not have to worry about opening up the phone unless you want to.  It will also enable you to do voice dialing and has predictive text, buildings.

    BlackBerry Pearl™ Flip 8220 Rogers Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone

    The Blackberry Pearl 8200 unlocked cell phone has built in hands-free and works with Bluetooth version 2.0 with A2DP.  It will give you up to four hours of talk time and up to 336 hours of standby time.  It will use Blackberry maps and has the MP3 player.  It also has a spell check feature, and other business-related applications including the calculator.  It is an extremely sleek looking phone in addition to being quite reliable.  The other bonus is that it currently is on sale at PureMobile for $149.00.

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  • In a recent survey performed by Crowd Science ArsTecnica is reporting that 40% of BlackBerry users indicated they have plans to switch out their BlackBerry for an iPhone when their contracts are up.  Some other interesting facts that this survey dug up are:

    • 33% of iPhone owners and 16% of BlackBerry owners use their device exclusively for personal use, not work
    • 1% of iPhone owners and 7% of BlackBerry owners use their device exclusively for business purposes
    • 66% of iPhone owners and 77% of BlackBerry owners are using their device for both business and personal purposes

    While the 40% might not be all that accurate and is probably a little on the high side, the survey had a margin of error of +/- 10%, it is still an alarming number for BlackBerry to consider.  Even at 30% BlackBerry has to do some careful evaluation of their product to ensure some customer loyalty and not lose their entire customer base to the more personal use friendly iPhone and Droid devices.

    This survey should be an eye opener for BlackBerry and show that their consumers are looking for a device that they can use for both their personal and business needs.  By offer some more apps that cover the personal uses their consumers are looking for BlackBerry will certainly be making their current users much happier.

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  • PureMobile is currently offering a Blackberry Pearl Flip 8220 for $150 when you use the coupon promotion.

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  • Blackberry Presenter
    Posted on March 16, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The latest accessory to lighten the load of your mobile office is the Blackberry Presenter.  Available with a contract or as an unlocked cell phone this device is a wireless presentation tool.  Your bulky laptop can stay home and you can still deliver the one-two punch of a Microsoft Power Point presentation.

    The presenter is just about the same size as your Blackberry.  There are two ports to connect directly to your projector.  The ease of operation is surprising, with the touch of your menu button you can press the launch presenter application, find your file, and your Blackberry locates the Power Point presentation that you preloaded into your Blackberry.  You then press the present option on your phone, and the pairing wizard will link your Blackberry up to the presenter and projector you are using.  This is handy in case someone else is also doing a presentation in the same convention hall or meeting space.  When you verify the document and send, the file will transfer and you are ready to begin your presentation.

    BlackBerry ACC26975001 Presenter

    You can walk around while giving your presentation since the range on the wireless is 10 meters, or 30 feet with Bluetooth connection.  Freeze a frame in your presentation as you expand on the item you are speaking about is easy enough to do by holding down a button on your phone.  Your Blackberry can also hold speaker notes that you can see and the group you are addressing will not.  This hand-held accessory will make you look like a pro and give you the freedom and mobility to relax the group you are addressing thus making your presentation a hit.  You can set the presentation on loop and talk while the slide is operational or just leave the area if it is a convention stand-alone visual presentation.  Leave your laptop behind with a Blackberry Presenter setting up for a meeting just got easier.

    This post was posted in Accessories, Blackberry and was tagged with Blackberry Presenter, Blackberry Curve, Blackberry Bold, Blackberry

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  • Okay all you major league baseball fans, once again the ever popular At Bat application is available for download at the Apple app store.  You can purchase this app for the one-time charge of $14.99, and it is ready now so you will be able to keep up with all of your favorite baseball teams.  The application allows baseball fans to keep track of their home team, as well as other teams and how they are doing in the standings.  With opening day just around the corner you may want to think about getting this application now so you can keep up with all of the current news or in spring training and the exhibition games.

    This application let you catch all of the games that matter where you are.  You can either listen or watch the games on your unlocked iPhone, but just the careful if you are doing this to work!  This app is especially great for those that have moved away from their favorite teams and do not want to miss any of the games in their local market.  It also gives you the most up-to-date information about other games and scores as well as player information and statistics.  It will also give you highlights of games, as well as to be able to notify you based on your input.  This app has won the best multimedia app from MacWorld, and was named most valuable application of 2009 by Sports Illustrated.

    BlackBerry Accessories

    This year's version we even allow you to listen or watch to spring training and give you all the breaking news in regard to player trades and other major league baseball news.  It will take you all the way through the playoffs and World Series as well.  And for all of those that have Blackberry cell phones or android mobile devices, you will also be able to download the application as well.  Check out the At Bat 2010 at your app store, and do not miss one inning of your favorite team.

    This post was posted in Apple, Blackberry, General and was tagged with At Bat 2010, iPhone, Blackberry, Android

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  • The BlackBerry Curve 8520 Smartphone is a less expensive version of some of the higher end BlackBerry Smartphones on the market. Priced at approximately $50.00 less than the BlackBerry Curve 8900, the excellent BlackBerry technology is now available to more people; even those on a tight budget.

    If you have never owned a BlackBerry Smartphone, and are thinking about making the switch, then the BlackBerry Curve 8520 makes for a great starter model; it features many of the same qualities of the higher end phones, but does not cost so much that there is no going back in case you decide that it’s not for you. If it is a good match however, you will be familiar with the way a BlackBerry Smartphone works, and in time, you may decide to upgrade to the latest high-end model on the market.

    blackberry-8520The BlackBerry Curve 8520 Unlocked Smartphone is also the first of the line to feature the Trackpad. This new feature replaces the BlackBerry Trackball, which functioned as the on-screen navigator, much like a mouse on a computer. The Trackpad is a small screen that detects motion in order to navigate the screen, which means that physical obstructions on the Trackball will no longer hinder on-screen navigation.

    Additional features of the affordable BlackBerry Curve 8520 include the following:

    • Screen that features over 65,000 colors, at a resolution of 320x240.
    • Two mega pixel camera.
    • Full QWERTY keyboard, that fits well into the palm of the hand, facilitating quick typing and texting.
    • New dedicated media keys, allowing you to skip, pause, or repeat songs; plus special mute button to mute phone calls during listening.
    • Fully compatible with Mac computers
    • Downloadable BlackBerry App World

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  • Blackberry Pearl 9100, codenamed Striker or Stratus is a 3G phone and an updated version of BlackBerry Pearl 81xx Series Smartphone. It gets its styling from latest generation smartphones. The QWERTY setup has been reworked into SureType setup.

    The new Pearl features a newly designed battery. Lovers of small handsets are going to have a bash at it because it is so attractive that you cannot put it down once you pick it. The SureType keyboard seems less cramped than it used to be.


    It is going to pack 3G, Wifi, BlackBerry OS 5.0, the RIM optical trackball, and the mentioned keypad. However, we cannot find information regarding price and carrier, yet we can be sure that BlackBerry Pearl 9100 is surely in the pipeline.

    It is non-touchscreen smartphone. In addition, it will be a successor of BlackBerry Pearl 8100. The photos were recently out and BlackBerry enthusiasts were delighted to see the new design. The new smartphone comes with a new keypad and a slimmer design. The battery too is newly designed to fit in the slimmer profile of the soon-to-be successor.

    The images were made available recently through a website, courtesy Reach Internet Mobile (RIM). Apart from the basic features of a BlackBerry Pearl smartphone like, phone, camera, email, instant messaging, multimedia and organizer, the slimmer design and new keypad would be an attraction for the enthusiasts. The massively popular BlackBerry Pearl has been an instant hit earlier too.

    An innovative keypad technology, SureType gets rid of the limitations of traditional mobile phone keypads. It uses an integrated keyboard and software system. The polished black slim design of BlackBerry Pearl 9100 is in the news and more updates on it will surely trickle down from the top ups.

    It packs the slick exec looks of Bold 9700. For the time being let us keep our fingers crossed for the BlackBerry Pearl 9100.

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  • T-Mobile Launches BlackBerry Bold 9700
    Posted on November 17, 2009 by Pure Mobile

    T- Mobile has given the busy business executive a new tool. That tool puts a gadget equipped with cutting edge technology at the fingertips of any such top executive, or any business person on the move. That gadget is the BlackBerry Bold 9700.

    The person who invests in a BlackBerry Bold 9700 can feel confident that he or she will manage to keep up with the ongoing changes in the business world, even while forced to stay away from an office desk.  As long as the purchaser of this new gadget has access to BlackBerry data service, he or she can cease to worry about what might be happening, while filling the responsibilities that go with the enjoyment of a loving family.


    Those who long to handle one of the new Bold 9700 “tools” can choose between two different purchase plans. One plan, costing $199.99 is called the Even More plan. The person who pays for that plan must also agree to a two year contract. The second plan comes with no annual contract.

    However, the second plan is much pricier than the Even More plan. The reason for the price increase becomes evident in the name of the second plan: “Even More PLUS.” The absence of contract obligations represents an important part of that PLUS.

    Of course no plan has the ability to help the owner and user of a Blackberry deal with one important drawback to any hand held device. It becomes almost impossible to hide your attention to that device while you are taking part in a family oriented activity. Perhaps the next announcement targeting BlackBerry owners will offer information on a tool that one can use quietly and unobtrusively while associating with friends and family.

    Until the unveiling of such a device, the business world welcomes the Blackberry 9700.

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