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  • Have you ever worried about falling asleep while you are driving? What if you could have an app on your unlocked iphone 4 that would help you to stay awake even when you are on a long road trip and are having trouble staying awake with the heater blaring at you?


    A new app called the Anti-sleep Pilot app will help you to stay awake. The app is built to help you out when you might be tiring on the road. When you first start up the app, you give the app a number of details about you to give it a good idea of when it needs to start working. The app will also take the time of the day into account straight from your iPhone 4 unlocked clock. Some of the questions will deal with your work hours and when you expect to fall asleep at night.



    The app tries to judge exactly how alert you are and tries to judge when you should probably pull over and sleep it off for a little bit. Unfortunately, the app costs twenty dollars, which seems a bit high given what other apps are out there for much lower prices. In today’s day and age, nearly everyone thinks that they are the best drivers on the road so this app may not take off like the company had hoped it would, but nonetheless it is a very interesting idea and could help out individuals that have long commutes.


    It will be tough to convince individuals to make the purchase at this high price tag but for those that truly need it, it might just have the perfect price point for making sure that you do not fall asleep behind the wheel. Expect to see some copy cat apps coming out in the future for a lower price point since most publications have pointed to the price as the largest drawback for a potentially very solid app.




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  • Microsoft knows that spam is a serious problem for those that use their Hotmail inboxes through unlocked cell phone. So far, Hotmail users have been able to add a plus sign to their usernames (john.doe+workinfo@hotmail.com) to allow them to better manage their mailbox and help to make the sender identification a bit easier on them in the long run. Microsoft said that the problem with that technique is that it made it fairly easy for spammers to figure out the actual email address that you use, and are looking for a way to keep this from happening.


    Email privacy is something that has been out the window for a number of years. It is fairly easy to find nearly anyone’s email online using things like Facebook and other social networking accounts where your email address is listed.


    In order to combat this, Hotmail will be allowing users to create aliases for their email. This will mean that you will not actually have to give out your actual email address at all times. This is great for stopping certain companies from sharing your information with one another.


    I think most of us can relate to having an inbox go from pristine to spam out of commission in just a few short months after giving out your address to the wrong people. The aliases will allow you to send certain emails straight to the spam box. So, if you are signing up for a service and want to check out the user interface, just give them your alias email, check the confirmation in your spam inbox and then never have to deal with the hordes of emails sent to you following that. This is a feature that will help many to manage their inbox in ways that they never could before.



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  • If you are looking for a great phone on a budget, then you might want to consider looking into the Unlocked LG Mobile Rumour Plus. It is a phone that provides all of the usual functionality that is usually provided with low end smart phones, but is very light at only 119 grams, and is very easy to use. The touch screen is only 2.4 inches, but gives you more than enough room to select options, and comes with an excellent QWERTY keyboard that is large enough so that you do not have to worry bout hitting keys that you did not intend to.


    It comes in two different color ways - blue on black, and red on black. The type sliding QWERTY keyboard is easily the biggest draw for a phone that also includes a two megapixel camera, which is far below the standard camera on most phones today. The battery life in terms of talk time minutes is currently sitting at around 240 minutes, with up to 270 hours of life if you are just letting it sit in 3G coverage on stand by.


    The phone book can hold up to a total of 1000 contacts, giving you more than enough room to store all of your friends and family. The internal memory is 16GB, stored on a microSD. Although the phone certainly can not stand up to the standards set by current mobile phones, it is a great little device for consumers on a budget who are looking to save some money, and is a popular choice for individuals that are in between smart phone purchases.


    LG has put together a solid budget phone that gives you all of the functionality of a normal smart phone without the hassles of a high price and features that you probably won’t use if you are considering the purchase of this Rumour Plus Unlocked handset. Look for LG to release more budget-minded phones throughout 2011, which is something they promised during the most recent Consumer Electronics Show.




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  • Firefox 4 Beta Released for Android
    Posted on February 3, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    Are you a fan of the Firefox browser on Android devices? If so, then you might be interested in giving test driving the fourth version of Firefox for Android machines such as HTC Desire unlocked, Samsung Captivate i897, etc. Keep in mind that Firefox may not be the most popular - or most stable browser for the devices, but it has managed to garner a huge following that swear by it.



    Mozilla knows that the data networks bottlenecking and adding extra seconds onto loading time is a big deal for most consumers who have grown accustomed to instant gratification when searching the web. They have toned down on the heaviness of their previous Firefox releases with Firefox 4, and have made the newest release completely about an increase in speed. They claim that the newest build of the browser will allow you to surf the web over three times faster than it did before. This information was obtained using the Kraken Javascript Benchmark, which is actually built by Mozilla so the results might be a little skewed, but it is good to see that Mozilla is focusing mostly on speed in the same way that Chrome did when it first came out.


    In the SunSpider test, which is a more popular platform that is not designed by Mozilla, Firefox 4 tends to be about twice as fast as the previous versions. Of course, you probably won’t notice the split second difference unless you are using Firefox 4 during heavily trafficked times of the day.



    Mozilla has also passed a total of 100 add on for mobile devices, which exponentially increases the feature list of the browser. Bringing their famous add-ons to their mobile browser is something that has attracted many of their desktop users that missed the functionality that they were used to having on their desktops. Some of these add ons include Ad Block Plus and User Agent Switcher, both of which are already stable and are running without any major issues according to tests and user reports thus far.


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  • The Unlocked LG C900 Quantam is a phone that has received a lot of attention since it was first announced. Its feature list is long, and the fact that it runs on the brand new Windows Phone OS 7 makes it all that much more appealing. The phone comes with a full QWERTY keyboard which makes it easy for you to communicate and social network, but also comes with a touchscreen and the ability to slide the keyboard up into the phone.



    One of the biggest draws is that the phone allows you to record 720p HD video and share it directly with your friends. Available for AT&T, the LG C900 Quantam features a Qualcomm 1 GHz processor, allowing it to easily navigate through the operating system and all of the apps smoothly. At just over 6 ounces in weight, the phone is a little bit heavier than some of its competitors, but should still be pocket-able in most situations.


    The touchscreen is very responsive, and is large enough that it is easy to use. The phone comes complete with Microsoft Office, which will help to keep you productive even when you are playing around on your phone and will also provide users with a 5 MP camera that has zoom and flash features to help you capture the highest quality of photos throughout your day.


    Overall, it is a solid phone with no real drawbacks. All of its specs are high-end enough to make it a competitor of some of the more popular smart devices available today, but the verdict stills seems to be out on the Windows Phone 7 operating system, so it will be interesting to see how willing consumers are to adapt to that.  Regardless, the LG C900 unlocked handset is a great smart device that is easy to use and will provide you with everything that you are looking for in your smart device.



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  • Sony Vivaz Available at PureMobile
    Posted on October 20, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    The Unlocked Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro is one of the thinnest slider cellphones on today's market. However, although it may be a small device, it offers some fantastic features and benefits. It offers state-of-the-art camera software and excellent social networking features that are convenient and user-friendly. This model is quickly gaining popularity on the cellphone market due to its feature rich platform and excellent reviews it has received from professionals and consumers alike. It offers a slide-out keyboard which is appealing to almost all cellphone users, and it provides touch screen technology that out-performs the competition. Most manufacturers are turning out variations of the Smartphone, however, the Pro is head and shoulders above the rest.



    The Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro boasts superb pixel resolution to watch videos, surf the internet, or view high resolution photos. The Pro uses the Qwerty keyboard and features a resistive touch screen. These features will make it easier than ever before to text message, email, or talk. There are attractive landscaping options available with this model, as well.


    One of the most popular features of this phone is its digital camera. This feature makes video calls to other phones possible, and in addition to this it features another mega pixel camera option for standard use. It is the first phone with recording video technology, and it also offers features such as face detection, scene mode function, and interface with shoot. The camera component of the phone is extremely user friendly, so it is a good choice for those who are not familiar with high tech cellphone models and their functions.



    With the increasing popularity of social networking, users of the Vivaz Pro Unlocked can keep in touch with those in their social circle easier than ever before. The phone includes easy to use applications for Twitter, Facebook and other popular social networks. Those who wish to acquire a stae-of-the-art slider cellphone offering wifi, GPS, media player, as well as the aforementioned social networking features, they need look no further than the Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro.


    PureMobile carries a wide range of unlocked cell phones and Android phones such as the LG Eve Unlocked,  HTC Desire, etc.




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  • The Blackberry Torch 9800 is the newest update to a wide variety of Blackberry phones available today.  There was a lot of hype about this phone before it’s August 2010 release, but much of it lived up to the claims.  AT&T is the sole provider of all Blackberry phones, but unlocked Blackberry Torch 9800 phones allow you to use it with other carrier services.



    The Blackberry Torch is meant to marry the two best features of other Blackberry phones – a touch screen and a keypad.  The Blackberry Touch was extremely popular, but some users missed the keyboard option.  Other users had the Blackberry Crush, but there is no denying that a touch screen phone is inherently cool.


    The Blackberry Torch does have a touch screen.  It also features the same navigation buttons as other Blackberries, so users will have no problem adapting.  The keyboard is a slider that opens when you need it.  This means it is safely tucked away when not in use, and you won’t be accidentally hitting keys if the phone is in your pocket.



    The phone features the same sturdy construction that made up earlier Blackberries.  In fact, the slider option has added a few millimeters thickness, which gives the Torch an even sturdier feel.  The slider is also sturdy construction, and has won over slider skeptics.


    The Torch has many of the same features as other Blackberries and smart phones – GPS, web surfing, Bluetooth.   There is also a 5 megapixel camera, although some reviewers were disappointed that the camera does not also take video.


    Comparisons of the Blackberry Torch to the iPhone 4 Unlocked handset have also been extremely positive.  The Blackberry holds up against the competition, so if you are torn between the two smart phones, you may have to make the decision simply on whether you prefer the keyboard or not.


    As mentioned before, the Blackberry Torch is only available through AT&T.  The Torch can be unlocked, though, and used with any other carrier.  AT&T and Blackberry equip the phones with a SIM card, so switching to a new carrier requires a new SIM card.  These cards should come with a new “unlock” code, which you will be prompted to enter when you replace the SIM card.


    If you don’t change the SIM card, you can request an unlock code from your current carrier, and provide them with the Torch’s IMEI number.  You can find this code Device menu, under “Device and Status Information.”



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  • One of the last frontiers for cell phone coverage - the New York subway, is set to be reached within the coming years thanks to a deal involving AT&T and T-Mobile each signing ten year contracts with Transit Wireless allowing their customers access Transit's subway network



    The infrastructure is still a number of years from completion, but after years of delays and negotiations the signing and length of the contracts is a solid indicator that subway users will soon be able to utilise their cell phones while waiting for their trains.


    Crucially however, the signal will only be accessible at the subway stations themselves, there will be no reception on-board the trains once in transit. However, even given this the news is a welcome development for commuters for whom the ability to send a text, or make an email would be very useful in the event of a delayed or missed train on the way to work.


    The planned infrastructure has traditionally been compared with that of London's in the UK, which is on course to have a fully installed below ground mobile network installed before the launch of the 2012 Olympics. Importantly however, the London network will include coverage for subway trains in transit which shows New York it is possible, even if the London scheme is expected to cost hundred of millions of pounds for the installation.


    Although to some this introduction of below ground network coverage may seem high tech, for large European and Asian cities it is as natural as running water and if New York is to remain a world class city  it's quite evident that technological investments such as this are a necessity.


    Whilst the introduction of such a scheme would no doubt be a serious technological advancement for New York, there are concerns amongst many New Yorkers of the annoyance the ability to hold phone conversations on the subway may cause to other commuters.



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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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  • It has just been announced that over the last several years Verizon have been billing millions of customers for data usage in unfair circumstances. It appears that these were customers without data plans whose phones contained software that occasionally connected to the internet without the users consent. Often this was caused by customers accidentally hitting the 'internet button' on a cell phone and then immediately closing the window.



    Without a data plan in place, this resulted in minor charges for the customers involved eventually building up over time to several dollars per customer. Verizon have announced that most customers affected by this will be receiving $2-$6 credited to their accounts or else if they are no longer with Verizon they will be sent checks in the mail.


    Whilst for individual users the amount refunded isn't all that significant, given that Verizon have said this could affect up to 15million customers it appears that this will end up costing them quite a large sum of money once this is over.


    In a press release explaining this situation Verizon said that: “Verizon Wireless values our customer relationships and we always want to do the right thing for our customers.”


    However according to the New York Times, Verizon have known about this issue for quite some time and it would appear they are only issuing the refunds after hundreds of complaints and significant pressure being applied from the FCC. To quote the FCC Enforcement Chief Michele Ellison, “ questions remain as to why it took Verizon two years to reimburse its customers and why greater disclosure and other corrective actions did not come much, much sooner”


    In light of this condemnation, for some cell phone users  the unexpected dollars credited to their account might be a pleasant surprise, for others however this will only add to Verizon's poor reputation when it comes to looking after their customers.



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