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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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  • 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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  • The Tonino Lamborghini Evoluzione will be running on the Android operating system and will provide users with capabilities that were not in the previous version of the device. Although most in the industry consider the unlocked cell phone to be a tad bit overpriced, there is no denying the service that comes with the Evoluzione. The Lamborghini smart devices have been considered to be very high quality, and are more so for the crowd that is looking for a richer smart device experience.



    The phone only comes with a 3.2 inch HVGA display, and runs on a 600 MHz processor which will make the device undeniably underpowered when compared to some of the other big brand names phones that have been released in recent weeks. the phone certainly does not live up to its automotive name, and does not provide what you would expect from something that has a Lamborghini brand name.



    The phone will cost a total of $600, which is more than $700 reduced from the previous price. But even at $600, you are still paying a lot more for the brand name than you ever would the phone. It would be more worth the money if they were able to offer a little incentive to purchase the phone. For the price, you would expect a Lamborghini to have some sort of sleek design that would make it stand out from the crowd, but that is not the case here. The phone, by all accounts, other than the name of course is about as plain as they come. Although they will be marketed to those that own their cars, they will also be available for purchase for individuals that do not own a Lamborghini motor vehicle as well. Don’t expect this phone to gain much in the way of popularity; the price tag is simply too high.


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  • The new  Unlocked Sony Ericsson U8a Vivaz Pro, a device for NextG is a phone that has not received a lot of attention from the mobile community, which is a bit surprising given the quality of the phone. The non-Pro version of the phone was a standalone touchscreen and the Pro gives users an upgrade to a QWERTY keyboard which should help in business situations. The QWERTY keyboard will allow users to more quickly communicate using the device and will speed up the social networking process.


    The Unlocked Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro, much like the previous versions of the phone wills till allow users to broadcast HD video, which was a huge selling point when the device was originally released. Users will also be able to download apps through the PlayNow marketplace as well as the Symbian Developer Community, which has grown quite a bit since the first version of the device was released.


    The shape of the device has also changed for the pro release, making it easier to comfortably hold. The shape of the phone is now specifically molded to the shape of the human hand so that it fits comfortably in the hand when you are speaking on the phone.


    The Vivaz Pro has a 3.2 inch touch screen that is completely scratch resistant and also features a 16:9 nHD touchscreen display screen. Along with the keyboard, the phone also provides users with a 5.1 megapixel camera that comes complete with up to 4x zoom and autofocus to ensure that you capture the best pictures possible. At only 117 grams in weight, the Sony Ericsson Vivaz Pro is a light weight phone that is very phone and fits comfortably int he pocket of jeans and other casual-wear. With the U8a Vivaz Pro unlocked being Next G compatible, it is a phone that should stand the test of time and make for a solid investment for anyone who enjoyed the original version of the phone but are looking for a more professional option.


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  • Although the Android app platform is easily the most popular app marketplace for unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android devices, a number of third party app marketplaces have sprung up over the course of the last few months that often include apps that are specially designed for certain carriers, manufacturers and specific devices. It’s easy to see why these app stores have increased in popularity; they allow users to immediately see what apps are available for their device and to quickly and easily sift through them to find the ones that they would like. Google recently announced that they would be making some changes to their app marketplace to make it easier to navigate and find apps. Even with the changes to the official Google Android Marketplace, they still have not made things as easy on users as some of the third party app marketplaces.


    Appsfire features a main screen that features several different lines of apps. The sections that it shows you can be customized, and some of the categories include featured apps, apps whose prices have been slashed, hot apps for the day, top free apps and top free games.



    The main screen constantly changes to show you what is available, hot and new. One problem with the app is that it just shows you the icon for each of the app, which can make it hard to tell which app you are looking at as the marketplace does not display the names of any of the apps until you have selected it.


    The “Discover” tab allows you to quickly search through the apps in a list format, which most users should find to be easier to use than the home screen. The list format provides the name and a short description of the app.


    Appsfire looks promising, and certainly makes the large collection of Android apps easier to sift through, but has not made the process as simple as it could be. As of right now the home screen seems to be a little bit cluttered, but will allow you to search through more apps in a shorter period of time.


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  • Skyfire may have had a few bugs and problems with their US launch of their browser that is able to take flash video and convert it to a video format that is acceptable on unlocked iPhone 4 and on other platforms as well. One of the biggest complaints about the iPhone is that they do not support Adobe Flash, which is the largest platform for delivering animation the web. The Safari browser just simply will not read flash, and a number of other browser apps have been developed that support the usage of flash, but none of them have been as promising as Skyfire.


    The browser has been surrounded in controversy, but nevertheless has expanded their reach to countries outside of the US including France, Germany and Italy. The iPhone is nearly as prevalent in these countries as it is in the US, and the complaints regarding the support for Adobe Flash have been widespread.


    Skyfire apparently worked out so0me of the kinks with their launches with their US launch, because things seemed to go much more smoothly for the browser in these other countries. The app was the number one app in the Apple marketplace on the first day that it was released, but has not been able to regain that position since the initial launch, but has remained one of the most popular apps that is currently available.


    Apple has not given an official stance on the app, but since they have loosened their restrictions on apps entering their app store Skyfire looks like it is here to stay. Apple may not support the Flash platform for Internet animation, but that does not mean that they are going to keep app developers from making it part of their arsenal and part of the general appeal of their mobile applications.


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  • Car thieves have a lot more to worry about during the smart device era. There are a plethora of different devices that could potentially track the location of a car after it is stolen and thieves have to quickly disable these devices after making off with a car. With OnStar becoming increasingly popular in many different types of vehicles, stealing cars has never been so hard for these criminals.


    One solid example of how the car theft game has changed is a recent incident in which a man was tracked and arrested less than ten minutes after stealing a car. There was no OnStar or any other built in software that tracked the location, but the man had stolen the car with an unlocked Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 Android phone inside. Thanks to an appt hat was running on the device, the man who owned the car was able to log in to his application account and inform police of the exact location of the vehicle shortly after it was stolen. The man responsible for the theft was apprehended less than ten minutes after the theft took place.


    The application that saved the day was Lookout, an application that is most commonly used as an antivirus tool for phone devices. Luckily, the device also doubles as a phone finding tool, allowing users to log in and check a GPS map to help them locate a lost phone. This application came in handy for the man whose car was stolen, helping him to quickly locate his car and provide police with details regarding its location.


    This serves as one of a number of examples of how smart phone technology is thwarting everyday criminals. As these features expand, you can expect to hear more stories like this coming out. A small investment for his smart phone ended up saving the man in question all of the headaches that deal with locating a stolen car.


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  • If you were to take a quick look at the T-Mobile support forums you would quickly notice that a large number of users have posted questions regarding the management of their pre-paid accounts, and problems that have run rampant over the course of the last few days. These users have reported that they have not been able to purchase $1.49 day passes for access to the Internet, a service that T-Mobile has promoted heavily over the course of the last few months.




    When the users attempt to make the purchase they are often provided with an error screen and find themselves unable to get through the shopping cart to the purchase screen. The fact that the prepaid phones can not access the Internet means that these unlocked phones are only able to call and text, which is not what was advertised to these individuals by T-Mobile when they made their purchase.



    Customer service has had a hard time keeping up with the complaints due to the holiday weekend and little help has been offered on the support forums. T-Mobile is aware of the situation and has stated on their forum on several occasions that they are working on finding an answer for the issues at hand. If the issue were to drag on for quite some time, users that require the use of the day passes on their unlocked mobile phones will likely look elsewhere for similar plans. The $1.49 mobile phone internet day pass has been one of the most popular features that T-Mobile has introduced in recent years.



    Hopefully they are able to get through their holiday back load and will fix this issue sooner rather than later so they do not lose their prepaid customer base that requires this feature. Forum moderators are attempting to reply to as many of the inquiries as they can but have a hard time keeping up with the incoming requests.


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  • Not all unlocked cell phone are able to deliver video in 1080p at this time, but it is certainly the direction that the industry is heading. Now, KDDI’s R&D Labs has developed a method for getting the most out of your HD movie streams while you are out and about and not connected to WiFi network with a stable connection. The technology that they have been developing will allow you to zoom in on particular parts of the feed within the movie. The stream will then be automatically cropped from the far-away server. This will allow you to take a look at only the parts of the video that you would like to see, instead of having to watching the entire screen. The best part is that even the cropped images will be delivered in HD despite the fact that they will be full screen.


    Even if you do not have an HD screen on your phone, you shouldn’t notice much reduction in quality as you zoom in on the video. The company developed the feature for users and companies alike. The upside for companies is that you will have much less data moving back and fourth because the user is only loading a portion of the video instead of the whole thing, and the user gets to see exactly what they want on the screen.



    A video of the technology made its way to the web today and has attracted a lot of attention from various tech websites. It will be interesting to see if other companies become interested in a similar technology. As the streaming of movies over smart devices becomes more regular, features such as this, or any other cost cutting feature will be highly desired by mobile companies looking to cut back on their spending. Although these companies will incur a slight server side cost, in the end it should help them to save money.


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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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