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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.


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    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.



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  • Verizon Class Action Suit
    Posted on March 2, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Verizon wireless has received notification that they are being sued in a class action lawsuit in the state of New Jersey.  This class-action suit from the law firm of Goldman Scarlato & Karon, P.C. has been filed on behalf of cell phone users that do not have smart phones.  They are claiming that these users have been charged for data transfer services that they have never actually used.  This is in regard to customers being charged accidentally the $1.99 per megabyte for accessing the web or using any other data services.  Verizon stated that these charges are only access to those users that stray away from the Verizon home page and obtain other applications and services.  The lawsuit claims that Verizon has charged customers even though they have not accessed this type of service.  The lawsuit is looking to be able to return the money is improperly charged back to the customers.


    HTC Google Nexus One Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    In other news, the major United States carriers, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, along with Google have begun to respond to the FCC in regard to the early termination fees that customers have to pay.  It has long known that these carriers as well as others have had extremely high early termination fees in order to cover the costs of the cell phone devices that they provide at a discount through their plans.  Google has stated that their $350 fee for customers that use the Nexus One and break their contract is fair.


    In the past, Nexus One users have had to actually pay early termination fees to both Google and T-Mobile.  They have begun to reduce some of these early termination fees and have actually lowered it to $150 for new T-Mobile customers.  The make your carriers also explained that they would be making sure that they fully disclose the early termination fees to all customers.  This is just one more reason why unlocked cell phones are probably one of the best ways to avoid the unnecessary fees from the major carriers in the United States.



    This post was posted in General and was tagged with Verizon, unlocked cell phone, Nexus One, Google

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  • The question today is whether or not cell phones are actually used for making calls.  This is been something that's been on my mind for quite a while and I thought I might take a few minutes to do some pulmonary research to see if my suspicions were true.  With all the amazing things that are touchscreen smart phones, such as the iPhone can do, I began to think that perhaps we are not even using our cell phones to make that traditional phone call.



    I was browsing the web from my traditional PC, as I stumbled upon an article on the online version of the Wall Street Journal.  This begins to give me some general information that perhaps I was on the right track and that we are not using our cell phones for calls.  The article centered on some Harvard students that are involved in developing a new application geared towards those attending this illustrious school.  However, halfway through the article the conversation turned towards the fact that many of these students do not use their cell phone to make telephone calls.  Matter of fact, one student that was interviewed had to stop for a moment, as she had to think whether or not one of her friends had the ability to send and receive e-mail via her cell phone.  The student had to actually call using her cell phone, something that she does not do but maybe once a week.  The student stated that normally they would use their cell phones to call home and other than that they only use them to send e-mail and text message.



    So I began to think, surely there would be some statistics that would back up the fact that no one really uses her cell phone anymore to make telephone calls.  And I was right.  I found a report, even though it is slightly outdated, from the Nielson Company, 2008 that began to show some interesting facts.  The average number of calls back in 2006 per month was 198 per person and those same people received 65 text messages.  By the end of second quarter 2008 these numbers changed dramatically.  The estimated number of monthly text messages was 357 as compared to the 204 monthly phone calls.  I would imagine that if we had up-to-date statistics today we would see that our cell phones are predominantly used to send and receive text and e-mail, and that probably less than 30% of a mobile phones use is for actual telephoning.  Hopefully I will be able to find an updated statistical report that will prove my original theory.  My unlocked iPhone can help me do this as my PC is too slow!



    This post was posted in Apple, Odd And Interesting and was tagged with unlocked, Cell Phone, iPhone

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  • iControlPad for the iPhone
    Posted on February 26, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    It looks like the new iControlPad for the iPhone has gone into production.  This will allow everyone to enjoy a their games for the iPhone a bit easier as you will not have to any longer worry about the touchscreen to control your games.  The new controller will be available in two different models.  One will have an internal battery that you will also be a will to charge your phone with and another one that will be less expensive and will not have the battery.  Other than that they will both have the same game controls.  It will have the two analog controllers as well as the typical ABXY buttons and of course the selected start button.  There is no release date yet, and so far, no one is quite sure how much this is going to cost.


    This comes on the heels of the announcement on February 24 that Apple iTunes had its 10 billion songs downloaded.  This is a culmination of seven years worth of songs being downloaded, and the rate that we have seen people using iTunes means that we will probably see the 20th billion download for years from now.  Apple recently acquired Lala, which is an online music streaming company.  This company has enabled users to be able to download a track free for the first time and only charging $.10 per track of their unlimited streams.  This may be a way for Apple to hit that new milestone fairly quickly especially with their iPhone unlocked cell phone users.


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    In other iPhone news, iTunes recently removed over 5000 apps that were deemed to be offensive.  This came as a response to the many complaints from women that found much of the content to be very degrading.  This is also are sponsored to the numerous complaints from parents that were not very happy with some of the applications that their children were able to have access to.  There was a rumor that Apple was going to have an explicit content area to be able to satisfy some of the complaints from the developers who are losing thousands of dollars a day.  This seems to be a rumor as no response has been forthcoming from Apple.  Apple does not seem to want to deal with explicit applications and wants to keep their app store much more family-friendly.  They did introduce some parental controls, but it seems as though the number of adult rated apps were far more than what Apple was comfortable having.



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  • AT&T Gets The LG Arena
    Posted on February 24, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    AT&T gets the LG Arena to add to its family of LG cousins. The LG has been offered as a LG unlocked cell phone outside of the United States until this recent announcement. This great phone contains power packed three-inch touch screen technology with many applications.


    Included is a camera that has 5.0 mega pixels, auto focus, and the video capture capabilities to upload and pass pictures and videos around various social networking sites. With a touch of a finger you can locate photos and videos or create rapid-fire photo sequences to capture more that a moment of the great game you are at. LG’s S-Class with 3D user interface touts WiFi and built in GPS technology to get you where you are going. The touch multimedia wheel can keep downloads quickly accessible to listen in the Dolby Mobile surround sound technology.


    Although this is not a smart phone it has all the bells and whistles for a social networking phone, The Intuitive browser offers email and texting opportunity with lightning speed touch screen capabilities. Included are the phonebook, calendar, and easy to use alarm. For those of us that are technologically impaired the touch screen alarm clock is a great feature, with in sync time settings, the wake up call will keep us on time. An FM transmitter is included to tune into any games or watch them on the TV out connect option. Bluetooth technology and the speakerphone give no excuse for hands free operations.


    AT&T is offering a 7-day try the phone out offer to let you see and experience the ease of operation. If you have been waiting for this phone to get to the states the announcement has just been made and the phone is waiting for you at any ATT retail stores or online. As AT&T gets the LG Arena unlocked, the positioning of other phones joining the team will be an interesting play to watch.



    This post was posted in LG and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, Bluetooth, AT&T, LG

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  • The "Buzz" is All About A Lawsuit
    Posted on February 22, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    When Google announced their new social network, Buzz, they did not fully take into account how important people think their privacy is.  Two days after it was first launched, Google had to make several revisions to the platform.


    Originally, the application was Google’s answer to Twitter but with some extras.  Buzz was to let you use Google Maps with Buzz in order for you to focus on your actual location and synching it with your Gmail address book.  The application lets you share your location with others and gives additional information about the place you are visiting.  This app syncs with your Google Nexus One unlocked cell phone and your computer.  This would let your followers know where you are and what you are doing.


    Unfortunately when it was released, it allowed everyone to see your public profile.  As a user, you had to block the public from viewing your information.  On February 12, 2010, Google made some changes so you could block anyone following you that you did not want following you.  They based these changes on the amount of user feedback stating that this was an invasion of privacy.  Google enhanced Buzz with features to improve privacy settings and giving the user more control about how information would be shared.


    HTC Google Nexus One Black Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    This must not be enough for some users as a lawsuit was filed this week in San Jose (CA).  The class action was filed in federal court and states that Google has invaded privacy issues by how it released Buzz.  Most times, applications state that you must opt in, while Buzz made it so that you had to opt out.  This made over 31 million users of Gmail affected by the way Buzz was introduced.  The suit could actually include every Gmail user.  Google has not made any official statement, as they have not yet taken a look at the lawsuit.  You would have thought that Google would have taken into consideration these kinds of privacy issues prior to the release.  Make sure that your public profile is excluded before you use Buzz on your mobile unlocked cell phone like the Google Nexus One.



    This post was posted in Google and was tagged with Google+, unlocked cell phone, Nexus One, Buzz

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  • Benefits of an Unlocked Cell Phone
    Posted on February 19, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    It is very surprising to realize that most people in the United States do not know or understand what an unlocked cell phone is.  I was having dinner with my family this past week, and of course the discussion turned towards cell phones and cell phone plans.  I was explaining that there were numerous benefits to purchasing an unlocked cell phone.


    My sister-in-law had just purchased the new Samsung 1637 Jack unlocked and of course now she is locked into another three-year contract with her current carrier.  I asked her why she did this, as she has never really cared much for her current plan.  She bought a phone and extended her plan because she figured that it was her only option to getting a new cell phone.


    Samsung I637 JACK 3G NAM Black AT&T Unlocked GSM Cellular Phone


    I explained to her that by purchasing an unlocked cell phone, it would give her the freedom and flexibility in choosing a carrier.  I explained that she may have even been able to save some extra money as the cost of the phone would not be buried in the plan.  I also explained that since she does travel outside the country several times a year, that an unlocked cell phone would give her the freedom to purchase local Sim cards, so she would not occur any additional charges from her carrier.


    When I started to explain that there are many phones we do not even have access to here in the United States, and some of the amazing features of the phones, I began to get the attention of some of my younger nieces and nephews.  I explained to them that they would be able to get some of the newest technology that is only available in the European markets by purchasing an unlocked cell phone like the Sony Ericsson Aspen unlocked.


    I think they will all start to consider purchasing an unlocked cell phone the next time their current contract from their carrier is about to end.  When I explained to them some of the amazing phones and all the features that they have, which we are not yet able to get here, they all pulled out their existing phones and began to enter the website information for Pure Mobile to purchase their unlocked cell phone.



    This post was posted in Samsung, Sony Ericsson and was tagged with unlocked cell phone, Samsung Jack, Sony Ericsson

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  • Windows Phone 7 Series Announced
    Posted on February 18, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Windows Phone 7 Series Announced by Microsoft at the Mobile World Congress meeting this week. It is suspected that the Windows Phone 7 Series will bring more consistency and synergy to the mobile phone environment.


    The new Windows phone will have Zune integrated so those who love music can enjoy their favorite tunes. This single mobile phone is claimed to do about anything that you like. With the latest Windows 7 you can find everything you want faster and it easier to keep in touch with your friends and loved ones.



    Windows Phone 7 Series enables you to listen to all of your music and view your videos with just one click. You can skip the wires, sync over Wi-Fi.


    You have the latest updates in one place. Good news for gamers, X-Box just went Mobile.


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    The latest Windows 7 Series has the real-time updates option. The system will update randomly so that your Windows is never outdated.


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    The new OS has great contact options with access to photos, music, and games. You can also post your status one time or update them all at once. Most of the recent contacts are at your beck-n-call.
    There is also live friend updates available in Windows 7 Series. You can update the friends from the social media sites such as Window Live or Facebook. It is easier to find people that you are looking for quickly as well. In summary, it is easier than ever to stay in contact with your friends online.


    You can view photos from your computer, phone, or from your web organized center all in one place. With a 64-Bit OS Bet’s you can share immediately with your favorite online people or social networks. Finally, all of your favorite tunes and videos can be viewed from your cell phone, the web, or radio.



    This post was posted in Smartphones and was tagged with Windows Phone 7 Series, Windows Phone 7

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  • Free Shipping At PureMobile
    Posted on February 17, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    For one week, from February 17-26, PureMobile is offering free ground shipping on any order.  There is no minimum purchase or coupon code required.  Simply buy what you want and during check out select the $0 shipping option


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  • The New LG Mini
    Posted on February 15, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    LG has announced its new cellular phone, the LG GD880, also known as the LG Mini.  The cellular phone is perhaps one of the slimmest and tiniest touchscreen smart phones that you will be able to find.  Do not let its size fool you though, as it is loaded with many features.


    This  LG cell phone is based on information it has gathered from actual users that are not pleased with the high priced and bulky phones that are around right now.  This phone is easy to keep in your pocket and comes with a great price.  It has that sleek and slim look as well.


    LG Mini photos


    It has textured metal trim that gives it that touch of elegance.  It has a 3.2 inch screen that goes to the edge of the phone.  The phone has fast web browsing and will keep you synched with all of your social sites like Facebook, Twitter and MySpace.  It also comes with a 5 megapixel camera.  It uses the HSDPA connection at 7.2 Mbps and has Wi-Fi.


    It will also have the microUSB and will use the 2.1 Stereo Bluetooth.  It also has the video playback, MP3 player and FM radio.  The LG Mini has a microSD memory slot and has 100 MB of internal memory.  It uses the A-GPS real time locator as well.  It has all of those useful accessories like the alarm, calendar, to do lists, calculator and tasks.  You can voice record and it has a speaker phone.


    We should begin to see this cellular phone be released sometime in March.  It will probably be released in the European market first.  Good news for the North American market though, you should be able to purchase the mini LG cell phone unlocked soon after its release.  It is promised to be an affordable phone; at least this is what LG is saying.  We will have to wait until March to find out.



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