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  • Branded as the official James Bond Skyfall phone, Sony's XPeria TL arrives at AT&T November 2

     


    Dubbed the "Official James Bond Phone," the latest in Sony's XPeria Lineup, the Xperia TL, will be swaggering into AT&T stores as of November 2.


    In pretty hyperbolic style and promising to "give everyday people the chance to live like James Bond," the AT&T press release promised to make the new smartphone available for $99.99, so long as you sign a 2 year contract.


    According to Engaget, the device has quite a lot going for it, despite the fact that its "materials feel cheap." For one, it's got a 1.5GHz dual-core S4 processor as well as NFC capabilities.


    Sony's XPeria TL features a 4.6-inch 720p display

     


    Aside from that, AT&T just couldn't help reminding us all (for what seems like the thousandth time) that the Xperia TL is "featured in the upcoming James Bond cinema release Skyfall [and] will be used in the film by 007 himself."


    But just in case you didn't get the message, they've preloaded the device with tons of Skyfall content like "behind the scenes footage, interviews, clips, wallpapers, ring tones, and more."


    Though we have a hard time believing that any smartphone can ever really let someone "live like James Bond," we have to admit the XPeria TL at least looks slick enough to be something Bond would carry.




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  • The bright and colorful Nokia Lumia 920 line is coming in November, but only to AT&T

     


    It's big, it's bright, it's beautiful, and it's coming in November – but only to AT&T?


    Nokia recently unveiled the Lumia 920 at a press event in New York last month. But as TechCrunch and many others reported today, the company just announced that its flagship Windows Phone 8 device would be coming exclusively to AT&T in November, along with the Lumia 820.


    TechCrunch seems to have anticipated this news, brushing it aside to focus instead on how great they think Nokia's new smartphone is:


    "The Lumia 920 has just about everything you could ask for in a smartphone, with a 4.5-inch 720p display, a 1.5GHz Snapdragon S4 processor, a relatively large 2,000mAh battery, and of course, the heady combination of Windows Phone 8 and Pureview imaging."


    But others, like Gizmodo, are taking issue with the Nokia's recent deal with AT&T, calling the exclusive "dumb" and citing 5 reasons why.


    According to Gizmodo, the deal is going to hurt Windows Phone 8, and that "the premier Windows Phone device of the year [...] should be made available to as many U.S. shoppers as possible."


    Captain Picard facepalms at Nokia's decision to give AT&T an exclusive

     


    Meanwhile, says Gizmodo, carrier exclusives in general almost never work, and that, in particular, the exclusive Nokia gave to AT&T for the Lumia 900 didn't work either. The argument here is that users don't change carriers just for a new smartphone.


    Another reason why Gizmodo is facepalming over the whole deal? They say that the Lumia 920's Qi wireless charging capabilities should be a major selling point, but that it's being downplayed by the fact that their device with Qi won't be widely available.


    What do you think? Is an AT&T exclusive on the Lumia 920 a good idea? Leave your opinion in the comments section.




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  • One need only look to the recent iPhone 5 hysteria, the raging legal battle between Apple and Samsung, or the righteous tone adopted in ads for most of the latest smartphones to know that some people take cell phones pretty seriously.


    Thankfully, however, there are still a few good laughs to be had when it comes to mobile devices, and Pure Mobile is counting down our list of the best and funniest cell phone ads throughout the years. They're a good antidote to some of today's more buttoned-up advertising, which deals in hard facts, or promises some great technical advancement for mankind.


    As much as we like heavy hitters like Samsung, Nokia, Apple and BlackBerry, we'd rather watch a middle-aged French woman breakdance, or the little green Android mascot burp than hear about specs any day.


    Korean Android ad


    We're not really sure what's going on in this Korean ad for Android, but the OS' little green spokes-alien sure sounds like he enjoyed his sandwich.



    AT&T's Family Rollover Minutes


    A mom guilt-trip at its finest. But the funniest part of this commercial isn't even seeing mom's typical “no waste” lecture framed in the context of cell phones, it's dad's resigned and exhausted little sigh. Watch for it.



    Motorola's Stripping Wife


    This older Motorola ad works the obvious appeal of an attractive woman removing clothing piece by piece – imagine the effect on a larger Galaxy or iPhone screen – but there's also a refreshing little punchline at the end.



    Postbank's Rich Husband


    This one isn't actually actually an ad for a cell phone, but we couldn't resist including it in this list, if only for the way it leads you astray right until the end. The ad's rich also handles things like a complete boss.



    Vodafone's Mom Ringtones


    This Vodafone ad from France has a mom acting sexy, looking like a zombie, and breakdancing, all at the switch of a ringtone. Classic.



    T-Mobile's “Who's in your 5?” ads


    These two ads from T-Mobile are so hilariously awkward that they definitely make our “Fave 5” cell phone commercials. One has two buds at odds over a secret crush (note the sly “foot massage” reference to Marcellus Wallace in Pulp Fiction.)


    The other shows a teen boy hopelessly intimidated by his girlfriend's dad. Pops is a little scary, but somehow, you feel for him.




    Dutch Not-So Refreshing Dip


    This Dutch cell phone ad shows that IKEA doesn't have a monopoly on funny Scandinavian advertising. It's got an ick factor, but it's certainly, erm, refreshing.



    Vodafone's Breaking the News Quick


    Sometimes, less is more. So we'll follow the example set by Vodafone in this ultra progressive, ultra-abbreviated ad, and leave things off short and sweet. Hope this list gave you a few chuckles!





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  • Best Accessories for AT&T HTC Smartphones


    AT&T is an international communication corporation that offers international voice and data coverage for any United State Phone Service Carrier in more than 220 countries around the world. They also offer data in more than 205 countries and 3G network services in more than 145 countries and in the more recent years they've become the proud creators of the HTC Smartphone Family. The HTC Smartphone family includes the HTC One X, the HTC One S, the HTC One V, the HTC EVO 3D, the HTC Radar, the HTC Sensation, the HTC Explorer and the newest member of the HTC Family, the HTC Rhyme. Here are some of the most popular accessories for the collection of HTC Smartphones:


    1)      The HTC Media Link allows your Smartphone to be intensively immersed into high definition entertainment with this HTC Media Link. This Media Link allows you to watch movies from HTC Watch Applications, videos and photos from your own personal collection, Youtube, Netflix, Hulu and more from your HTC Smartphone onto your big screen television. With its Dual Screen Mode the HTC Media Link allows you  to share a movie or photo slide show on your HD TV while you email or surf the internet. The HTC Media Link is easy accessible and easy to set up, it's even portable enough to take with you whether your at home or on the road.


    2)      HTC Car Accessories another very popular accessorizes for your HTC Smartphones. Some of these Car Accessories include the HTC Car Kit which is specifically designed for your HTC Smartphone and your car. Some of its unique features includes the ability for you to notice a more driver friendly user interface come up on your phone, complete with large icons and easy to access navigation and phone book. In car mode, the HTC Car Kit enables your HTC Smartphone to automatically activate when your smartphone is placed into the phone cradle.


    3)      Another set of HTC Car Accessories includes the HTC Car Mic Bluetooth Speakerphone which operates as a large speaker and microphone wrapped in a compact and creative design. The HTC Car Microphone allows your smartphone to connect wirelessly via Bluetooth to the Car Microphone, all the while letting you now have the convenience of a hands free smartphone. The HTC Car SteroClip is a perfect accessory for the smartphone users on the move. The HTC Car SteroClip allows you to wirelessly stream music from your HTC Smartphone through your car stereo speakers.


    4)      The HTC Family of Smartphone is sure to include just as awesome and adaptive line of of HTC Smartphone Accessories including a collection of lithium ion batteries. The HTC 1250mAh Lith-Ion Battery and the  HTC 1520mAh Lith-Ion Batteries both features  manufacturing warranty that'll cover your HTC Smartphone Battery in the unlikely event of a Smartphone tragedy. It also the exact son battery that come with your original HTC Smartphone purchase. The good news is that it's also impossible to notice especially if it replaces the original HTC Smartphone Battery.


    Best Accessories for AT&T HTC Smartphones


    5)      Digging around your wallet, purse or pocket trying to find your ringing HTC Smartphone can be a daunting and often challenging task especially if your hear your Smartphone ringing but you can't answer the phone call. The HTC Smartphone comes equipped with a wonderful collection of HTC Cases and Pouches including the Two Toned Horizontal Black Cell Phone Pouch, an Extra Large Vertical Pouch and even a Black Sport Armband Case all of which let you easily and successfully answer your HTC Smartphone at a moment's notice.


    6)      The HTC Smartphone also comes equipped with a collection of HTC Bluetooth Hands Free Headsets, a smart device that every Smartphone user should have. The QuikCell Azure Blue Q9 Bluetooth Headset offers simple and standard capabilities at a low cost to you, it also enables you to use your Smartphone securely and safety while driving your vehicle. The HTC Jabra EASYGO Bluetooth Headset offers some specific features such as complete noise cancellation, a battery life of more than six hours and more than 200 hours of talk time. It also features you to answer, end, and switch calls without the use of your device.


    7)      HTC Desktop Chargers such as the will suit your personality and your HTC Smartphone all the while allowing you to place your phone into the holder and let your phone begin charging back to full battery life. The Sensation 4G USB Sync also includes a 2nd Battery Charge Cradle that allows you to work from the comfort of your desk all the while monitoring your HTC Smartphone for incoming texts and phone calls. The HTC Desktop Chargers guarantee that your HTC Smartphone will charge even if your browsing your phone via the web, emails or even watching your favorite television program or movie. The HTC Desktop Charges also feature an LED that indicates charging status when equipped and functioning.


    8)      Memory Cards are especially another important accessory to have especially if you use your HTC Smartphone on a regular basis whether once a daily or even multiple times a day. HTC Memory Cards feature the ability to save every application, picture, song,movie and video you download or capture because its inevitable your HTC Smartphone will eventually run out of space. HTC Memory Cards also feature the ability to transfer endless amounts of data and files to and from your Smartphone, it's also an amazing way to increase your HTC Smartphone Internal Memory Drive and it'll also keep your smartphone running in tip top shape.


    Best Accessories for AT&T HTC Smartphones


    9)      HTC Stylus Touch Screen Pens allow you to keep your screen looking fresh and free of any fingerprints, especially if your a media mogul and feel your fingertips are just a little to big for your HTC Smartphone Touch Screen, all you'll need to do is pick up your Stylus Touch Screen Pen. The HTC Stylus Touch Screen Pen features a small, compact design that easy and efficient to carry around in your pocket, guaranteed to work on every mobile device whether its capacitive or resistive and comes in variety of colors and styles.


    10)   Finally, every good HTC Smartphone must be successfully protected from dirt and dust, grit and grim with an HTC Smartphone Screen Protectors. The HTC Smartphone Screen Protectors come in a variety of styles and colors ranging from generic, to ultra-clear, to anti-Glare, to Mirror, to AR Screen Protector, to Fingerprint resistant/glossy Screen Protector and even privacy screen protectors. The HTC Smartphone Screen Protectors promise to reduce the glare and other reflections when your smartphone is in direct sunlight, is precut and ready for instillation on your smartphone directly from its package and allows for easy viewing when your HTC Smartphone is placed at a 90 degree angle.




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  • AT&T will launch shared data plans on August 23. The new data plans will let you share data between all the mobile devices you and your family use, eliminating the need for separate plans for each device.


    Plans are priced based upon GB usage and are available from 1GB to 20GB. Each plan requires at least one smartphone and will allow data-sharing with up to nine devices. One smartphone will receive unlimited talk and text data. An extra charge will apply for additional phones. Each plan includes tethering, and access to over 30,000 AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots.


    Don’t worry. AT&T’s Mobile Share plans won’t be mandatory for new customers.


    Watch those data overages. With the Mobile Share plans, overages will cost you $15 per GB, as opposed to the $10 per GB with a traditional plan.


    The AT&T website has set up a Mobile Share Planner tool to help you determine the right plan for you.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    The best price out there for an unlocked GSM Samsung Galaxy Nexus just got even more attractive. Google dropped the price of the unlocked HSPA+ version of the Galaxy Nexus by $50 to $349 – comparable to what you’d pay for many devices on contract. According to the Google Play ad, the unlocked smartphone can be used on AT&T, T-Mobile, or “more than 200 GSM providers worldwide.”


    Samsung Galaxy Nexus HSPA+ price drops to $349


    Before those of you who already purchased your Galaxy Nexus from Google Play start complaining that your timing sucked, if you made your purchase within the 15 days prior to this price reduction announcement, Google will refund you the extra $50.


    The Galaxy Nexus features a 4.65-inch 720p HD display and dual-core processor. It runs Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, and will be one of the first phones to get the new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS next month. Orders for the Galaxy Nexus can be placed directly through the Google Play Store now.


    Protect your devices with  top brand cell phone accessories  from Bags and Sleeves, Batteries, Bluetooth Headsets and Bluetooth Car Kits, Car Holders, Cases and Skins, Data Cables, Earbuds and Headsets, Keyboard and Protectors, Memory Cards, Screen Protectors, Speakers and Docks as well as Stylus and Pens.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    The owners of Samsung Galaxy S2 devices on the AT&T network have finally received Android 4.0, and Samsung promises not to take it away again.  Last week, a few AT&T customers reported that one minute they had access to the Ice Cream Sandwich update on their phone and the next they didn’t.


    Yes, the Ice Cream Sandwich update is yours to keep For AT&T Samsung Galaxy S2 owners


    Samsung apparently yanked the updates from the Kies app, saying they hadn’t finished their testing. Now it looks like Samsung has already put everything back in its place because users are reporting that the update is running smoothly again.


    If you’d like to see what the ICS looks like on the Samsung Galaxy S2, check out the pictures posted in the XDA Developers forum.


    T-Mobile Galaxy S2 users have been enjoying their ICS since June 12. We hope AT&T is done monkeying around with theirs.




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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    HTC and Apple are battling it out in a patent dispute.   As a result, shipments of the HTC EVO 4G LTE and HTC One X smartphones have been held up by United States Customs as part of an International Trade Commission investigation.


    Apple vs HTC Battle


    Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Discover the latest innovative cell phone accessories that protect your HTC One X smartphone from the hustle and bustle of everyday life... stylish cell phone cases and cell phone covers and skins from top brands like, Incipio, Puregear, Trident, and original HTC accessories all specifically designed to protect your devices from scratches and blemishes.


    This action has caused Sprint to delay the launch of their EVO 4G LTE device indefinitely. AT&T is reporting that its supply of HTC One X will be taxed due to the ongoing fight between HTC and Apple. Before the phones can clear U.S. Customs, the ITC will need to determine if HTC’s latest handsets are in compliance with an earlier ruling.


    Take your devices to new level, enhance your mobility and turn your device into a power tool!  Discover select accessories such as; stylus & pens, micro SD memory cards, batteries, docking stations, Bluetooth headsets, data cables and XMI Speakers all specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.


    While HTC has carved a reputation as a leader in mobile technology and devices , it is also gained notoriety for being pretty slow with bringing cell phone accessories and tablet accessories to the market. Industry leading manufacturers continue to provide the greatest selection of top brand accessories from Bags and Sleeves, Batteries, Bluetooth Headsets and Bluetooth Car Kits, Car Holders, Cases and Skins, Data Cables, Earbuds and Headsets, Keyboard and Protectors, Memory Cards, Screen Protectors, Speakers and Docks as well as Stylus and Pens


    A spokesman from HTC said, “The US availability of the HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE has been delayed due to a standard U.S. Customs review of shipments that is required after an ITC exclusion order. We believe we are in compliance with the ruling and HTC is working closely with Customs to secure approval. The HTC One X and HTC EVO 4G LTE have been received enthusiastically by customers and we appreciate their patience as we work to get these products into their hands as soon as possible.”


    Sprint had planned a May 18th launch of the EVO 4G LTE, a customized version of the One X. It was going to be available for $199.99 on contract. AT&T launched their version of the One X earlier this month. The device now shows as out of stock on the AT&T website.



    This post was posted in Apple, HTC, Politics, Smartphones and was tagged with htc evo 4g lte, htc one x, Sprint, HTC accessories, AT&T, Smartphones, HTC, Apple

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  • By Aldo Panessidi


    AT&T has given the thumbs up to shared data plans, hopefully ending the waste of gigabytes that family plan customers end up paying for every month. AT&T Mobility CEO Ralph de la Vega announced this week in an interview with CNET that they will be making shared data plans available to subscribers later this year, but he would share no other details.


    AT&T Data Plans


    Family plans as we know them today require customers to pay for two separate lines, each with their own data allowance. Most of the time phone use doesn’t come anywhere near the standard 2-3GB limit, so most of it goes to waste.


    Leaving your valuable mobile devices unprotected is risky!  Discover the latest innovative protection solutions...... stylish top brand bags, sleeves as well as  cases and skins specifically designed to protect your devices from scratches and blemishes.  Tough on the outside, sweet on the inside these brand name protection accessories combine complete device coverage with sleek artistic expression.


    The option to share data usage would allow consumers to buy one chunk of data that can be used across devices including smartphones and tablets. This will at least reduce the amount of data that family plan subscribers needlessly pay for every month.


    Take your devices to new level, enhance your mobility and turn your device into a power tool!  Discover select accessories such as; stylus & pens, micro SD memory cards, batteries, docking stations, Bluetooth headsets, data cables and XMI Speakers all specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.


    Currently, AT&T and Verizon are the two major cell service providers considering shared data plans, possibly launching them sometime this summer. Of course, data plans are where carriers make most of their money, and with the quarrel heating up over device subsidies, we’ll have to wait and see how far AT&T and Verizon are willing to go to improve their pricing.


    We’re hoping details of the new shared data plans with be available at the upcoming CTIA Spring 2012 show in New Orleans. AT&T and Verizon will both be there, and they know they’re going to get asked.



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  • Starting 7th June, AT&T has decided to get rid of its unlimited data Smartphone transfer plan and introduce different plans. The current $30 unlimited Unlocked Smartphone plan is soon to be depreciated with AT&T claiming that its new plans would be more affordable and more appreciative for people that make use of the internet on a regular basis. So what are these plans and are they really beneficial? We have analyzed them and give you the lowdown on what you really need to know about these plans.



    DataPlus: Under this plan, AT&T plans of giving around 200MB of data transfer for $15. AT&T representatives claim that this plan will be sufficient for more than 65% of their Smartphone user database. In case you should choose this plan and go above the limit of 200MB, additional charges of the same amount for every additional 200MB will be charged.


    DataPro: AT&T states that nearly 2% of its Smartphone users go over the 2GB limit of this plan. Charged at $25 per month, additional charges are $10 per GB.


    There are even talks going on at AT&T  that claim those users wishing to have tethering on their DataPro plan can do so at an additional charge of $20 per month. This effectively results in you being able to share around 2 GB of data flow between your Smartphone and laptop for around $45 per month. Not bad, should you require the internet for simple mail checks. But there is a 5GB data transfer plan available for around $60 and together with tethering; the entire package costing $75.


    Although you might not like any of the new plans that have come into existence, the new rates are much more user friendly allowing many AT&T Quickfire Unlocked Phone subscribers to now leverage the complete power of the internet and Smartphone. Of course, you could still decide to stick with the unlimited $30 data plan currently available.



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