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  • By Adhurim Murtezai

    RIM finally made its commitment to the release of a beta version of its 2.1 PlayBook OS official. BlackBerry PlayBook product manager Michael Clewley confirmed from his Twitter page that a beta would be out by the end of May.

    What do you have planned for the BlackBerry PlayBook OS 2.1 beta?

    Protect your BlackBerry devices with the latest innovative protection solutions... stylish top brand bags and 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.

    There haven’t been any details made available, so until you get your hands on the 2.1 beta, you’ll know just as much as the rest of us. If you’re signed up as a BlackBerry developer, you can get the update on your device after its release.

    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, HTC Media Link and XMI Speakers all specifically designed to make your devices functionally efficient and performance rich.

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  • Samsung and Blackberry Overview
    Posted on December 5, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    By Aldo Panessidi

    With 2011 coming to a close, speculation on the upcoming technology of 2012 is beginning to run rampant.  So, to help keep you in “the know,” here are a few smartphones, technology upgrades, and the like.  Manufacturers will be releasing a plethora of new innovative protective solutions and premium electronic accessories to protect, personalize and enhance your mobile devices



    Samsung and Blackberry Overview

    Samsung has had a great year with consistent performance with strong sales from its Galaxy cell phones coupled with its Galaxy Tablet and related mobile device accessories.  To continue the momentum of 2011, Samsung will be launching the Galaxy Note - touted to be a “new category of product” in early 2012.

    At the moment no specific carrier has been chosen to feature this smartphone, but with the revolutionary “buzz” around the release, it will likely be a time limited exclusive agreement with one of the larger service providers.  Unlocked cell phone relieve dependency on service provider long term contracts... choose the service provider you want and negotiate a low cost service package that meets your lifestyle and needs.

    How Global are smartphone consumers REALLY?

    According to the mobile strategy firm, VisionMobile, there has been a marked increase in smartphone shipments in 2010-2011. In the same report, they also indicated that the use of global smartphones in comparison is rather lukewarm and tepid: 27%.  One reason for this may be the limited global smart phones offered by carriers, especially in corporate purchasing plans and contacts.  More and more consumers are personalizing their mobile devices with accessories that offer both superior protection and trend-setting fashion.

    No doubt global smartphone shipments would jump to a more comparable rate if the major carriers offered greater choices, but the exclusivity of their phone offerings precludes the same array of choices available to consumers considering unlocked smartphones.

    Samsung and Blackberry Overview

    RIM – strategic play

    Whether RIM has a fortune teller on staff or they were remarkably prepared to lose their greatest market differentiator (their secure OS).  In light of this fiasco, they may retain their cherished government and enterprise customers with a new platform.  It allows IT administrators to better manage the newest endpoints to the network: smartphones and tablets.  In this rapidly consumer need driven mobility industry the beauty of this platform is that non-RIM OS platforms such as Apple and Android will be better centrally managed.

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  • Aldo Panessidi

    For the longest time now, Blackberry Playbook users have been waiting for Android app compatibility, native email, PIM access and calendar applications to be officially released.  It seems that the waiting time is over with the planned February release of this long awaited Playbook OS 2 version which will include these apps on a new QNX operating system.  We believe these upgrades coupled with a $300 OFF price tag, will allow the tablet to enjoy more invigorating sales volumes.

    Blackberry Playbook OS 2- Scheduled For A February Release

    The Blackberry Playbook OS @ brings numerous changes to the platform, squarely aimed to make this device a gem within the developer community.  The Playbook OS 2 supports among other things,  Adobe Air 3 and Flash 11 are supported, Open GL ES 2.0 and Open AL along with RIM’s Native SDK –which brings support for C/C++ apps.  The Blackberry Playbook OS 2 RIM allows standards-based apps built using web code like HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, and even WebGL with the introduction of WebWorks and a much-improved browser.  Users will no doubt want to further exploit and enhance the Blackberry Playbook OS 2 with accessories like, docks, memory cards, earpieces and headsets as well as speakers.

    Yet, given the RIM's numerous stumbles over this past year, this handful of free apps is a step in the right direction to win back market favor.  Finally, the Blackberry Playbook — which has always been a capable, powerful tablet — is getting an OS that is more on par with its hardware.  It now time to protect your device with branded tablet accessories.

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  • BlackBerry Playbook Accessories
    Posted on May 30, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    One thing that Research In Motion always does right in BlackBerry Playbook Accessories and their offerings. They offer a number of BlackBerry Playbook Accessories for any device that can can help you to add additional functionality to your device for an extremely low cost. The PlayBook has a number of specialized accessories that can help you to protect the device, increase its functionality, or even customize its look. A few of the more popular types of accessories that are currently available include the following;

    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Cases

    There are a few different cases that are currently available for the device. First, there is the convertible case which is used as an angled stand, and can help you to prop the device up while you are using it. There is also the journal case. This case comes with a leather exterior that looks very nice, as well as a customized shell. This case really is great for protecting the device while adding some style.

    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Chargers

    The BlackBerry Rapid Charging pod is a very nice addition to your usual charger. The device allows your BlackBerry Playbook Accessories to charge at nearly double the rate as allowed by the typical charger. This is a great accessory for people who use their device quite a bit, or run utility heavy apps that cause the battery to drain at a faster rate. This can also be portable and allow you to charge your device when you are out and about.

    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories

    BlackBerry Playbook Accessories: Cases, Skins and Sleeves

    There are also various skins and sleeves that are available for the device. These can be a low cost way to ensure that you keep your device safe. Sleeves slide over the outside of the device to prevent scratching, while skins will cover the backside of the device. There is also a zip sleeve which allows you to protect the back of the device while still using the front. BlackBerry Playbook Accessories have a wide range of options to choose from.

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