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  • RIM QNX Looks Great
    Posted on August 25, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The Research In Motion QNX BlackBerry is a device that has been highly anticipated and has continued to allow the company to put together an exciting device that could help them to regain some of the market share that they have lost throughout the years. This new device is one that is going to really bring them back into the forefront. It will be sold by a total of 225 carriers from around the world. This will allow them to offer their phones to in an entirely new audience. Included in these new phones will be the Blackberry seven phones which will include the Bold, Curve and Torch models.


    RIM QNX Looks Great


    With Research In Motion launching these new unlocked Blackberry seven smart phones across the globe, it will be the final batch that will feature the smart devices as they have been seen recently. They have been losing market share at a steady pace and have continued to operate in a way that has not allowed them to better suit the needs of customers.


     


    However in this newest line of smart devices, they are putting themselves in a position to aggressively target the market that they have lost. In the past Research In Motion has been seen as a company that has only made devices for the business crowd, and they are looking to continue to cater to the business crowd while still also garnering a personal use on. This new line of phones will allow them to have a better idea about both, and will also allow them to aggressively expand to new markets if they so desire.


    Blackberry seven phones


    So far, analysis companies have been a bit confused as to what the future looks like for the company. They have been putting together a large number of different devices for their upcoming push to regain market share. It will be interesting to see if they are able to be successful moving forward.


     


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  • BlackBerry Torch 9810 Review
    Posted on August 5, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    The unlocked Blackberry Torch 9810 is a device that serves as the new area for RIM and their new line of phones. This is one of the few devices that they have announced over the course of the last few months, and so far it appears to live up to the expectations of the users. The device will be launching with AT&T later in the month and features a 4G GSPA+ network. It utilizes a 1.2 GHz processor that is much faster at getting around the Blackberry seven operating system that some of the previous phones. This is one of the most feature-rich phones that Research In Motion has released in recent times, and you can bet that it will continue to make the phone much more popular.


    BlackBerry Torch 9810 Review


    The device also features an 8 GB onboard storage that allows you to store quite a bit of media. The 640 x 480 pixel this way looks really good and is much better than some of the previous phones that they have released. The metal finish that has been provided to the phone definitely gives a sharp look. It is a device that is much better looking overall than some of the previous devices that are then released.


     


    It is clear that Blackberry is trying to change the way that they have done business in the past by offering high-quality phones after the last few have failed and lost a large number of subscribers in the process. Research In Motion has tweaked the design of the phone a bit, and the high-end smart phone looks better than ever. The only thing that can make it better is if it weighed a bit less or was a bit thinner overall.


    BlackBerry Torch 9810 Review


    In all, the device is much better than some of the previous devices such as unlocked Torch 9800 that the company has released and is overall a step in the right direction.




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  • Blackberry App World has officially passed the 1 billionth download throughout his career. This is something that the company had hoped to reach for quite some time. it is amazing to see that there application marketplace has grown in such a phenomenal rate over the course of the last few years. The marketplace was first officially launched on April 1, 2009, and it continued to grow wildly in popularity since that time.


    BlackBerry App World Reaches 1 Billion Download Mark


    Since the application marketplace was first released, the company has continued to grow in Blackberry has become one of the most renowned location to download applications for the Blackberry platform. Although the application marketplace that was put together by the company research in motion is not the biggest by any stretch of the imagination in the mobile industry, it is clear that it continues to grow along with varying amounts of Blackberry devices such as Unlocked Bold 9780, Torch 9800, etc. that we have seen over the course of the last few years. Targeted toward businesses, Blackberry has continued to become one of the world’s largest mobile devices and platforms in recent memory. The Apple app store recently passed the 15 million download mark, making it easily the largest store for applications for mobile devices online.



    It will be interesting to see how quickly the Blackberry application store will reach 2 billion download mark. The 1 million download mark is a huge milestone for the company, and would really like to reach the 2 million download mark sooner than they have reached the one. The devices are currently bringing in more than 3 million downloads per day, but as research in motion continues to lose market share to other mobile companies, it may be hard for them to keep up. it will be interesting to see how long they can continue to over 3 million downloads per day for their applications for blackberry devices




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  • AT&T Makes Calling Japan Free
    Posted on March 16, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    With the recent issues that Japan has faced following the fallout of an 8.9 earthquake and the ensuing tsunami afterwards, AT&T has announced that they are going to allow their unlocked cell phone users to make free calls to Japan till the end of the month. Since the disaster, understandably, it has been very hard for people to contact relatives inside of the country. Making outgoing calls within Japan has also been difficult. Some of those from North America that survived the quake have still not been able to make contact with their families.


     


    The announcement by the company is the first of its kind. Shortly after the announcement by AT&T, both Sprint and Verizon announced that they were going to be extending the same offer to their users as well. They also announced that they were not going to charge users for text message fees to phones that are located within Japan.



    It is good to see that these huge providers are stepping up and making it as easy as possible for people to contact family members a world away. With the issues that Japan has had in recent days with both outgoing and incoming calls, this should ease the minds of those back in the states a little bit who were worried about charges that could pile up when they try to make contact with individuals in the Japan area.



    Text messages might be the best way to try to communicate, at least until things calm down. This will allow them to answer whenever the text goes through and will not require that they answer a call that may or may not go through. The announcements are welcome, and show that to these companies - it is not always all about the bottom line and profit that they could potentially see from a move.


     


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  • 150,000 Gmail Accounts Gone
    Posted on March 3, 2011 by Pure Mobile

    As per one of the leading unlocked cell phone blog site, More than 150,000 Gmail accounts disappeared as a result of a bug. All of the information contained in the accounts was also deleted. Imagine losing years of conversations and contacts. The initial estimate was 0.29% of all Gmail accounts, but that estimate was revised and said to be sitting more around 0.08% by the end of the day. According to a number of different reports, the correspondence within these accounts was also deleted throughout the past weekend. Users were unable to log in to their accounts. Once the accounts had been restored, the information within the accounts was mysteriously missing.


    Essentially, the accounts were completely reset and all that was left was the user-name and login for the accounts. Google has maintained that they believe they will be able to restore all of the data that was lost. until that time, users will not be able to access their GMail accounts because of the issue.


    Google quickly released a statement ensuring users that they were hard at work on the issue and stated that they would be working hard to restore full data access for the affected accounts. This is the first time that users have seen a mass deleting of their accounts and it is not clear what might have caused the issue. All Google has said so far was that it was some kind of bug, which seems to be in line with other reports that were released shortly following the deletion of the accounts.


    Users have been asked to not contact support and instead to stay updated with the progress through press releases that google issues. All of the deleted accounts are on the same page and none will be restored publicly before others. Although it is a very large hiccup on Google’s part, it sounds as if everything will be restored.


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  • US Cellular announced three new plans today that are available for individuals with prepaid unlocked phones. The announcement comes just in time for the 2010 holiday season and the plans will include unlimited text messaging along with three different sets of minute plans. You can purchase 200, 400 or 100 minutes for your US Cellular prepaid device. Each of the plans will cost $29, $39, or $49. Plans of 400 minutes and above will also come with a monthly 5 gigabyte data plan.


    As prepaid calling has become more popular in recent years because they do not require a contractual agreement, smaller providers have added increased features and new plans for these devices. In the beginning, many providers only offered one standard prepaid plan, but US Cellular has expanded to three plans that give their customers added flexibility.


    The 200 minute plan is for the occasional phone user who likely only user their phone when they are out and about. the 400 minute plan also includes unlimited texting and picture messaging with 5 gigabytes of browsing data, and is geared toward individuals that are looking for the smart phone experience without having to agree to a contract. The 100 minute plan also overs unlimited text and video messaging, and is the step before their $69.99 prepaid plan which is also compatible with various smart phones and allows unlimited incoming calls on nights and weekends.


    Many carriers, both in the contractual and pre-paid space have made changes to their offered plans in recent weeks just in time for the holiday season. The competitive nature of the industry forces these companies to constantly compete with each other by adding features or lowering their prices. It will be interesting to see if other prepaid providers follow suit and change their prices and plans following the US Cellular announcement.


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  • HP’s webOS 2.0 will be making its way to tablets and larger phones, according to an announcement that was made by the company today. On the same day that the company announced that they had recorded large increases in revenue and profit throughout the last quarter, the announcement came that they were looking to further expand their webOS 2.0 operating system to encompass many more devices. With the Apple’s unlocked iphone 4 handset have a large market, it will be interesting to see which devices are targeted by the company with their new operating system.


    Scott Miles from HP demoed the OS earlier in the week, showing off an email application and the Chrome browser (the same chrome browser that runs on desktop machines) smoothly running on webOS 2.0.


    Perhaps the most interesting piece of the announcement was that apps for the IOS will scale to a number of different aspect ratios, allowing the apps to keep the same appearance and functionality form one device to another, whether it be a point and click device or a touchscreen device.


    Enyo is a project that the company has put a lot of stock into. Their ability to cater to what mobile users are looking for has made the new operating system highly anticipated, and the announcement that the OS will support larger devices and smaller devices utilizing the same software makes it a viable option for many different devices.



    Enyo will reportedly be available i the first quarter of 2011, and is expected to become a mainstay for years to come. The company also released a video that demoed some of the features from the software that was shown at the NYC technology convention earlier in the day. It will be interesting to see if the software garners enough attention from device manufacturers to compete with some of the larger operating system.


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