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  • Samsung Orion Spotted
    Posted on November 16, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Even though chips are not the most popular thing to talk about at the cool kids lunch table, this article would definitely be worth reading.  Many people would think that this would just be some ordinary, average chip – but really, it’s not.  It is much more than that actually.  The Orion has a dual core 1 GHz ARM Cortex A9 CPU with a quad-core Mali 400 GPU on board.  This was seen at the ARM Technology Conference sometime this week when they were showing “Linaro” Linux middleware, along with some stock Android 2.2 technology.


    All of the bugs were not worked out with the Samsung Orion, so they were not able to show what a HDTV would look like with it.  However, there was a demo given of Futuremark’s old Cyber Samurai benchmark which was running on a smaller screen.  This gave people a good idea of what this chip was capable of.  Many people were quite impressed as you might of guessed.


    The news keeps getting better.  There are also a lot of rumors going around that this chip will be in other products later this year into next year – and years to come.  People are really expecting this chip to help out other products, so there is a lot of excitement at this point.  Rumors have it that this will most likely end up in some other type of flagship phone soon such as the next Unlocked Galaxy Tab.  There is no word when all of the kinks will be worked out on this chip where people can be shown what a HDTV would look like with it, but they have been working non-stop on it over the past few days to get it fixed.  Pretty soon, we will get to see all of the capabilities that this chip possesses; there’s a lot to look forward to.


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  • The CEO and founder of Forrester research, George Colony recent said in a blog post that he thought that the CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, was a “one trick pony” and that he thought that he was overrated in Silicon Valley. Colony claimed that the statement was made because Zuckerberg has been unwilling to change Facebook’s looks and functionality throughout the its history. It is true that Zuckerberg has been reluctant to make huge, sweeping changes in his interface, but with good reason; every time Facebook changes its layout and functionality a large portion of the user base complains about the changes through their status updates.


    Throughout his blog post, Colony continues to take shots at Zuckerberg, claiming that he has the “raw material to be a great CEO,” but went on to say that Zuckerberg must first demonstrate that he can turn Facebook into the revenue generating machine that many feel that it should be. Facebook did not post a profitable quarter until several years after it was created, after the site implemented its current advertising system.


    Colony seems to think that Zuckerberg should be willing to go out on a limb with his 500 million person user base and explore different ways of monetizing the site. Of course, this can be tricky, as we saw with MySpace where ads and functionality issues seemingly ran many of the users off of the site. Colony might be jumping the gun a bit with this blog post. Other revered CEO’s, such as Steve Jobs, had over a decade to prove how worthy they were to their companies and went on to develop some of the most game-changing ideas in the technology space.


    It is strange that Colony would choose to criticize Zuckerberg so publicly, and seemingly toot his own horn. What is the point that Colony was attempting to make, and does he expect it to be well received by the younger generation in the tech community?


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  • DVPRemote iOS Application
    Posted on November 9, 2010 by Pure Mobile

    Looking for some more reliable applications to download on your cell phone?  Well look no further than the new DVPRemote iOS application.  This easily replaces your old Roku remote.  This new DVPRemote will enable your unlocked  iPhone 4 or IPod touch to act as your main control mechanism for any Roku set-top box you may have.  An application similar to this has been around the application store for quite some time actually, but this is a newly updated 2.0 version which is supposed to be a lot better.


    There is a completely different user interface which is very user friendly, and it even goes above and beyond to make your night go by smoothly.  There is actually a complete integration with Netflix that supports automated Instant Que navigation, full keyboard support for any screen that requires text entry, direct navigation to user-organizable Channels, toolbars for added channel functionality within Netflix and support for the new “Instant Replay”, “Back” buttons, and “Info.”  Not only that, but it is also works with iOS four’s background operation protocol.  This is huge news for people with that.


    This application is actually very cheap as well.  Right now you can find it in the applications store for only $2.99.  With its advantages over the old Roku Remote, there is really no reason not to make the switch.  You may think that you are better off just saving your money by keeping your old Roku remote, but if you read some of the information above, you would find out that this new remote has a lot better features that your old or current remote is not capable of doing.  For only $2.99, this is a can’t miss deal, and you should go ahead and ditch that old remote for a new one.  What is there for you to lose?


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  • Rogers has recently announced that they will be coming out with support for the new very oddly shaped device, released from the house of Motorola on the Android platform. This has been accompanied with another phone which is the BlackBerry Curve 9300 which is not much of a developed version of the 8520. The Unlocked BlackBerry Curve 9300 has been given the additional feature of 3G which was not there in the previous mobile phone. Rogers has joined Bell in the market when it comes to the release of the BlackBerry 9300. Both of these are pretty awaited releases and hence we believe that it will be received with much excitement among the users in the country.


    The Motorola Unlocked (Flipout) will be released for the first time in North America with this release although the verdict is still to come out on this handset. Though oddly shaped, this mobile phone packs the Android 2.1 and is surely a phone which the new buyers can consider but for themoreexperienced; it is an option which is not really pretty favorable due to its really awkward shape and the swivel design which we are not big fans of. The release of this phone was announced as far back as the month of June. In terms of the features, it gives you the happenings and messages set of widgets which you can use to get all the information from your social networking profile. There are also other features like the screen customization and data manager which allows you to manage your screen arrangement and data usage respectively. In terms of the phone, we are not really impressed with the BlackBerry but we feel that it is natural that Bell went for this as it did not carry the 8530. The Motorola Flipout is available for $29.99 for a three year contract and BlackBerry Unlocked Curve 9300 is available for $79.99 on a similar contract.




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