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You may not like: htctitan.com but that one you are going to love. Although the HTC 7 Mozart Smart Phone is a great cell phone, you should know about the pros and cons of this device before you consider buying one. This phone is available in the United Kingdom, though it has primarily been marketed in Australia. It has a Windows operating system, which can be considered a plus or minus depending on your outlook. Let’s look more deeply into the HTC 7 Mozart and help you decide if it’s worth trying.
If you want to get some impressive sound quality from this phone, which is, after all, named after Mozart, you can easily do this. All you have to do is get the Sound Enhancer app, which is free to download. You’ll be able to get equalizer and surround sound effects using this. This is something you’ll appreciate not only when you listen to music but also when watching videos on your phone.
The equalizer mixes vocal levels, bass and treble, so you can monitor and adjust the sound as you want. You can easily make adjustments with this app and change any settings. You’ll notice the effects of the Sound Enhancer app if you have a good pair of headphones to listen with. Many people are initially drawn to the way the HTC 7 Mozart is designed. It’s constructed from one piece of aluminum, giving it a very solid look and feel. Many modern devices, even costly ones, give you the feeling of fragility, which isn’t the case with the HTC 7. Today, electronic devices are often valued for their look as well as for what they can actually do. HTC obviously put some thought and creativity into the design of the HTC 7 Mozart, which can make it more fun to carry around with you.
One limitation of the HTC 7 Mozart is geographical -it’s only been officially released on the UK and Australia. Amazon and other retail sites sell an international edition of this phone, but with limited support and warranty. As this isn’t the cheapest smart phone you can buy, it’s probably not the wisest choice for people who live in the US or other places where the HTC 7 Mozart hasn’t been released. If you’re going to spend close to $400 on a device, it’s good to know that you have access to support if you need it, or can return it if there’s a problem. If you like the HTC brand, it has other models of smart phones that are available in the US and other countries. Therefore, the HTC 7 Mozart is primarily a smart phone for Australians and UK residents. A combination of smart phone and entertainment center, the HTC 7 Mozart smartphone may be what you are looking for. As with all technological devices, there are limitations that you will encounter. Most Mac users will not be that interested in a phone that operates off of a Windows operating system. Limited primarily by the support you may receive, mostly due to its geographic location being in the UK and Australia, the HTC 7 Mozart smartphone may not give you the customer service you are used to having.
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inger’s first Believe single sells more than 500,000 copies in its first week.
By Jocelyn Vena
<P>As expected, <a href="http://www.mtv.com/music/artist/bieber_justin/artist.jhtml">Justin Bieber</a>'s new single <a href="/news/articles/1681935/justin-bieber-boyfriend-believe-release.jhtml">"Boyfriend"</a> has made an impressive debut. After dropping last Monday, the song has sold 520,000 downloads in its first week.</P><P>The number is particularly meaningful since it places him at #2 in all-time first-week singles sales. Flo Rida's track "Right Round," featuring a then up-and-coming Ke$ha, has the Biebs beat, according to <a href="http://www.hitsdailydouble.com/news/rumormill.cgi" target="_blank">Hits Daily Double</a>. Flo's track sits at #1 with 636,000 units moved. Other big sellers include the Black Eyed Peas' "Boom Boom Pow" with 465,000 in downloads (#3), and Mother Monster herself, Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" selling 447,000 (#4).</P><P><center><embed src="http://media.mtvnservices.com/mgid:uma:video:mtv.com:754722/cp~vid%3D754722%26uri%3Dmgid%3Auma%3Avideo%3Amtv.com%3A754722" width="460" height="260" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowFullScreen="true" allowScriptAccess="always" base="."></embed></center></P><P>Not only are fans gobbling up the single, but his real-life girlfriend, Selena Gomez, has given the song two thumbs up. "Is it my ring tone? No. I didn't even know you could make it a ring tone," Gomez told <a href="http://www.eonline.com/news/selena_gomez_talks_spring_breakers/305553#ixzz1qyrPXFed" target="_blank">E! News</a>. "It is a great song."</P><P>Bieber is hardly resting on his laurels. The teen star is back in the studio working on <i>Believe.</i> He explained on Twitter that the album, for which "Boyfriend" is the lead single, will <i>go there.</i> "Here making music addressing the past and the rumors, clearing it all up in the music. Im putting it all out there on this album. #BELIEVE," he <a href="https://twitter.com/#!/justinbieber" target="_blank">tweeted</a>.</P><P>He also tweeted out silly videos of himself acting goofy on mock-up sets of the "Boyfriend" video, which he shot last week. In one, he stands in front of a green screen of icy land and in another he stands in front of a green screen of a fireplace.</P><P>Of course, Bieber already shared that there really will be <a href="/news/articles/1682156/justin-bieber-explains-boyfriend-video.jhtml">fire and ice</a> in the video. "The concept of this video, I mean it's not like a steady concept," he explained to MTV News on the Cali-based set in between shots. "It's not like 'Justin follows this girl to this spot.' No, it's a bunch of amazing scenes: Like a fire scene, we have an ice scene.</P><P>"It's kind of like bouncing back and forth," he said. "And then there's scenes of me and just a bunch of girl dancers, and just some great shots, great artistic shots, great shots of me smiling. It's fun."</p>
Tom Cruise was snapped rushing out to greet Katie Holmes as she returned home in NYC this afternoon. Katie’s television miniseries ‘The Kennedys‘ premiered last week – have you been watching? What do you think so far? Photos by Fame
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SISTER: Now, Jack, if a stranger says, “Come here, I want to show you something,” what do you do?
JACK: I turn around and run!
SISTER: If a stranger says, “Come here, I want to give you some candy,” what do you do?
JACK: I turn around and run!
SISTER: If a stranger says, “Come here, I want to show you my puppy,” what do you do?
JACK: Oh, I love puppies…