OnePlus has been teasing bits and pieces of information about its upcoming handset as the company will soon be launching the OnePlus 6 officially. While it has yet to properly unveil the device, the company has revealed some details about the handset and offers some hints too one of which recently suggested that this might be the company’s first water-resistant device. Another hint that it has dropped recently suggests that the OnePlus 6 may have a ceramic back.
Read full post →OnePlus 6 Ceramic Back Is A Possibility




Virtual assistants have become quite common over the past year and it’s no longer surprising to hear whenever it’s reported that a tech company is now working on its own smart assistant. Similar reports have also surfaced about Huawei and word on the street now is that Huawei’s assistant is going to have higher emotional intelligence than its rivals. The company’s AI assistant team has apparently been inspired by the movie Her.
Read full post →Huawei’s Assistant Will Reportedly Have High Emotional Intelligence


#IFAGPC18 – Ubergizmo has been invited to the IFA Global Press Conference in Rome to attend multiple briefings and product showcases, in advance of the IFA Conference that will be held at the end of August in Berlin.

Yesterday, I was happy to see a historic Italian brand in the sale of electronics, Radionovelli, announcing its own high-end piece of hardware in the shape of an elegant Android-powered 4G FM/Dab/internet radio equipped with a 7-inch touchscreen, a webcam, a CD/DVD player, and more.

Read full post →Radionovelli Announced 4G Radio at IFA GPC 2018


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The option to switch between dark and light modes in apps aren’t new, but they are typically offered from app to app which means that should a developer choose not to include it, there’s not much users can do. This is why there are calls for companies to implement it on an OS-wide level. Read full post →WebKit Code Hints At Dark Mode For macOS 10.14


One of the features of Samsung’s more recent phones is that they come with a dedicated hardware button that lets users launch Bixby at the press of a button. Now it looks like LG could be borrowing the feature for its upcoming LG G7 ThinQ which is expected to be the company’s next flagship. Read full post →LG G7 ThinQ Rumored To Feature Dedicated Google Assistant Button


These days we’re starting to see more traditional education institutions offer online courses for those who want to learn a new subject but don’t have time to go to school in person, live in another country, or who are looking for a more affordable course than paying for a full diploma or degree. Read full post →Full Sail University Will Use VR To Help Online Students Feel Less Isolated


It goes without saying that Apple’s A12 chipset that will probably find its way into 2018’s iPhones and iPads will be faster and more powerful than its predecessor. However exactly how much faster are we talking about? Apparently it will be about 20% faster and 40% more efficient, or that’s what the speculation is at the moment. Read full post →Apple’s A12 Chipset Could Be 20% Faster, 40% More Efficient


When you shop online, you are usually presented with several ways of payment. The most common way would be to either use your credit card directly, or more often than not you will find PayPal as one of the options as well which is one of the more popular ways of making online payments. Read full post →Credit Card Companies Planning New Checkout Button To Compete With PayPal


Going on holiday is usually a relaxing thing to do, but different people have different ways of relaxing, and if playing games is your way to taking a load off, then the Hilton hotel in Panama might be worth checking out. Why, you ask? This is because the hotel has furnished a room complete with Alienware hardware. Read full post →Hilton Hotel In Panama Has An Alienware Gaming Room


If you bought a 13-inch MacBook Pro without Touch Bar between October 2016 to October 2017, it seems that you might be eligible for a battery replacement. This is because Apple has recently launched a battery replacement program for the laptop where they claim that there is an issue with its battery. Read full post →Apple Launches Battery Replacement Program For Some 13-inch MacBook Pros