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Mobile phones are without a doubt our most personal and intimate computers. They are with us at all times, and we have become extremely reliant on them. At Ubergizmo we follow the latest developments, products and rumors of this extremely vibrant eco-system. Don’t miss a beat, and don’t forget that Ubergizmo is mobile-friendly too!

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Samsung Max Launched, Will Replace Opera Max

02/23/2018, Several years ago, Opera launched Opera Max which for those unfamiliar, is an app for mobile devices that was designed to help reduce data consumption and also provide users with VPN-like features. However last year Opera announced that Opera Max would be...

Sony Might Have A ‘Surprise’ Launch At MWC 2018

02/23/2018, Sony has pretty much confirmed that they will be at MWC 2018, although the question is what will they be unveiling at the event? Some have suggested a new flagship phone, and recent benchmarks have suggested that there could be three mid-rangers in the...


Google Assistant Will Recognize The Language You Are Speaking

02/23/2018, At the moment most digital assistants support various languages. However you usually have to set the language at the start, and if you want to switch languages later you will have to go into the settings and make the necessary changes. However Google is...

Google Officially Announces ARCore 1.0

02/23/2018, According to an earlier report, Google was rumored to officially announce the launch of ARCore at MWC 2018, but it seems that Google decided to launch it earlier than expected as they have since officially announced ARCore 1.0. ARCore was officially...

Apple’s 2018 iPhone X Will Not Be Priced Lower Than $899

02/23/2018, We know that many weren’t too thrilled with the iPhone X’s asking price last year, where the base model was priced starting at $999 which is a considerable jump in price compared to a few years ago. However if you were hoping that Apple would make its...

Ghostbusters Augmented Reality Game In The Works

02/23/2018, With the massive success that Niantic experienced with Pokemon GO, it basically opened up the door for more augmented reality (AR) games as it proved that the technology could be used successfully for gaming, especially when paired with extremely popular...

Street Fighter IV Champion Edition Is Finally On Android

02/23/2018, Last year the folks at Capcom launched Street Fighter IV Champion Edition for iOS devices, leaving many to wonder if and when the game will find its way onto Android. The good news is that it looks like Android gamers won’t have to wait any longer...

Dark Mode Could Finally Be Coming To Android P [Update]

02/23/2018, Update – Apparently not anymore. According to Google, this was a “miscommunication with the team”. We guess Android users will just have to keep waiting for dark mode. For several years now we have seen Google tease the possibility of...

Apple App Store Listings Now Allow Up To 10 Screenshots

02/22/2018, As is the case with most developers selling apps, you can find screenshots of the app you’re about to purchase in app stores like that of the iTunes App Store. However in case you didn’t realize, Apple had put a limit on the number of screenshots that...

Developer Uses ARKit To Bring Horror Movie ‘The Ring’ To Life

02/22/2018, We know that Apple is interested in augmented reality technology, as the company’s CEO Tim Cook has extolled the virtues of the tech many times in the past. We’ve also seen them team up with other companies to help take advantage of the technology,...

Apple Explains How They Created Portrait Lighting

02/22/2018, With the iPhone 7 Plus, Apple introduced a new feature to its camera called Portrait Mode which attempts to mimic the bokeh effects produced by DSLRs and mirrorless cameras. Then with the iPhone X, Apple introduced Portrait Lighting, which basically tries...

Apple Pay Used On 16% Of Active iPhones Worldwide

02/22/2018, With there being so many mobile payment platforms to choose from, it’s safe to say that users are kind of spoilt for choice. Not to mention there are some retailers who refuse to cater to any of the existing platforms and instead choose to create their...