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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 Galaxy S6 Edge+ Catches On Fire While Charging

04/28/2016, It’s not everyday that you read about phones catching on fire or exploding, but the frequency of these reports are quite disturbing and we can only wonder when will it happen to us? That being said, it seems that there are new reports of a phone...

Apple Music On Android Gains Music Video Playback Support

04/28/2016, While Apple has released apps for other platforms in the past, it’s safe to say that Apple Music is probably the company’s first real effort at trying to reach a non-iOS audience. Unfortunately the launch of the Apple Music app on Android left much to...

Google Play Will Now Tell Users If An App Contains Ads

04/28/2016, There are apps that are free, and sometimes you might be wondering, why would any developer give an app away for free when they can easily charge money for it, especially if it is a very popular and useful app? When it comes to free apps, ads are one way...

BBM For Android Finally Gets Video Chat In Beta

04/28/2016, BlackBerry Messenger users on BlackBerry 10-powered devices have been able to make video calls for quite some time now, but this feature hasn’t been expanded to iOS and Android users as yet, even though they now form a significant chunk of the...

Instagram For Windows 10 Mobile Finally Launched

04/28/2016, Microsoft’s mobile platform faces one problem that iOS and Android don’t: apps. Developers just don’t prioritize its platform when they’re making apps, just like they don’t prioritize BlackBerry 10 OS. This is why it’s...

LG G3 Gets Marshmallow On AT&T And T-Mobile

04/28/2016, It’s about time that the LG G3 started getting the much-awaited Marshmallow update on carriers in the United States. According to a new report, the update is now available for this handset on AT&T and T-Mobile. It may not have been released...

Angry Birds Movie Secret Post-Credits Scene Will Need Your Phone

04/28/2016, As you might have heard, an Angry Birds movie is in the works and while it might seem like Rovio is trying to milk the franchise for all its worth, we have to admit that the trailer is pretty hilarious and hopefully the movie will be too. That being said...

Moto X (2016) Could Feature Snapdragon 820, 4GB Of RAM

04/28/2016, So far every year Motorola has released a Moto X handset, and unless the company announces otherwise, we can only assume that this year we will be looking at another Moto X device. In fact according to recent benchmark sightings, it seems that we could be...

AT&T To Decommission Its 2G EDGE Network By End Of 2016

04/28/2016, These days phones with 4G LTE support is kind of the standard, and in most developed countries, having access to 4G LTE networks is also expected and is the norm. This is versus many years ago where 3G was the fastest and where many users still largely...

Philips Releases Much-Needed Update For Its Hue Smartphone App

04/28/2016, The idea behind the Philips Hue connected bulbs is that you get to control it remotely and program it to do things regular light bulbs couldn’t. To achieve this, Philips obviously had to create an accompanying smartphone app, but unfortunately it seems...

Uber Testing New System To Discourage Late Passengers

04/28/2016, If you’re the type that tends to be late, in the future you could be facing some kind of financial penalty from Uber should you show up late for your ride. Right now Uber has a waiting time of 5 minutes in which users are expected to show up, if not...

Two BlackBerry Android Handsets Pictured In Leak

04/28/2016, While the BlackBerry Passport was a decent effort put out by the Canadian company, it’s safe to say that it was not as well-received compared to BlackBerry’s first ever Android effort, the BlackBerry Priv. In fact it was so well-received that...

Rumored HTC Nexus Handsets Codenamed ‘Marlin’ and ‘Sailfish’

04/28/2016, Given how well-received the Nexus 6P from Huawei is, it was rumored that Huawei could be in the running to make this year’s Nexus and a trademark for the “Huawei 7P” seems to have suggested. However it’s starting to look like that might no longer...