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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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iTunes App Store Expected To Reach 5 Million Apps By 2020

08/11/2016, With iOS and Android being the dominant smartphone platforms, it isn’t surprising to see why developers have opted to develop for both platforms as opposed to other platforms, such as BlackBerry 10, Windows 10 Mobile, or Tizen. This is also why it...

Lenovo Teases New Moto Mods Ahead Of IFA 2016

08/11/2016, While the new Moto Z handsets certainly do pack quite a punch, one of its unique features would be the ability to accept modules called Moto Mods. This allows users to attach a variety of modules to the phone, enhancing the experience and in a way, adding...

Sony Promises Fix For Quadrooter Vulnerability

08/11/2016, A few days ago, it was reported that a new Android vulnerability was discovered called Quadrooter. This is a pretty bad vulnerability because it basically affects devices with Qualcomm chipsets, and with Qualcomm being the leading chipset supplier to the...

Fingerprint Scanners: How They Work

08/11/2016, Fingerprint scanners are fast becoming a standard feature, trickling from the high-end to lower-tier phones. Soon enough, they will be on most phones because they bring a convenient form of security that is much more convenient than a password (and long...

T-Mobile Stopped Selling HTC 10 Just Two Months After Launch

08/11/2016, The HTC 10 is the company’s flagship smartphone for 2016 but it hasn’t done well for itself in the market even though it was quite a departure from the flagship smartphones that HTC came out with over the past few years. It also got good...

Apple Fires Back At Australian Banks, Calls Them A Cartel

08/11/2016, While Apple Pay has officially launched in Australia, not all of the country’s major banks have come on board. In fact just last month, the major Australian banks requested permission from the country’s competition regulator to join forces in an...

Samsung Seemingly Confirms 6GB Galaxy Note 7 Variant

08/11/2016, Yesterday we reported that according to the rumors, Samsung was working on a variant of the Galaxy Note 7 with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. This is versus the current model which has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It was also reported that this...

The LG V20 Will Be First Smartphone With Quad DACs

08/10/2016, So we know that the LG V20 is real and that it will launch with Android 7.0 Nougat in tow. We have also received confirmation that it will be unveiled on the 6th of September, and interestingly enough it seems that LG is slowly teasing the specs of the...

Exynos Chipset Clocked at 4.0GHz Rumored For The Galaxy S8

08/10/2016, The chipsets on phones is important to its performance, kind of like picking a processor for your PC. There are many things to take into consideration, like how many cores there are, how efficient it is, and of course, how fast it is. So far the phones...

Alleged Apple A10 SoC Photo Leaked

08/10/2016, Assuming Apple does not change the way they name their products, this year’s iPhone will most likely be powered by the A10 chipset, and thanks to a recently leaked photo, an image of the A10 chipset has made its way online. The photo doesn’t really...