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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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Could Apple’s Next iPhone Be A Foldable Device?

11/28/2017, Flip phones, which we suppose was the original foldable phone, are poised to make a comeback, except that this time they’ll be sporting full touchscreen displays. Samsung is rumored to be one of the companies leading the charge with a handset known as...


Samsung Reportedly Testing Android Oreo For The Galaxy S9

11/28/2017, Unless Samsung has a change of heart or strategy, the launch of the Galaxy S9 (and presumably the Galaxy S9+) in 2018 is more or less a given. What is also a given is that Samsung will most likely launch the handset with Android 8.0 Oreo preinstalled, or...

Samsung Acquires AI Startup To Boost Bixby’s Capabilities

11/28/2017, Samsung’s attempt at digital assistants isn’t new as we have seen the company try with the S Voice, although Samsung did appear to make a renewed effort when they acquired Viv Labs last year which resulted in Bixby, the digital assistant found on the...

Razer Phone Gets Put Through A Series Of Torture Tests

11/28/2017, Some of us buy phones that will last us for years on end, while others buy the latest and greatest phones simply because they just want the best money can buy. If you’re the type that holds onto their phones for years, then chances are you’ll want...

Google Survey Hints At YouTube Edition Android Phone

11/27/2017, With Razer launching an Android smartphone catered towards gamers, does this mean that in the future we might be able to expect more specialty phones? We’ve seen phones designed for rugged use, now a phone for gamers, so could a specialty phone designed...

Woman Pays $100 For iPhone 6, Gets A Box Of Potatoes Instead

11/27/2017, There is that popular saying where if something is too good to be true, it generally is. However we suppose sometimes a deal might be too good to pass up for some people, and a recent example took place in Wisconsin, where a woman thought she was getting...

YouTube Go Is Out Of Beta, Available In Some Parts Of The World

11/27/2017, Most of us tend to take our fast and stable internet speeds for granted, but there are some parts of the world where having a connection is already considered a luxury. This is why we’ve started to see how some companies are creating “lite” versions...

New Video Proves iPhone X’s Face ID Can Be Tricked By Masks

11/27/2017, While facial recognition tech isn’t new, many are understandably curious about the iPhone X’s Face ID and the TrueDepth camera system. During the iPhone X’s unveiling, Apple claimed to have worked with mask makers to ensure that the system could not...

The ‘Substitute Phone’ Helps Curb Smartphone Addiction

11/27/2017, If you find yourself checking your smartphone a couple of times every hour, or maybe more, you’re definitely not alone in this. It is becoming an increasingly common sight where you see people who are out with friends but yet spend all their time on...

Microsoft Launches Chinese-Learning App Powered By AI

11/27/2017, When it comes to learning languages, there are various apps for that which makes learning on the go and by oneself easier. However sometimes having a little help or guidance can go a long way, which is why Microsoft has since launched a new app aimed at...

There’s A New iOS 11 Autocorrect Bug Making Its Rounds

11/27/2017, Autocorrect has been a feature on virtual keyboards for the longest time ever, and even before that the T9 predictive text on feature phones sort of acted as an autocorrect in its own way. Basically this goes to say that for something that’s been around...

LG V30 And V30+ Android 8.0 Oreo Beta Released

11/27/2017, There are quite a few OEMs that are running Android 8.0 Oreo beta programs for their flagship smartphones. Samsung is one of them and Essential is another. LG has joined the list as well by releasing the Android 8.0 Oreo beta for the LG V30 and V30+. The...