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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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Google Places provides better content access

05/18/2011, Google seems to have their hand in so many cookie jars via a bunch of widgets, apps and services, that we start to wonder just how life was before Google ambled along. Google Places is a way to make it a whole lot easier for you to inform your family,...

DRY-ALL helps make your wet phones work again

05/18/2011, If you dropped your phone in water and you think that it may never work again, don’t fret. A solution is here. The folks over at DRY-ALL have come up with a product called the Wet Cell Phone Emergency Kit. Touted to have a 100% success rate (when...

Pantech Vega Racer is ready to rock and roll

05/18/2011, Tablets are clearly forming quite the formidable market to exploit – nay, build upon by manufacturers who want a slice of the pie. After all, with Google promising to solve the Android fragmentation problem with an upcoming Android operating system...

LG to release Optimus 2X patch

05/18/2011, As reported by quite a number of early adopters, the LG Optimus 2X seems to be plagued by a number of annoying issues such as random reboots and shutdowns. There hasn’t been an explanation to why all these problems are happening, but LG has...

Unnamed webOS devices spotted

05/18/2011, A webOS developer (a forum member of PalmPre France as well) actually managed to uncover new and upcoming machines that HP had been testing – in secret. Among them would be a HP TochPad with a physical keyboard in a log that was dated April 14th,...

Proposal by Android app

05/18/2011, If you’re looking for an app to help you propose to somebody there is an app for that – but unfortunately it’s not available on the App Store. That’s what romantic geek, Jon Hodgson found out when he wanted to propose to his...

Motorola Droid X2 officially announced

05/18/2011, After all the leaks, rumors, photographs, videos and speculations, it took Verizon and Motorola their sweet time, but they finally did it. Earlier today, the two companies officially announced the launch of the Droid X2. With all its specs confirmed prior...

Monster Hunter: Dynamic Hunting coming soon on the iPhone

05/18/2011, Monster Hunter is one of the most popular games for the PlayStation Portable, and is probably one of the main reasons why the console sold so well. Well it looks like Capcom is going to try their hand at porting over the monster hunting magic to the...

Lockitron turns your phone into a door key

05/18/2011, We’ve seen our fair share of interesting locks and alarm systems around here, but until now we’ve yet to see an app used to unlock a door.  Apigy has released an app for smartphones called Lockitron. Used in conjunction with the Lockitron...

New LG P930 device hinted in an XML file could be a smartphone

05/18/2011, LG has been pretty big on Android recently, releasing quite a number of high-end devices running the operating system. And now it looks like they’ve got one more to add to the equation. This time it’s an Android device that bears the model...

RIM and BlackBerry fun facts compiled into an infographic

05/18/2011, Geekaphone released an infographic aimed at enlightening the public about the history of RIM and its BlackBerry devices. If you’ve always wanted to know why people love the device so much, you could hit it up for a crash course on the phone’s...

Android Security Fix Coming

05/18/2011, It was previously reported by German security researchers Bastian Könings, Jens Nickels, and Florian Schaub (University of Ulm) that 99.7% of Android phones were vulnerable to snooping and that their data (contacts, calendar) could be accessed by a 3rd...

Motorola Droid X2 costs $600 sans contract

05/18/2011, It goes without saying that an unlocked handset will be much more expensive compared to one that has you tied down to a 2-year contract, and some of us might want to change our hardware more often than we originally thought. Well, the scenario of cheaper...