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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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Sprint Could Offer Wi-Fi Calling Eventually

01/17/2014, Word on the street has it that Sprint is currently working to roll out a Wi-Fi calling system of their own, as evident by the Sprint training materials that can be seen above – or at the very least, a screenshot of it. Sprint Wi-Fi Calling would be...

Lava Iris Pro 30 Announced

01/17/2014, Lava recently introduced a new range of smartphones that carried the theme of “Art meets Smart”. The Lava Iris Pro 30 happens to be the first handset in the family, and it will also have the honor of being the flagship model for this...

LG G3 Rumored May 17th Release

01/17/2014, The LG G2 was LG’s flagship smartphone for 2013 and given that the handset was relatively well-received, we can only assume that LG has a successor planned. Given that the phone was released in September 2013, we expect that LG will only release it in...

iPhone 5c With Damaged Screens Can Be Repaired In-Store

01/17/2014, When rumors of a budget iPhone started to make its rounds on the Internet, many people were wondering, and probably anticipating, for a handset that will be able to deliver all of the bells and whistles of the standard issue iPhone, and yet cost just a...

China Mobile Begins To Sell New iPhones Today

01/17/2014, Well, it had to happen, and there definitely was not going to be any two ways about it – the world’s largest smartphone market, China, deserves cranking out the iPhone 5s as well as the “budget” iPhone 5c. China Mobile’s partnership with...

Huawei Ascend G6 Looks Like The P6, But Has Underwhelming Specs

01/17/2014, For every single smartphone that is in the market, chances are you will end up with a model that has slightly lesser specifications (in comparison to high end models, that is), which is a good thing. After all, not everyone is rich enough to own the...

JiaYu F1 Smartphone Costs Just $49

01/17/2014, Not all smartphones are created equal, which is why the price for each smartphone differs – and greatly, too, depending on which end of the spectrum that you are looking from. Surely we have heard of smartphones that cost $49, but more often than...

NSA ‘Collected 200 Million Texts’ Daily

01/16/2014, One of the more unpopular government bodies within the US would surely be the US National Security Agency, or the NSA for short, where they have allegedly collected and stored nearly 200 million text messages in a single day worldwide, at least according...

Final Design Of LG Optimus F3Q For T-Mobile Leaked

01/16/2014, Phones these days seem to do away with the need for physical keyboards, unlike in the past. In fact phones these days seem to sport extremely large displays that blurs the line between smartphone and tablet, but with that being said, is there a market for...

LG G Flex Display Develops Bubbles After Continuous Flexing

01/16/2014, Back in 2013, LG unveiled the G Flex, a phone with a dramatically curved display that was announced shortly after Samsung’s own Galaxy Round efforts. Now what made the LG G Flex particular interesting was how the phone had self-healing powers whereby...

Alleged HTC M8 Case Hints At Fingerprint Scanner

01/16/2014, Come MWC 2014, many are expecting HTC to announce the successor to the HTC One from back in 2013, which at the moment has been tentatively known as the HTC M8. Now thanks to a case supposedly designed for the HTC M8, the cutouts in the case has suggested...

T-Mobile Sports The Second Lowest Churn Rate For Q4 2013

01/16/2014, Different customers have different expectations when it comes to carriers. Some are looking for the cheapest plan, some are looking for the fastest speeds, some choose a carrier because they like the image they portray, and some choose a carrier for its...