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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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TouchPad Emulator Beta 5 leaked, Mojo compatibility mode revealed

05/27/2011, HP has released several versions of the TouchPad emulator for HP webOS 3.0 in recent weeks, alongside the Enyo SDK (Software Development Kit) into the Early Access Program, and it has been revealed that there will be a Mojo compatibility mode inside,...

Dock Fan for iPhone keeps you cool

05/27/2011, Now we all know that the iPhone is no doubt one of the coolest phones in the world, with the ability to do everything thanks to the fact there’s an app for pretty much anything. But there are some things that even an app can’t do – like keeping...

Giant Vodafone truck juices up to 2,000 phones simultaneously

05/26/2011, Have you ever attended a conference or showfloor that requires more than a day’s walk around to cover every single exhibitor there? Amidst all the flurry of talking, interviews and generally renewing contacts, surely you would also be involved in...

ooVoo video chat app for iPhone released

05/26/2011, If you want to make video calls, you’ve got a whole plethora of options to choose from on your iPhone. There’s FaceTime that comes default with your phone, and then there’s Skype, Tango, Yahoo!, Fring  and so on. Most of these apps will...

Moodagent Music App For BlackBerry

05/26/2011, Moodagent is a popular music mobile application that allows users to select and play music according to their mood on various mobile phones.  The iPhone application was launched in September 2009 and has been downloaded over one million times. The...

eBay and PayPal to sue Google with Google Wallet launch

05/26/2011, eBay and their own payment subsidiary, PayPal, did not greet Google’s most recent introduction, Google Wallet, with open arms. No sir, they instead followed up the launch by going straight to the courts – suing Google and a couple of...

HTC backtracks on locked bootloader policy

05/26/2011, We did cover news that HTC might just review the locked bootloader policy after HTC fans who are involved in the homebrew scene used the power of social networking to get the attention of the top brass at HTC to consider their request. Not too long after...

Giant Vodafone trucks to keep phones juiced at large events

05/26/2011, It looks like Vodafone really is working hard to get its brand out there. Earlier this month, we reported that they would be equipping over 500 taxis with mobile phone chargers for people always on the go and need their devices to stay juiced. Now...

Nokia to support Symbian devices until 2016

05/26/2011, Even though we know that Nokia has abandoned Symbian in favor of Windows Phone 7, it looks like it’s going to take them a long time to let go. According to the latest interview Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop had with Nokia Conversations he plans to...

Netflix for Android updated to support more devices

05/26/2011, While Netflix for Android was launched with only five devices supported, it looks like the company is working hard to get it on as many Android phones as possible. A new update for the Android app was released today, bringing the total number of supported...