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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 Play apps now support subscription billing

05/24/2012, Google has just announced that Android apps will soon be able to support a subscription model so that apps developers can charge users on a recurring basis to access in-app services or content. This opens new possibilities for many genres of Android...

Sharp and Foxconn Team Up for Next iPhone Display Plant in China

05/24/2012, A report from Japan’s Nikkei business newspaper (via MacRumors) indicate that Foxconn and Sharp which previously entered into a partnership to further advance LCD technology; will be teaming up at a new plant in Chengdu, China to produce displays for...

Sony ST26i spotted in benchmark

05/24/2012, Scrolling through page after page of benchmarks is not exactly the best job in the world, as it can get rather tedious and monotonous after a while. However, there is a very good reason to play close attention to benchmark readings, especially when we are...

Nokia: More PureView handsets coming your way

05/24/2012, Nokia has confirmed that they will not rest on their laurels with the Nokia 808 PureView smartphone which boasts of a 41-megapixel camera embedded within, making it the highest resolution smartphone camera to date. Well, according to Nokia’s Head of...

Huawei Ascend P1 drops by the FCC

05/24/2012, Whenever a device makes an appearance over at the FCC, you can be sure that an approval would signal a release date date that is getting closer and closer to its arrival for that particular device. Well, the Huawei Ascend P1 has decided to pop over at the...

ZTE smartphones have 3D homescreen for that touch of class

05/24/2012, Samsung has their TouchWiz UI, while HTC has the HTC Sense platform, where both of them offer something more compared to the stock Android user interface. Well, ZTE and their range of Android-powered smartphones do have something special, too, thanks to...

Bump for iOS and Android Updated; Can Send Photos to Your Desktop

05/24/2012, When the Bump application was first released awhile back, it became a craze and people were bumping their phones together all the time sending over photos and other things. Now apparently, both the iOS and the Android version of the application have...

Google+ for Android updated with new look and features

05/24/2012, A couple of weeks ago, the Google+ app was updated for iOS devices ahead of Android. A little weird since Android belongs to Google, so you’d think that they would get the update first, right? Regardless the Android update was expected to follow shortly...

No Android 4.0 update for the Sony Xperia Play?

05/24/2012, A while back, Sony released a beta version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for the Xperia Play, but there have been reports of stability issues with some games running on the device. Based on the silence so far, many had assumed that Sony was hard at...

NVIDIA Icera LTE Modem validated on AT&T LTE

05/24/2012, NVIDIA has just announced that its Icera 410 LTE modem has been tested and validated by AT&T to operate on its network. Although this is a great step for NVIDIA, don’t expect to see a Tegra 3 chip with integrated 4G LTE anytime soon....

Gizmon introduces three clip-on lenses for the iPhone

05/24/2012, We’ve seen iPhone cases that come with built-in lenses that protrude outwards, making it a highly inconvenient case to be carried around especially if you’re the type that usually puts your phone in your pocket. However if you’ve always wanted that...

Patent reveals that Apple had plans for a stylus

05/24/2012, We’re sure that many of you guys are probably aware of Apple’s stance regarding the stylus, which for those unfamiliar is a no-no. This is why we have to admit that we were pretty surprised when a patent was discovered that was filed by Apple that...

AT&T to refarm 2G spectrum in New York City

05/24/2012, Safe to say there are still plenty of AT&T subscribers who might still be stuck on feature phones or devices that can’t support 3G speeds or higher, and instead will have to turn to 2G networks. Well it seems that AT&T has announced that...