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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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ZOMM Wireless Leash Plus keeps your iPhone safe

12/06/2011, We’ve covered the ZOMM Wireless Leash in the past and now its creators have come up with a new version called the Wireless Leash Plus. In case you’re unfamiliar with the wireless leash, it’s basically a Bluetooth device that pairs up...

Huawei Honor Unboxing, and first impressions

12/06/2011, We’ve just received this Huawei Honor, aka Huawei U8860, from Hong Kong and this is what in the box: the phone itself, a 1930mAh battery (!), a charger, documentation and a USB  cable. The phone itself is light (weight w/ battery) and its design is...

Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket goes up in smoke

12/06/2011, Talk about living up to its namesake: one Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket, which is yet another variant of the hugely successful Samsung Galaxy S2 range, recently combusted in the confines of the owner’s pocket. Good thing there was no serious injury...

Grand Theft Auto 3 arrives on iOS and Android platforms next week

12/06/2011, The Grand Theft Auto franchise really took off in a big way when it hit the PS2, and the discovery of the Hot Coffee mod made it all the more famous, where you could wreak havoc in full 3D glory while getting your pent up carnal frustration loose in a...

Android Market celebrates 10 billion app downloads

12/06/2011, There’s no doubt that Android has been seeing a lot of success in recent months. The popular mobile operating system has been widely adopted all over the world and it shows – especially by the number of apps that have been downloaded from the...

Sprint deemed the worst iPhone network by study

12/06/2011, If you are going to purchase an iPhone 4, one of the more recent stories over at Forbes says that Sprint is probably not the best network to be tied down to if you are about to pick up Apple’s smartphone. It seems as though the iPhone’s top data...

MobileOne and iPhone to fight crime

12/06/2011, “There’s an app for that” is a statement that has certainly made its mark in the second half of the last decade, thanks to the explosive boom of the iPhone in terms of its popularity and endearment. Well, it seems that the iPhone is...

Sony Ericsson Xperia active is ready to rock and roll

12/06/2011, Here is yet another Sony Ericsson smartphone to hit the masses, where it will sport the Xperia name – which means that it is guaranteed of getting an Ice Cream Sandwich update in due time. The Sony Ericsson Xperia active is a rugged device that is...

Verizon Galaxy Nexus to retail for $299 on contract

12/06/2011, We know pretty much everything about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus except its official price and release date on Verizon and well, today it looks like we can cancel one off the list (hint: it’s not the release date). According to the Wall Street...

Mobile Gadgets Trends

12/06/2011, Laptops: thinner, cheaper, more powerful and… touch-based Back in 2007, Asus created the Netbook category with the launch of the Eee PC at Computex Taipei, a tiny laptop that cost less than $200. The product was a response to the OLPC, an...

ZTE Blade V881 sequel sees marginally better specs

12/06/2011, Just like any good movie, phones too, have sequels as well as the third iteration. Take a look at the iPad followed by the iPad 2 (OK, so that is a tablet, but it goes to show just how popular such a naming convention can get), and if you need a...

Scanomat TopBrewer brews you a cup of coffee via your iPhone/iPad

12/06/2011, Ever wished you had a faucet that could dispense you coffee while being controlled via your iPhone? Okay to be honest that would be a rather weird wish and we’re not sure how many of you guys actually have that, but the good folks down at Scanomat have...