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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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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...

NTT DoCoMo has a diverse buffet of smartphones released

05/18/2011, Is too much of a good thing bad for you? Perhaps, but not for a select group of techies who think that you can never have too much choice. If that is the case, then you would do well to check out the delectable spread of smartphones over in Japan from NTT...

Sharp AQUOS Phone IS11H introduced

05/17/2011, After introducing an AQUOS phone last week, it looks like Sharp has another AQUOS Android phone up its sleeve. This time, it’s one that sports a very interesting form factor – it has a slide out numerical keypad. Instead of the QWERTY keyboards...

Western Digital updates WD Photos for iOS and Android devices

05/17/2011, Western Digital, manufacturers of hard drives and the WD TV media player has just introduced the latest version of WD Photos photo viewer app which now has support for WD TV Live Hub media center. For folks with the WD TV media player, you can now stream...

Are We in an ARM Bubble?

05/17/2011, At the moment, a single company is at the very core of the mobile revolution: ARM. From its glorious debuts as Advanced RISC Machine, a computer maker, to its fall to oblivion, to its re-birth as the premier intellectual property provider for mobile...

Samsung Omnia 7 patch released

05/17/2011, While Microsoft still have yet to rectify the Windows Phone 7 upgrade problems with the Samsung Omnia, it looks like Samsung has decided to take measures into its own hands. The Korean manufacturer seems to have discovered a way to fix the errors that the...

Day Maker gets toaster inspiration for design

05/17/2011, You would be quite the nutcase if you were to slip your super slim iPhone into one of the two slots on a toaster, thinking that it were an iPhone dock instead. Of course, such a crazy move might just be used as a catalyst for those who want something...

Sony Ericsson ST18i and CK15i leaked

05/17/2011, Forget about Wikileaks, where once classified government wires between one another, discussing sensitive information as well as speculations concerning other countries might be juicy to your ears, but seeing is believing when it comes to leaked images of...