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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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iOS Maps app coming your way?

05/04/2011, Apple is looking for someone to inject improvements to the Maps app in the iOS platform, at least that is what can be garnered according to a new job listing. The candidate who manages to charm the person in power at Cupertino will be known as an...

iPhone 5 to miss June-July release date

05/04/2011, The next version of the iPhone (temporarily dubbed the iPhone 5) will not make it for the June/July release date as originally expected, at least according to an AT&T customer representative. This statement came about after one customer realized that...

Nokia ORO is the C7 upgraded with gold and leather

05/04/2011, While Symbian phones might not be flying off the shelves like hot cakes out of a stove, it doesn’t mean that the manufacturer can’t dress up their phones to make them ooze with class. Nokia’s eco-friendly C7 Symbian smartphone recently...

WhisperMonitor – the first dynamic Android firewall released

05/04/2011, Android users who have been worried about the recent surge of private data leaks recently will be glad to know that they have a solution to the problem. Security expert, Moxie Marlinspike has just launched the first dynamic Android firewall today. Called...

Twitter to purchase TweetDeck for $50 million

05/03/2011, TweetDeck is one of the more popular third-party software applications out there which helps you propagate your tweets, and Twitter, the social microblogging service site, intends to bring TweetDeck under their fold for a cool $50 million, at least...

Smartphones save Web when traffic goes up

05/03/2011, The Internet is also known as the information superhighway, so it is no surprise that even a virtual highway can get clogged up with traffic so to speak – especially when a major news event breaks without any advance warning being sent to network...

Budget Samsung 4G phone headed to Sprint?

05/03/2011, If you thought that 4G devices were all meant to be expensive high-end phones, it looks like this doesn’t have to be the case. A new Samsung phone has recently shown up at the FCC, touting low-end specs with on surprising feature – 4G...

Verizon release schedule for May confirmed?

05/03/2011, The folks at Droid-life claimed that they were contacted by Verizon and given the May release schedule for their upcoming Android phones. If things go according to play, it looks like we’re going to have a very exciting May 12 and May 26. According...

Microsoft pushes out Windows Phone 7 security update

05/03/2011, Some of you might have noticed that Microsoft has sent out notifications about a security-focused update for Windows Phone 7. It looks like Microsoft is soldiering on with new updates for Windows Phone 7, despite problems with the updating of Samsung...

Major League Baseball TV now has mobile-only subscription

05/03/2011, Baseball fans that love watching Major League Baseball but don’t want to spend so much money to catch it on their TVs now have an alternate option. Instead of paying $89.99-$109.99 annually for streaming live games, MLB now has an option for folks...

Unsubscribe.com app launches for BlackBerry

05/03/2011, Unsubscribe.com has just announced the arrival of their bacon (or bacn) removal app for BlackBerry devices. Users usually receive two types of unwanted emails in their inboxes on a daily basis: spam, which is usually handled by regular spam/junk mail...

BlackBerry World 2011 Keynote

05/03/2011, Professional Edition of Adobe Digital Publishing Suite, tablet publishing solution to include Playbook The keynote started with Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen who praised the performance of Flash and Acrobat Reader on the Playbook. He ended his speech by...

Samsung Galaxy S II has a Corning Gorilla Glass screen

05/03/2011, For a phone as thin as the Samsung Galaxy S II, a lot of people worry about how durable the device is. Surely if something is that thin it would be easy to break into two, right? Samsung has announced that the Galaxy S II makes use of Corning Gorilla...

Google Shopper 1.4 offers new features with updated user interface

05/03/2011, Google intends to serve up a bunch of new tools that will aid Android smartphone owners when they decide to use their handsets to look for the best deals around town, never mind whether they need those special offers or not. The Android-powered Google...