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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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South Africa Samsung And AlwaysOn Users Get Free Wi-Fi For One Year

03/13/2013, They say that there is no such thing as a free lunch in this world, and I agree with them. However, when it comes to free Wi-Fi connectivity, that is an entirely different story altogether. What do you think about gaining free Wi-Fi access not for a week,...

Google Removes Ad Blockers From Play Store

03/13/2013, Normally, whenever Google decides to remove apps from the Play Store, it is due to these apps functioning as malicious ones, and are more often than not involved in data theft or screwing up your device in ways that you would not want to. Well, it seems...

Nokia Lumia 928 Photo Sample Spotted?

03/13/2013, It was just yesterday when we talked about the possibility of an aluminum bodied Nokia Lumia 928 arrive with Xenon flash in tow, and here we are with someone who claims that what you see on the right is actually a photo sample taken by the Nokia Lumia...

Clearer Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-i9502) Photos Leaked Ahead Of Launch

03/13/2013, The Samsung Galaxy S4 is primed for an announcement soon and we’re sure many are curious as to what the device will look like. We’ve seen a couple of leaked photos, as well as a teaser image from Samsung. Now it looks like the folks who brought us the...

LG Optimus G Pro Gets Eye Tracking, Dual Camera

03/13/2013, LG announced today that its eye recognition/tracking technology will be appearing soon on the Optimus G Pro, beating Samsung to the game. This new feature, called Smart Video is able to automatically play or stop videos by tracking the user’s eye...

Apple Criticizes Android Ahead of Galaxy S4 Launch

03/13/2013, In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Apple’s Phil Schiller who leads the marketing efforts for the brand went on the offensive against Android and its eco-system. Among the many criticisms that he had against Android, the interesting ones...

Breathometer Is A Smartphone Breathalyzer

03/13/2013, Breathometer claims to be the first smartphone breathalyzer (more on that below), which is a device that estimates the alcohol level in your blood by looking at its concentration in your breath. As you can see, this is a rather small device that you could...

BLU Life Smartphone Series Announced

03/13/2013, Motorola, Samsung, Apple, BlackBerry, LG, Nokia, Huawei, these we all have heard and read about them daily in the news when it comes to mobile devices, especially smartphones and tablets. What do you know about BLU Products? My point exactly, not much,...

Sony Xperia S To Get Android 4.1 Jelly Bean At The End Of March

03/13/2013, So, you happen to own one of Sony Mobile’s older devices? Well, how has that experience been for you so far? Surely you must be wondering, whether the Sony Xperia S, a flagship device in its own right back in the day when it ruled the roost among other...

Google Shopping Arrives On Portable Devices

03/13/2013, Is there no limit to Google’s reach? Apparently, the correct answer would be “No”, as we have just heard that the Internet search giant will be introducing Google Shopping product listings to an entire generation of mobile devices. Considering how...

UK Carrier EE Confirms Samsung Galaxy S4 Will Feature 4G LTE

03/13/2013, While it is more or less a given that flagship phones of 2013 have 4G LTE connectivity, it is always nice to have it confirmed. Samsung will be launching the next-gen Galaxy S device tomorrow and LTE is one of the features many predicted would be part of...

Study Finds That Teens Mainly Access The Internet On Their Phones

03/13/2013, Back in the day, the only way to access the internet would be via a computer either at home, or at a public library. However as technology advanced, the internet began to become widely available in public places, and eventually it evolved to the point...