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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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Europe Approves 3G, LTE Networks For Use In-Flight

11/15/2013, The other day we reported that the EASA, Europe’s version of the FAA, finally allowed the use of personal electronic devices at all stages of the flight, including take off and landing, following in the footsteps of the FAA who recently approved...

Lenovo Overtakes LG As Third Largest Smartphone Maker

11/15/2013, When it comes to Android smartphones, brands such as Samsung, HTC, LG, Motorola, and Sony usually come to mind, although in all fairness, companies such as Lenovo have also released their own smartphones, such as the Vibe Z as a prime example. Well it...

FCC Speed Test Debuts On Google Play Store

11/14/2013, The Google Play Store is host to many an interesting piece of software or app, and most of the time, you will find that one app is far more useful than the others. For those who have heard about the FCC Speed Test, we are pleased to say that this...

BlackBerry OS 10.2.1.1055 For Z10 And Z30 Leaked

11/14/2013, Four days back, we did talk about BlackBerry 10.2.1 purported screenshots that dropped hints concerning Google Play Store access. Well, it seems that the BlackBerry OS 10.2.1.1055 has been leaked in its entirety, where it will cater for two different...

Samsung Rumored To Launch Device With Wraparound Display In 2014

11/14/2013, So we know that Samsung has plans for curved/flexible displays for smartphones in the future, and the first of what’s to come came in the form of the Samsung Galaxy Round. While completely foldable displays are expected to make its debut in 2015, the...

LG Reportedly Wanted Nexus 5 To Be Called Nexus G

11/14/2013, For the past few years, Google hasn’t highlighted manufacturers of its Nexus devices in their monikers. Take the Nexus S for example which came out in 2010, it was manufactured by Samsung and the “S” was an obvious reference to the...

Apple Releases iOS 7.0.4

11/14/2013, It was rumored last week that Apple might release an incremental iOS 7 firmware update in the near future. Web traffic from devices running iOS 7.0.4 started increasing last week, presumably because the update was being tested by Apple’s employees...

Weak iPhone 5c Sales Expected In Q4, 2013

11/14/2013, Back when Apple hadn’t unveiled its two new iPhones, it was believed that the low-cost iPhone 5c might end up eating into the margins of the relatively expensive iPhone 5s, particularly in markets like India and China. This isn’t the case...

Purported BlackBerry C-Series Images Surface Online

11/14/2013, BlackBerry has been in the news quite a lot recently, though only because it was in a strategic review period and on the verge of being taken private. That didn’t happen though, so speculation related to that has finally died down. Its been a while...

ASUS Reveals Future Device Plans, Third Generation Nexus 7 Included

11/14/2013, ASUS of Taiwan has some pretty big plans for the future, where they will touch on the tablet, notebook, smartphone and Chromebook markets. It does seem that ASUS has the intention to roll out another two ASUS Chromebooks sometime in the first quarter of...

Nexus 5 Now On Sale Officially On T-Mobile

11/14/2013, When it comes to T-Mobile’s flirtation with the Nexus 5 from Google, it has been quite a journey. Earlier in the week, we brought you word that the Nexus 5 will launch on T-Mobile this November 14th, where pre-orders for the smartphone went live a day...