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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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Man revives bird using smartphone app

05/11/2012, Thanks to the apps and functions on our smartphones these days, our devices are pretty much capable of doing a lot of things and that includes saving a bird’s life! This story involves British tree surgeon, Leon Timms who discovered a tiny chaffinch...

Google Play Store Update to 3.5.19 Apparently Makes it Faster?

05/11/2012, The Google Play Store for Android devices has received an update from the previous version 3.5.16 to 3.5.19. For now, users all over the internet are still searching for differences with the new version but the only thing that seems to have been uncovered...

iTranslate Voice provides real-time translation between languages

05/11/2012, While Apple’s Siri should have no problems recognizing the speech and voices of users from a select group of countries for now, if you wanted a voice translator you’d be out of luck. That’s where a new app dubbed iTranslate Voice comes in. If the...

LG reportedly working on flexible OLEDs that are “unbreakable”

05/11/2012, We’ve all seen photos of phones with smashed displays before and we’re pretty sure that you have at one point experienced it before. Well if you’re sick of that heart wrenching feeling when you drop your phone and have its display smashed, it seems...

FreedomPop’s 4G hotspot iPhone sleeve now available for pre-order

05/11/2012, Remember FreedomPop’s 4G WiMax iPhone sleeve? Well the good news is that if you were looking forward to seeing 4G speeds on your iPhone, you will now be able to pre-order the sleeve for yourself at $99 which also comes with 500MB of free data usage a...

Sprint HTC Evo 4G LTE benchmark test results

05/11/2012, Before you continue reading this, do bear in mind that benchmark tests are more often than not just a point of reference, and it does not necessarily mean it is the final authority on a particular device’s performance. Test results of the Sprint HTC...

Samsung GT-i9500 has Super AMOLED HD Plus display?

05/11/2012, Word on the street has it that the Samsung GT-i9500 will come with a Super AMOLED HD Plus display. As a refresher, the Samsung GT-i9500 is said to be the Tizen developer’s device which Samsung recently handed out like candy on Christmas to...

Samsung SHV-E170K has LTE, launches in South Korea

05/11/2012, South Korea and Japan are two of the more vibrant smartphone markets in the world, and today, KT confirmed that they will introduce a merry trio of LTE-equipped smartphones in South Korea, where one of the three will be the Samsung SHV-E170K. KT has yet...

Sony ST21i previewed

05/11/2012, Eldar Murtazin and his merry band of henchmen tend to be able to get their hands on smartphones long before it arrives at the market, as well as being privy to insider industry information. Well, there has been hits and misses to date, but here we are...

Belkin diving into the 802.11ac wireless networking market

05/10/2012, Computer hardware manufacturer Belkin has announced its plans to become one of the first to sell a line of wireless dual-band routers supporting the new 802.11ac wireless networking standard. In case you didn’t know, 802.11ac is a wireless computer...

Smartphones used on floating robots to track water flow

05/10/2012, A group of engineers at the University of California have deployed a fleet of 100 floating robots in the Sacramento River. The goal of the engineers was to demonstrate the next generation of water monitoring technology that promises to transform the way...

Wi-Fi Blocking Wallpaper Could Improve Wireless Security

05/10/2012, The answer to better Wi-Fi security could lie on the surfaces of a wallpaper. A team of French researchers at Institut Polytechnique de Grenoble was able to develop a wallpaper that can allegedly block Wi-Fi signals. Working together with Centre Technique...