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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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Android market share makes a quantum leap

11/10/2010, Why do you think that Google’s Android operating system has made such a splash in the world, eating up market share like nobody’s business despite being fragmented across multiple handsets from different manufacturers? According to...

Motorola Citrus To Ship Tomorrow For $50

11/10/2010, Verizon subscribers who are looking to pick up a budget Android device should be happy to hear that Verizon has released the details of the Motorola Citrus, and the phone will only set you back $50 after a $100 rebate and two-year contract. The Citrus...

Yahoo! Messenger on Android gets video chatting ability

11/10/2010, Video calls using 3G technology has been around for quite some time already, but we rarely see people use that, as most folks seem to rely on voice-to-voice communications more. Perhaps it is because you need to hold up the phone and talk using a...

Facebook Places now arrives on BlackBerry

11/10/2010, Facebook Places was announced to the world with just iOS support, taking their own sweet time to make their way to other mobile operating systems. Well, BlackBerry owners will be pleased to know that this geo-location feature in Facebook can now be used...

Sony Ericsson Anzu/X12 Pictured In The Wild

11/10/2010, Sony Ericsson’s Xperia X10 is an impressive phone with its large display and now a leaked picture of the phone’s successor has apparently surfaced, dubbed the Anzu, or X12. Specific details on the phone haven’t been mentioned, but...

Dell Venue Pro Has A microSD Memory Card Slot

11/10/2010, The issue of finding a memory card slot on Windows Phone Devices is an interesting one as there always seems to be a treasure hunt to find the memory card slot or figure out how to get it to work properly on such devices. Next up a user has managed to...

Google Enhances Google News For Smartphones

11/09/2010, Google redesigned its Google News product for mobile access on smartphones a while back, supporting Android, iPhone and the Palm Pre. Now the search giant has announced that it’s globally rolling out the new usability and visual enhancements in...

Nokia says N8 has received highest ever pre-orders in history

11/09/2010, History is written by the victor, and Nokia, the company that once seemed invincible, is starting to feel the pinch from other smartphone manufacturers for a few years now, seeing their market share decline slowly but surely. With the N8 touted to be the...

Palm Pre 2 to arrive in the UK SIM-free this November 12th

11/09/2010, Mark November 12th on your calendars if you’re living in the UK and are a Palm fan – this handset will be hitting that part of the world in SIM-free glory on that day, running on the spanking new webOS 2.0 coupled with a 1GHz processor, a...

Adobe confirms Google’s Gingerbread launch

11/09/2010, Adobe might have accidentally confirmed the arrival of Google’s Gingerbread update by posting updates to the AIR 2.5 and Flash 10.1 for Android. In the update release notes, it was explicitly mentioned that the updates will play nice with Android...

SlingPlayer Mobile for Windows Phone 7 announced

11/09/2010, Sling Media has just announced the availability of SlingPlayer Mobile for Windows Phone 7, where it can be purchased and downloaded from the Windows Marketplace the very same day North American mobile carriers introduce the slew of new Windows Phone...

FaceTime works on iPhone 3GS now

11/09/2010, When the iPhone 4 was first released, the world was introduced to FaceTime – basically, Apple’s own version of video calls. Unfortunately, those calls were supported only via Wi-Fi connectivity, which means even if you’re on a super...

Android YouTube Remote App Controls YouTube Leanback Playback

11/09/2010, YouTube Remote is an Android app that’s available in Android Market that helps to control your YouTube Leanback experience (on your television or your PC). Essentially, how the YouTube remote controller app works after you download it from Android...