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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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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...

Jorno Bluetooth Keyboard Wins CES Design Award

11/09/2010, The compact and foldable Jorno Bluetooth keyboard from Cervantes has won a CES Innovations Award for its design. The compact foldable keyboard allows iPhone, Android, and iPad users to have a hardware keyboard for faster data input in a compact and...

WiFi Bug Prevents Windows Phone 7 From Connecting to Networks?

11/09/2010, BGR is reporting on a developing story that select Windows Phone 7 devices may have difficulties joining secure WiFi networks. According to the report, the Dell Venue Pro and the HTC HD7, both of which are certified for T-Mobile USA’s wireless...

Microsoft Only Moves 40K Windows Phone 7 Devices at U.S. launch

11/09/2010, Despite strong pre-orders and early sell outs, Microsoft may have only sold a paltry 40,000 units of Windows Phone 7 devices from manufactures such as HTC, Samsung, Dell, and LG at launch on November 8th in the U.S. The number doesn’t include the...

T-Mobile G2 rooted permanently

11/09/2010, Remember the T-Mobile G2 that has seemingly phoenix-like qualities when it comes to rooting the smartphone? Well, apparently someone has managed to overcome that hurdle – basically, this means the G2 need not be rooted each time it is booted, as the...

No microSD cards to be installed in Samsung Focus, alerts AT&T

11/09/2010, AT&T workers in stores have mentioned that Microsoft is currently working on a fix to stbilize the whole microSD memory card slot reliability issue. Basically, directives from the top have trickled down to AT&T employees, who in turn will not...

Motorola Droid Pro on sale before official announcement

11/09/2010, Verizon Wireless has apparently jumped the gun in the case of the Motorola Droid Pro, having selling it by more than a week ahead of its scheduled November 18th arrival date. Basically, the smartphone is meant to fall under the pre-order category at the...

LG Mobile Design Competition sees some interesting concept phones

11/09/2010, Concepts are always worth looking into since they tend to free your imagination of physical shackles, waiting for future technology to catch up in order to make a particular design or device possible. The latestLG Mobile Design Competition which was held...

Fujitsu and Sharp roll out 11 more Symbian phones in Japan

11/09/2010, Don’t write off Symbian just yet, despite the company having some trouble being relevant in the world of smartphones in this day and age. Both Fujitsu and Sharp have introduced another 11 more smartphone models which are powered by the Symbian...