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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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Seesmic abandons support for the BlackBerry operating system

06/20/2011, Poor RIM. After reporting financial losses and poor sales for its recent quarterly report, product delays, upset shareholders and consumers; the company hasn’t exactly been having a ball of a time lately. Now, it looks like even developers are...

Nokia N9 officially announced

06/20/2011, Those of you looking forward to get your hands on Nokia’s first (and last) MeeGo handset, the Nokia N9 will be glad to know that the Finnish company has finally announced it to the world. After being in development what seemed like eternity, the...

T-Mobile blocks Google Talk Video Chat?

06/20/2011, Google rolled out the audio/video chat functionality into their Talk application on the Android platform not too long ago under the version 1.3 guise, but it was available only on Gingerbread 2.3.4. This update delivered the similar voice and video chat...

Motorola DROID 3 benchmarks spotted online

06/20/2011, The Motorola DROID 3 is not available in its GSM iteration just yet, but that doesn’t mean it isn’t coming as Verizon Wireless is tipped to release the DROID 3 this coming July 7th, while we have also managed to spot several GLBenchmark 2.0...

HTC ChaCha spotted with AT&T logo

06/20/2011, Just last week the HTC ChaCha was spotted at the FCC with approval for GSM 850, 1900, and WCDMA II and V bands: radios that suggested the phone was headed towards AT&T’s network. Recently, the folks over at Pocketnow.com managed to get their...

HTC Sensation Review

06/20/2011, HTC Sensation Review - this in-depth review of the HTC Sensation covers the strengths and weaknesses of this phone. It's a must-read for Android users

iCard ECG plays nice with any iPhone

06/20/2011, There’s an app for that – it is a battle cry for proponents of the iPhone, and we aren’t surprised to know that there is also an iPhone app which is capable of reading your heart rate when it works in tandem with another compatible...

myTouch 4G Slide seen in its clear glory

06/20/2011, Those who are looking out for the myTouch 4G Slide might want to check out the clearest images of said smartphone so far – which would definitely offer you a much better picture (pun intended) on what the real deal looks like on the outside. The...

Nokia Is Field Testing Solar Powered Mobile Phones

06/20/2011, It looks like just about everyone is interested in going green these days and we’re not surprised to learn that Nokia wants in on the green bandwagon too as they have recently started a new project whereby four Nokia C1-02 devices with a solar panel...

FlipIt! USB Charger Leeches Power Off Power Lines Already In Use

06/20/2011, Have you ever been out at Starbucks or the airport or at a meeting and you just need a power line to charge your mobile phone or tablet but there just aren’t any spare power lines available and there are no extension cords? Perhaps the answer may...

iPING Putter App improves your putting

06/18/2011, Technology has been used to help golfers improve their game for quite awhile now. We’ve covered some apps before, and a high tech glove, and now the folks at PING have a new way to improve your putting. Called the iPING Putter App, this app measures...