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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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iPhone SLR Mount turns your iPhone into “an SLR”

07/07/2011, If you take a lot of photographs with your iPhone I’m pretty sure there are moments when you wish that your iOS phone was an SLR camera instead. Well, you don’t have to wish anymore, thanks to the folks over at Photojojo. They’ve just...

Garmin Streetpilot now on Windows Phone 7

07/07/2011, Are you a fan of the Windows Phone 7 platform? If you have answered in the affirmative, here’s a piece of good news. The Garmin Streetpilot is now available for that particular platform, adding to the total number of turn-by-turn navigation...

iPhone 6 is in the works?

07/07/2011, We don’t even have the iPhone 5 out, and here is word of the iPhone 6 alongside its charging plans that have been bandied about as a teaser. It seems that experiments have already been done for the 2012 version of the phone, where it will rely on a...

MightyText will send phone calls and text messages to your browser

07/07/2011, There are times when you may have left your phone in the car, home or office, but instead of going to retrieve it, what if SMS and calls could instead be routed to your computer and inside Google Chrome itself? If that sounds a lot like Google Voice, you...

Motorola Droid 3 now official

07/07/2011, After countless leaks of the phone, including the a 360 view and user manual for the device, the long-awaited successor to the Motorola Droid 2, the Droid 3 is now official. Verizon has just put up the order page for the QWERTY-toting Android phone on its...

Google+ Android app has NFC functionality

07/07/2011, Now as we all know, Google is a huge fan of NFC technology, having launched Google Wallet as well as making the Google Nexus S device NFC-enabled, so is it really a surprise that Google+ will support NFC too? Apparently not, as developer Ridzuan Ashim has...

Motorola Droid Bionic redesign spotted in leak

07/06/2011, For those of you who have been wondering just how fast a 4G LTE connection is compared to 3G, don’t you think that it is time for you to make that change? There aren’t that many truly 4G-capable handsets around (beware, some of the phones have...

Apptoyz appBlaster released with new promo video

07/06/2011, Remember appBlaster, the Augmented Reality game for the iPhone that plugs into a gun and lets you shoot aliens in your own living room? Well, the app along with the toy was just released today, indoor entertainment just in case you want your kids staying...

Apple overtakes RIM in US smartphone share

07/06/2011, The days of RIM dominating the smartphone industry is finally over. According to recently released findings by comScore, it looks like RIM has finally slipped from second to third place in the race. In the last quarter that ended in May, Apple’s...

Portable solar charger, MP3 player and FM transmitter

07/06/2011, If you hate running out of battery on some of your devices such as your smartphone or tablet or even MP3 player, then perhaps this 3-in-1 solar powered charger could be something you might want to check out.

Climate Mission 3D – play a game, save the planet

07/06/2011, If your smartphone is your favorite mobile gaming platform, then you might want to consider picking up a Nokia since it offers the Ovi Store that delivers Climate Mission 3D – for free. This is one educational game that has received some favorable...

Microsoft wants $15 from Samsung per Android device

07/06/2011, As most of already know, Android is currently the leading platform for smartphones with Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 trailing extremely far behind, although Microsoft hopes that will change with their Mango update and new WP7 devices. However, despite...

How durable is the Kyocera Echo?

07/06/2011, When the Kyocera Echo was released, it proved to be quite a revolutionary device in terms of smartphones, as it was the first dual-screened smartphone, and even more impressive because Kyocera wasn’t exactly known for their smartphones. The device...