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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 Trojan tells you to stop being a pirate

03/31/2011, An Android Trojan that has been disguised as a paid app that can be legally purchased from the Android Market and has been making the rounds one filesharing websites. The app has been disguised as Walk and Text (v1.3.7), an app that can be legally...

Verizon spring roadmap leaked

03/31/2011, Forget about searching for eggs this Easter around the garden – you’d have better luck looking for Android-powered smartphones from Verizon instead, at least according to the latest spring roadmap that was leaked, featuring a bunch of new 4G...

In China, Adidas inspires phones

03/31/2011, As if imitation shoes or phones weren’t enough – the latest Chinese Shanzai creation shows that even imitators have creativity too. Some manufactures have come up with a cellphone that looks inspired by an Adidas sneaker. They’ve even...

iBuildApp.com lets you easily publish your own iPad book or magazine

03/31/2011, If you have an idea for a fantastic book or a magazine and are looking to dip your toes in the world of digital publishing, you might want to give the iPad a shot. iBuildApp.com has just added an iPad publishing solution to their list of iOS templates in...

iPhone 5 to have LTE?

03/31/2011, We’ve all heard rumors about the iPhone 5 not showing up at this year’s WWDC, but on a later date in fall instead. Now new speculations have risen from the woodwork saying that the next generation iPhone will be packing LTE radios instead. Now...

Windows Phone 7 app developer hits the jackpot

03/31/2011, In a recent case study released by Microsoft Advertising, a Windows Phone 7 app developer, Richard Foster, has been said to have earned $28,882 in just 4 months, using Microsoft’s Advertising SDK for Windows Phone. Now it may not be the runaway...

Turn your iPhone into a microscope

03/30/2011, If you’ve always felt that your iPhone 4 camera’s minimum focus distance was a bit too far for your liking, especially if you like taking close up shots of small objects, you might want to check this device out. The Mini Microscope for iPhone...

Sony PlayStation emulator removed from Android Market

03/30/2011, The rollout of Sony Ericsson’s Android-powered PlayStation Phone, also known as the Xperia Play, has caused Google to remove a prominent PSOne emulator from their Android Market. PSX4Droid as it is known, was removed sans warning no thanks to a...

Modular phone concept lets you pick and choose

03/30/2011, It is rather strange to call a phone ‘Combination’ – but since this is a concept, anything goes! Combination, as you know by now, is a cell phone concept that will come with a uniform faceplate, although you do have the ability to throw...

Official Vimeo app now on the iPhone

03/30/2011, d Vimeo, one of the higher-quality video streaming websites online, has just announced a new app for the iPhone, designed especially for Vimeo subscribers (both free and plus). The app will allow users to access all the features and functions of their...

iPhone helps doctors to save lives

03/30/2011, According to a recent experiment conducted in the UK, it has been proven that the iPhone helps to save lives. At the Royal United Hospital in Bath, 31 doctors with similar experience were split into two groups – those without iPhones and those with. In...

Android Market In-app Billing launched

03/29/2011, Developers and users, you will be well pleased to hear that the Android Market In-app Billing has just launched, which means one is able to publish apps that rely on In-app Billing, while letting your users purchase stuff from within an app. Of course, if...