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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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Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Hints At Office For iOS, Android

09/20/2013, It should be no surprise to those who follow the tech industry to hear Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer will be retiring within a year. Whether or not he was forced out due to the Microsoft Surface RT debacle is certainly up for debate, but the Ballmer...

Google Makes QuickOffice Free For iOS, Android Users

09/20/2013, Google unveiled its QuickOffice for iOS and Android devices along with Drive support last year, allowing those on the go to be able to create and edit documents until they’re blue in the face. Unfortunately, QuickOffice comes at a price as Google...

Sprint One Up Program Announced

09/20/2013, Just the other day we reported that Sprint would soon be joining the likes of AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile by offering their subscriber a way to upgrade their device early and the program would be going by the “One Up” moniker, and sure enough the...

Sony Mobile Increases Efforts To Plug Leaks

09/20/2013, No company likes to have their products leaked before they are announced as this usually tips off their competitors as to what they’re doing, not to mention it kind of ruins the surprise and wow-factor as well. Unfortunately these days leaks are...

iOS 7.0.1 Update Released For iPhone 5s And iPhone 5c

09/20/2013, If you’re the proud and lucky owner of the brand new iPhone 5s and/or iPhone 5c, it looks like Apple has a new update waiting for you guys in the form of iOS 7.0.1. This is an update exclusive for both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c, so for other iPhone...

iOS 7 Found To Have MultiPath TCP

09/20/2013, When it comes to the iPhone, Apple does not usually divulge all of the device’s features off the bat and it seems that one of the more interesting features found in iOS 7would be the implementation of “multipath TCP” (or MCTCP for short). Basically...

Apple Reportedly Ramping Up Gold iPhone 5s Production To Meet Demand

09/20/2013, When it was initially rumored that Apple could be creating a gold iPhone 5s, we’re sure many were a bit worried that the final device would turn out rather gaudy and ostentatious, although based on hands-on reviews so far, it seems that it’s actually...

Ballmer Wishes They Devoted More Talent To Windows Mobile

09/20/2013, Earlier today we reported that Microsoft’s CEO, Steve Ballmer, express his optimism at how despite the Windows Phone market share being so low, he actually views it as an opportunity, but it seems that despite his optimism, he admits that he wish more...

Google Translate On iOS Refreshed

09/20/2013, There is nothing quite like a changed look to kickstart things on a different footing. After all, we do see design changes happen from time to time. Take Apple’s iOS operating system for instance – the iOS 7 redesign has certainly riled some...

Apple Store Goes Offline In Anticipation Of iPhone 5s Release

09/19/2013, It goes without saying that each time Apple is about to release something new, or to make an announcement of a new product or several devices, their online store would be taken down for a while in order for it to be updated as to reflect the changes in...

Gold iPhone 5s Teardown By iFixit

09/19/2013, Earlier in the day, we brought you word that there was an iPhone 5s teardown, except that it was not done by the folks over at iFixit, but rather, Australia’s iExpert. Neither was it the gold colored model that was taken apart, although the teardown...