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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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Samsung SHW-M190S pictured, to feature HDMI-out

01/02/2011, We previously caught wind of an upcoming Android-powered phone from Samsung destined for the South Korean market, dubbed the M190S. Now a picture of the phone has surfaced, along with some specifications to go with it. The M190S is said to be similar to...

HTC Evo Shift 4G is actually a vertical slider

12/31/2010, In what was one of the better kept “secrets” so far, we now know that the HTC Evo Shift 4G is actually a vertical slider handset – at least, according to the image you see above. We will still not rule out the possibility of a mistake...

FCC checks out T-Mobile bound Nokia 1616

12/31/2010, Now this piece of news is as exciting as knowing that many people will be popping party streamers when the clock strikes 12 midnight today to usher in the new year, but it is news nonetheless. The FCC have taken the Nokia 1616 for a spin and found it more...

RunKeeper Pro going for free on iOS/Android

12/31/2010, Joggers out there who have been thinking about purchasing RunKeeper for iOS/Android but didn’t want to pay the $10 fee are in for a treat. The folks behind the app are offering the Pro version for free between now and the end of January. There is...

Samsung bada OS SDK update brings in-app advertising

12/30/2010, Developers out there who want to make some advertising money off their bada OS apps should be happy to hear that Samsung has released a new update to the mobile operating system’s recently released v1.2 SDK, bumping the version to v1.2.1. The main...

AliveECG is iPhone attachment

12/30/2010, [CES 2011] Alivecor of Seattle, Washington, will be showcasing their new iPhonECG system at CES 2011 next week, where it is known as AliveECG. The company itself has worked together with Oregon Scientific in order to manufacture the units, and they are...

Over 7 trillion SMS to be sent in 2011, according to research

12/30/2010, Ever wonder how many texts messages (SMS) are being sent every year? Well, according to ABI Research, the estimated number of SMS messages that will be sent in 2011 will be 7 trillion. The figures include other similar methods such as SMS, MMS, mobile...

Russians claim ZTE phone can whoop iPhone 4′s ass

12/30/2010, According to Russian firm AFK Sistema, they have come up with a handset that on paper is capable of “beating” the iPhone 4 when it comes to GPS navigation – by that, we presume they’re saying that the iPhone 4′s GPS...

Samsung intends to be in the top 3 cell phone market soon

12/30/2010, In life, we should all have goals, and having lofty ones should be the aspiration of each and every one of us. Corporations, too, should have goals if they were to improve their workflow processes and more importantly, have a healthy set of accounts as...

HTC HD2 to get Android direct boot

12/30/2010, HTC’s HD2 Windows Mobile phone has always been a popular device for Android ports and now the Dark Forces Team’s MAGLDR 1.09 might make things easier for Android fans out there. The program allows Android builds to be flashed directly to the NAND ROM,...

SurfCube offers a 3D browser for Windows Phone 7

12/29/2010, If you’ve checked out various Linux desktop demonstrations before, you’ll definitely have come across the popular 3D cube interface, which is visually very impressive. Now folks out there have come up with an app that allows you to enjoy that effect...

Skype 3.0 for iOS brings video calls over 3G and Wi-Fi

12/29/2010, We’ve been hearing whispers about it for a while, and now the latest version of Skype for the iPhone offers users the luxury of making Skype to Skype video calls from their iPhone via Wi-Fi or 3G. They will also be able to communicate with desktop users...