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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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Researchers manage to hack mobile data communications

08/10/2011, Researchers are rather stoked to show off their skills and technical know-how in breaking the encryption which was actually put in place to protect information sent over the General Packet Radio Service (GPRS). GPRS is the standard which is commonly used...

iPhone 5 website leaked, confirmed to be fake

08/10/2011, It seems that one of the hottest videos on YouTube at the moment would be that of the iPhone 5 website which has proven to be fake via some rather glaring errors, but before you dismiss this, why not just check out the video after the jump to see the...

Motorola not opposed to building Windows Phones devices

08/09/2011, At the recent Oppenheimer Technology & Communications Conference, Motorola Mobility’s CEO, Sanjay Jha said that although the company is focusing on creating Android phones, he isn’t opposed to the idea of creating phones powered by the...

Home Design 3D appears on the iPhone and iPad

08/09/2011, Anuman Interactive and their LiveCAD team has just announced an update for Home Design 3D on both the iPhone and iPad, where the new versions have already hit iTunes since last Friday, touching version 1.4 in the process. Just what will you find in...

Facebook Messenger Stand-Alone Chat App

08/09/2011, Facebook Messenger: Facebook has just (paper) launched its Facebook Messenger App, which effectively focuses on the text communication aspect of Facebook

Nokia To Terminate U.S Symbian Phone Business

08/09/2011, In an interview with AllthingsD, Chris Weber (President of Nokia USA) has said that Nokia will effectively end its Symbian line of products in the United States, to focus primarily on Windows Phone 7 (WP7) handset. For Nokia, this is a “do or...

Cablevision releases updated Optimum app for all iOS devices

08/09/2011, A few months ago, Cablevision released its Optimum app for iPad tablets. It turned the iPad into a very portable cable TV by enabling users to watch live TV, video on demand and more on the tablet. Today, Cablevision has announced that it has introduced a...

Samsung Convoy 2 is tough as nails

08/09/2011, Verizon Wireless knows that some of you might just want to throw your handset in frustration because they are going to perform a crackdown on illegal tethering, and should you happen to break your smartphone, perhaps you might want to look forward to a...

Verizon looks into illegal tethering

08/09/2011, Verizon Wireless wants to crack down on folks who perform illegal tethering on their devices – making subscribers wonder just how much control do they have over their data plan actually. If you happen to fall under the category of using unofficial...

Steer Safe lets you check your phone while driving

08/09/2011, Safe to say the majority of us have been guilty of using our phones while driving, admit it, there were probably occasions when you have received a particular important phone call or text message which required immediate attention despite the fact that...

Nokia N9 won’t be available in America at launch

08/09/2011, For those of you in the US waiting to get your hands on Nokia’s first (and last) MeeGo phone, the N9 – we’ve got some bad news for you. The folks over at Engadget recently got in touch with Nokia to determine a shipping date for the phone,...

Samsung Celox is the Galaxy S 2 with LTE support?

08/09/2011, Good news, It looks like there’s going to be an LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy S 2 after all. But the bad news is that it’s probably not going to make its way over to our shores. The folks over at Sammy Hub recently got their hands on some...