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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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Hot Phone Reviews


Scout Observer Toolkit supports iPhone

09/11/2011, Being in the military often brings the advantage of playing with some of the cooler devices out there that the average Joe on the street would never have dreamed of. For example, Coolfire Solutions recently introduced their Scout Observer military kit...

Next version of Android to be called Jelly Bean?

09/09/2011, We all know that Google gives different names of desserts to each new major version of Android, and the next version of Android that will be released after Ice Cream Sandwich (which is slated to arrive later this year) is going to be called Jelly Bean,...

“Acne cure” smartphone app developers fined

09/09/2011, If you have an app on your smartphone that supposedly cures your skin problems, we’ve got some bad news for you: you’ve been duped. The FTC has recently fined two developers for creating “acne cure” apps for Android and iOS. Called...

Motorola Droid Bionic receives teardown

09/09/2011, Whenever a new gadget is released, like clockwork, you can expect the iFixit gang to get their paws on it for their trademark disassemblies. This time it’s Motorola’s long-awaited Android superphone – the DROID Bionic. As usual, iFixit...

Adobe brings Flash to iOS devices

09/09/2011, If there’s one thing for sure that users on other mobile platforms love to taunt iOS users with is iOS’s inability to play Flash. Apples’s rejection of Flash for iOS device is no secret, with Steve Jobs proclaiming that one of the reasons behind the...

iPhone 5 concept with Smart Cover

09/09/2011, The Smart Cover for the iPad 2 is a rather ingenious creation. If you can ignore the fact that it fails to protect the back of your iPad 2 from scratches, it does a pretty good job at protecting the screen (which is probably more important) of your iPad...

DROID Bionic extended battery doesn’t look too bad

09/09/2011, As we all know, 4G LTE technology is still in its pretty early stages, and at the moment it doesn’t play too well with today’s phones. Manufacturers are slowly improving how much battery radios use, but they’re still a long way off from...

Another purported iPhone 5 spotted in China

09/09/2011, There are so many conflicting rumors and reports on how the iPhone 5 is going to look like, that it’s starting to get difficult to sort out somewhat credible reports from the outright rumors. As it stands (and a quick recap), the rumors are now saying...

Sharp introduces Aquos SH8298U 3D Android handset

09/09/2011, Heads up Japan, if 3D phones are your thing and the LG Optimus 3D and HTC EVO 3D just don’t cut it for you, it looks like another Sharp Aquos Android handset is headed your way, and this time it will be in the 3D variety with the Sharp Aquos SH8298U.

Logitec LDT-1Si41 turns your iPhone 4 into a portable TV

09/09/2011, Logitec Japan (not to be confused with Logitech) recently announced the launch of the LDT-1Si41. The LDT-1Si41 is a battery pack for the iPhone 4 that does more than provide juice in times of need. It comes with an inbuilt retractable antenna that will...

Galaxy S2 Review

09/09/2011, Galaxy S2 Review - it is clear that Samsung took it to the next level with the Galaxy S2. The hardware has been improved on many points, including additional horsepower

Google Maps for Android updated

09/09/2011, Great news for people who love taking photographs and reviewing places they’ve been on Google Places. Google has announced a new update to Google Maps for Android that lets users attach photographs to their reviews in Places. The update which brings...