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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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Word Lens App Translates Words Inside Images

12/17/2010, There’s no doubt that technology is bringing the world together and now a new iPhone app, Word Lens, is bringing down some language barriers. Instead of having to search for language translations online, this app uses the magic of augmented reality...

LG Optimus 2X Headed To T-Mobile?

12/17/2010, The LG Optimus 2X seems to have been sharing the spotlight with the freshly-announced Nexus S over the last day or so and now word is going around that T-Mobile might be the lucky carrier to offer this device. Of course, there isn’t any official...

Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac beta now available for download

12/16/2010, Microsoft recent;y posted the second beta of Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac on the quiet, where this update will iron out some major kinks in the software’s armor. The app will concentrate primarily on the musical side of things, where it now...

Skype For Android Updated To Support Galaxy S And SD Card Installs

12/16/2010, Getting Skype installed on your Android-powered device might not be as simple as getting it installed on the iPhone, due to device support. The good news is that Galaxy S phones that are running Android 2.2 Froyo will now be able to install the popular...

Nexus S Teardown Reveals A Flat LCD Inside

12/16/2010, It didn’t take long for the folks over at iFixit to get their hands on the freshly-released Nexus S and now that they’ve got it, they’re doing what they’re well-known for – taking it apart. The teardown shows pretty similar...

PlayStation App coming to Android and iOS devices

12/16/2010, Is Sony serious about their PlayStation Phone? The reason we ask that is because we are left scratching our heads as to why the PlayStation App is now being developed for devices running on iOS and Android operating systems. Good thing Sony has cleared...

Trillian for Android – ’nuff said

12/16/2010, We do remember back in the day where Instant Messaging (IM) started to pick up, and there were a fair number of players in the market like Yahoo! Messenger, Windows Messenger (now Windows Live), ICQ, AOL Chat, mIRC, and Skype, opening up so many programs...

HP Trademark Filings Suggest Possible webOS Phones, Tablets

12/16/2010, HP has filed for a number of trademarks, which suggests that those marks can be names for upcoming webOS device releases in 2011. The trademarks were filed for the names Gyst, Myte, and Veer, and the description, although general, could fit for a...

Windows Phone 7.5 update rumored

12/16/2010, Windows Phone 7 isn’t even out for a year just yet, and here we are with whispers of Windows Phone 7.5 on the horizon – sometime in January 2011, to be exact. It seems that there might be another update which could also happen sometime during...

HTC WP7 YouTube App Supports HD Playback

12/16/2010, HTC has always gone that extra mile to ensure that the user experience on its mobile phones is good, and the popular Sense UI is definitely proof of that. Now the company has released the first full YouTube client for Windows Phone 7. The most important...

Best Buy offers $99.99 Dell Streak

12/15/2010, If you’re looking for a rather large sized smartphone (assuming you have huge pockets), then the Dell Streak might be your cup of tea. Best Buy is offering the Dell Streak for $99.99, where it will be accompanied by a 2-year service contract from...

LG Optimus 2X launched, in Korea

12/15/2010, LG has just announced the launch of the LG Optimus 2X, a Tegra-powered cousin of the LG Star. The phone features 8GB of storage, a 4-inch WVGA display and a 1500mAh battery. Because it is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra processor, it can decode 1080p...

iPhone app hacks colorblindness

12/15/2010, The iPhone is already famous for its ability to do a whole lot of stuff, especially with add-ons and what not, but security researcher Dan Kaminsky has other ideas this time around – to develop a fix for faulty photoreceptors in one’s eyes. In...