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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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T-Mobile brings Samsung Galaxy S 4G to the fore

01/20/2011, What you see here is not the Samsung Galaxy S 4G, but rather, its predecessor since official images of the handset did not accompany the press release. Still, that has not stopped T-Mobile from announcing their exclusive deal with Samsung, offering the...

Samsung user manual teaches you how to make fake calls

01/20/2011, There are several popular apps out there that will happily help you fake a call so that you can get out of a sticky situation, but how many phone manufacturers out there actually offer such a feature built into the phone itself? Somebody who was going...

iPhone new multi-touch gestures demonstrated

01/20/2011, There have been plenty of reports and rumors on multi-touch gestures being implemented on Apple’s iPhone. Such a feature might be very useful on the iPad, as it has a much larger display, giving you plenty of room to swipe, but how useful would it be on...

PCs hacked thanks to custom Android USB drivers

01/20/2011, When it comes to computers, there is no failsafe security system at all, unless you just turn the computer off and there isn’t any way to physically tote away the hard drive or flash memory. Of course, that doesn’t mean one cannot come up with...

Opera Mini had over 85.5 million users in December 2010

01/20/2011, Opera achieved some major things in 2010, such as getting its browser into Apple’s App Store, which subsequently saw over a million downloads in the first day itself. Now the company has released some statistics and it shows that Opera finished off last...

The Ovi Store is very popular in China

01/20/2011, According to a report posted on the official Nokia blog, it appears that Nokia’s Ovi Store is the most popular app store in China, beating out 13 other app stores that are available in the country. The research showed that 65.2% of the Chinese...

Aliph Jawbone Era earpiece features an accelerometer

01/20/2011, Aliph probably wants to start off 2011 with a bang and the company has introduced the Jawbone Era, the first earpiece to have an accelerometer inside it and can use it for its own functions and third-party apps. All you have to do is give it a gentle...

Asahi Glass’ Dragontail to take on Corning’s Gorilla Glass

01/20/2011, Corning’s Gorilla Glass is increasingly popular in mobile devices, thanks to it being tough and scratch resistant. Now the company might have some stiff competition as Asahi Glass has introduced the Dragontail. While it might not sound much like glass,...

Samsung Galaxy S2 Seine specifications leak

01/20/2011, With Mobile World Congress just around the corner, everybody is looking forward to checking out the successor to Samsung’s popular Galaxy S. Now a Korean site claims to have the specifications of this upcoming phone and it’s apparently codenamed...

Concept cellphone that features a tangible user interface

01/20/2011, One of the main gripes most people have had with today’s smartphones is the fact that touchscreens are almost impossible to use without looking. Unless it’s some huge button that you can spot at the corner of your eye and easily hit, most of...

Sony Ericsson MT15i Vivaz 2 pictured and reviewed

01/20/2011, If the current crop of Android-powered devices doesn’t suit your taste, you might want to check out the unannounced Sony Ericsson MT15i, dubbed the Vivaz 2, though the Xperia branding on the phone might suggest another name. The phone was acquired by...

Android Battery Life Easy Improvements

01/20/2011, This page will explain how you can improve the battery life of your Android device. It is the most important thing, after what we’re actually doing with it. Although it would be nice if we did not have to think about power-savings at all, the...

Microsoft tracks down culprit in Windows Phone 7 fiasco

01/19/2011, We know that Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 platform is unique on its own and does have the potential to make it big, but niggling problems such as relying on 3G data even when one is connected to a Wi-Fi network hasn’t made it the most desirable...