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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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BlackBerry announces BBM Generation program for youth

09/30/2011, In an attempt to promote collaboration and achievement amongst youth, RIM has announced the launch of BBM Generation. An online hub designed for youth to be part of a community that has access to special promotions and contests. To kickstart the launch of...

Kik Messenger returns to BlackBerry

09/30/2011, Kik Messenger, the cross-platform messenger service that’s available on most mobile operating systems was a massive hit earlier this year, especially on BlackBerry devices. But something happened between the company and RIM, with the latter having a...

Sony XPeria Ray Unlocked for $425

09/30/2011, The Sony Ericsson Xperia ray has been announced back in June at the CommunicAsia 2011 event in Singapore and the unit was shipping in some countries this summer. Today, Sony Ericsson announced that the XPeria ray is now available unlocked in the U.S. for...

Motorola Electrify sweepstakes registration ends today

09/30/2011, Want to own a new Android phone without paying a single cent? You’re in luck because if you haven’t heard already, Motorola Mobility’s Motorola Electrify sweepstakes is still open to entries until the end of today. All you have to do is...

HTC Wildfire S headed Virgin Mobile’s way for $200

09/30/2011, Along with the announcement of the LG Optimus Slider, Virgin Mobile has outed another Android handset, this time in the form of the HTC Wildfire S. It does not differ much from the HTC Wildfire S that debuted back in February, but for those who prefer not...

LG Optimus Slider headed for Virgin Mobile

09/30/2011, If you’re in the market for a smartphone featuring a physical QWERTY slideout keyboard, the good news is that Virgin Mobile has just announced the LG Optimus Slider, which as the name implies, is a smartphone that will sport a slideout keyboard, which...

Next iPhone could come be available in 64GB as well

09/30/2011, Do you think that 32GB worth of storage on your iPhone isn’t enough? Well 9to5 Mac’s Mr. X is to be believed, it looks like the next-generation iPhone could come with an additional size of 64GB.

Knockoff Nokia N9 spotted in China

09/30/2011, Wait, when did China get their hands on the Nokia N9? Nope, if you thought that was the Nokia N9, you can’t be blamed as it does look rather convincing upon first glance, especially with that garish magenta, which is one of the colors available for the...

HTC Thunderbolt Gingerbread update suspended temporarily

09/30/2011, If you’re a HTC Thunderbolt owner who was looking forward to the Android Gingerbread 2.3 update for your device, it looks like you’re in for bad news, or good news depending on how you look at it. It appears that the Gingerbread update that has been...

Harman Kardon MS 150 speaker system for iOS

09/30/2011, There are iOS speaker docks available in the market that usually just focus on connecting the device to the speakers and pumping music out. There are models that feature FM tuners but there are even less that feature CD players, but if you want a speaker...

Author Terry Deary writes a novel for cellphones

09/30/2011, While we have our e-readers and e-books, it looks like author Terry Deary has taken that to the next level, by writing a book entirely on his mobile phone, which is his attempt at getting the youth generation to start reading more books.

Banks seek to legalize autodialers calling your cellphone

09/30/2011, Back in the day, telemarketing companies and telemarketers themselves used a device known as an autodialer, which would go through number sequences and calling those numbers and playing a pre-recorded message. Basically this did the telemarketers job...