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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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Fake Louis Vuitton belt phone is just strange

01/11/2011, We can understand that folks often like bling and fake stuff, but some of them are just plain strange. Next up we’ve found this fake Louis Vuitton belt that has a cell phone integrated into its buckle. The phone apparently works, but we don’t have...

Microsoft working on a competitor to FaceTime?

01/11/2011, Apple’s release of FaceTime has revived a lot of interest in mobile video chat and now word is going around that Microsoft is planning to come up with its own competitor to FaceTime for Windows Phone 7. It’s speculated that the application will...

Apple’s online store now selling the 3GS for $49 too

01/11/2011, It’s up to you whether you want to consider this as another hint that a Verizon iPhone will be arriving on Jan 11th or not, but we’ve found that Apple has reduced the end user selling price of its 8GB iPhone 3GS to just $49, matching AT&T’s...

Xperia Arc running Android 2.4 was a configuration mistake?

01/10/2011, We caught sight of the super slim Xperia Arc during CES 2011 and it was definitely a good looking phone. Strangely enough, the phone was pictured running Android 2.4, so many folks were left scratching their heads. We already know that Android 2.3 is...

Coverage app for iOS helps you compare carrier coverage

01/10/2011, With Verizon’s iPhone likely to arrive very soon, are you wondering what the difference between the coverage from various carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile is? If you already own an iOS device, you might want to check out the...

myTouch 3G and Fender LE gets Froyo

01/10/2011, From January 12th onwards, T-Mobile will be introducing OTA updates for Android 2.2 FroYo to the myTouch 3G 3.5mm Jack and the MyTouch Fender LE. It will be released in staggered waves, but according to T-Mobile, everyone ought to have the update before...

Indonesia orders RIM to block porn on BlackBerrys

01/10/2011, Research In Motion (RIM), the company behind the hugely successful BlackBerry, has been asked by the Indonesian government to block pornography websites on their BlackBerry services in that part of the world. The world’s largest Muslim population,...

Google Goggles does print ads, Sudoku

01/10/2011, Google Goggles has certainly been one of the better mobile applications that was released by the Internet search giant over the past two years, being pretty proficient at what it is supposed to do – that is, identify the object that you point at it...

Windows Phone 7 devices rely on 3G data despite being on Wi-Fi?

01/10/2011, Could this be true? Windows Phone 7 devices are connected to a  3G network despite being touted to run off a Wi-Fi connection? That’s what more and more customers are buzzing about, that their Windows Phone 7 devices seem to consume a whole lot...

Phones with 16-megapixel cameras on the way

01/10/2011, It seems that there is no end to the obsession with megapixels when it comes to digital devices and now Japanese chip maker Renesas is promising 16-megapixel sensors for future phones. The company claims its latest image-processing system chip, the CE150,...

Android 2.3 Gingerbread crammed into the iPhone 3G

01/10/2011, There are many devices out there eagerly waiting to get Google’s Android 2.3 Gingerbread update, but Apple’s iPhone 3G most likely isn’t the device that you’d expect to get the update. Of course, the update wasn’t given Google’s or Apple’s...

myTouch Slide Android 2.2 update delayed because of two issues?

01/09/2011, Owners of the myTouch Slide might be wondering if they’ll eventually receive the Android 2.2 Froyo update and there’s good news and bad news related to that situation. The good news is that the update is being worked on, so it’ll eventually arrive....

VLC removed from App Store, now available on Cydia

01/09/2011, Many iPad and iPhone owners out there were probably overjoyed when the multi-format video player VLC arrived on the iOS platform. Issues immediately appeared over the program’s licensing and there was probably only one likely outcome to the whole issue...