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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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Flygrip case secures your phone for one-handed usage

01/27/2012, So you’re walking with your iPhone in one hand, and a Starbucks latte in the other, and granted it is possible to use the iPhone in one hand, it could prove to be “fatal” since one hand tends to offer less support compared to two, and we all know...

iSupport launches new iPhone mounts for videographers

01/27/2012, We know that the iPhone is a great phone for taking photographs, plus with the iPhone 4S’ ability to record 1080p Full HD videos, we can imagine that there are definitely iPhone 4S users out there looking to take their iPhone videography experiments to...

iPhone thieves aided by Apple support system

01/27/2012, There are pros and cons to everything – Apple’s customer service plan for the iPhone allows virtually any handset under warranty to be serviced, simply because the phone is tied to the warranty, instead of the owner. This enables you to get...

Apple patent reveals plans for MagSafe data and headphone cables

01/27/2012, A while back we reported on a patent by Apple that seemed to suggest that the Cupertino company had an idea of using MagSafe chargers for iOS devices. While it is a good idea, it should be noted that the current 30-pin dock connector is not only used for...

Trinity kernel boosts Galaxy Nexus battery life

01/27/2012, Unless you have the Droid RAZR MAXX that boasts a whopping 3,300mAh battery, majority of the other smartphones in the market out there do not break past the 2,000mAh battery, and that means a limited number of hours of performance on-the-go. This is the...

New BlackBerrys are all white?

01/27/2012, BGR has leaked a slide that features new smartphones from ailing manufacturer Research In Motion (RIM), and instead of living up to their namesake of being a “BlackBerry”, these new handsets are all white. Nary a stain on them, it does make...

Valve’s Steam service goes official on iOS and Android platforms

01/27/2012, If you have had a pleasant experience with Valve’s Steam service on your desktop, you will be pleased to know that there is now an official app for both the iOS and Android platforms, enabling owners of such smartphones to be able to access a bunch...

Sony Xperia S has anti-stain shell and fast charge capability

01/27/2012, The upcoming Sony Xperia S will feature a couple of features that has not been trumpeted widely so far – a kind of anti-stain shell, in addition to fast charge capability. Recently, it was found out that the phone will come with a special nano...

Samsung GT i9070 looks at China, hits FCC decks first

01/26/2012, It seems that there is a mysterious (and not so new) Samsung Galaxy S2 variant that has arrived at the FCC, where it seems headed to China as part of the expanding Galaxy S2 family. It was assessed by the FCC for roaming safety issues, and it is confirmed...

EA has new games for Nokia Lumia platform

01/26/2012, EA wants to “challenge everything” in the world of gaming, and the company has clearly set their sights on the Windows Phone platform in the immediate future. EA’s YouTube channel recently unveiled a bunch of new game franchises that is...

Motorola Droid RAZR Maxx Unboxing, Hands-on

01/26/2012, The Droid RAZR Maxx is up for sale (and already back-ordered, we’ve heard), but one has made its way to our office. And here’s a video to show you what’s in the box, and more importantly, what the phone looks like in the real world. The...

Samsung Wave Y LeFleur edition on sale for $165

01/26/2012, Samsung takes the road less traveled with their Samsung Wave Y LeFleur edition, where this particular handset is not powered by the Android platform, but rather, it will run on Samsung’s very own Bada operating system. There were a couple of LeFleur...