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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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SIM based NFC gains support from major carriers around the world

11/17/2011, Countries like Japan have long been using NFC to help them in their daily lives, and not too long ago carriers in South Korea have announced that they will be offering SIM cards with NFC technology embedded into them. Now it looks like that standard will...

Decide.com Price Predictions Service Launches iPhone App

11/16/2011, Launched in Summer 2011, Decide.com is a shopping service that predicts when to buy consumer electronics by showing to consumers when the price of a particular product will be the cheapest. According to Michael Paulson, VP Product and Marketing, Decide,...

New Nokia Windows Phone render leaked on video

11/16/2011, While we usually don’t pay too much attention to phone renders that are spotted in video clips – most of the time they are prototypes and inaccurate representations of the final devices unless they’ve been announced before. Well, a render of...

Nokia to release dual-core Symbian phones?

11/16/2011, Despite Nokia’s strong commitment to Windows Phone, the company is refusing to let Symbian die. According to a blurry cam photograph that surfaced recently, it looks like Nokia has a lot of plans for its Symbian devices. The photograph shows a...

Google Launches Google Music

11/16/2011, Google Music was in private beta since Google I/O when the search giant first announced it. Google has spent all the summer learning from the Google Music beta. Today Google Music is open to the general public in the USA. According to the company,...

GMail app back in the AppStore

11/16/2011, The GMail team has announced that the GMail app is back in the Apple AppStore. It was pulled out because Google spotted a bug in the notification system, which has now been fixed, so the app is available again for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad (iOS 4+)....

Musician Sting might release an album as an app instead

11/16/2011, We know that there are music apps, but a music album app? According to legendary musician, Sting, this could be the new model for musicians to adopt, and the musician himself said that he may never release another album, but will opt to release an app...

ZTE will not give up on the US market

11/16/2011, ZTE and Huawei, both Chinese manufacturers that specialize in creating affordable products, have recently been denied equipment deals with the carriers in the US. This is because the US government fears that they represent a security risk to the US...

Myxer now available on iOS

11/16/2011, Remember Myxer, the social radio service that allows friends to share and enjoy music together? Well, the company has recently announced the availability of its iOS app, bringing the music sharing service to the mobile world. The app works with Facebook...

AT&T customers remain loyal despite competition

11/16/2011, AT&T enjoyed exclusivity with the iPhone for three generations worth, and now it looks like out of the four major carriers, only one carrier (T-Mobile) does not carry the iPhone. If I was AT&T, I would be worried about my customers running off to...

2012 Blackberry devices will be “charming, whimsical and fun”

11/16/2011, So we reported earlier that RIM was planning to keep making keyboard phones that have been their trademark, and now thanks to RIM’s senior vice president of industrial design, Todd Wood, we now know that next year’s Blackberry devices will be...

Brando’s Bluetooth handset TK2 could double up as a phone

11/16/2011, If you prefer the concept of a Bluetooth handset over a Bluetooth earpiece, Brando may have the solution for you with the Bluetooth Handset TK2, as pictured to the right above next to the iPhone. It basically acts and holds like a phone, which we’re...

Concord Keystone announces new waterproof cases for smartphones

11/16/2011, So we’re not sure when HzO’s waterproofing nanotechnology will be commercialized, which means that in the meantime if you are looking to protect your device from the perils of water damage, we will have to rely on external casings such as the Aryca...