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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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Google Introduces Custom Live Cases For Nexus Phones

04/14/2016, Many of us like to use cases with our phones. Their primary job is to protect the handsets from bumps and drops but they’re also a great way to showcase our personality or our love for a particular sporting team or even a TV show. Few things are...

New Study Finds Snapchat Is Most Popular Among Teens

04/14/2016, Snapchat has really been a hit with the younger crowd ever since it emerged on the scene a couple of years ago and it appears that the social network hasn’t lost its shine yet for that particular demographic. A new study finds that Snapchat is now...

Stamina Mode Is Coming Back To Sony Handsets

04/14/2016, Stamina Mode is a feature that used to be offered on Sony handsets. When the feature was activated, unauthorized applications couldn’t run in the background and sync with servers, providing a significant chunk of battery and data savings to the...

BlackBerry’s Master Encryption Key Was Obtained By Canadian Police

04/14/2016, BlackBerry has always maintained that it fights against governments and agencies that demand access to user data but it appears that the company might have collaborated with Canadian police during a two-year period when one-third of all smartphone owners...

Verizon To Charge Customers For Suspending A Line Voluntarily

04/14/2016, It appears that the largest carrier in the United States isn’t quite done with slapping extra fees on customers. A new leak suggests that starting April 17th, Verizon is going to charge customers a $10 fee to voluntarily suspend a line. This will...

Sharp’s Robot Phone Is Not Cheap At All

04/14/2016, We first saw Sharp’s robot phone back at CEATEC 2015. It’s a unique product as it’s designed to be a small robot that doubles as a smartphone, Sharp calls it the RoboHon, signifying that this is a combination between a robot and a phone....

‘Global’ HTC 10, Not Lifestyle, Headed To India

04/14/2016, Prior to the official announcement of the HTC 10 it was rumored that the company had also made a “Lifestyle” variant of this handset which was to be released in selected markets. Soon after the HTC 10 was announced the HTC 10 Lifestyle was...

Huawei Trademarks ‘Huawei 7P’, Hints At Nexus 6P Successor

04/14/2016, With the launch of the Nexus 6P last year, it marked the first time that Huawei has ever made a Nexus handset. Prior to that, companies involved in the Nexus handset program have largely been Samsung and LG, although we guess we can’t really complain...

Gear Manager App For iOS Leaked Online

04/14/2016, The Samsung Gear S2 is definitely not the latest smartwatch around, but it is only smartwatch from Samsung that will be supported on iOS, at least so far. Support for the smartwatch was announced earlier this year where it was suggested that the support...

A Single Touch Lets You Watch All Videos In Vine Channel

04/13/2016, When it comes to social media as well as having a life online, you know that there are many, many different kinds of apps which will take up your time and attention, and if one is not too careful to guard one’s time, it is all too easy to be dragged...

Yahoo Mail Lets You Drop Google Drive Files

04/13/2016, There is the adage, where better late than never. Having said that, Yahoo Mail is now starting to be able to be on par with the other free email services out there, where one can now drop Google Drive files as well as GIFs right into one’s Yahoo email....

Air Case Is Thinnest Battery Phone Case

04/13/2016, The modern day smartphones does happen to have a whole lot of features and functions built into it, and with that, there is the particular issue of battery life – or rather, the lack of it if one were to take advantage of all the functions all the...

New ‘Evil’ WiFi Could Result In Bricked iPhones/iPads

04/13/2016, You know how when you connect to a WiFi network once, you won’t need to keep entering the password again the next time? This is why when you come home from work, you are usually hooked onto your home’s WiFi instead of being on cellular. However...

iPhone 7 Could Feature The iPad Pro’s Smart Connector

04/13/2016, One of the new hardware features that Apple introduced with the iPad Pro is the Smart Connector. While previously Apple allowed users to connect accessories and peripherals to their iPads and iPhones using Bluetooth or Lightning, the Smart Connector...