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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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9-pin dock connector revealed in iOS 6 beta?

08/07/2012, There has been plenty of stories surrounding iOS 6 for some time now, including support for Spotify, in addition to scaling iOS 6’s resolution to match the next generation iPhone, not to mention delivering 3D maps to new cities. Of course, who can...

Google Now arrives on many rooted devices

08/07/2012, One of the most notable aspects about the Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system would be Google Now, which is Google’s version of the voice assistant – Apple has Siri, Samsung has S-Voice, so here we are with Google Now that has been made...

Sony Xperia Masona is the Xperia miro

08/07/2012, Sometimes, some companies like to attach code names to yet unreleased pieces of hardware, and for good reason, too. This is to ensure that the particular piece of hardware remains hush hush, and it will also make it easier for the company to manage its...

Free AT&T Wi-Fi at Bank of America Stadium

08/07/2012, The next time you make your way to the Bank of America stadium, whisper a prayer of thanks to AT&T for offering free Wi-Fi connectivity, where this particular feat is made possible courtesy of 460 Wi-Fi access points courtesy of AT&T. This...

GoPago equips local merchants with 4G tablets, for free

08/07/2012, GoPago is a mobile application that people can use to “end the lines” at local stores. Basically, folks can browse and order for food/drinks from local stores with their smartphones. The interesting bit is that stores which accepts Gopago...

Sprint is excited about Blackberry 10, but unsure of its future

08/07/2012, If you’re wondering which carriers will be rushing to get their hands up RIM’s upcoming Blackberry 10 devices, it seems that Sprint may or may not be one of them. In a recent statement released by the carrier, spokesperson David Owen was quoted as...

LG QuickMemo feature arrives for Optimus L-Series smartphones

08/06/2012, LG has kept their promise to make the QuickMemo feature available to more of their smartphone range, and this time around it would be the Optimus L-Series of smartphones that are on the receiving end via a maintenance release upgrade. This particular...

iPhone 5 nano-SIM tray and home button spotted?

08/06/2012, The iPhone 4S and its micro SIM card certainly did introduce its fair share of frustrations to smartphone owners, as they had to go to a nearby mobile phone shop to get existing SIM cards cut out to fit the new handset from Cupertino, or to purchase a...

Motorola Droid 4 soak test for Ice Cream Sandwich happening?

08/06/2012, There are rumbles going on and around in the Internet that does point towards the possibility of Motorola’s Droid 4 smartphone is about to be immersed in a new software update soak test. While there is no confirmation that this particular soak test...