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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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Samsung Won’t Confirm If Android 2.3 Will Arrive For Galaxy S

12/09/2010, Owners of the Samsung Galaxy S will be probably be itching to find out if their phones will be getting the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update. Despite the similarities between the Galaxy S and the Nexus S, the Korean company wouldn’t confirm if the...

Wyse PocketCloud 1.1 Now For Galaxy Tab

12/09/2010, Wyse PocketCloud allows user to remotely access their desktop computer from their Android and iOS mobile devices. Today, Wyse is releasing PocketCloud version 1.1, with enhanced performances , advanced Microsoft NLA security, and optimization for tablets...

Top Five Mobile Workforce Trends 2010

12/09/2010, iPass provides enterprise mobility services such as WiFi and mobile virtual network to a customer-base of 3,500 companies. In February, iPass started to ask its clients to participate in surveys, and this time, they managed to get between 1000 and 2000...

TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST GMT ready to empty your bank account

12/08/2010, At first glance, the name TAG Heuer Fuchsia MERIDIIST GMT might just evoke images of a classic looking watch in your mind, but when you study deeper into its meaning, it is actually a handset that has looks as its primary form of existence. After all, it...

Ti’s OMAP4440 Smartphone Chip Has Two Cortex A9 processors

12/08/2010, Texas Instrument (TI) is coming up with the OMAP4430 system-on-a-chip* (SoC) that should improve every aspect of smartphone/tablet usage, when compared to their previous generation product. TI claims that: Web page loading is 30% faster Graphics...

Skype for Symbian receives updates

12/08/2010, Skype for Symbian has just been updated, as this enhanced application will now be able to support more Symbian-powered smartphones than ever before, among them including the Nokia N8, Nokia C7 and Nokia E5. One of the new features that is thrown into the...

PSP Phone with Android 2.3 Gingerbread might be out next March

12/07/2010, We’ve seen the PSP Phone in video just a couple of days ago, and now here’s more interesting information about said smartphone – it is tipped to roll out in the market sometime next March, with Android 2.3 Gingerbread in tow. This is set...

Nokia X7 set to arrive via AT&T

12/07/2010, Gaming phones could very well be the next evolution of smartphones – if the Sony PSP Phone takes off, coupled with Nokia’s upcoming X7 gaming phone. The Nokia X7 will be available via AT&T, making it the first Symbian^3 device attached to...

Samsung W899 Android Flip Phone

12/07/2010, Samsung has already launched quite a number of Android-powered phones to date but the Korean company has just introduced its first Android-powered flip phone, namely the Samsung W899. The phone will be available via China Telecom soon, though there...

Google Maps For Mobile 5 Adds Dynamic Map Drawing

12/06/2010, Andy Rubin has showed off Google Maps for Mobile 5 at the D:Dive into Mobile event, and it’s looking pretty good. The biggest improvement in this version that everybody will be talking about is dynamic map drawing, which gives you vectors instead of...

Sony Ericsson Introduces Experience Packs For Its Xperia Phones

12/06/2010, Sony Ericsson has unveiled three sets of accessories for the Xperia X10, namely the XP110 Fitness Experience Pack, The XP120 Business Experience Pack and the XP130 Design Pack. The Fitness Experience Pack offers users the LiveView micro display accessory,...

Consumer Reports Slams U.S. Carrier AT&T

12/06/2010, U.S. carrier AT&T may be home to some of the most unhappy subscribers in the industry. As rated by Consumer Reports, AT&T has scored the worse possible scores in 8 of 9 possible categories, with slightly better than worse on the texting category....