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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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iPhone 4 allegedly explodes and burns someone’s hand

02/17/2011, Could exploding phones be in vogue again? Following earlier reports of a Motorola Droid 2 allegedly blowing up, now someone out there claims that an iPhone 4 blew up too. According to reports, the user noticed that the phone became extremely hot while his...

Extreme Reality brings touchless controls to phones

02/17/2011, [MWC] Back when cell phones were created, I’m pretty nobody ever imagined we’d have touchscreens for displays. Well now it’s the year 2011, technology has really progressed and touchscreens aren’t mythical anymore. What’s the...

Pantech Vega S Smartphone to be released in Korea

02/17/2011, Pantech are a company known for budget phones over here, but recently they’ve decided to move on into making high-end Android handsets, and their latest device to be released in Korea looks pretty sweet. Called the Vega S IM-A730S, the phone packs a...

Anti Sleep Pilot turns your iPhone into an anti-sleeping device

02/17/2011, Having problems staying awake during long drives back home? Well the folks over at ASP Technology have recently released an app to solve help solve your sleeping problems. Called Anti Sleep Pilot, this app is ASP Technology’s attempt at preventing...

Xperia Play price unveiled?

02/17/2011, The folks over at theGamerBuzz recently discovered a contest on Facebook offering the Xperia Play up for grabs (PlayStation Phone for those of you still out of the loop) and might have uncovered the price of the Xperia Play at the same time. In the rules...

Smartphones from Dell for the year 2011 – and beyond

02/16/2011, Dell has some pretty interesting plans for their range of smartphones, according to the 2011 leak anyways. Not willing to risk everything with just one side, Dell has decided to keep Android and Windows Phone 7 fans happy with a fair number of models...

Virgin Mobile introduces Android 2.2 to Samsung Intercept

02/16/2011, Virgin Mobile USA has some good news for its Samsung Intercept owners – they carrier will be rolling out their Android 2.2 Froyo update sometime early this spring, which could point towards March 25 thereabouts according to whispers on the ground....

Samsung Galaxy Mini caters for those on a tight budget

02/16/2011, [MWC] We know that times are still pretty hard at the moment, so it is no surprise to see handset manufacturers concentrate more than just the high end side of things – in fact, the entry level and mid-range market are normally where the big money...

Nokia Windows Phone 7 devices to be delayed?

02/16/2011, Despite the recent announcement of Nokia’s partnership with Nokia, the Finnish mobile giant isn’t going to be releasing any Windows Phone 7 devices anytime soon. The first Nokia phones running Microsoft’s operating system will have to...

Virgin Mobile lowers cap for ‘unlimited’ data plan

02/16/2011, You know how it is with mobile carriers – their unlimited data plan normally comes with an asterisk in its description, simply because you don’t get what you pay for, and the moment you hit a predetermined figure in your total data used, your...

LG Optimus 3D is most powerful smartphone in the world

02/16/2011, AnandTech has decided to run some tests of their own in order to determine which smartphone is the most powerful in the world, and as you can clearly see in the horizontal bar graph above, the LG Optimus 3D leads the pack – and then some. Coming up...

AmberWatch SafeText keeps you informed of your children’s texts

02/16/2011, Protext Mobility has just announced the launch of their new app for Android devices called SafeText. The aim of the app? To enable and empower parents with an “easy to use, robust set of tools and features designed to help and protect and manage...