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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 Explains Galaxy Note 3 Region Lock In Detail

11/14/2013, It was discovered back in September that Samsung’s latest phablet, the Galaxy Note 3, could be region locked. This would have meant trouble for frequent travellers or customers who rely on the grey market in their countries to buy such devices....

MapQuest Launches Redesigned iPhone, Android App

11/14/2013, Prior to Google Maps, MapQuest was the king of direction giving, although we’re sure if you used the service, you ended up with directions that were actually less accurate than Apple Maps. Either way, people trusted MapQuest back in the day and the...


Digg iOS App Updated With Digg Video Support

11/14/2013, Digg announced its latest service, Digg Video, last week that would help bring all of the most viral videos on the Internet into one easy-to-find location. Users of Digg’s iOS application will now be able to get in on the Digg Video goodness as the...

Updated Facebook Messenger Rolls Out To The Masses

11/14/2013, A couple of weeks ago, we heard that Facebook would be updating its Messenger app and give it a new look. Facebook has been taking a while to get up to speed with its update of the Messenger app, given that they had already updated their Facebook app to...

Verizon’s Moto X Dropped To $49.99 On Contract

11/14/2013, Just the other day Verizon announced that they would be dropping the price of the Moto X handset to a mere $99.99 on contract. Well it turns out that for whatever reason, Verizon has decided to discount the Moto X even further and if you were to hit up...

New Sony Xperia Z1s Photo Leaked

11/14/2013, The word on the street is that Sony has a new smartphone in the works known as the Xperia Z1s, which is apparently the international version of the Xperia Z1 f which was launched in Japan back in October. While it remains unknown as to when Sony will...

ZTE Eco-Mobius Concept Modular Smartphone

11/14/2013, The idea of a modular handset is not new at all, where just a couple of months back, we talked about the Phonebloks concept that certainly stoked the interest of many. Well, it seems that China-based ZTE Corporation might be on to something this time...

Sprint Waives Calls And SMS Fees To The Philippines From The US

11/14/2013, Our hearts go out to those who are affected, directly and indirectly, by the super typhoon Haiyan that had ravaged the Philippines. It is nice to know that companies and organizations have already mobilized themselves to help victims of the typhoon, and...

YotaPhone To Ship From December Onward

11/13/2013, The YotaPhone which was announced sometime at the end of last year certainly did look revolutionary back then – especially when it boasts of a dual-screen configuration that comprises of a 4.3” 720p LCD display, in addition to an E-Ink unit that...

Xiaomi Red Rice 2 Rumored For December Announcement

11/13/2013, Earlier this year, Xiaomi unveiled the Red Rice Android smartphone that proved to be surprisingly popular, although considering its price of $130, we guess this isn’t too surprising. Well word on the street has it that Xiaomi is already planning its...

Nexus 5 Owner Finds Key Lime Pie Preinstalled On His Phone [Updated]

11/13/2013, The Nexus 5 was released not too long ago and as is the case with pretty much the vast majority of Nexus 5 owners, the device came with Android 4.4 KitKat preinstalled, unsurprising given that this is the latest version of Android available at the moment....

CyanogenMod Phone Rumored To Be In The Works

11/13/2013, CyanogenMod started off as a custom ROM for Android smartphones where smartphone users could install the ROM if they did not like the user interface offered to them by their smartphone OEM. CyanogenMod has since grown and last we heard, it would come...