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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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BlackBerry Torch 9850 press shot leaked

08/01/2011, The replacement to the original BlackBerry Torch, the Torch 9850 has been talked about, leaked in photographs, and now – spotted as a rendered press shot, thanks to the folks at pocketnow.com. But RIM still has yet to officially announce the device....

Nokia 500 not as fast as it seems to be on paper

08/01/2011, You know the ridiculous MHz race back in the early 1990s with all the 386 and 486 processors? Well, the same can also be said of cell phone processors, although not up to the extent of the 80×86 processor era. Nokia’s latest Nokia 500...

Android virus does voice recordings on the quiet

08/01/2011, Who says that phones are safe enough to use that there is no need for anti-virus software? That might be true in the older days before color displays and Internet connectivity on the handset became the norm, but now, we have mobile operating systems that...

BlackBerry Bold 9900 for T-Mobile coming this August 31st?

08/01/2011, Will the last day of August mark the first day of the BlackBerry Bold 9900’s life over at T-Mobile? That seems to be the case as said smartphone has already gone through the rigors over at the FCC, showing off support for T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network,...

Nokero solar phone charger targets the poor

08/01/2011, It is said that “500 million of the world’s cell phone owners have no access to electricity” – at least according to a Hong Kong and Denver-based company who claims that solar power charging panels are the solution to this question. It does...

Kyocera Echo Gingerbread update reported to brick phones

08/01/2011, Did you pick up the dual-screen Android device, the Kyocera Echo, when it was released earlier this year? If you have then we’ve got some good news and bad news for you. The good news? It has been reported that the OTA Android 2.3 Gingerbread update...

Motorola Photon 4G Review

08/01/2011, This complete Motorola Photon 4G review goes over its capabilities, strengths and weaknesses to give you an idea of how it feels to use it in the real world.

Windows Phone revenue rumored to be under $613 million

08/01/2011, How much success is Microsoft having with Windows Phone? It’s hard to tell, since Microsoft has been pretty much quiet about the whole situation when it comes to dishing out the sales figures. However, the folks over at Seattle Pi dug up stats and...

id America Cushi pads give your iPhone 4 something soft to land on

08/01/2011, Want to protect your iPhone 4 without the bulkiness of having a case? The id America’s Cushi might be right up your alley. Made from EVA foam (or expanded rubber), these adhesive pads stick right onto the back surface of your iPhone 4, giving it...

Samsung Mobile Up, LCD Business Under Pressure

08/01/2011, Samsung has published its quarterly results, and overall, the mobile division is lifting the whole company as the LCD business remains under enormous price pressure. Overall, mobile telephony is still a growing segment of the market, with more than 11%...

HTC Desire gets Android 2.3 Gingerbread update

08/01/2011, At long last, after going through some “ayes” and “nays” to the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for the HTC Desire, here it is on an official basis right from the horse’s mouth. HTC UK has announced the availability of this...

Verizon to integrate American Express Serve on phones and tablets

08/01/2011, In an official announcement today, Verizon and American Express have announced that they will be integrating Serve on many Verizon mobile phones and tablets. Serve is touted as a next-generation digital payment and commerce platform – a service that...