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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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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...

Windows Phone 7 Connector arrives at Mac App Store

02/16/2011, Apple’s Mac App Store has one additional high profile company taking part in it, as Microsoft has added its Windows Phone 7 Connector to the store as a free download. This version is similar to the earlier version, though it offers official support for...

doubleTwist lets Android users stream media to game consoles

02/15/2011, If you happen to own either an Xbox 360 or PS3 (or both) in addition to an Android-powered phone, you might be interested to check out doubleTwist – a new app for Google’s mobile operating system which functions in a similar manner to that of...

Ice Cream Sandwich a combination of Gingerbread and Honeycomb?

02/15/2011, What happens when you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place? How about, out of the fire and into the frying pan? Both adages are pretty negative expressions, since it also means “Heads I win, tails you lose”. Well, here’s some...

NVIDIA Project KAL-EL Preview

02/15/2011, KAL-EL: If you thought that Tegra 2 was fast, think again. We've got a bit more details about NVIDIA's Project KAL-EL, also referred to as Tegra 3 before

TEGRA Roadmap 2014: 100X Faster than Tegra 2

02/15/2011, [MWC] NVIDIA has showed us something remarkable: their Tegra roadmap from 2011 to 2014. If you look at the Y-axis of the graph above, you’ll see 100 – that is the performance scale relative to Tegra 2, which is the fastest dual-core SoC in...

Samsung offers more details on bada 2.0 operating system at MWC

02/15/2011, [MWC] Samsung might be churning out some pretty mean Android-powered smartphones at the moment, but that doesn’t mean the consumer electronics giant is not going to concentrate on their in-house developed mobile operating system platform that is...

LG-C320 Feature Phone

02/15/2011, [WMC] In a world where smartphones are rising fast, life for feature phones is hard – they seem like a dying species. In order to just make it to the next year, they have to use their last defense: be very cute (that’s true for babies too, btw). And...

Jabra announces STONE2 Bluetooth headset

02/15/2011, [MWC] Jabra intends to set MWC 2011 alight with a couple of announcements, where the STONE2 Bluetooth headset makes waves by bringing a whole new level of usability to Bluetooth headsets. Expect to see a combination of features that are not short on style...

ZTE Skate debuts at MWC 2011

02/15/2011, [MWC] ZTE from China hasn’t really impressed all that much when it comes to their range of smartphones, but this time around, the company decided to take advantage of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona to roll out their Android-powered Skate. Why is...

Gemalto squeezes Facebook into a SIM card

02/15/2011, Gemalto has come up with a novel way for mobile users to get access to Facebook. The company has managed to get Facebook running on a SIM chip, allowing every GSM phone to access Facebook, even if it’s the most basic phone. It’s a SIM-based client...

HTC ChaCha and Salsa unveiled with dedicated Facebook button

02/15/2011, [MWC 2011] Remember those leaked HTC phones with a dedicated Facebook button? Turns out that those phones were real, as HTC has unveiled the HTC ChaCha and HTC Salsa, both devices that offer easy access to Facebook via a dedicated button. These phones are...