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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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Google Maps now shows you NYC subway alerts

07/31/2012, If you’ve ever experienced the inconvenience of arriving at a subway platform only to find out that your train has been rerouted to another line or skipping stops – we’ve got some good news for you. Google announced today on its Lat Long Blog...

Multi-user support coming to Android?

07/31/2012, If you like the idea of sharing one Android device between a few people (i.e. your housemates or your family) but don’t want them messing with your settings or apps you’re in luck. It looks like we’ll be getting multi-user support on Android...

Android and Chrome to feature radial-style menus?

07/31/2012, It looks like Apple isn’t the only one looking into using radial menus on its mobile operating system. According to reports online, a recently revealed patent shows that Google is considering implementing radial-style menus to Chrome and Android in the...

Sony LT29i Hayabusa spotted in the wild again

07/31/2012, Last week we spotted pictures of Sony’s upcoming LT29i Hayabusa and now we’ve got even more pictures of the phone to show you. The folks over at ePrice managed to get some hands-on time with an engineering prototype of the phone and were kind enough...

Code for multiple user accounts spotted in AOSP Jelly Bean

07/31/2012, If you have a tablet at home that is shared between members of the family, you probably wish that there were multiple user accounts so that when the user logs in, apps, settings, bookmarks and etc would be loaded specifically for that user. This would...

40% of device thefts in NYC are reportedly Apple products

07/31/2012, Granted that pretty much most of our modern technology these days can be stolen and resold in black markets, there are naturally some products that are worth more than others simply because of the demand for them. Apparently Apple products top that list...

HTC withdraws a critical patent in their ITC complaint again Apple

07/31/2012, As some of you guys are aware by now, the Apple and Samsung lawsuit has officially kicked off with jury selection, but there are still other legal battles going on, such as the one with HTC. However it has been reported that HTC has since withdrawn a...

Google Wallet gets hacked onto a Samsung Galaxy S3

07/31/2012, If you believe that the NFC standard of paying is indeed the future, services such as Google Wallet is one that is probably familiar to you. Unfortunately Google Wallet has yet to be made universal for all Android devices, which means that unless you’re...

T-Mobile’s Sidekick 4G has been officially retired

07/31/2012, T-Mobile’s Sidekick handset is a pretty iconic one that has been used in many television shows, movies and music videos in the past due to its rather unique way of sliding open. That being said, if you were planning on getting your hands on the Sidekick...

Facebook for iOS gains a new Save feature

07/31/2012, If you’re living the digital age where social networks are prevalent, then chances are you have a Facebook or Twitter app installed on your smartphone. If you’re the type that checks Facebook constantly for news and updates, there probably are times...

Pantech Renue arrives at AT&T

07/31/2012, AT&T has a spanking new smartphone for the masses, especially those with a heart for the environment. We are talking about the Pantech Renue, which is made out of 67% recyclable components, now how about that? It will not just decompose by itself if...

Apple sold 250 million iPhones to date

07/30/2012, It took Apple just 5 years to move a whopping 250 million iPhones around the world, clearly happy that they are residing in the pockets of many people in the streets regardless of age, religion, culture or creed – instead of languishing on the store...

Android U.S market share declines, according to research

07/30/2012, Global technology research firm Strategy Analytics has published a report today revealing that Android’s U.S. market share has lost its ground to iOS, falling from 60 percent in the second quarter of 2011 to 56 percent in Q2 this year. Albeit Android...

Piracy rates are higher on iOS than on Android, developer says

07/30/2012, In what seems to be an unintentional response to our previous report surrounding the supposed rampant piracy on Android, another developer believes that the reverse is true. Chris Pruett, a developer for the popular game Wind-up Knight and founder of...