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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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Hot Phone Reviews


Dual-Sim ZTC 8898 runs NES games

12/19/2007, This Dual-SIM ZTC 8898 GSM phones has a NES games emulator, has two displays and a QWERTY keyboard. Although it has a “Windows Start” and an “Internet Explorer” button, the screenshots suggest that it runs on Symbian OS – or...

ICON 225 USB 3G Modem

12/19/2007, Orange has an interesting USB 3G modem that supports every data connection protocol in use on most GSM networks up to HSDPA. Its main feature is its size: it is smaller than most PC Cards/USB modems that I have seen in retail so far. Orange will give it...

Wi-Fi Army game for Google Android

12/19/2007, Wi-Fi Army is a mix between a first person shooter and a spy game… in the real world. The game knows where the players are, thanks to the phone’s GPS and when an opponent enters a 300feet (100m) radius, his/her profile will pop on your phone...

Nokia Digital Pen with Bluetooth

12/18/2007, Years after Logitech made them popular, digital pens are back with a vengeance. After the Fly Fusion Pen, Nokia is preparing to launch its Nokia SU-27W. This codename sounds like a Russian fighter plane but it is a Bluetooth pen that can function for 3...

Toshiba Portege G910, G920 Smartphones

12/17/2007, Toshiba is not a very active Smartphone player, but the company has submitted two new devices to the FCC. Named Portege G910 and G920, we suspect that the new phones will run on Windows Mobile 6, given that there’s a “start menu” button...

Voice2TXT from Alltel Wireless

12/17/2007, Alltel Wireless has just launched a new service known as Voice2TXT, making it the first of the five largest US carriers to enable subscribers to receive voicemails in text form. Voice2TXT is now made available to just any Alltel Wireless SMS text message...

Cricket launches Samsung SCH-R610

12/17/2007,  Cricket has just made available the Samsung SCH-R610 handset to Cricket customers, featuring a high resolution 262k color TFT display, EVDO: CDMA 800/PCS 1900MHz, a built-in MP3 player, a microSD memory card slot, BREW 3.14, a 1.3 megapixel camera,...

DrFirst e-prescribing system for iPhone

12/14/2007, iPhone owners (physicians in particular) will be able to have access to an unparalleled e-prescribing experience on the Apple iPhone thanks to DrFirst’s Rcopia e-prescribing system. Physicians and their staff will gain the ability to perform all of...

T-Mobile Shadow Review (aka HTC Juno)

12/12/2007, When the first images of the Shadow (codenamed “Juno” by HTC, the manufacturer) started to hit the web, there was a lot of excitement around this elegant phone, powered by Windows Mobile 6, and equipped with a sliding keyboard. Even though it does not...

The iPhone 2 is “almost done”

12/12/2007, Financial analysts have zeroed-in on the idea that the second generation iPhone is in its “final stage”, thanks to information provided by components suppliers (the best source of leaks). According to them, the second iPhone will more or less...

Seiko 905i handsets get A-GPS tech

12/12/2007, NTT DoCoMo will be throwing in assisted global positioning system (A-GPS) technology from Epson into all eight 905i series cellphones. This initiative will see Epson’s GPS modules being used, employing Epson’s advanced original GPS technology...

BenQ Siemens SL98 reverse slider

12/12/2007, The BenQ Siemens SL98 cellphone is truly unique as it takes the slider form factor and turns it upside down by working in the reverse. When closed, the SL98 somewhat resembles the Samsung Upstage, featuring a single-line display on top and a standard...

RoverPC C6 GSM GPRS phone

12/12/2007, The RoverPC C6 GSM GPRS phone doesn’t make much of a visual impact when you look at it, but it is meant to be a reliable handset under all cicumstances. Powered by a 300MHz Samsung 2442B processor, the RoverPC runs on Windows Mobile 6.0 and has a...

Nokia Eco Sensor concept

12/11/2007, Nokia has been toying with some concept ideas, coming up with the Eco Sensor Concept that comes in two parts – the handset itself as well as a wearable strap. The reason for the strap would be to monitor the owner’s vital statistics in...