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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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Nokia 603 is their latest Symbian Belle smartphone

10/13/2011, Nokia just introduced their latest Symbian Belle-powered smartphone, the Nokia 603, in Turkey earlier today. This smartphone comes in a bevy of colors that you can see above, and it will also sport a price point that should make your accountant happy...

iOS 5 tethered jailbreak is now available

10/13/2011, iOS 5 isn’t even out for a full 24 hours and the iPhone Dev Team managed to roll out a jailbroken (tethered) iOS 5 that caters for the iPhone 4, the iPhone 3GS, both iPads, and the iPod touch (3rd and 4th generations, of course). Needless to say,...

AT&T says LTE phones won’t drain battery in a jiffy

10/13/2011, You know the drill – if you do not do plenty of data access from online sources on your smartphone, then turning off its 3G or LTE radio would go a long way in preserving battery life. Needless to say, those running on 3G will use up less juice than...

Samsung Galaxy Note 5.3 targeted at females?

10/12/2011, Are having gender-targeted devices ever a good idea? Well, the folks over at HTC thought so when they released the HTC Rhyme (aka Bliss) and now it appears that Samsung is taking the Galaxy Note in the same direction. The 5.3″ device with the...

Twitter fully integrated into iOS 5

10/12/2011, As most of you should know by now (if you’ve upgraded your iOS devices) that Twitter is fully integrated into iOS 5. Now what does this all mean? Well, if you’re a huge user of Twitter, it basically means good news, and for those of you who...

Trick or Tracker keeps you informed on your kids’ whereabouts

10/12/2011, Halloween is just around the corner, and if you have any children that are planning to go trick or treating, you might want to keep an eye out for them. But since it’s never cool follow your kids around, how about use the power of technology to...

Magellan RoadMate app for iPhone upgraded

10/12/2011, Magellan has just announced an update for its iPhone GPS navigation app, RoadMate, to version 2.2. Besides being a functional navigation app to help you find a way to your destination, the update brings your maps up to date, adds red light camera and...

iOS 5 Update Problems

10/12/2011, Nothing in the beta could have let us foresee that the iOS 5 update process would be harder than usual, but it was. It is fair to assume that unresponsive servers and possibly some issues with iTunes  itself may be the cause of the troubles that some...

Samsung Nexus Prime launch pushed to the 19th?

10/12/2011, We know that the launch of the Nexus Prime and Ice Cream Sandwich has been pushed back but there hasn’t been any official word about when the event has been postponed to. Well, according to the folks at Engadget who received some inside information...

Find My Friends iPhone App Released

10/12/2011, Now that iOS 5 is in the wild (it has been in beta for months), Apple has released the Find My Friends app. The concept isn’t new: this is an app that lets you locate your friends who willingly share their position temporarily, or at all times....

BerryMover app imports Blackberry data into iPhone

10/12/2011, If you’re a current Blackberry owner who is making the jump over to the iPhone 4/ 4S, you might be worried about importing data from your Blackberry device. For starters, not only is the iPhone a completely different platform, but it does not feature...

iOS 5 download is now available

10/12/2011, The long wait is over – those of you who sat through seven Beta releases as well as a solitary gold master, the final version (that is ready for a commercial release) of Apple’s iOS 5 is now available for download to those who have compatible...

Sharp Q-Pod phone targets those with a sweet tooth

10/12/2011, They say that chocolate is a magical kind of food, functioning as an aphrodisiac as well as a general “feel good” food when taken in reasonable quantities. Well, those who have a great love for chocolate might want to check out the Sharp Q-Pod...

Samsung considering bringing Bada into US market

10/12/2011, Samsung’s very own mobile platform, Bada, has done well for itself in Europe, and with the smartphone platform market in the US starting to look a bit crowded with Android, iOS, Blackberry OS, Windows Phone and Symbian just to name a few, what will...