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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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Mobile World Congress 2010 in a nutshell

02/19/2010, If you have not followed the detailed (or even live) coverage of Mobile World Congress, this post will give you a quick overview of things that we found particularly interesting. New handsets: “mini” is fashionable again! Although there were...

Google Shopper for Android

02/19/2010, Google’s latest step in world domination comes in the form of Google Shopper for Android devices, allowing you to shop smarter. The application relies on your Android’ smartphone’s camera to scan majority of barcodes out there, alongside...

Ubergizmo’s MWC Best of Show: Windows Phone 7

02/19/2010, MWC 2010 has witnessed the comeback of Microsoft into the mobile OS race – at least in terms of hype and mind share (we’ll have to try the final product!). Just recently, Windows Mobile was considered by many as “lost” or...

LG Waffle to hit South Korea in 2G

02/19/2010, A country which is as technologically advanced as South Korea will be getting an extremely dumbed down phone (by their standards) in the form of the LG Waffle, otherwise known as the LG-SV770. This 2G handset won’t be able to offer super fast...

iVdopia Releases SDK for Video Ads on Android

02/18/2010, Picture: iVpodia video ad running on the Nexus One Today, iVdopia, the mobile ad network and platform released its SDK , enabling Android developers to include video advertising in their applications. iVdopia added features, sponsorship, and...

Motorola BACKFLIP from AT&T

02/18/2010, AT&T will be selling the Android-powered Motorola BACKFLIP from March 7, 2010 onwards, making it the first device sold by AT&T which runs off the Google Android operating system. AT&T has slapped a $99.99 price point on the smartphone (after...

Acer neoTouch P400 Windows Mobile 6.5 Phone

02/17/2010, [MWC 2010] The neoTouch P400 could be seen as the Windows Mobile nemesis of the beTouch E400 (Android). However, the user experience is very different. Here, you have Windows Mobile 6.5 – and that’s convenient if you edit Office documents, but...

Sonim XP2 Spirit arrives

02/16/2010, [MWC 2010] Sonim’s XP2 Spirit is now available, being the first 3G handset from the folks over at Sonim. As with other products from its stable, this is one tough cookie, boasting the following specifications which we hope will whet your appetite if...

Huawei SmaKit S7

02/16/2010, Updated article with photo gallery – original article posted 02/15/2010 [MWC 2010] Huawei’s SmaKit S7 is yet another device from Huawei that features a 7″ widescreen display with a 800 x 480 resolution. You will be able to check out its...

iWonder $100 Tablet Powered by Marvell

02/16/2010, [MWC 2010 Mobile Focus] Foxconn, a powerful Taiwanese contract manufacturer, is set to debut a $100 Android tablet in China. Of course, $100 is incredibly cheap and at that price you can’t expect to have a build quality comparable to an iPad: The...

HTC HD Mini unveiled

02/16/2010, [MWC 2010] Just fresh from the launch, the HTC HD Mini was exposed on the show. The idea behind the HTC HD mini is that you *should* have the same user experience (than the HD) – but with a smaller device… Anyway, the device has a 3.2”...

HTC Legend announced

02/16/2010, [MWC 2010] After the usual period of rumors, HTC has made the HTC Legend official at Mobile World Congress. The device looks like a futuristic version of the HTC Hero – but with a much better 3.2” AMOLED display. An optical trackpad has been...