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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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DIY remote controlled camera

12/03/2007, So your cellphone has GPS, push email, and camera functions all built inside it? While those are pretty impressive, the handset still can’t take a photo without your manual help. This DIY project hacks a standard handset, using a Picaxe...

Disposable cellphone from Hop-on

12/03/2007, Hop-on will be bringing back its unique disposable cellphone with tracking accessibility after Verizon Wireless announced that it will “allow outside phone and mobile devices to connect to their network”. This disposable handset known as The...

LG KU990 Viewty external review

12/03/2007, Holly of Coolest Gadgets has taken out the LG KU990 Viewty on a spin, and here are some excerpts. It’s a slim and good looking and doesn’t feel plasticky. I found messaging slightly easier then on my usual phone – being able to swap...

Sony Ericsson Z310 special edition

12/03/2007, Everyone loves special editions – admit it. It gives you that smug look knowing that you have something others don’t. Vodafone Europe has just released a special edition of the Sony Ericsson Z310, designed by renowned fashion designer...

Glofiish X650 PDA smartphone

12/03/2007, ETen has a spanking new GPS-capable PDA smartphone known as the Glofiish X650 that can currently be seen on the FCC website, indicating a release in the US pretty soon. The X650 pretty much resembles the X600, although it comes in a slightly different...

Exploding phone not the culprit

12/02/2007, Looks like Mr. Seo from Korea did not die from his exploding cellphone after all – in fact, it was due to a heavy vehicle accident that was concealed by Mr. Seo’s colleague (Mr. Kwon) due to the fact that the latter was at fault. According to...

Windows Mobile to feature more display resolutions

11/30/2007, Windows Mobile developers have been warned that their applications should support new resolutions (up to 480×800) and dynamic portrait/landscape change (which is not really new). The table above shows all the resolutions that applications should...

Self-destruct button USB hub is back

11/30/2007, And in a smaller form factor to boot! The designers took the original and thanks to the power of miniaturization, managed to squeeze it into a much smaller size. Unfortunately, you will lose all semblance of its big brother’s USB hub functionality....

Mini MOB cellphone

11/29/2007, The Mini MOB cellphone brings us back to the days where cellphones were really huge and could be used to crack open crabs at the dining table thanks to their sheer size and weight. This extremely retro handset not only handles everyday communications, but...

Loo-locating texting service

11/29/2007, Folks in central London will be able to take advantage of the new loo-locating texting service that was launched by the Westminster Council. This certainly comes in handy for those who are unfamiliar with London and yet absolutely need to go, texting...

Exploding Phone Kills

11/28/2007, This time, a 33-year old excavator driver from Korea. Mr. Seo was found lying dead beside his excavator in a stone quarry by his friends, with a cellphone in his pocket that had a severely melted battery, resulting in a burnt and fractured chest. Judging...

Mio to release 3G phones next year

11/26/2007, Mio Technology of Taiwan who has long developed GPS navigation devices aims to expand its product line by introducing 3G GPS PDA phones sometime in the second half of next year. This move aims to hedge itself against the competition, including HTC,...

Old cellphones turned to computers

11/26/2007, Engineers at Hokuto System in Japan have found a way to recycle old cellphones to turn them into fully functional computers. This is made possible by cramming a simple PC on a business card-sized circuit board known as DVIEW. It will go on sale in Japan...

Prism supports Apple iPhone

11/26/2007, Guess the Apple iPhone isn’t just meant to look good as it does have its fair share of practical purposes as proposed by Nextrials. Nextrials’ Prism clinical trial data management platform supports remote access via the Apple iPhone, giving...