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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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Verizon Galaxy Nexus update fixes signal issues?

09/16/2012, If you happen to be rocking to a Galaxy Nexus over on Verizon, are you one of those who did run into signal issues that did not allow you to stick to a 4G connection for more than just a handful of minutes before the connection dropped? That would be an...

iPhone 5 lines begin in New York four days prior

09/16/2012, Four days before the iPhone 5 is sold in participating retail stores and we already have some New Yorkers starting to line up for the iPhone 5. Four days! I wonder how much productivity is lost in the respective offices that these New Yorkers hold because...

More Oppo Find 5 details divulged

09/16/2012, More than a week ago, we took a look at the Oppo Find 5 phablet, where we did mention that it will come with a 441 ppi display (weighing in at 5” and having 1920 x 1080 resolution), accompanied by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean as the mobile operating system of...

Alleged Verizon Galaxy Note 2 gets pictured

09/16/2012, What you see above is not exactly the clearest images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 that has been pictured in the while, and at the back you are able to make out the Verizon logo and name without mistaking it for a different mobile carrier. Well, we...

Samsung blows iPhone 5 away in newspaper ad

09/16/2012, So the iPhone 5 was revealed just last week, and much has been said about the device. Even if you are the most loyal Apple fan, you cannot deny the fact that the improvements made to Apple’s best iPhone yet are not that revolutionary, but rather, they...

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 confirmed for T-Mobile US

09/16/2012, More than a week ago, we found out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has a high chance of appearing on T-Mobile, coming under the guise of the Samsung SGH-T889. Well, fast forward to today, and it has been confirmed that T-Mobile will be on the receiving end...

iPhone 5 A6 chip probably has custom core design

09/16/2012, For all the noise that was made around the relative lack of novelty with the iPhone 5, it’s fair to say that most people will probably agree on the fact that it is a faster phone, and not in a small way. Without running proper benchmarks,...

Bender HP Android Smartphone in GLBenchmark DB

09/16/2012, Not long after HP’s CEO Meg Whitman made comments about re-entering the smartphone market, here is a screenshot from the GLBenchmark database that suggests that there is an Android HP smartphone codenamed Bender that has submitted some data there....

Motorola Droid RAZR M Review

09/14/2012, The Motorola Droid RAZR M was just made available to the public, so it’s time for a review. We have played with the device since its official launch in New York last week. The overall idea of this device is to provide a compact form factor, and a...

HP CEO hints at a future smartphone

09/14/2012, Back in 2010, when HP acquired Palm, hopes were high about the company. The $1.2 billion deal allowed HP to make use of Palm’s OS on its tablets and smartphones. It was expected that the deal would finally allow HP to take off in the smartphone...

Samsung works on 13-megapixel camera sensors for mobile devices

09/14/2012, South Korean consumer electronics giant Samsung has just revealed that they intend to make a splash in the camera sensor market for mobile devices by developing a 13-megapixel camera sensor that has been identified to be the S5K3L2 in terms of its model...

Microsoft employees enjoy a very Windows Christmas

09/14/2012, It would seem that being a Microsoft employee this year would require you to purchase a new jacket, preferably one with large pockets, as it was reported that Microsoft employees will be on the receiving end of Surface tablets, Windows Phone 8 handsets,...

PETALS use smartphones as mine detectors

09/14/2012, At this point in time, you can say that the most popular method of locating landmines would be through the use of metal detectors. Well, Red Lotus Technologies have come up with a new kind of technology that they dubbed PETALS, short for Pattern...