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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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Epic 4G Touch user guide online

09/14/2011, The Samsung Galaxy S2 is arriving on Sprint this Friday as the Epic 4G Touch, and what better way to prepare yourself for its arrival than reading up everything about it? The folks over at Samsung have released the user guide for the Epic 4G Touch which...

Google Goggles gets updated to version 1.6

09/14/2011, If you’re an avid user of Google Goggles, the good news is that the app for Android has recently been updated to version 1.6, and brought with it several new features that supposedly makes your smartphone “smarter”.

Parrot unveils MiniKit+ Bluetooth car kit

09/14/2011, If you’re constantly on the move and need to travel from location to location, getting yourself a Bluetooth hands free kit for your phone in the car is probably a good idea. Now if you happen to be the type that has more than one cellphone, Parrot has...

Vodafone Australia unleashes HTC Trophy Windows Phone Mango update

09/14/2011, It is safe to assume that the majority of Windows Phone users out there have been waiting for the Mango update for a long, long time ever since they caught whiff of it. Well, hold your breath just for a little bit longer as Vodafone Australia has just...

RingShuffle: Say goodbye to stalkers

09/14/2011, How many times have you given out your number only to wish that you haven’t? It could be to a sales person at the mall, a guy/girl you’ve met at the bar while drunk, or a friend’s friend who later turned out to be weird. It could be any of those...

JukeB handset headed to Virgin Mobile

09/14/2011, Virgin Mobile users, it looks like the Motorola Titanium will not be the first Android Gingerbread handset to arrive on the carrier, but rather a relatively obscure handset called the JukeB. As the name implies, there’s some sort of music/audio theme...

LG Marquee pricing and launch date revealed

09/14/2011, Heads up Sprint subscribers, it looks like the LG Marquee has gone official with a price and release date! For those unfamiliar with the device, the LG Marquee is Sprint’s version of the LG Optimus Black, and it is currently being marketed as a...

PlayStation 3 controller made to work with Android phones

09/14/2011, Love playing games on your Android phone but wished that you had physical buttons to play your favorite games on it, well it turns out that it’s possible. Some developers have managed to create an app that allows your Android Phone to recognize the...

SpyEye makes its way onto Android as Spitmo

09/14/2011, A while back we reported on SpyEye, a trojan on the PC which was referred to as the “Swiss Army knife” of hacking toolkits. Through SpyEye, the hackers can issue commands to all the computers that have been infected, stealing information, causing...

Motorola Dinara test photo surfaces

09/14/2011, These days when it comes to Motorola devices, all that is being talked about at the moment is the Droid Bionic, and given its specs and features, we are not surprised. Unfortunately the same hype seemed to have overshadowed another big Motorola device,...

Gigbeat searches for concerts near you based on your music library

09/14/2011, What kind of songs do you have in your music library? Are you more of a top 40 type of listener, or is your taste more niche? Well if there’s a particular genre you favor, there’s now an Android app available that will keep an eye out for you for...

Epson MegaPlex projectors target iDevices

09/14/2011, If you happen to own an iPod, iPhone or iPad and use one (or all three of them) as your portable entertainment center of choice, aren’t there moments when you felt that, if only your eyes were treated to a far larger display? That’s right,...

iPhone controls industrial-size robots

09/14/2011, Don’t you find it amazing that something as small as a brain is smart enough to control a whole body? Well, I guess the same principle can be applied to the world of robots – imagine using the humble iPhone to control a really huge robot...