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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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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 to arrive in US a day earlier than in Europe?

07/26/2012, Just a few days ago, we brought you word that sources close to Samsung say that the Galaxy Note 2 is primed and ready for an August 15th rollout in Europe, and here is a bit of news which might just bring some added cheer to the masses living Stateside....

Google now lets you search with your handwriting

07/26/2012, If you’ve got a mobile device and want a new way to search Google without using your on-screen keyboard, you’re in luck. Google today announced a new feature for its mobile website: Handwrite. In case you’re in a place where it’s...

Gresso Cruiser Air Black going for a cool $1,700

07/26/2012, I am not quite sure about you, but when it comes to spending money on a new phone, I would say the ceiling price would be approximately $600 thereabouts for an unlocked unit, and at that price point, the pocket already hurts like hell – which leads...

3D City View and Tour Guide hits Google Earth iOS version

07/26/2012, If you happen to use Google Earth on an iOS-powered device (namely the iPad and the iPhone), then surely you would have noticed that the latest version of Google Earth for iOS will now be able to support the visual wonders of 3D imagery – that is,...

Tigra BikeCharge keeps your smartphone charged while you cycle

07/26/2012, Last year we wrote about a bicycle charger that only works with Nokia phones, and if you’ve been looking for an alternative that can power any smartphone that gets juiced via a USB port, you’re in luck. The folks over at Tigra Sport have come...

Motorola Photon Q officially announced by Sprint

07/26/2012, It looks like we can now finally confirm the existence of the Motorola Photon Q. After being touted by Sprint CEO Dan Hesse at the company’s Q2 earnings call this morning , Sprint is finally making it official. Sprint said that the Motorola Photon...

Tachyon app lets you play two instruments at the same time

07/26/2012, Looking for an app to challenge your musical prowess? Well, you can look no further than Tachyon, an app by Jordan Rudess and Kevin Chartier, keyboardist of Dream Theater and the creator of MorphWiz respectively. Designed for iOS devices, this app allows...

Sony 2011 Xperia phones not getting Jelly Bean update?

07/26/2012, If you own a Sony Xperia phone from the year 2011, it looks like you won’t be receiving the latest version of Android – at least through official  channels. According to reports online, Sony UK has mentioned on its Facebook page (in reply to...

Motorola Photon Q arriving this fall?

07/26/2012, In addition to announcing its quarterly earnings during the Q2 earnings call, it looks like Sprint had some additional information to reveal. When asked about the Motorola Photon Q, Sprint’s CEO Dan Hesse mentioned that the phone is coming very...

Sony LT30p Mint given its first hands-on

07/26/2012, We’re all expecting Sony’s LT30p Mint to be announced at its pre-IFA event next month, but it looks like the job has been done for them. The folks over at Mobile-Review have managed to get their hands on the phone and gave an in-depth review...

BlackBerry 10 gets a fancy photo editor

07/26/2012, BlackBerry phones aren’t known for their photo editing capabilities especially without any third-party software installed, but it looks like that will change with BlackBerry 10. The folks over at CrackBerry have managed to get their hands on a...