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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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Is Motorola Planning To Release Its Own Mobile Operating System?

05/04/2010, It’s very obvious that Google’s Android OS plays a big part in Motorola’s devices nowadays, especially since the success of the Motorola Droid. On the other hand, some folks are busy wondering whether Motorola is planning to churn out...

Own Voice Allows You To Get Travel Directions In Your Own Voice

05/04/2010, We’re not exactly sure how much you love the sound of your own voice, but if for some reason you find your voice attractive, you’ll love the latest feature that Nokia has pulled out of the hat – Own Voice for Ovi Maps. With Own Voice,...

Official Twitter App For Android 2.1 Released

05/02/2010, Twitter junkies out there who are running an Android-powered phone should be overjoyed to hear that the social networking company has finally released its official Twitter application for Google’s Android OS. Amidst all that good news, there is some...

HP App Download Store

04/29/2010, Turns out that everybody wants to emulate Apple with its App Store success and next up HP has announced the launch of its HP Download Store which aims to make things easier for netbook users without a CD-ROM drive, though it’ll work fine for your...

Nokia X2 Music Phone Goes Official

04/29/2010, Nokia’s X-series mobile phones are hip looking music phones, and the X2 is a budget phone that still manages to fit into that category. The phone maintains the tried and tested candybar design and shouldn’t break the bank at €85($112)...

Could The BlackBerry 9670 Be A Verizon Wireless Exclusive Device?

04/29/2010, This is still very much in the rumor bin, but word is going around that the upcoming BlackBerry 9670 clamshell device might be a Verizon exclusive. According to the rumor, Verizon asked RIM to build such a device, according to their specifications, which...

Google Offers New Image Search For Android And iPhone

04/29/2010, Google is really focusing on the mobile market nowadays and the search engine giant has just announced that it has improved its image search for the iPhone and Android devices. The redesign of Google Image Search for mobile is currently available for...

Shanzai iPhone 4G clone

04/29/2010, The iPhone 4G isn’t even out yet, but the folks at Shanzai are ahead of even Apple themselves with a brand new iPhone 4G clone. This handset copies the design but don’t expect its innards and software to hold a candle to what Cupertino is able...

HP buys Palm, acquires key smartphone technology

04/28/2010, HP has announced that it will purchase Palm for about $1.2B in cash, which is about a 30% premium on the company’s market value when it was announced. For Palm, it simply means “survival”, but for HP, this could mean having a shot at...

Snaptu App Store Hits AT&T App Beta Site

04/28/2010, Not everybody’s phone might have a built-in App Store like the iPhone or those Android devices, but Snaptu might be able to help you out with that. It functions more or less like an app store for mobile phones that don’t have one built-in,...

Android-powered Vodafone 845 Goes Official

04/28/2010, Leaks of the Android-powered Vodafone 845 have been going around for some time now, and the device has finally gone official via Vodafone’s website. This is the first Vodafone-branded device to be powered by Google’s Android OS and it seems to fit...

iPhone Video Chat To Be Wi-Fi Only?

04/27/2010, While there seems to be quite some evidence that the upcoming iPhone 4G will offer video chat, but recent updates from folks who have been delving into the iPhone OS 4 Beta 2 SDK hint that while video chat might be possible, it seems that it could be...