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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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LG Optimus G Pro Specifications (Rumor)

01/17/2013, Before CES 2013 kicked off, there were some whispers going around that the LG Optimus G2 would be introduced at the event, but CES came and went this year without nary a peep from this elusive flagship smartphone from South Korean conglomerate LG. Well,...

BlackBerry 10 Photo Editing App Video

01/17/2013, The filter wars seem set to continue if you were to take the latest leaked video of the BlackBerry 10 photo editing app that has started to make its rounds online. At first, we had Instagram adding in a new filter, where Twitter and Flickr followed that...

Angry Birds Rio Free On iTunes

01/17/2013, They say that there is no free lunch in this world, and I suppose that holds true, but when it comes to free apps, well, there is always the “Free app of the Week” promotion. For folks who have been keeping their fingers crossed for the longest time...

Temple Run 2 Dashes To The Top Of App Store

01/17/2013, Temple Run 2 debuted on iOS earlier today, which many of us at the Ubergizmo offices have been completely hooked for the majority of our day. It looks though we’re not the only ones who have noticed Imangi Studios’ sequel to its extremely...

Facebook iPhone Messenger VoIP Feature Not Powered By Skype

01/17/2013, Facebook announced yesterday its iPhone Messenger application would receive the ability to make VoIP calls in the U.S., which was previously only made available to Canadian users as a way to test the feature before rolling it out in the U.S. Seeing how...

Fujitsu F-Series Is The Adulterer’s Phone Of Choice

01/17/2013, The advent of smartphones has definitely changed the way mobile phones are designed, and the classic flip model that was popularized by the Motorola RAZR has more or less gone the way of the dodo, although a tiny segment of the Japanese population are...

Russia Bulldozes Fake iPhones

01/17/2013, Apple’s stock is not the darling of Wall Street at the moment, and it remains to be seen whether the stock price will recover to hit its previous high. Well, the Russian authorities are not too fond of Apple products either, or rather, fake Apple...

Sega Launches Kingdom Conquest II

01/17/2013, Sega has taken to the App Store and Google Play to roll out Kingdom Conquest II, where this title would be the sequel to the 2010 blockbuster, obviously called Kingdom Conquest, which had picked up more than 3.5 million downloads along the way. Kingdom...

Samsung Exynos 5 Octa Specs & Details

01/17/2013, [This is an ongoing story: Samsung will reveal more details as we get closer to Solid State Circuits Conference (Feb 19) Mobile World Congress (Feb 25-28), so we will update this page accordingly] The Samsung Exynos 5 Octa is a chip that was announced at...

Nokia Asha Special Edition Handsets Coming Your Way

01/17/2013, The range of Nokia Asha handsets are not the ones to reside on the high end scale of things, but this does not mean that they do not sell. On the contrary, emerging markets and developing countries have a critical mass of the population that are unable to...

Portico Update For Nokia Lumia 820 And 920 Goes Global

01/17/2013, Good news to those who have been waiting for some time for the Portico update to arrive on the Nokia Lumia 820 as well as the Lumia 920 – it seems that a global rollout is on its way thank to what Nokia Community Manager Micheals has written in the...

What Is ARM big.LITTLE?

01/17/2013, ARM’s big.LITTLE is a processor technology that you are going to hear a lot about in 2013 as Samsung, Huawei and others promote their 8-core (octo-core) chips used in smartphones, tablets and possibly Chromebooks. There is no doubt that marketing...