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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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O2 Xda Atmos

03/12/2008, O2 has rolled out a new Windows Mobile smartphone known as the Xda Atmos. Smartphones of similar calibre are pretty much in the same boat these days when it comes to specifications and form factor – you find the hidden QWERTY keyboard when the unit...

2GB Cell Phone Watch

03/11/2008, Another day, another cell phone watch. This GSM offering features the following specifications for you to act out your Dick Tracy fantasies :- Network: GSM 900/1800MHz 2GB internal memory Interface language: Chinese, English, French, Russian, Arabic,...

Rumor: T-Mobile in Canada in 2009?

03/11/2008, This information comes from The Boy Genius Report and has not been confirmed yet.A financing and protocol agreement has been pre-approved which will allow Deutsche Telekom to launch T-Mobile in Canada in 2009. Rogers is the only GSM network provider in...

Doro HandleEasy Cell Phone

03/10/2008, Your old man can’t really comprehend how to navigate with the iPhone? Is the Nokia N95 too hard to use? Well, there is always the barebones handset known as the Doro HandleEasy. Judging by the name, this cell phone comes with big, friendly buttons,...

Asus M536 PDA Phone

03/07/2008, Asus has taken CeBIT 2008 to be the platform to introduce its new GPS-enabled PDA phone known as the M536. This handset features a full QWERTY keyboard and will succeed the Asus M530W, bringing the following features to the table :- A-GPS compatible SiRF...

LucidTouch: the “reverse iPhone” concept

03/05/2008, [Microsoft TechFest 2008] Patrick Baudisch gave me a demo of the LucidTouch prototype that he is developing with his colleagues from Microsoft Research. Instead of the regular touch screen experience of the iPhone, the LucidTouch enables people to browse...

Nokia Morph Concept

02/25/2008, Nokia has just rolled out its Morph concept – a long-term concept handset that was joint developed with the folks from the University of Cambridge. This cell phone is based on nanotechnology developments that could be very real in future products,...

Samsung Holographic 3D Projection Display Phone

02/22/2008, Samsung has just filed yet another patent application for a holographic 3D projection display cell phone, and while this idea is cool, I’m not sure whether I buy it since there are way too many technical issues involved and to consider. Although it...

BluAlert Vibrating Bluetooth Wristband

02/20/2008, The BluAlert Vibrating Bluetooth Wristband pretty much sums up what it does – when paired to your cell phone, it will vibrate automatically whenever there is an incoming call or text message, making sure that you won’t miss a single phone...

AT&T Tilt ROM Upgrade

02/20/2008, HTC has rolled out a ROM upgrade for its Tilt from AT&T. The upgrade version 1.62.502.0 claims to “improve overall device performance and stability, enables dual-tone multi-frequency (DTMF) tones for the slide-out QWERTY keyboard, and includes...

Zeemote Bluetooth Mobile Game Controller Hands-On

02/18/2008, [GDC 2008] You might have seen the Zeemote during Mobile World Congress last week, but the company will promote the software development kit (SDK) at the Game Developers Conference being held in San Francisco. We meet Beth Marcus, the founder and CEO of...

Dell/Alienware Concept Phone

02/15/2008, Not so long ago, there was a rumor about Dell jumping into the cellphone market with a Google Android phone. While the rumors are likely to be just vapor, it inspired some to create a concept of what such a phone could look like. Well, if this is the...

iPhone Box Has Other Uses

02/14/2008, Instead of sending your iPhone box to the recycling center, why not use it for other nefarious purposes? There is this nifty pinhole camera that can be installed in the iPhone box, known as the iHole. Scot Hampton who gave birth to this brainchild has...