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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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Nexus S and Motorola Xoom will be kept at Android 4.1.2

11/14/2012, One of the highlights of owning an official Google Nexus device is the fact that you will be on the receiving end of Android updates a lot faster than Android owners who might be locked to a carrier, or Android owners of non-Nexus devices. That being...

BBM 7 Introduces Free Voice Calls

11/13/2012, BlackBerry Messenger version 7, aka BBM 7, is now in beta, and it comes with a huge addition: free voice calls over Wi-Fi. BBM 7 will be a free update and it should work on BlackBerry smartphones that currently run under BlackBerry 6 OS or higher. If you...

YouTube to update app for iPhone 5

11/13/2012, If you happen to own one of the spanking new iPhone 5 smartphones, then you would have found the YouTube app to be less useful than before, partly because the app was originally designed for previous generations of the iPhone that carried a 3.5”...

Final CyanogenMod 10 builds released

11/13/2012, If you have rooted your Android-powered device, and have experienced the wonders of CyanogenMod ever since, you would surely have known that the earliest CyanogenMod 10 builds appeared on the scene when Android 4.1 Jelly Bean was just introduced back...

Nokia HERE introduced

11/13/2012, Nokia’s free Nokia Maps app has certainly helped folks get around without having to bust their budget on more expensive paid navigation solutions, and here we are with yet another interesting twist from Nokia with the introduction of HERE. HERE is said...

Sprint to offer Windows Phone 8 devices in 2013

11/13/2012, 2013 is going to mark the first time that Sprint, one of the big four US carriers, will be offering smartphones that run on the Windows Phone 8 platform – which means it would have lost out to its rivals in this particular market. Sprint mentioned...

Samsung Galaxy S3 to get Multi-View?

11/13/2012, Right now, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (see above) delivers Multi-View support for their users, which basically means one is able to enjoy using different “windows”, or “views”, to work, thereby increasing one’s productivity levels along the way....

Google wins patent for directions using cell coverage

11/13/2012, The smartphone has more or less become the indispensable tool for most folks these days, especially when you consider the fact that our smartphone more or less does everything we need – from handling calls and text messages to keeping us entertained...

Droid DNA Hands-On!

11/13/2012, So Verizon’s new top-end phone is out, and one thing’s for sure–this guy is a brick. It’s large enough to give the Galaxy Note II a run for its money as king of the phablet hill. What’s nice is that HTC has continued to use...

HTC Droid DNA Officially Announced!

11/13/2012, HTC has officially announced the long-rumored Droid DNA, the newest superphone to hit Verizon for the holiday season. The phablet-size Galaxy Note competitor was known as the HTC DLX (pronounced “deluxe”) and it will boast a 5″ 1080p...

GoPro for Android now available for download

11/13/2012, Now that’s a turn up for the books! GoPro is announcing on Twitter that its GoPro app is now available on Android. The GoPro app for Android offers “full control of camera settings and remote viewfinder/ preview.” Users can finally...

Nexus 4 and Nexus 10 debut looks overwhelming

11/13/2012, It’s a big day for Google. Beginning today, the 13th of November, Google’s Nexus 4, Nexus 10, and Nexus 7 3G model are going on sale. The first units have arrived in Australia and Europe, and unlike the iPad mini launch, the 16GB Nexus 4 sold...

S-Memo can store Google account credentials of rooted devices

11/13/2012, If you happen to own a rooted Samsung Galaxy device, you need to hear this report. Rooting your device always has its own risks. An XDA user named graffixnyc checked his S-Memo SQLite files on his Galaxy S III and discovered that S-Memo stored his Google...