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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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More Windows Phone 8 names discovered

07/09/2012, There were some previously unknown Nokia models spotted in recent memory that appeared on Nokia’s Remote Device Access service, and here we are with the discovery of more Windows Phone 8 devices. Apart from the Lumia 910 and Lumia 1001, here we are with...

Ban on Galaxy Nexus sale lifted in the US

07/09/2012, The Verizon Galaxy Nexus is said to have received an Over The Air (OTA) update, where it comes not too soon after word that there was an injunction which resulted in a ban of the sales of the Galaxy Nexus in the US. Good to know that this particular...

Nokia Pulse Beta an essential download?

07/09/2012, When Nokia Pulse Beta was rolled out in October last year, the feedback from its users have been more or less positive, where nearly half the number of people who used it claim that Nokia Pulse Beta was used nearly every day, and the kind of information...

Windows 8 user interface ported to iOS via DreamBoard

07/09/2012, If you’ve tried using DreamBoard on your jailbroken iPhone or iPod touch, then you’ve probably tested and tried a couple of themes on your device such as the HTC Sense UI and many others. But if you’ve been eyeing on the cool Metro UI of...

Windows Phone 7.8 and Windows Phone 8 comparison chart leaked

07/09/2012, A reputable Windows Phone site in Russia has leaked out a comparison chart that details the differences in features between Windows Phone 7.8 and Windows Phone 8. Not only that, it throws in a spanking new feature for Windows Phone 8 that not many people...

Google releases Android 4.1 source code

07/09/2012, Google has a nice little treat for all modders and developers, they have just released the source code for Android 4.1 JellyBean. The code was released today as part of the Android Open Source Project. Lead engineer on the project, Jean-Baptiste M....

Amazon warehouse worker stole 160,000 in electronic goods

07/09/2012, Computers and personal electronics are some of the most highly targeted items for burglaries each year due to their popularity, small size, and high price. Companies that distribute electronics goods such as BestBuy or Amazon take huge precautionary...

AT&T Watson SDK released

07/09/2012, AT&T announced its own speech recognition technology, Watson, not too long ago and now it looks like developers can finally make use of it. The company recently made its Watson engine SDK available to its developers. In case you’re unsure of...

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note to get Ice Cream Sandwich tomorrow

07/09/2012, The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Samsung Galaxy Note has been released for most of the variants all over the world but there has been one notable market where the update has been missing: AT&T’s variant of the phone. Fortunately...

RIM CEO answers questions from concerned consumers

07/09/2012, We all know that BlackBerry isn’t doing too well right now, and that BlackBerry 10 is probably going to make or break the company’s comeback (though the fact that it is only being released next year isn’t helping very much). However, in...

AT&T deploys 4G LTE to several new cities

07/09/2012, Good news to AT&T subscribers, the giant wireless carrier announced today that it will deploy its 4G LTE network to six new cities – Buffalo, New York, Burlington, North Carolina, Corpus Christi, Texas, Gainesville, Florida, Greensboro and...

Intel reportedly partners with more smartphone makers in India

07/09/2012, According to a report on IbnLive, Intel is patterning with another Indian-based smartphone manufacturer to create an Intel-based Android smartphone. The manufacturer is Karbonn Mobile and apparently the two have been working together on this project for a...