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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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Windows Phone 8 SDK Released at BUILD

10/30/2012, Microsoft just made its Windows Phone 8 SDK public at the BUILD developer conference. The new SDK brings much expected (and awaited) features like native C++ code and overall compatibility with the Windows 8 SDK. This new SDK is much (much!) better than...

Huawei Ascend D2 announced

10/30/2012, Here we are with yet another handset from Huawei right after the Honor 2 announcement – it does seem as though we are dealing with plenty of sequels here this time around. The Huawei Ascend D2 could probably be the poor man’s version of the...

Ultra Mobile offers $49 monthly unlimited plan

10/30/2012, “Power, unlimited power!” is a line from a Star Wars film that we are all familiar with, the one where Anakin Skywalker turned to the Dark Side of the Force. Well, when it comes to mobile users, we would love to have one thing – an...

Samsung ATIV commercials start to appear

10/30/2012, Samsung walks on the Windows side of things in the mobile and computing world with their ATIV range of devices, and the first (of probably many) ads have appeared in order to promote the collection of ATIV products. Some of these Windows-powered devices...

LG Spectrum 2 officially announced by Verizon

10/30/2012, Verizon, in partnership with LG, has officially announced the Spectrum 2. Sporting a  4.7-inch True HD display, the Spectrum 2 is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Krait 1.5 GHz dual-core processor and is backed by a 1GB RAM and 16GB internal...

Starbucks in-store wireless smartphone charging debuts in Boston

10/30/2012, Folks in Boston who love drinking coffee while modding with their smartphones will be happy to know that Starbucks has just rolled out a series of wireless smartphone charging stations in Boston. The world-renowned Italian-style coffeehouse chain has...

NVIDIA rumored to debut Tegra-4 at CES 2013

10/30/2012, It was rumored yesterday that Samsung’s Galaxy S4 could feature an Exynos 5450 processor clocked at a whopping 2.0GHz. Given that NVIDIA has a stake in the mobile market as well with their Tegra processors, unsurprisingly it looks like the company might...

Samsung ATIV Odyssey to launch on Verizon’s network in December

10/30/2012, If you’re a Verizon subscriber and you’re looking forward to seeing what sort of Windows Phone 8 devices the carrier could be offering, it looks like a Samsung-made Windows Phone 8 handset could be headed your way this December. The handset has been...

Blackberry 10 bootup screen revealed in photo

10/30/2012, We know that RIM will be making a ton of changes to Blackberry with the introduction of Blackberry 10 which will be launching next year, and thanks to Twitter user @a5enk, a photo of the bootup screen for the Blackberry 10 London device has been revealed....

Google’s Andy Rubin explains why the Nexus 4 lacks 4G LTE

10/30/2012, So Google’s next-gen Nexus device, the Nexus 4, has been officially launched. This is certainly great news for Android fans who want an unadulterated version of Android on their phones versus the modified version of Android they usually get from...

Vibease has its own app, smartphone use gets more pleasurable

10/30/2012, We have seen our fair share of long distance relationship apps that coupled with some special kind of hardware, they help ensure that the spark of love is maintained, never mind that a great distance separates them. Vibease has come up with a special kind...