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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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Motorola Atrix HD cameos in Motorola website

07/04/2012, We’re glad to report that a device named Motorola Atrix HD has just appeared over at Motorola’s website. The landing page of the device that just went live a couple of hours ago reveal the Motorola Atrix HD in all its glory. Judging from its...

MeeGo kisses goodbye to Nokia

07/04/2012, Parting can be such sweet sorrow, and here we are at the end of the road for the MeeGo team over at Nokia. Head of Development of MeeGo Sotiris Makrygiannis did share word that their team will no longer be available to work alongside Nokia. Just to recap,...

Google Now ported to Android 4.0 with AOSP support

07/04/2012, Google Now did seem at first glance to have been developed specifically just for the recently announced Android 4.1 Jelly Bean operating system, but there are people good people over at XDA-Developers did spend the past week or so working hard, and having...

SoloMatrix Spike gives your iPhone a unique physical keyboard

07/04/2012, While we all know that Apple is probably never going to release an iPhone that features a physical keyboard, there are plenty of solutions available on the market to rectify this issue. It looks like we might have one more to add to the mix. Created by...

Windows Phone 8 devices to be available later this year?

07/04/2012, We’ve previously heard rumors about HTC releasing Windows Phone 8 devices later this year, and now we have more reports that support the possibility. According to the folks over at WPDang, who seem really confident in their sources, Windows Phone 8...

Nokia N9 receives major update with almost 1,000 bug fixes

07/04/2012, If you thought your Nokia N9 was full of problems, fret not – most of them should be solved with the newly released Nokia N9 firmware 1.3. According to reports online, the software update which was released today features almost 1,000 bug fixes...

28nm Qualcomm Snapdragon chip will roll out from Samsung plants

07/04/2012, We met with Dr. Paul Jacobs (Qualcomm CEO) last week at Uplinq, and he made it clear that the current shortage of 28nm Snapdragon chips was due to a very tight manufacturing capacity from its long-time partner TSMC, the world’s largest chip foundry....

Samba brings ad-supported 3G data to the UK

07/04/2012, It looks like folks in the UK will now have the option to use 3G data services for free. A service named Samba that operates on UK’s Three network gives users the opportunity to connect to the internet without paying any data costs – all they...

Android botnet discovered

07/04/2012, While malware on Android isn’t exactly unheard of, it looks like there’s more than meets the eye. A Microsoft researcher recently came across some interesting spam emails that were delivered via Yahoo! Mail servers. In addition to being sent...

RIM to cut carrier fees?

07/04/2012, While RIM claims that it isn’t in a “death spiral“, things don’t look too good for the company. According to reports online, carriers are now demanding that RIM reduce the carrier fees it charges customers for its services. Out of...

Samsung Galaxy Chat announced

07/04/2012, It looks like Samsung has another Galaxy phone announced, but not along the lines of its flagship S3. Called the Galaxy Chat, the phone is designed for folks who love having physical buttons on their devices. It features a candy bar shape with a...