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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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Google Apps Gets Two-step Verification Security Measure

09/20/2010, With many companies migrating their email and other services to Google Apps, the security of Google’s Gmail logins is becoming increasingly important. Until now, there has only been one level of defense, which is the user’s password. Now...

Video: HTC Sense 5 Sec Fast Boot Demo

09/20/2010, HTC had previously announced a new version of HTC Sense that would include an optimized boot speed touted to reduce the boot time from 30 seconds to about 5-10 seconds. This updated version of HTC Sense will apparently debut on the recently-announced...

T-Mobile USA Sued For Blocking Text Messages

09/20/2010, Ez Texting, a New York-based company that helps businesses send marketing text messages has sued T-Mobile for allegedly blocking access to the T-Mobile network because one of their clients provided information on medical marijuana. Apparently T-Mobile cut...

iPhone 4 Arriving In China On September 25th

09/20/2010, Apple has announced that the popular iPhone 4 will be available to folks over in China from September 25th 8am at Apple Retail stores and also China Unicom retail stores. Folks who decide to pick up their shiny new iPhone 4 from the Apple Retail Store...

HTC Desire HD ROM Crammed Into A HTC HD2

09/19/2010, Many folks are already buzzing at the prospect of getting hold of the upcoming HTC Desire HD, but until it arrives, we’re going to have to make do with a leaked ROM of the device. The HD2 might not be the most popular device around anymore, but the...

Hellophone keeps kids occupied, your phone remains safe

09/19/2010, Since everyone and their uncle these days seem to own an iPhone, it also goes without saying that spotting an iPhone in the hands of a kid is a common sight, although having said kid treat the iPhone as a sledgehammer is another matter altogether. Why not...

fringOut Offers Worldwide Calls From Your Mobile From 1c/min

09/19/2010, The VoIP game is heating up. We already know of SkypeOut that allows Skype users to make landline calls and now fring has joined the party with the announcement of its fringOut service that also allows users to make phone calls to land line and cell phone...

More Walmart Family Mobile Details Emerge

09/19/2010, We previously caught wind of the upcoming Walmart Family Mobile service and now more details have surfaced, giving us an early glimpse of what Walmart will be offering us. According to the leak, the phone service will cost $45 for the first line and $25...

Rumor: Facebook Coming Up With Its Own Phone?

09/19/2010, Details are still pretty scarce at the moment, but an interesting rumor is going around claiming that Facebook is secretly working to come up with a mobile phone of its own, similar to what Google did with its Nexus One. Considering how alluring the...

Samsung Galaxy Tab Preview

09/17/2010, So, is the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet an iPad killer? No, because I suspect each tablet will attract two different types of buyers. iPad is a large device, more portable than mobile. It’s copious screen real estate make it more appropriate...

BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 spotted running on OS 6

09/17/2010, The BlackBerry Curve 3G 9330 was recently announced, and while we know that the smartphone will come with OS 6 compatibility, nobody (save for a select few we believe) really thought that the software upgrade would come in so fast. Check out the image...

Concept: Scope Sliding Cell Phone Design

09/17/2010, We’ve seen many phones out there that sport a sliding form factor, and now the Scope concept design from the folks at FORMBOTEN uses a similar design, but only the keys are hidden in a “drawer” that can be closed, or popped open with a...