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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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IBM unveils Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.2.1 for Android

12/15/2010, Lotus Notes used to be really huge back in the day, but it is nice to see IBM not killing off the software suite just yet, having introduced Lotus Notes Traveler 8.5.2.1 for Android smartphones. Currently, it works with iOS, Windows Mobile and Symbian...

iPhone’s Graphics Set To Improve?

12/15/2010, With the recent sales figures of Infinity Blade on the iPhone, there’s not much doubt that the iPhone can be used as a gaming platform. With that in mind, Imagination Technologies has acquired Caustic Graphics. In case you didn’t know,...

Android 3.0 Honeycomb will not need physical buttons

12/15/2010, My brother once asked me, “How come there are so many buttons on your Android phone when the iPhone needs just one?” Now that’s a question that left me struggling for words, no matter how much I loved Android over iOS, I gotta give...

Fake HTC Site Spotted – Teaches You How To Identify Fake Phones

12/15/2010, Sure, we’ve seen plenty of cloned phones from China, but how often do you see a fake site (apart of phishing scams, of course). The site looks very similar to the official HTC website and even offers phones that look the same and display similar...

Smartphones To Turn Into Universal Remotes For Home Appliances

12/15/2010, A Japan-based company is teaming up with Keio University to develop software for mobile phones that will allow smartphones to function as universal remotes for multiple home electric appliances such as TVs and air conditioners. The system is targeted at...

Nexus S In Stock At Carphone Warehouse Early

12/15/2010, Nexus S fans over in the UK most likely already know that Best Buy would be selling it stateside on December 16th and Carphone Warehouse would offer the phone a few days later on the 20th. Of course, if you take a peek at the Carphone Warehouse site, the...

Google Sends The Nexus S Into The Skies

12/14/2010, The folks over at Google seem to enjoy performing all sorts of wacky experiments and now they’ve set up seven Styrofoam beer coolers, each containing the Nexus S that you’re so hyped up about and lifted it to the edge of space, dangling...

Dell Venue Pro delayed

12/14/2010, Folks who placed a pre-order for the Dell Venue Pro online were originally meant to receive their smartphones already, but instead all they got were notices that this Windows Phone smartphone will arrive only next month – well, on the bright side,...

Novatel’s WiMax MiFi at FCC, Headed for Sprint

12/14/2010, Sprint has launched the Overdrive, a portable hotspot device that allows users to connect up to five devices to the carrier’s mobile broadband 3G CMDA or 4G WiMax network, and now the Overdrive is either getting a companion or a replacement in the...

Nokia Phones Getting Dual-Core CPUs, Optical Zoom Coming

12/14/2010, At the International Mobile Internet Conference, Nokia has announced some broad plans for its smartphones by announcing an aggressive update schedule for its Symbian devices. Now that the company has re-taken over the reigns of Symbian development from...

Android’s Google Voice Search Gets Personal and Learns Your Voice

12/14/2010, Google has just announced an update to Google Voice Search for Android–the update requires Android 2.2 Froyo or higher and is now available as a free download or upgrade in Android Market. In the new Google Voice Search settings, there is an option...

Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry launched

12/14/2010, RIM and Amazon.com have come together to roll out Amazon MP3 for BlackBerry smartphones, which means folks who tote around those candybar (mostly, anyways) smartphones will be able to access to Amazon’s catalog of over 14 million songs for their...