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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 Bing audio search works like Shazam

08/16/2011, Wow, it looks like Windows Phone users won’t have to fork out money to use premium versions of music-recognition apps like Shazam in the future. The Mango update to Windows Phone 7 eschews the need for such apps, since the new Bing has a feature...

Photo Stats turns iPhone photos into infographics

08/16/2011, “There’s an app for that” has proved to be one of the more popular taglines when it comes to the iOS platform, and it does seem that way as time passes by. After all, we have apps to monitor your health remotely, or even compose your own...

AT&T announces its first 4G LTE devices

08/16/2011, It looks like AT&T’s 4G LTE network is primed for public use. The carrier has just announced the launch of its first 4G LTE devices which will go on sale next week. Just like Verizon, AT&T will be kickstarting its 4G network with the...

Bracketron’s Cradle-iT Golf Cart Mount

08/16/2011, Do you happen to play golf a lot? If you do, you probably use the golf cart quite a bit to travel from hole to hole, and if you needed to mount your smartphone on your golf cart for GPS or entertainment purposes, perhaps Bracketron has something for you...

iRemoco iPhone-controlled helicopter now on sale

08/16/2011, After successfully funding its first batch of iPhone-controlled helicopters, and shipping them out to over 200 backers of its Kickstarter project, the folks over at iRemoco are now making the iRemoco helicopter available to the public. The company has...

New Swype now supports gestures

08/16/2011, If you’re a Swype user, we’ve got some great news for you. A new version of the alternative Android keyboard is on the way, and it packs a bunch of new improvements that will no doubt please its fans. One of the new additions to Swype is the...

ParkingAuction lets you sell your parking spot

08/16/2011, Let’s face it, there are times when circulating the mall’s car park looking for an empty spot can turn into a long and drawn out affair, lasting for a good 20-30 minutes, at which point you just want to call it a day and head home. According to a...

Oppo X903 Android smartphone looks sleek

08/16/2011, While China isn’t exactly known for creating original products when it comes to their own design, once in awhile we’ll be surprised at the devices they can come up with. Case in point, Oppo’s first ever smartphone, the X903. Running on...

New BlackBerry Bold and Torch release dates and details unveiled

08/16/2011, The brand new BlackBerry phones are finally on their way to the nation’s carriers. So if you’ve got your eyes set on any of the devices be prepared to fork out the cash very soon. AT&T will be getting the Torch 9810 – which will run on...

Dell Streak 5 still available in the UK

08/16/2011, We know that the Dell Streak 5 is no longer available for sale in the US, even with its website bidding it adieu – but for folks who reside over in the UK, a Dell spokesman did mention that said device will still be up for sale “for the...

All mobile ticketing concert breaks new ground

08/16/2011, There was a recent concert that featured the dance duo LMFAO and rapper/producer Swizz Beatz which was different from the rest – it not only kept fans entertained, but also enabled an experiment concerning mobile ticketing to run the course. Known...

Samsung Celox GT-i9210 with LTE bands seen

08/16/2011, There was word last week that Samsung was working on a new LTE-capable device which will be known as “Celox” – now that surely rolls off the tongue rather easily, don’t you think so? It is rather interesting to note that Samsung...

Creator of CyanogenMod hired by Samsung

08/15/2011, Here’s some surprising news for the Android community. Steve Kondik, better known as “Cyanogen”, the creator of the infamous Android custom ROM, CyanogenMod; has recently been hired by Samsung Mobile to work as a software engineer. It...