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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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Android Market web store launched

02/02/2011, At the Android-themed event today, Google gave the world an in-depth look at Honeycomb (Android 3.0) and its features. After the Honeycomb presentation, they had something else in store for the crowd – the launching of the Android Market web store....

Flexiphone concept too flexible for our tastes

02/02/2011, Now check this out – British designer Philip Pearce has come up with the Flexiphone concept, where it offers really out of this world specifications such as a battery which is capable of a full charge within 30 seconds, not to mention materials used...

Android, you’re my only hope – Nokia

02/02/2011, You will definitely greet such news with a dose of skepticsm, after all, to have Nokia use Android as their operating system of choice would be somewhat akin to having Mac computers run on Windows. Wait a minute here, didn’t the latter happen...

T-Mobile officially announces the Samsung Galaxy S 4G

02/02/2011, The 4G Samsung Galaxy S phone that was rumored to hit T-Mobile isn’t exactly news, but we now have an official announcement from T-Mobile and Samsung about the phone’s release date. In case you’re not up to speed, the Galaxy S 4G is an...

Visa Europe rolls out iPhone ‘iWallet’ payment tests

02/01/2011, Cashless transactions – didn’t that arrive via credit cards a long time ago? Well, while you still need to carry around your credit cards in your wallet, how about turning your handset into an e-wallet? That’s what Visa Europe intends to...

A quarter of apps are only used once

02/01/2011, How many of you are guilty of downloading an app or a game and only running it once on your phone? Yeah, you’re not alone. According to the latest report from Localytics, more and more users are starting to use new apps less and less. From the...

LG Optimus 3D to debut at Mobile World Congress

02/01/2011, After being spotted in the wild, it looks like LG is ready to blow the cover on their upcoming 3D phone. The LG Optimus 3D has been officially announced to make its debut appearance at the Mobile World Congress in Spain, Barcelona in a couple of weeks....

New Samsung Galaxy S 2 teaser launched

02/01/2011, For those of you who’ve been waiting for a sneak peek at the upcoming Galaxy S phone from Samsung, you’re in for a treat. Samsung has just released a new teaser for the upcoming Galaxy S 2, and boy it sure looks slim. Besides a glimpse of what...

Tiger Lab offers Nintendo DS emulator on Android platform

01/31/2011, So you think that your Android-powered device is worth its portable gaming salt? How about dedicated consoles like the Nintendo DSi and the Sony PSP? Well, Tiger Lab intends to let you have a taste of what the DS is like with their Android app. Granted,...

Motorola i1Q iDEN Android smartphone surfaces

01/31/2011, When Verizon Wireless rolled out the Motorola Droid Pro some time ago, we never really expected to see a doppelganger of sorts – but fast forward to today, and you get the Motorola i1Q iDEN Android smartphone, boasting a touchscreen display and full...

Verizon throws sale for Android phones

01/31/2011, Verizon is drumming up interest in its remaining stock of smartphones before it rolls out the long awaited CDMA iPhone, and the most effective method of doing so? Why, slash the prices of your existing phones, of course. Among the handsets where you will...

Londoners benefit from 15 minutes of free Cloud Wi-Fi

01/31/2011, Do you happen to live in the bustling city of London? Well, for those who want to leech off free Wi-Fi connections can always look forward to The Cloud’s Wi-Fi service that offers a 15 minutes per day free scheme from next month onwards. No idea on...