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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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Walmart to sell Verizon iPhones as well

02/10/2011, Walmart has just announced that they will be carrying the Verizon iPhone 4 for sale too. After seeing the success that Verizon had with the first batch of pre-orders, it’s no surprise that the one of the world’s largest department stores wants...

Apple to enter the budget market?

02/10/2011, According to the latest report from Bloomberg, Apple might be expanding their iPhone lineup to include the entry-level market. These rumors (at least until proven as true) from an unknown source they have stated that Apple will be creating smaller,...

Hitachi Maxell launching wireless iPhone 4 chargers

02/10/2011, The days of having to hunt for charging cables are almost over. Wireless induction charging seems to be a step in the right direction and many manufacturers are keen on adopting this standard. Hitachi Maxell is one of them. They have recently announced a...

Metaio Augmented Reality app to replace paper manuals

02/10/2011, Metaio has just released some video footage of a new Augmented Reality app that can help users with everyday activities – such as opening a box or replacing a spare part. The technology that they will be demonstrating at the Mobile World Congress next...

iPhone passwords stolen within 6 minutes

02/10/2011, Password theft is definitely something that you wouldn’t want to happen to you and with the iPhone gaining more and more support in the enterprise scene, folks have begun taking a more serious look at the security of the device. Reports have surfaced...

Interactive ads set to grace bus stops

02/10/2011, Google, Nokia and Orange are currently toying with the idea of running ad campaigns which enable cell phone owners to interact with various posters which were specially set up in bus stops and other transportation hubs in New York, according to a Wall...

Google Android 2.3.3 receives NFC support with tweak

02/10/2011, Google might soon make big strides with its Android 2.3.3 operating system since a recent tweak throws in support for Near Field Communications (NFC). Currently, its Nexus S smartphone that is manufactured by Samsung comes with limited read only support,...

LG Pecan is no pie worth biting into

02/10/2011, LG has just introduced its latest Android smartphone that will cater to those who are on a tight budget, especially in this day and age where various states are already suffering from huge budget deficits and lowered pay packets. Known as the LG Pecan,...

Amazon announces official Windows Phone 7 application

02/10/2011, Amazon has just announced its official Windows Phone 7 application that will make its mark in the Windows Phone Marketplace – for free, of course. Basically, this app intends to make life easier as you browse and make purchase decisions on products...

Sonos Controller for Android gets official

02/10/2011, It has finally happened – the Sonos Controller for Android is now official, and boy has it taken its own sweet time to hit the market nearly a year in development. This free Wi-Fi music remote will enable Sonos owners control over their entire home...

Smartphones overtake PCs in terms of shipment

02/10/2011, The inevitable has happened – smartphone shipments have finally overtaken that of PCs, with the former shipping 100.9 million units to stores worldwide in the final quarter of 2010, while the PC camp could muster only 92.1 million units – at...

Android smartphone sales hit the jackpot with 888.8% jump

02/10/2011, We’re still in the midst of the Chinese Lunar New Year, where the number 8 is highly significant to those celebrating the occasion. Well, the Android operating system certainly gives something to cheer about for those obsessed with statistics as...

Future phones to use an array of micro-cameras?

02/09/2011, While you’re pretty comfortable with your smartphone’s camera, devices of the future might feature a totally different camera design. The folks over at Pelican Imaging have come up with a camera module that uses an array of 25 micro-cameras instead of...