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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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LG E910 cellphone, the anti Nokia Communicator

04/19/2005,   This device from LG could give a run for its money to the Nokia Communicator. The LG E910 has an EV-DO wireless data connection (2.4Mbps), a QWERTY keyboard, a color screen and a digital camera (low resolution). It can play video and MP3 files, but...

Skype Technologies Launches Premium VoIP Services, Adds Voicemail

04/19/2005, Skype, the leading VoIP-category product worldwide, has added to its product offering with a range of premium services. The most interesting new service, SkypeIn, allows you to purchase up to three phone numbers so they can be reached by non-Skype users...

Nokia 6680 3G imaging smartphone starts shipping

03/21/2005,   Nokia Just announced the availability of its Nokia 6680 3G phone: The Nokia 6680 enables the full benefit of high-speed 3G networks to be enjoyed with a wide range of multimedia services, including video, email, music downloads and Internet...

Pretec introduces C-Flash, another Flash Format

03/11/2005, Ah great, another flash memory format, just to confuse consumers a bit more. Via pocketpcthoughts This flash memory is very small, that’s why Pretec felt the urge to introduce it. But the question is: do we really need another format? I don’t...

Samsung SCH-S260 mobile phone

03/04/2005, This cellphone features Macromedia’s Flash Lite Player. Co-Published with ployer Korean wireless carrier SK Telecom began shipping the SCH-S260 mobile phone yesterday. The new phone is the first in the Samsung line to feature the Macromedia Flash...

Sony Ericsson W800, the first Walkman phone

03/01/2005, Sony Ericsson W800 “Walkman” The Sony Ericsson W800 Walkman continues a tradition of great candy-bar phones. The company said that their strategy for this year is to focus on MP3 phones, and they apparently execute well. Highlights •...

New Philips cellphones: 162, 568, 760, 655, Xenium 9@98

02/16/2005, • Philips 162 incorporates all the basic communication features required from a mobile phone, which will appeal to a wide range of users.• The Philips 568 mobile phone allows recording, playback and sharing of video images• The Philips 760...

HP iPAQ HW6500 vs Orange SPV C500

02/16/2005, MSMobile had the opportunity to compare the iPAQ HW6500 mobile messenger with the Orange SPV C500 smartphone, this confirm that the HW6500 is quite wide, as we estimated earlier. We knew that a GPS was built-in, but the device is also capable of using the...

The unlocked Treo 650 GSM price goes up by $100, infuriating fans

02/06/2005, The demand for the unlocked Treo 650 GSM is so strong that Palm has decided to increase the price of the device by $100 to $699 from $599, infuriating the fans who where eagerly awaiting for the smart phone. PalmOne is saying that the $599 price was a...

Siemens Gigaset S35 Wifi Phone, M75 rugged phone

02/04/2005, Siemens has a pair on interesting phones here: The M75 on the left is a rugged phone that can resist “splash water, shock and dust”. Its second characteristic is that the design is pretty ugly… Add a canon on it and there you go, you...

Motorola, Oakley to work on Bluetooth Eyewear

01/14/2005, Motorola and Oakley have announced that they would create Bluetooth-enabled wearable wireless communications devices. The idea is to fuse Motorola’s expertise in Bluetooth communication devices with Oakley’s great eyewear design. I have to...

Bluetooth Controlled Robot

01/09/2005, In February, the world’s first phone-controlled robot will be sold in Japan. This robot is made of aluminum and can perform motions such as walk, jump or hand waving. On the picture, the robot is controlled by a Toshiba cellphone. KDDI and “I...

BenQ P50, more photos from CES

01/06/2005, Yes, I really like the BenQ P50. Despite the promises from BenQ that the phone will be available worldwide, the rumor on the street is that it will be a few months late. Regardless, I can almost feel it in my hand already. I have a few more months on my...