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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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Google Nexus 4G revealed?

06/15/2011, When it comes to Android phones, most people look forward to the Nexus devices, treating it as the holy grail of phones. For a good reason of course – it is the flagship Android phone with the latest version of stock Android (not to mention it receives...

Adobe Air for Android updated

06/15/2011, Adobe has just updated their Adobe Air for Android to version 2.7, where it is now readily available for download over at the Android Market. Just what does this new version bring to the table? At long last, it will let you install the application...

HTC Desire to get Android 2.3 Gingerbread after all

06/15/2011, HTC UK must have weighed the considerable list of opinions and rants from HTC Desire owners to make a 180-degree turn from their decision not to release the Android 2.3 Gingerbread update for said smartphone – which is quite surprising considering...

Nokia’s new market disrupting device

06/15/2011, Nokia sounds like a superhero (or super villian, depending on how you look at the big picture) with whispers of their brand new market disrupting device, according to iTWire who reportedly received an invitation from Nokia Australia for an announcement...

Blackberry Torch 9850 simulator caught in action

06/15/2011, Trust spies on the Internet to uncover even the darkest secrets that corporations do not want you to check out – of course, the case with the Blackberry Torch 9850 (also known as the Monaco by its code name) is not that serious, but it is still...

MyTVRemote app receives hardware design overhaul

06/15/2011, Complacency is the road to death, which is why it makes perfect sense for both hardware and software manufacturers to roll out updates and revisions of current models/versions in order to stay ahead of the pack, or at least, remain on par with the leader....

Encrypt Your Android SMS’s With This App

06/15/2011, For the most part a lot of us don’t really think about whether our text messages being sent and received are secure since it’s not like we text each other regarding top secret government projects or sensitive information. However for those...

Facebook iOS photo sharing app leaked (updated)

06/15/2011, The folks over at TechCrunch seems to have gotten their hands on a whole bunch of documents containing details and images of Facebook’s upcoming photosharing app for the iPhone. And judging from their first impressions, they seem to be pretty...

BBC develops iOS app for mobile reporting

06/15/2011, It looks like the iPad and the iPhone got a lot more important to BBC reporters. According to a report by Journalism.co.uk, BBC will be releasing an app that will allow its reporters to send reports in from the field over 3G – using their iOS devices....

Google improves mobile search

06/15/2011, In recent years, as more and more people are relying on their mobile devices instead of desktops to access the internet, search engines have been working hard to accommodate smaller web browsers and have been including features to improve the overall...

Developer reveals the top 10 most common iPhone passwords

06/14/2011, Daniel Amitay, the developer of the Big Brother Camera Security app for the iPhone recently updated the app to send passwords that users set for the app, back to him for some research he was doing. Since the Big Brother Camera Security app lock and...

iOS 5 lets your iPhone snap pictures with your headset

06/14/2011, One of the exciting features revealed for iOS 5 is the ability to snap photographs using the iPhone’s Volume up button. Well, some folks have done some experimenting and realized that this volume up functionality extends beyond the scope of the...

T-Mobile offers free data for one year in honor of dads

06/14/2011, To celebrate Father’s Day this year, T-Mobile USA has an offer which might just keep dads happy – we are looking at free data for one year, as long as you sign up on this coming June 18th for a new qualifying talk, text and data plan....