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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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Hot Phone Reviews


LG GD910 Priced At 15 Benjamins

02/24/2009, While we know that Orange will be the first European carrier to offer the sought after LG GD910 watch phone, we’re not too sure on how much it will cost you if you decide to upgrade your timepiece. For some, it might cost them an arm and a leg...

Windows 3.1 Runs On Nokia N95

02/24/2009, While we know that cell phones these days harness far more computing power than desktops of old, we guess it has never really sunk in that we would see Windows 3.1 run on the Nokia N95. The installation of Windows 3.1 on this platform is not native, but...

Samsung Delve For Wannabe Spies

02/24/2009, If you think you have what it takes to be part of the Mission Impossible team, then perhaps you might want to consider picking up the Samsung Delve from Alltel Wireless. After all, this handset is released by the mobile carrier in conjunction with...

GiPhone F5 Clones iPhone

02/24/2009, Not again – here we are with another iPhone clone, the GiPhone F5, featuring the iconic white color found in the iPod. Interestingly enough, it is touted to offer multi-finger swipe support and has up to 16GB worth of space inside for you to store...

New Motorola ROKR Leaked

02/23/2009, Motorola aims to keep the ROKR flag flying with a bunch of newly leaked photos, and they don’t look half bad after all. There is still no official name for the handset just yet, but it does seem to somewhat resemble the Motorola E10 Texel that was...

DIY Bluetooth Headset

02/23/2009, Now this is a paradigm shift where Bluetooth headsets are concerned – our friend here decided to fill up the hole in his ear with an actual cell phone – heck, it is the perfect place to hold your phone while you’re busy driving, and you...

Sierra Wireless USB 306 And 307 USB Modems

02/22/2009, Sierra Wireless has released a couple of new USB modems – the Sierra Wireless USB 306 and the USB 307, making them the first mobile broadband USB modem for HSPA+ networks in the world. These new modems are touted to achieve nearly triple the speed...

AnyDATA Outs CDMA Windows Mobile Phones

02/22/2009, AnyDATA launched several Windows Mobile-powered smartphones that are meant for use with CDMA carriers at the recently concluded Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and they are the ASP-505A, the ASP-535D and the ASP-210C. The ASP-505A will be sold in...

Vertu Constellation Pure Collection

02/20/2009, Vertu is a luxury handset manufacturer and they seem oblivious to the fact that the whole world is plunged into a recession at this point in time, so we wonder whether the ultra rich will continue to spend frivolously despite having most of their fortunes...

Windows Mobile 6.5 Mini Review

02/20/2009, Windows Mobile users were excited by the upcoming Windows Mobile 6.5, and while we have published an article that outlines the details of Microsoft’s new mobile OS and services just as they were announced, we had yet to test it for ourselves. We had...

Philips Tapster Bluetooth Headset

02/20/2009, Philips has a brand new Bluetooth headset in town – the SHB 7110, also known by the much more memorable moniker Tapster. You will find extremely sensitive touch and tap controls with the Tapster (hence its name), allowing you to perform various...

Verizon Wireless 4G Network On Track For 2010 Launch

02/18/2009, Verizon Wireless is currently undertaking trials for their 4G network and these are going on smoothly, with their 2010 commercial launch looking steady. In fact, trials have shown download speeds to touch anywhere from 50Mbps to 60Mbps on average, but be...

ZTE Coral 200 Eco Phone

02/18/2009, What better way to make cell phones work in rural areas where electricity is hard to come by than to include a built-in solar panel? ZTE of China might not be of the same standing as Samsung or LG when it comes to solar-powered handsets, but hats off to...