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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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Twitter for BlackBerry updated

07/16/2012, Folks who use the official Twitter client for BlackBerry should be stoked that the app is receiving a new update today. The app is now bumped up to version 3.1 and features a whole bunch of improvements that should make tweeting from the phone a more...

T-Mobile confirms the arrival of Samsung Galaxy Note on its turf

07/16/2012, Finally, T-Mobile is confirming the coming of the Samsung Galaxy Note on its turf. Albeit things are a little too late over at T-Mobile, there’s no question that some customers are still craving for the 5.3-inch “phablet”. The carrier...

Sprint launches 4G LTE in 15 markets instead of 5

07/16/2012, Sprint’s latest flagship device, the HTC Ev0 4G LTE, was released without a 4G LTE network in place, that is until today. Sprint’s 4G LTE network made its debut today and it came out of the gates with a bang. It has gone live in 15 markets...

Sony delivers Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U smartphones to the US

07/16/2012, At long last, Sony Mobile Communications has delivered their Xperia NXT range of smartphones to the US, coming in the form of the Xperia S, Xperia P and Xperia U. The rest of the world has more or less gotten a good look at them for some time now, with...

80% of China’s households can afford a smartphone by 2017

07/16/2012, Statistics do not lie, but then again, they can be interpreted in their very own way. Here we are with word that China’s growing middle-class alongside the availability of cheaper and more affordable smartphones might eventually result in 80% of...

Samsung gains unprecedented market share in south Korea

07/16/2012, The South Korean tech behemoth that is Samsung is now up and all over the place in its home turf. According to the local news publication Maeil Business Newspaper, Samsung is now poised to gain an unprecedented 70 percent market share this month of...

Bodies and Beats lets you mash up dancing people and music

07/16/2012, If you like making music and creating weird video collages, you’re in luck – there’s an app just like that. It’s called Bodies and Beats for iOS devices but unfortunately, it’s still in its funding stage right now so...

Steam app for Android spotted with non-game categories

07/16/2012, Steam is Valve’s portal where they sell games, let users come together and communicate and play games together. The mobile app allows users to chat and stay connected with their friends, read the latest news and participate in Steam sales as well, but...

PolyCom RealPresence Mobile 1.3 Lets Users Control the Camera

07/16/2012, Video conferencing accessible from any devices including TVs is a trendy feature nowadays.  We have published about Polycom, one of the leading providers of enterprise video conferencing services, when it launched it mobile solution, RealPresence...

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean now on HTC HD2

07/16/2012, The HTC HD2 sure is one amazing phone. If having an outdated version of Android on the phone isn’t enough, it looks like you can have Jelly Bean on it too. The folks over at XDA-Developers managed to port over Android 4.1 Jelly Bean onto the phone...

Verizon to release update to unlock the Galaxy S3’s bootloader?

07/16/2012, When the Samsung Galaxy S3 was launched on Verizon, much to the annoyance of many Android users, the bootloader of the device was locked. This pretty much hindered the efforts of developers and modders alike, and Samsung has attempted to rectify this by...

Fujifilm sues Motorola Mobility over alleged patent infringements

07/16/2012, In an industry where patent lawsuits are becoming more frequent, Fujifilm Japan has sued Motorola Mobility for alleged patent infringements – four to be exact, related to digital camera and photography technology (i.e. facial detection, converting...

Microsoft’s SwordFight project lets you duel with your phones

07/16/2012, There are apps for our smartphones that takes advantage of the built-in gyroscopes and accelerometers to simulate light sabers, whereby swinging our phone about could simulate light saber buzzing sounds and clashing effects. If you ever thought that would...