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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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Mobile Phones to be Used in UK to Diagnose STDs

11/08/2010, The UK may be dispensing nano-technology chips that will enable cell phones and computers to diagnose for sexually transmitted diseases or infections. In order to combat the rising risk of sexually transmitted disease infection with people who may be too...

NTT DoCoMo announces Xi LTE service

11/08/2010, NTT DoCoMo has scored another first in the Land of the Rising Sun with their Xi (pronounced as “Crossy”) LTE service, which is the first wireless connectivity service that is based on LTE technology. Scheduled for a December 24 release...

WordPress arrives for Symbian^3 devices

11/08/2010, Ever since the advent of blogs, it has become pretty common to want to blog a particular event or happening. Heck, even something as mundane as walking the dog could be a blog topic for some, which could be why WordPress for Symbian^3 devices is now...

ZTE Peel Launching On Sprint This Nov 14th

11/08/2010, The ZTE Peel is an interesting case that will grant 3G Internet access to your iPod touch and now evidence that such a device will be arriving via Sprint has surfaced. From the leaked document, the ZTE Peel will be arriving on Sprint come November 14th...

Pictures From HTC HD7 Have A Pink Tinge?

11/07/2010, This isn’t exactly the happiest news for folks who are eager to get hold of the Windows Phone 7-powered HTC HD7, but folks who have been reviewing the HD7 have noticed that there seems to be a flaw with the camera on the phone. Turns out that when...

Five Future Palm Devices Appear In webOS 2.0 Code?

11/07/2010, Think that Palm can improve on the recently-unveiled Palm Pre 2 by introducing newer devices? While there isn’t any official confirmation of such a move just yet, some folks have found some device names hidden within SFR’s webOS 2.0 build for...

Verizon Wireless goes for $70, 450-minute, unlimited plan tests

11/07/2010, Verizon Wireless has taken a page out of Sprint’s book by testing its $70, 450-minute unlimited plans after customers in select markets started to receive an email offer from Verizon, touting a $69.99 monthly plan which does seem to be a clone of...

Dell Venue Pro arriving this November 8th

11/07/2010, A leaked internal document does point towards the Dell Venue Pro arriving in the US market this coming November 8th at Microsoft’s online and retail stores. It will take one week of exclusivity with Microsoft, where the Windows Phone 7 handset will...

Augmented Reality Laser Tag Gaming Patent for the iPhone

11/05/2010, There’s a game of laser tag for that. To parody Apple’s trademarked “there’s an app for that” slogan, the company has applied for a patent that will bring augmented reality laser tag-like gaming to the iPhone that would take...

Samsung Solstice II announced for AT&T

11/05/2010, If you love sequels, be it movies, video games, books or (gasp!) cellphones, then you might want to check out the Samsung Solstice II from AT&T. It won’t move the heavens or change the earth at all, but offers yet another mid-range handset to...

Google Instant hits Android smartphones

11/04/2010, Those who own Android 2.2-powered smartphones, here’s news for you – Google has just made available their Google Instant software which offers query-while-you-type search technology. Basically, all you need to do is head on over to Google in...