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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 S 4G to receive Android 4.0.4 update

04/01/2012, The Nexus S 4G from Google has been around for some time already, and it is about time it is on the receiving end of the Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich update. Well, I guess owners of the Nexus S 4G should be pleased to hear that BriefMobile managed to...

Gmail Tap rolls back the years (April Fool’s)

04/01/2012, Samuel Morse helped in the invention of the telegraph system, as well as co-invented the Morse Code (hence the name), and just to sidetrack a bit, don’t you think that he looks a wee bit like Hugh Jackman on the Wikipedia page? Well, the team over...

HTC One X unboxed

03/30/2012, The HTC One X goes on sale next week in Asia, but it looks like some folks have already managed to get their hands on the phone. Some folks recently got a demo unit of the HTC One X, unboxed it, and ran some tests on the phone. So far they seem pretty...

RIM to stay focused on consumer markets

03/30/2012, Contrary to yesterday’s reports about RIM giving up on most consumer markets, RIM issued a statement today saying that they are “fully committed to the consumer market.” However instead on focusing on the general consumer market, RIM...

BlackBerry 9220 smartphone simulator now available

03/30/2012, It’s going to be awhile longer before we get any BlackBerry 10 OS devices, but in the meantime, RIM will still be pushing out phones that run on the BlackBerry 7 OS. One of the phones we’ll be seeing in the near future is going to be the...

Sprint launches AAA ID Pack

03/30/2012, Sprint has just announced the launch of a new ID Pack for its Android devices. Just in case you don’t know what ID Packs are, they are a collection of apps, widgets, wallpapers, ringtones and themes centered around a theme or specific purpose. These...

Samsung ChatON heads for BlackBerry platform

03/30/2012, Samsung’s cross-platform messaging service known as ChatON has been made available to those who use a BlackBerry, although it must be said that ChatON functions only on the BlackBerry Torch 9800 at the moment. Good news though – support for...

HTC One smartphones start to appear in Germany

03/30/2012, We have heard plenty of stories about HTC’s range of HTC One smartphones over the past weeks, and for folks living in Germany, the HTC One X, One S and One V will be able to get a glimpse of them. Electronics retailer Media Markt (other European...

Sprint’s LTE coverage plans revealed

03/30/2012, At the moment, only AT&T and Verizon have 4G LTE coverage in the US. However both T-Mobile and Sprint have announced plans for LTE coverage of their own too, and thanks to a coverage map outed at the RCA Expo (snagged by Sascha Segan of PCMag), it...

Vote on nano SIM proposal postponed by 30 days

03/30/2012, If you have been following our nano SIM, you might recall that Apple is currently pushing for their nano SIM design, a move that has been met with resistance by Nokia, RIM and Motorola who have refused to accept Apple’s designs even after Apple offered...