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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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K-Tcouh X90+ Twister Phone

03/09/2010, The name K-Tcouh X90+ will probably make you think that it’s a typo; after all, shouldn’t it be “K-Touch”? Regardless of whether it’s a knockoff or not, this phone sports a touchscreen display, with a rotating keypad,...

RIM Data Outage Still Ongoing For Some Users

03/09/2010, Are you still having trouble with your BlackBerry’s BIS and BES connections? Some users are apparently still having problems, and it seems to be affecting devices on Wi-Fi. According to the complaints, data will work occasionally when it’s...

Verizon Rugged Casio Brigade C741 Is Currently Available

03/09/2010, The Casio Brigade C741 was approved by the FCC a few months back, but surprisingly it seems that the phone has already been available in various Verizon retail stores without much fanfare. Some folks have already managed to purchase the device, and it...

Jade Polish Rainbow Case For iPhone From Caze

03/09/2010, If you want to adorn your iPhone with luxury items such as diamonds or gold, but can’t afford to pick up the iPhone 3GS Supreme, you could always go down the budget route and check out the Jade Polish Rainbow case for the iPhone 3G and 3GS by Caze....

Motorola Cliq XT Unboxed With Live Pictures

03/09/2010, With the Motorola Cliq XT hitting the news recently, it’s good to see a leak that shows the phone being unboxed and pictured live. According to the source, the Motorola Cliq XT is powered by Android 1.5, and sports Moto Blur, though there is a high...

HTC Touch Pro2 Runs Ubuntu Linux

03/09/2010, This is probably another development that Microsoft won’t be too happy about, but it’s not like they can stop you from tinkering with your phone, right? Now, after the HTC Touch HD has been hacked to run Android, we’ve got wind of a HTC...

ETS 50+ targets the elderly

03/09/2010, For those who are thinking of getting a cellphone for their aged parents, how about the ETS 50+ from Shanzai? This model was specially designed to cater to folks who are suffering from failing eyesight as well as poor dexterity, since this model comes...

Motorola QUENCH heads for North America

03/09/2010, Folks living on the continent of North America will be able to get hold of the Motorola QUENCH – particularly folks living in Canada as long as they’re happy with Rogers’ terms and conditions. First announced at the Mobile World Congress...

iPhone stabilizer project

03/09/2010, Have some time to kill on your hands and want to take the best possible images using your iPhone’s camera? Might we suggest this DIY iPhone Stabilizer – while the instructions themselves are in Japanese, there is always a handy online...

Motion sensor within phones lets boss know where you are

03/09/2010, Unless you’re your own boss, you ought to be wary of any new cellphone which the company awards you simply because of “exceptional performance” at the workplace. Why do we say so? KDDi Japan has come up with a new method of monitoring...

iPhone controls Hexapod

03/09/2010, The iPhone is a wonderful handset, where yet another application for it would be to control a Hexapod robot via user inputs. This is made possible thanks to robotics student Robert Stephenson who came up with the idea and subsequently, program. The...

Samsung SHW-M120S has Bluetooth 3.0

03/09/2010, Samsung aims to get another feather in their illustrious cap with the Android-powered SHW-M120S being one of the first of such phones to sport Bluetooth 3.0 connectivity. While the display has dropped to 3.3″, it ought to work just great thanks to a...

Android NDK Revision 3 to improve on gaming

03/09/2010, The latest release of the native development kit (NDK) of Android, now in Revision 3 (r3), will enable developers to churn out games that look as good as those available on the iPhone. This is due to the fact that developers can now access OpenGL ES 2.0...