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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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Vellamo: Android Web Benchmark from Qualcomm

07/14/2011,   Earlier today, I talked to Qualcomm’s Sy Choudhury (Director, Product Management)  about Vellamo, a benchmarck aimed at measuring several aspects of web browsing performance: page rendering, Javascript execution, user experience,...

Cricket announces Kyocera Luno in the US

07/14/2011, When it comes to smartphones in the US, the major mobile carriers have the largest monopoly over the kinds of devices, and even exclusivity in some cases. That is to be expected, but what about smaller mobile carriers such as Cricket? Well, they do have...

OtterBox offers protection for the HTC EVO 3D in three guises

07/14/2011, Most smartphone owners treasure their purchases – after all, spending a few hundred dollars on such a sensitive piece of electronic equipment would surely warrant an adequate response in protection, no? For those who have picked up the HTC EVO 3D,...

LG Optimus Pro and Optimus Net seen again

07/14/2011, Ever wondered just what the plural of Optimus is? Could it be Optimii, so that we can just call it the LG Optimii collection – with the Optimus Pro and Optimus Net being released a couple of days ago, joining the ever expanding Optimus family. With...

Cops use iPhone accessory to identify and nab suspects

07/14/2011, Isn’t technology wonderful when it comes to crime fighting? After all, discovering that no two persons have the same fingerprints around the world was a pivotal discovery when it came to solving crimes, and here is something which might interest the...

SwiftKey X and SwiftKey Tablet X Predictive Typing App for Android

07/14/2011, SwiftKey is a predictive typing app for smartphones, launched a year ago on the Android Market, and it counts now over one million downloads. Today, TouchType is releasing Swiftkey X, the new version for Android smartphones that features an updated...

iRiver Vanilla and iRiver TAB spotted

07/14/2011, iRiver might not be that huge outside of Korea, but they certainly have enough domestic momentum going for the company back home, with someone having managed to snag a couple of images for iRiver’s maiden Android-powered smartphone, the I-L1 (or...

Symbian Anna optional software update now available?

07/13/2011, It seems that the Ovi Suite has now placed Symbian Anna as part of their download library, with a tipster claiming that he now has the Chinese leak, having retrieved the Symbian Anna updates right there and then. The Symbian Anna updates are divided into...

SURC universal learning remote control

07/13/2011, The remote control was truly a wonderful creation, and over the years with many other companies rolling out remote controls of their own, it became quite a conundrum trying to keep track of where all your remote controls went. Enter the universal remote...

T-Mobile rolls out optional caller ID service

07/13/2011, Don’t you just hate it when you get calls from unknown numbers? You never know whether you should pick them up or you should avoid them. Well, T-Mobile customers now have the option to identify unknown callers, with T-Mobile’s new caller ID...

Motorola PHOTON 4G price and release date announced

07/13/2011, Motorola’s first 4G phone for Sprint’s network, the PHOTON 4G, was announced early last month and was said to have a vague release date of this summer. Other than its specs, we didn’t have a price tag to the phone – until today. Sprint...

Twitter for Android receives major update

07/13/2011, Twitter users with Android phones – we’ve got some fantastic news. Twitter has announced on its official blog today that the Twitter app for Android has just received a major update that includes features we’ve all been waiting for: support...

PayPal to use NFC for peer to peer payments

07/13/2011, Ever since Google Wallet was launched not too long ago, it seems to have inspired the NFC-payment movement in the country, with the next company to enter the game being PayPal – one of the world’s most popular ePayment systems. Today, PayPal has...