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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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Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE is now available for pre-order at Sprint

08/13/2012, Nearly a week ago, we talked about how Sprint has commenced employee training for the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE smartphone, with a targeted August 19th release date to boot. Well, the Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE (don’t you think that the device is a...

Windows Phone 8 hardware to be released on October 1st?

08/13/2012, The Internet is definitely not the place to be if you want solid facts that are unerring in their nature. Whatever you read online, it is always good to perform cross references and checks to make sure that you are on the right track, and I guess the same...

LG Optimus Vu in the USA in “weeks”?

08/13/2012, Better late than never: the LG Optimus Vu smartphone does not command unanimity on its very particular design, but there are some really good things about it: it’s big, wide (great for fast typing) and fast. Well, according to a Korean press release...

The unibody iPhone

08/13/2012, This could be one of four things 1. A very elaborate hoax. If it’s a hoax, kudos to whoever made it because it would require the same amount of design and engineering effort that would go into an actual smartphone. Not to mention all of the...

App.net achieves $500,000 target plays role of Twitter rival

08/13/2012, For the many of you who have used Twitter, what would you say to a rival service that requires you to pay for it? I suppose it will take a paradigm shift to be able to adapt to such a situation, but before we continue, let us take a closer look at what...

Nokia X2 stops bullet, saves a life in Syria

08/13/2012, There are plenty of memes going around that feature the classic Nokia 3310 feature phone, where it proved to be one tough cookie. Well, are all Nokias built tough? That remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure – earlier this morning, someone on...

Google sheds 20% of Motorola Mobility’s workforce

08/13/2012, You know that times are hard when a company starts to shed part of their workforce in an effort to remain lean and efficient. Google, the Internet search giant who acquired Motorola Mobility in May earlier this year, has moved to remove approximately one...

Black Samsung Galaxy S3 hits the UK for £499.95

08/13/2012, Most of you who own a Samsung Galaxy S3, how did you manage to come about securing your unit? Is it on a new 2-year contract, where the sticker price tag is a whole lot lower compared to an unlocked, SIM-free model? For those who do not want to be tied...

Kyocera Rise to launch on Sprint August 19 according to leaked image

08/13/2012, If you’re a fan of Kyocera’s products, then the recently announced Kyocera Rise (alongside the Kyocera Hydro) might have gotten your attention. The good news is that according to the folks at TechnoBuffalo, they have managed to get their hands on what...

Omega Status Bar for Android looks pretty good

08/13/2012, If you use an Android device, chances are you look at the status/notification bar quite a bit. Unlike iOS where notifications of missed calls, updates or messages can also be viewed as badges on the app’s icon, the notification bar on Android will...

Developers launch petition for HTC to release source code quicker

08/13/2012, While HTC might have listened to their customers and started officially unlocking bootloaders, it seems that developers still aren’t 100% pleased yet. One of the problems they claim is that even though HTC might offer official bootloader unlocking,...

Smartphones reportedly finding an increase in use in the kitchen

08/13/2012, With more functionality and accessories being made for smartphones, it is becoming obvious that our phones are no longer just used for making calls or sending text messages. They can be used to look up medical conditions, surf websites, monitor how far...