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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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Hot Phone Reviews


Cayon H95 Gaming Phone

04/20/2009, What looks like an ordinary candybar handset is actually a gaming phone. The H95 from Cayon opens up to reveal a generous 3″ display as well as quartet of speakers to let everyone in the vicinity know that you aren’t in the mood for some...

GandhiCam For BlackBerrys

04/20/2009, GandhiCam isn’t an application that will record you making a hunger strike in front of your boss to ask for better wages, but is an application for post-8700-series BlackBerry devices that will e-mail you (or a pre-assigned one) corresponding audio,...

NokiPhone N3000i Clones N95

04/20/2009, The NokiPhone N3000i might resemble the Nokia N95 at first glance, but we do know this dual-slider handset fails miserably compared to the original handset from Finland, save for the fact that the N95 lacks a dual SIM slot that the N3000i has. Other...

Kyocera EOS Phone Concept

04/17/2009, Kyocera isn’t exactly at the forefront of the cell phone world, but that doesn’t mean they are exempt from doing their best when it comes to new products and concepts. Well, at least the company seems to have excelled this time round with the...

Nokia Could Upgrade 5800 XpressMusic With Capacitive Touchscreen

04/17/2009, Judging by the huge success that the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic has been so far worldwide, word has it that Nokia will be introducing a capacitive touchscreen upgrade to the same handset in the near future. This is different from the resistive touchscreen...

Interesting Patent From Apple

04/16/2009, Have you ever tried to use your mobile phone when you were jogging? If you’ve tried it before, you should understand that pressing the buttons on your phone (especially if it’s a touchscreen device) is no easy feat, since you’re bouncing...

HiPhone Nano Is Out

04/16/2009, There is no confirmation of an iPhone nano just yet, but HiPhone of China decided to jump the gun by coming out with its own version known as the HiPhone Nano – and even more surprisingly, it will be available in the form of a clamshell handset. The...

Hotway K300 TV Phone

04/16/2009, Trust China to come up with the weirdest of handsets – who could forget the hilarious Spider Phone that was clearly absurd in terms of design, and we suspect Marvel Comics did not even get a single yuan despite having one of their most recognizable...

Black/Silver Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Now Official

04/15/2009, At last, folks who have been waiting for the Nokia 5800 XpressMusic to come in black or silver colors can part with their hard-earned money by picking the device up from several Nokia stores. It is still not readily available in all regions, as it will...

Android Market Blocks Cupcake Users?

04/15/2009, Some of you might have already installed the Cupcake update for your G1, and as far as feedback goes, the update is certainly worth the trouble of getting it ported and installed on your device. It does seem that there is a little bit of bad news though....

LG Sells Over 20 Million QWERTY Phones

04/15/2009, LG is proud to announce that they have successfully made money off 20 million QWERTY cell phones around the globe, although there is no further breakdown on the data as to whether candybar, clamshell or slider form factors make up most of the sale. We do...

Nintendo Bigwig Points To Possible DSi Phone Function

04/15/2009, The Nintendo DSi is the latest iteration of their original third pillar device, the DS Phat, which has evolved to the highly successful DS Lite before arriving at its current destination. We do know that this is an exciting time for the platform, with...

OTA Updates For Windows Mobile?

04/14/2009, Is Microsoft looking to implement over the air (OTA) firmware updates for Windows Mobile 7? It certainly looks like a distinct possibility, especially when you take a gander at the recent job posting from Microsoft for a “Lead Software Development...