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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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myShopanion: Mobile Social Shopping App

09/13/2010, [DEMOFall 2010] myShopanion lets consumers compare prices, check product reviews and request friends advices via major social networking sites on the go. Mobile product comparison apps using bar code scanning are not new, but from the screen shots (I did...

Voice-powered cellphone is a no brainer

09/13/2010, When one talks about renewable energy, most of us would naturally think of the sun as well as wind. What about noise? Well, scientists from Korea could very well stumble upon a gold mine, using chatty teenagers as the world’s next renewable energy...

RadioShack tweets on T-Mobile G2 availability at $149.99

09/13/2010, T-Mobile’s G2 has been generating a fair number of waves recently, and for those who have been hankering after this smartphone will have another channel to consider. RadioShack tweeted earlier today to inform the general public that the G2 will...

Walmart Family Mobile network enters phone plan fray

09/13/2010, Walmart has further expanded their tentacles in terms of businesses with the Family Mobile network, a new cellphone network which will run over T-Mobile’s network considering the fact that it will deliver a handset range that is nearly identical to...

Swype beta for Android gets update

09/13/2010, Swype beta for Android has been around for some time already, but there is now an updated version which will deliver a range of bug fixes to make your user experience all the more enjoyable. Among the changes made would be the addition of German and...

Clear Lighting Up LA, NYC With 4G Pre-Launch

09/13/2010, While 4G Wi-Max isn’t officially rolled out yet in Los Angeles nor New York, residents of either metropolitan domains can still access Clear’s infrastructures through a soft launch. This early pre-launch will give limited access, in terms of...

Sprint introduces Sanyo Innuendo

09/13/2010, Sprint has further expanded its phone offerings to include the Sanyo Innuendo, which is somewhat similar to the Incognito in terms of form factor thanks to its horizontal-flip, full-QWERTY keyboard. Not only that, the Innuendo comes with a concealed...

Motorola Defy announced

09/13/2010, Motorola’s latest smartphone has just been anonunced, although it won’t be available until later this year (and in time for the holidays, to boot!) via T-Mobile. Nothing much to shout about with the Defy, where it will feature a 3.7-inch WVGA...

Acer Liquid Metal smartphone is real

09/13/2010, Remember the Acer Liquid Metal smartphone that we looked at last week? Well, it is not vaporware just in case there are some naysayers out there, as an Acer UK spokesperson has just confirmed the existence of this handset. In fact, this metal backplated...

Trimble announces Trimble Juno SD handheld field computing device

09/13/2010, Trimble has just made it known to the world that the Trimble Juno SD, a pocket-sized lightweight field computing device that is durable as well as highly portable will be available soon. Within, you will find features such as integrated GPS navigation,...

DIY: Macro Lens For Your Nexus One

09/12/2010, The Nexus One might not challenge the macro photo capabilities of your DSLR anytime soon, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use it to take good macro shots – with a little help. A user out there has created a nifty macro lens attachment...

Opera Mini 5.1 Arrives For Windows Mobile

09/10/2010, Despite the rise of iOS and Google’s Android OS, there are still plenty of users out there who use a Windows Mobile device. Now Opera has released the improved Opera Mini 5.1 for Windows Mobile devices, offering better support for high resolution...