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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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iPhone 5 sold in Hong Kong’s grey market for a whopping $1,100

09/20/2012, In countries where MNCs choose not to launch their products in first, you have to be thankful for the grey market as it basically gives customers access to devices before they have been officially launched for that particular region. While Hong Kong will...

Sprint hits 1 million 4G LTE devices sold

09/20/2012, While Sprint might be late to the 4G LTE game (not that bad given that T-Mobile hasn’t rolled out their 4G LTE network yet), they have certainly wasted no time and in a recent report, the carrier has boasted that they have since managed to sell a total...

Matias Duarte believes that Android’s UI is only 33% done

09/20/2012, Love or hate the Android UI, it’s most definitely a matter of preference, but if you were leaning more towards disliking it and are hoping to see Google make more improvements to it in the future, it seems that these views are shared by Matias Duarte,...

Roku mobile app could be your new favorite remote control

09/20/2012, It seems that the official Roku mobile app is now available for download, and there is every possibility of it ending up as the best remote in the house, but I guess a lot of that is also subject to personal tastes and preferences. With the new and...

All your Google Maps are belong to us

09/20/2012, If you are an avid user of Google Maps, then surely you would know that the latest version of Google Maps will bump it up to version number 6.12, and the good people over at Google have thrown in additional useful and comprehensive features, where the few...

Google Now servers down, restored later in the day

09/19/2012, It seems that the Google Now servers were knocked out of commission for a while today, although things are back to normal even as you read this. There was initial confusion for those who were using devices that ran on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, as it...

Blackberry 10 L-Series smartphone teardown

09/19/2012, We did catch some leaks of a photo as well as a rendering of the upcoming Blackberry 10 L-Series smartphone sometime this week, where this is one device that will roll off RIM’s production lines that will not come with their signature physical keyboard....

Facebook test photo synchronization on Android

09/19/2012, Google+ on Android does offer automatic uploading of photos captured with your smartphone, but it is not exactly one of the most commonly used features (strangely enough, don’t you think so?). Word on the street has it that social network giant Facebook...

Hackers discover iOS 6 exploit, may be present in iPhone 5

09/19/2012, Smartphone vendors try to up the ante on the security of their devices every time they release a new one. However, skilled hackers nearly always outdo these vendors by somehow finding an exploit in these devices. Pwn2Own is a hacking contest that has been...