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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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Huawei U8800 is first 3G/HSPA+ Android handset

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Huawei breaks new ground with their brand new U8800 which is touted to be the first 3G/HSPA+ Android handset in the market, capable of offering download speeds of up to 14Mbps – assuming your telco network supports it, of course. Expect...

SanDisk iNAND Embedded Flash Drive

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] SanDisk has just unveiled its 64GB iNAND for cellphones at Barcelona, Spain, where it will boast new performance enhancement features that go beyond the existing e.MMC 4.4 specification. This translates to an improved system responsiveness as...

Huawei U8100/U8110 are entry-level handsets

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Huawei’s U8100/U8110 entry-level handsets will both feature a 2.8″ wide QVGA touchscreen display as well as a dual camera setup, where its 0.3-megapixels located on the front will cater to those who want to hold video conversations,...

Huawei U8300 targets or social networkers

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Social networking is a big thing, and Huawei is back with a bang by offering the U8300 smartphone which targets the youth market who are also knee deep in social networking. You will find the incorporation of popular social networking tools...

Jabra CLIPPER Bluetooth stereo headset

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Jabra remains true to their Bluetooth roots with their latest release, the Jabra CLIPPER Bluetooth stereo headset that can be clipped on a variety of surfaces including bags, clothes and belts, letting you switch seamlessly between music and...

DeviceAnywhere has new mobile devices

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] DeviceAnywhere has announced the availability of new mobile devices which are added to the DeviceAnywhere MOTODEV Virtual Developer Lab (VDL). This remote Internet-based testing service will be able to dramatically reduce the time and resources...

New Dolby Mobile with 5.1 Genuine Surround Sound at MWC

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Dolby Laboratories is releasing its new version of Dolby Mobile, featuring discrete 5.1 multichannel surround sound. Dolby will held its first public demonstration of its latest technology on an LG Android-based smartphone. I was invited to...

Access Announces NetFront for Android

02/15/2010, [MWC 2010] Today, Access released its NetFront browser for the Android platform at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. NetFront already supports various mobile platforms, inclusding ACCESS Linux Platform, Symbian OS, Garnet OS, BREW and Microsoft Windows...

Powermat enable wireless charging without compromises

02/14/2010, [ShowStoppers at Mobile World Congress 2010] Powermat, the company known for its wireless charging products, has demonstrated its new batteries which can be charge via induction. Thanks to the customized batteries, many phones can now be charged...

Sony Ericsson Announces Vivaz Pro at MWC

02/14/2010, There were certainly whispers about this phone before this, but it’s now officially on the record as the Vivaz Pro. In terms of features, it’ll sport the same features as the original Vivaz, but you’ll be given a nice QWERTY keyboard via...

Samsung Wave — Hands On

02/14/2010, [Mobile World Congress 2010] Samsung has just announced the Samsung Wave, and I was fortunate to get my hands on it for a short time – not long enough to provide anything remotely close to a review, but sufficiently to write a “first...

Palm stops production of CDMA Pre and Pre Plus

02/12/2010, Word has it that Palm has told Foxconn to stop all production of CDMA Pre and Pre Plus smartphones, which currently see action from Sprint and Verizon, respectively. This temporary suspension applies to the month of February only, and it seems that nobody...