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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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BookBook iPhone 4 casing now available

07/29/2011, TwelveSouth, the same company that brought you the BookBook MacBook casings has decided to shrink the design down with the iPhone 4 in mind. So instead of looking like you’re carrying around a huge tome, you now look like you’re carrying around a...

New HP webOS developer document hints at the Pre 3’s arrival

07/29/2011, Summer’s already here and there’s still no sign of HP’s long-awaited new webOS 3 phone: the Pre 3. There have been rumors about the phone missing its launch window, but HP’s recently issued document to its developers drop clues...

Namco launches iGunCon app for iPhone and Mac

07/29/2011, If you enjoyed playing Time Crisis in the arcade back when you were younger, it appears that Namco, the company behind the game, has put out a free app for iPhones called the iGunCon which basically mimics the same light guns that Namco used back then....

Death app tells you about nearby deaths in your area

07/29/2011, Part of a ghost hunting team and looking for new places to explore? Wish there was an app for that? Well, you’re actually in luck. The folks over at MobileNationHQ recently came up with something called the Death app. As part of a demonstration to...

MeeGo developer creates XBMC Media Center remote control app

07/29/2011, While most of us have yet to get our hands on Nokia’s MeeGo phone, that doesn’t mean development can’t begin. A MeeGo developer (with his trusty N950) has managed to create a remote control that operates the XBMC Media Center (a popular...

Samsung SGH-I777 hits the FCC, might be Galaxy 3D

07/29/2011, Yet another Samsung device arrives at the FCC, and this time around, it would be the Samsung SGH-I777 that some have speculated might just be the Galaxy 3D – after all, it will feature an 8-megapixel camera on the front as well as another one with a...

FaceTime coming to Verizon’s 3G network

07/29/2011, According to the latest reports online, Verizon users might soon be able to make FaceTime calls over 3G 9to5Mac.com’s sources have claimed that the Verizon has multiple engineers testing FaceTime over 3G in many regions that have heavy iPhone usage....

Pixeet 360 lets you create 360 Panoramas with your iPhone

07/29/2011, Panoramas are some of the most fun things you can create with the use of a camera, but it’s difficult to create really good compositions due to the inaccuracy of the human eye, and lens when it comes to stitching images together. However, the folks...

OtterBox Commuter Series for iPhone 4 in new summer colors

07/28/2011, In time for the summer holidays, OtterBox has just announced the arrival of a new addition to its Commuter Series case for the Apple iPhone 4. The cases will now come in a new color in addition to the traditional black and yellow that OtterBox uses for...

HTC Ignite and HTC Prime spotted online

07/28/2011, Looking forward to two new Windows Phone handsets? Well it looks like HTC’s upcoming WP7 devices are on their way to the market pretty soon. The HTC Ignite and the HTC Prime have been spotted on the website of Phone House, the Dutch version and...

Vodafone Blue 555: a new dedicated Facebook feature phone

07/28/2011, Vodafone has just launched a new phone in the UK and it’s not the typical phone we’ve come to expect. This time it’s a feature phone that features heavy Facebook integration – and by heavy we mean heavy. On the surface it looks a lot...

Aliyun OS is Alibaba’s new mobile platform

07/28/2011, With many considering Alibaba to be the Google of China and even launching their own mobile payment services, AliPay, we have to admit that seeing them launch their very own mobile operating system really did not come as big a shock as we would have...