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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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Scroll Concept from 13 Tech Design

04/17/2008, 13 Tech Design has come up with a Scroll concept device which crams in a fair bit of impressive features, including a touch screen-based cell phone, a 10 megapixel camera and a full HD camcorder for you to record all your favorite memories. Heck, it will...

Caller ID Stereo Bluetooth Headset

04/16/2008, The Caller ID Stereo Bluetooth Headset ought to be pretty handy, enabling you to pick up calls wirelessly once you decide that the name/number on the OLED display is worth attending to. Of course, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy which is why...

ConnectVu Cam 3G

04/16/2008, Don’t you just fell all the more wary whenever you’re in the presence of a video camera? After all, to resist the urge of picking your nose is nigh but impossible considering that is a bad habit of yours for the past 30-odd years. The...

Cell Phones Control Jukebox

04/13/2008, LocaModa and Touch Tunes have teamed up to hook up to 30,000 jukeboxes to social networks, allowing them to be controlled remotely via cell phones. This new partnership allows patrons to let their handsets interact with flat panel screens driven by the...

BlueAnt Supertooth 3

04/13/2008, Hmm, looks as though 3 months down the road and the Supertooth 3 has not yet been released, despite a targeted March 2008 release date and a recommended retail price of $119. The Supertooth 3 was paraded again by BlueAnt at CTIA Wireless, so here are the...

Ferrari-Shaped Mobile Phone

04/11/2008, This seemingly toy-ish Ferrari is in fact a cellphone. The dialing pad is located underneath the car where the axle should be. The idea is interesting, but I agree with my friends from techdigest that I do not like the idea of talking where the back axle...

Samsung D780 Unveiled

04/08/2008, Targeting Asia and Europe, Samsung’s new D780 Duos is yet another dual-SIM handset from the Korean cell phone manufacturer. This tri-band wonder’s main selling point would be the capability to store two SIM cards simultaneously, with the D780...

Future of Nokia Smartphones, Will the iPhone Continue to Dominate?

04/07/2008, Earlier today, someone I know asked me this: “What do you think of future Nokia smart phones? Do you think they will stand a chance? Also what about Apple’s iPhone? Do you think the future competition is going to affect their dominance in this...

Griffin ClearBoost Reviewed

04/04/2008, iLounge takes the Griffin ClearBoost out for a spin, and here’s their take on it. At a $35 suggested retail price, ClearBoost sells for around a $10 premium over a plain but comparably protective Griffin or other company’s iPhone case, which...

iShield Mirror For Narcissists

04/02/2008, So you feel extremely smug that you have an iPhone while the rest of your (small) circle of friends doesn’t, and couple that with your personality of screaming like a headless chicken each time you discover a new zit on your face, and we have a...

Plantronics Discovery 925 Bluetooth Headset

04/01/2008, Plantronics recently released its signature line up of designer headsets that target both genders, since the Discovery 925 Bluetooth earpiece collection was specially designed to cater for everyone with a discerning taste. The 925 is truly different...

Casio GzOne Survives Abuse from Wired

03/31/2008, We first covered the GzOne when it launched in Tokyo (read our hands-on with the GzOne). A few years and a few updates later Wired puts the most recent version through a gadget abuse test that the device took like… an uber-gizmo. Unfortunately, the...

Verizon BlackBerry Curve 8830

03/31/2008, Verizon has the honor of being the first North American carrier to launch the BlackBerry Curve 8830, making available this 3G smartphone to the masses courtesy of Verizon’s EV-DO network. The 8830 is but a natural update to the 8310 found on GSM...