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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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Samsung Galaxy S3 Gets Battery Tested; Promising Results

05/14/2012, The much anticipated Samsung flagship phone that was only recently announced became the target of a test by the folks over at GSMArena. The I9300 a.k.a Samsung Galaxy S3 was put through the wringer and its battery was pushed to its limits in the tests...

LinkedIn Releases Official Windows Phone Application

05/14/2012, The popular corporate social-networking platform LinkedIn has been one of the few major social networks that didn’t have an official application out for Windows Phone devices. It seems that over the weekened however, that changed. Without making too...

Verizon slashes the price for the Motorola Droid RAZR MAXX

05/14/2012, For those who might be a little tight on cash, you guys might have been trying to decide between spending an extra $100 on the Droid RAZR MAXX over its sibling with a smaller battery, the Droid RAZR. Well the good news is that if you’re still in the...

Motorola Defy/Defy+ gets highly functional Android 4.0.4 ROM

05/14/2012, The Motorola Defy and its sibling, the Defy+ aren’t exactly the most well known or most popular Android smartphones out there. However that’s not to say that there aren’t fans of the device out there and thanks to the hardworking Android developer...

Leaked photo of a device running on Baidu’s Cloud OS spotted

05/14/2012, Those living in China and those following the mobile scene are no doubt familiar with China’s Baidu Yi, a mobile platform by the Chinese search engine company that’s pretty much based off Google’s Android mobile operating system. According to...

HTC One X WiFi bug gets an unofficial fix

05/14/2012, It might not have been a widespread issue, but there were reports from those who bought the HTC One X LTE version in US and Canada regarding a possible WiFi bug. This bug affected the device’s WiFi connectivity and either caused frequent disconnections...

Sony Xperia S Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich to arrive by June

05/14/2012, When it comes to operating system updates, there are many factors to consider – ranging from the carrier to the hardware manufacturer itself. In the case of Sony’s Xperia S (which was first spotted at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona earlier...

Samsung and Google to team up again?

05/13/2012, Developer Adam Green, who has built up his fair share of credibility, has uncovered some rather interesting snippets of information today – one that has something to do with Samsung working alongside Internet search giant Google to deliver the...

Samsung Galaxy Proclaim is more down to earth

05/13/2012, You do not really need to traverse across the galaxy to see just what the Samsung Galaxy Proclaim is capable of doing – in fact, it has some pretty down to earth specifications which would definitely make you realize that there is such a thing as a...

Snapkeys 2i touchscreen keyboard coming soon

05/12/2012, This might be the third time that we’ll talk to you about the Snapkeys 2i touchscreen keyboard. In case you forgot, we wrote about Snapkeys 2i (Imaginary Interface) last year and that it will be demoed at the CES 2012. But as a matter of review,...

Turntable.fm now available for Android

05/11/2012, Users of Turntable.fm, the social media website that allows users to interactively share music, will be happy to know that a native app for Android has just been launched. In case you are new to it, Billy Chasen started Turntable.fm last year. It’s...