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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 TecTiles programmable NFC tags for the Galaxy S3

06/12/2012, Samsung is launching TecTiles, which are programmable NFC tags that can be programmed (and re-programmed) by a phone like the Galaxy S3. There are many ways to use them, but one cool example that Samsung is going to push is to program TecTiles to trigger...

Verizon Wireless’ Share Everything Plans announced

06/12/2012, Verizon Wireless has something for the masses that might just change the way you select a wireless service, thanks to the announcement of their Share Everything Plans. Just what does Share Everything Plans bring to the table? We are looking at unlimited...

Snipp translates QR codes for you

06/12/2012, The use of QR codes has improved to more than just function as an advertising pointer, and has also seen action on tombstones in order to make your life more accessible to your descendants as well as curious folks who want to know more about you whenever...

T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note receives FCC certification

06/12/2012, Are you on the lookout for the new Samsung Galaxy Note from T-Mobile? If you have answered in the affirmative, then you would most probably be pleased to know that the Samsung Galaxy Note for that particular carrier has already picked up FCC...

Samsung Galaxy S3 in the UK receives its first firmware update

06/12/2012, The Samsung Galaxy S3 has yet to make its way to the US, but it seems that a firmware update for the international versions of the Galaxy S3 is currently being pushed out. Spotted in the UK, this update will bring the handset’s firmware up to version...

Max Payne Mobile arriving on Android 14th June

06/12/2012, iOS users have been enjoying Rockstar’s Max Payne for mobile for quite a while now, and we know that the game was scheduled for an Android release – but where is it? The good news is that if you were hankering to load up Max Payne and relive the...

Android 4.0 for T-Mobile’s Galaxy S2 now available for download

06/12/2012, T-Mobile subscribers, if you have been eagerly awaiting the Android 4.0 update for your Samsung Galaxy S2, well you’re in luck as it is finally here! This was tweeted by Samsung themselves so connect your phone to computer, fire up the Samsung Kies...

Official: iOS 6 announced and detailed

06/11/2012, iOS 6 is the next major update for the iOS operating system and we’re sure that many have been wondering what sort of features it would be bringing to the table, and today at WWDC Apple finally took the wraps off the next update thus putting an end...

Samsung denies purchasing Nokia

06/11/2012, I am not quite sure what to think of this story – that despite rumors going around that Samsung is going to pick up Nokia as part of their shopping spree, the South Korean conglomerate has officially stepped forward to deny such rumors, saying that...

AT&T offers free Wi-Fi at Harlem’s Rucker Park

06/11/2012, Last year, we talked about how AT&T will be offering free Wi-Fi connectivity in select New York City parks, with Central Park Zoo and Brooklyn’s Fort Green Park receiving free AT&T Wi-Fi earlier this year. In order to mark the first anniversary...

Kyocera DuraXT from Sprint

06/11/2012, If you feel that modern day smartphones are just too fragile for your everyday use, then perhaps you might want to check out the Kyocera DuraXT instead. This is an exclusive smartphone from Sprint, where the Kyocera DuraXT is ideal for those who want a...