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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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Hot Phone Reviews


LED Cell Phone

01/21/2008, While the world is enamoured with touch sensitive devices, along comes the humble LED cell phone that takes the opposite route to that of a smartphone’s. The LEDs aren’t there to make it look good, instead they all have some sort of function....

Yes.digitrad.com: a free multimedia phone number

01/21/2008, Yes.digitrad.com offers a phone number that allows users to receive calls on their phones or computers via the virtual phone on their web page. They can also place international calls from their mobile phones for the price of a local call. This offer is...

DIY Cell Phone Reception Booster

01/20/2008, Boost Your Cellular Signal – video powered by Metacafe Ever walked in urban canyons while talking on your cell phone, only to be cut off in mid-coversation due to the lack of signal strength? If you are a fan of a little DIY project, there is this...

Sony Ericsson W520i Concept Phone

01/20/2008, One thing good about concepts are you don’t have to worry too much about engineering constraints, although you do want your idea to come out as relevant and doable simultaneously. Muhammad-Oli of Esato has the Sony Ericsson W520i concept phone to...

Samsung SGH i900 Touch Display Phone

01/16/2008, Touch displays are seen as the new wireless promised land these days. The SGH-i900 is Samsung’s latest attempt to get a piece of the action: this phone has 3G and a GPS, two items that tops iPhone owners’ whish list. It will also come...

Samsung i450 with MicroNav technology

01/16/2008, Samsung’s upcoming SGH-i450 handset (in the US anyways, Europe already got their hands on it last year) will be utilizing Interlink’s patented MicroNav technology that features “touch wheel navigation“, allowing users to use just...

Parrot SK 4000: Bluetooth Hands-Free Motorcycle Kit

01/14/2008, [CES 2008] I saw the Parrot SK 4000 at ShowStoppers at CES last week and I finally have the time to publish about it. With this kit you can make and take calls, listen to FM radio or to your favorite digital music while riding your motorcycle. The...

NeoNode N2 Hands-On

01/09/2008, Neonode pioneered the full touch screen phone long before Apple. Although it runs on Windows Mobile, it has a user interface that is unique to the brand. The touch screen uses a proprietary infrared technology called zForce designed to work better with...

Nokia Eco Sensor Concept in the flesh

01/07/2008, [CES 2008] Here’s the Nokia Eco Sensor concept in real life – while there aren’t exactly any plans to release these concepts in the near future just yet, it is still interesting to see a real-life version albeit non-working models. The...

BlueAnt Supertooth 3, Hands-On

01/07/2008, [CES 2008] How many of you folks have some sort of Bluetooth handsfree speakerphone for your vehicle? Well, for those who are thinking of picking one up, BlueAnt has yet another offering to further tempt your wallet. The BlueAnt Supertooth 3 shares a...

BlackBerry 8000 series

01/05/2008, Looks like the BlackBerry 8000 series has a brand new addition to the family, although the model number has not been decided upon just yet. Nevertheless, I’m sure you are more interested in what lies beneath the hood. This Vodafone offering will be...

QWERTY Nokia N-Series?

01/04/2008, Rumor: BGS says that it has a scoop about an upcoming full-QWERTY Nokia N-Series. As smart as the N-Series phones are, it’s true that they could use a QWERTY keyboard, at least on a few models. Now imagine an N-Series phone with the nice...

LG KF600 heads for China

01/04/2008, If you think the LG KF600 looks familiar in terms of navigation and user interface, that’s because it uses the same interactive touchpad technology found on the LG Venus. This China-bound handset features dual screen displays, where the bottom...