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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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Optrix XD Sport is a waterproof iPhone case

07/17/2012, So you are one who loves to bring your iPhone out on adventures, even wet and wild ones simply because of the iPhone’s fantastic camera that allows you to capture images and video under the most challenging circumstances as compared to other...

Samsung Galaxy S3 case has issues?

07/17/2012, The Samsung Galaxy S3 is sitting pretty at the top of the smartphone hill at this point in time, regardless of whether you are with the iOS or Android camp. Of course, does this mean that the Samsung Galaxy S3 has no shortcomings or weaknesses at all? Not...

Most Americans use their phones while watching TV (study)

07/17/2012, If you’re the kind of person to reach for your smartphone during every commercial break whenever you’re watching TV – you’re not alone. According to a recent study from Pew Research, it looks like cellphone (and smartphone) usage...

64GB Galaxy S3 cancelled?

07/17/2012, If you’ve been holding out from picking up the Galaxy S3 because you wanted the larger 64GB version, it looks like you might not have to wait anymore. According to reports online, it looks like the 64GB version of Samsung’s flagship Android...

Kyocera Hydro coming to Boost Mobile next month

07/17/2012, Remember the Kyocera Hydro that was first unveiled in May this year at the CTIA Wireless 2012? Well, following its appearance at the FCC, it seems that the waterproof handset is now all set to launch via Boost Mobile next month. Today, Boost Mobile is...

easyDial gives your BlackBerry Bold 99xx a touchscreen numpad

07/17/2012, While the BlackBerry Bold 99xx has a physical keyboard, it can get pretty tedious to make calls with it especially when you have to hold down the alt key to turn the alphabets into numbers. It makes you wonder why didn’t RIM create a dialpad app for...

CarPad Note 5 F6 is one huge phablet

07/17/2012, Most of us love having larger screens when it comes to choosing a smartphone, but how large is large enough? The Samsung Galaxy Note proved to us that there was a demand for 5.3″ displays, but it looks like some manufacturers think that it...

StyleTap lets your Android phone run Palm OS apps

07/17/2012, While most of us have forgotten about Palm OS by now – there are probably a handful of folks out there who still remember it fondly and has some apps lying around. Well, if you’re one such person with an Android device as well, you’re in...

YellowJacket iPhone case doubles as a stun gun

07/17/2012, Yellow Jacket Promo from Loupe Theory Studios on Vimeo. We’ve seen all sorts of iPhone cases in the past, so we guess it’s no real surprise that we stumbled across a iPhone case by the name of YellowJacket. While it looks somewhat innocent in the...

Tethered jailbreak achieved for iOS 6 Beta 3

07/17/2012, It was just yesterday when Apple released iOS 6 beta 3 to developers, but the good news is that it appears that a jailbreak solution has been discovered for it already. Unfortunately this is a tethered jailbreak, meaning that you will need to make sure...

Meizu MX 4-Core now available in the US

07/17/2012, If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on Meizu’s latest Android smartphone, the MX 4-Core, it can be yours today. According to reports online, the MX 4-Core is now available globally. While it may feature a sweet design and pack some...

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light now on more Xperia devices

07/17/2012, After arriving on Android as an Xperia PLAY exclusive game, it looks like Sony still has control over who gets to play Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. According to a blog post on the Sony Mobile blog, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is now...

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is more secure, according to security expert

07/17/2012, While new features and a new UI are always a welcome change with major OS revisions, security is probably one of the more important features. After all, there’s really no point in having a fancy looking OS with the security flaws and holes that any...