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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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LG Optimus Vu 2 arriving this fall?

07/11/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 has been rumored to announce later this year and it looks like it might not be the only phablet in town. According to rumors online, LG will also be announcing the sequel to its large smartphone, the Optimus Vu. It will be called...

Nokia takes RIM to court again

07/11/2012, It sure looks like RIM can’t catch a break. According to reports online, Nokia has decided to file a new lawsuit against RIM for the infringement of three of its patents. According to reports online, the patents cover a “method and system for...

Amazon smartphone in testing?

07/11/2012, We’ve heard rumors about an Amazon smartphone in the works, and the latest reports from the Wall Street Journal seem to corroborate with the story. According to them, Amazon is currently working with component suppliers in Asia to test a smartphone....

T-Mobile and Huawei announces myTouch and the myTouch Q

07/10/2012, Entry level smartphones generally do not generate too much of a buzz for obvious reasons – they are functional, but not groundbreaking in any way. Still, for companies to ignore the entry level market would be a great folly, since this market is...

Verizon LG VS930 cameos, is actually an Optimus LTE II?

07/10/2012, What you see above is the LG VS930, although for those who are extremely knowledgeable about the world of smartphones, you would be quick to point out that it is also known by another name – that is, the Optimus LTE II. This handset does seem to be...

HexRinger knows when to turn on silent mode

07/10/2012, There are times when you thought that you had turned the silent mode on your handset on, but to your horror, it rings at full blast right in the middle of watching a movie in a packed cinema. Perhaps you need a more intelligent management software to...

ego Hybrid Series USB Case offers built-in USB drive

07/10/2012, All right, we have seen iPhone cases in the past, especially from mophie and their collection of juice packs, where the iPhone case not only functions as a protective layer, but it also delivers an additional boost of power. How about a different take on...

Android 4.1 Jellybean arrives on HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus

07/10/2012, After releasing the source code for Jellybean yesterday, Google has decided to begin its distribution of Android 4.1. The first device to receive it is the HSPA+ Galaxy Nexus which has already begun to receive it today. JellyBean has tons of new features...

Images of Facebook app for BlackBerry 10 leaked

07/10/2012, We won’t be getting our hands on any BlackBerry 10 devices anytime soon but that doesn’t mean that we can’t get a sneak peek of what’s in store for us. The folks over at N4BB managed to get their hands on images showing off what...

Samsung Galaxy Note related links appear on T-Mobile’s website

07/10/2012, Good news for those of you who have been waiting patiently for the Galaxy Note to arrive on T-Mobile’s network, it looks like that day might be here soon. According to reports online, T-Mobile’s support website now lists some links to Galaxy...

Photographs of iPhone 5 engineering samples leaked?

07/10/2012, If you want a look at what the upcoming iPhone is going to look like, the folks over at Gotta Be Mobile might have the answer. The folks were recently sent some photographs showing off what is claimed to be an iPhone 5 engineering sample straight from a...

RIM selling off corporate jet to save money?

07/10/2012, While RIM’s CEO has mentioned that the company isn’t in a “death spiral“, it sure looks like it’s doing a lot to stay afloat. The company was recently reported to have cut jobs, reduced vacation time and increased the number...

Microsoft could build its own smartphone in the future?

07/10/2012, While Microsoft has been busy working on new versions of its operating system that it gives to OEMs to build, there’s a chance that it could build its own phones in the future. According to an interview with CRN, Steve Ballmer was asked about...