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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 Voyager Hands-On

10/24/2007, We have published before about the LG Voyager, but there’s nothing like having some time with the device. The voyager is an interesting device that combines an external touch screen display with a second internal screen and a full-qwerty keyboard....

Motorola RAZR2 Luxury Edition Hands-On

10/24/2007, If you are going to use a “regular” phone, why not get one that has a lot of style? This phone reminds us of our retired RAZR Dolce & Gabbana, but shinier – and “shiny is good”. We like how the RAZR2 Luxury Edition felt...

HTC Advantage Hands-On: Disappointing

10/24/2007, When HTC announced the Advantage, it created a lot of excitement around the idea of having a portable email device with a bigger keyboard. Unfortunately, I have to say that the reality doesn’t live up to the hype. After using it, my...

Samsung Blackjack 2 Hands-On

10/23/2007, Being long-time Blackjack users (read our Blackjack review), we had to play with the BlackJack 2. Let me tell you that it is a sexy phone. Samsung evolved its previous thin design by making it look classier, thanks to a new coating. I especially like the...

i-mate to Introduce a “Foleo” for The Ultimate Series

10/23/2007, i-mate plans to create a “shell” that would feature a 1024×768 display (7 inch?), a keyboard and a battery that can last (up to) 80 hours, turning the Ultimate smart phones into a comfortably sized PDA powerful enough to do serious...

i-mate Ultimate 9502 Announced

10/23/2007, This is i-mate’s “star of the show”, and we can promise that enthusiasts are going to love the specs: Windows Mobile 6 Pro 3.5G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 2.0 Integrated GPS Dual-camera (3 Megapixel in the back) 2.8” VGA (640×480)...

i-mate Ultimate 8502 Hands-On

10/23/2007, We had the opportunity to play with the Ultimate 8502 from i-mate, here are the highlights: Windows Mobile 6 Pro Top-notch connectivity (WiFi, 3.5G) Integrated GPS Powerful chips: 520Mhz processor, NVIDIA Graphics 2.6” QVGA (320×240) touch...

Samsung announces SGH-i550

10/22/2007, The Samsung SGH-i550 that was announced at the Symbian Smartphone Show in London holds the distinction of being the first GPS navigator-equipped smartphone from Samsung. This candybar handset will run on Symbian OS v9.2 and S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack...

Nokia N81 8GB model now shipping

10/22/2007, The Nokia N81 8GB model is set to ship, aiming to converge both music and gaming on a single device. It will pioneer the 3D Multimedia Menu concept that could soon be the new Nokia N Series user interface. According to a Nokia representative,...

EU approves phone calls in the air

10/19/2007, The EU has decided to allow cellphone calls to be made while you’re in the air, ten thousands of feet above the ground courtesy of a new technology that does not run the risk of interference with aircraft systems. This reservation of space for the...

HTC Polaris Renamed to HTC Touch Cruise

10/19/2007, Now that the HTC Touch is on the market closely followed by the HTC Touch Dual, the HTC Touch Cruise (formerly HTC Polaris) will get all the attention. It too will have the TouchFlo user interface (video), but it will also come equipped with a GPS. Specs...

NSA-enabled smart phone

10/17/2007, Just like any other government device (have you seen a “military GPS” recently? yuck), it’s big, unattractive and probably very expensive, but this Sectera Edge secure smart phone by General Dynamics can get NSA employees and select...

Windows Mobile with Projector Concept

10/17/2007, Stefano Casanova designed this concept phone that would run on Windows Mobile and use a swivel display with an embedded projector, making it less strenuous to read stuff or watch movies on the phone. Of course, now someone would have to pull their hair...

Apple SDK in February 2008

10/17/2007, Apple has officially given February as a target date for their iPhone SDK. “Let me just say it: We want native third party applications on the iPhone, and we plan to have an SDK in developers’ hands in February. We are excited about creating a...