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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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Flyme OS 1.0 developer version leaked, set for June release

05/24/2012, It seems that the developer version of Flyme OS 1.0 has leaked yesterday, and logic dictates that such leaks are detrimental to companies who want to ensure that their activities for the future remain hush hush, so that users or customers of the company...

Toulouse Blagnac Airport to test NFC check ins

05/24/2012, The next time you are at the Toulouse Blagnac Airport, you might be greeted by a very different way of checking in – after all, it is the first airport in the world that will rely on NFC enabled smartphones in order to simplify the passenger...

LG Nitro HD receives leaked Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich build

05/23/2012, The LG Nitro HD was one of the first smartphones over at AT&T’s network to feature a 720p capable display that certainly wowed ordinary folks back in the day, but since then, 720p displays have more or less become the norm. Well, it is rather...

LG LS860 “Cayenne” spotted in the wild

05/23/2012, The LG LS860, also known as Cayenne for its code name, has been spotted in the wild, and it is no surprise to see an extremely blurry shot of it hit the Internet. I would have thought that with all the advancements made in the world of smartphones where...

Samsung Galaxy S3 launcher ported to the Galaxy S2

05/23/2012, A few days ago, we said that the Samsung Galaxy S3 has been rooted and that its official stock firmware has been leaked. But it appears that the folks over at XDA Developers are not stopping there. We are hearing reports that the Samsung Galaxy...

Vertu Constellation arrives in new candy colors

05/23/2012, How many people do you know who own a Vertu handset? Now, it is going to cost plenty of money to own something that is already obsolete in terms of technology the moment you unbox it, but I guess the social status of carrying one of these jewel encrusted...

Speedier Google Search app heads for the iPhone

05/23/2012, From today onwards, iPhone users should be able to enjoy a faster Google Search experience on their iPhone app. For starters, a total overhaul of the interface has been implemented, where every single bit of change has been made not for fun, but in order...

Samsung Galaxy Appeal hits the AT&T

05/23/2012, AT&T has just introduced yet another budget-minded smartphone as part of its GoPhone prepaid program, resulting in the Samsung Galaxy Appeal appearing in the US markets. Now, the Galaxy Appeal will be slightly different from the other Galaxy range of...

Symbian Carla cancelled

05/23/2012, Those who are still dabbling around with the Symbian platform, here is a little bit of news for your consumption this morning. The Product Marketing Manager for Nokia South Europe, Mathias Fiorin, has just let loose the word that Symbian Carla has been...

Mass Effect Infiltrator Now Available on Android’s Play Store

05/23/2012, Mass Effect has definitely had its share of the news recently with the Mass Effect 3 DLC being briefly spotted after which it was removed. For Android-based pocket gamers on the other hand, it seems that EA has come out with a version of the game called...

Windows Phone 7.5 Now a Must for Marketplace Downloads

05/23/2012, Earlier today, Microsoft made an announcement that beginning from May 23, any downloads from the Windows Marketplace can only be completed by devices running the company’s Windows Phone 7.5 OS. Microsoft reminded its users that the change was coming for...