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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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HTC One X on AT&T drops to $99

07/30/2012, A few days ago, we reported that according to the rumors, AT&T’s HTC One X was said to see a price reduction and would start selling at $99. The good news is that if you’ve been planning to get the One X but thought that its price might be out of...

HTC closes office in South Korea

07/30/2012, What do you do when your phones don’t sell as well as the Galaxy S3 or Galaxy Note in South Korea? You shut down your office there of course – at least that’s what HTC has done. According to reports online, HTC closed its office in South...

iPhone 5: photos of an alleged fully assembled unit [Rumor]

07/29/2012, As we march towards the launch of the iPhone 5, each day brings a new rumor/leak, and today iLab Factory is claiming to have photos of the fully-assembled iPhone 5. The photos are very interesting, and they match a lot of what has been previously rumored...

Samsung London 2012 Predictor makes predictions fun

07/27/2012, Samsung really is going all out with this year’s London Olympic Games. Besides having its Galaxy S3 as the official phone for London 2012, the company has been pushing it as a hotel room key, decorating it with the UK flag, and even updating its...

HTC explains why the Desire HD won’t be getting ICS

07/27/2012, Earlier this week we reported HTC officially announced that the Desire HD won’t be receiving the Ice Cream Sandwich – despite the phone packing hardware similar to its newer phones that run on ICS. In an attempt to appease customers, HTC...

Square Enix brings original Final Fantasy game to Android

07/27/2012, You’ve probably played Final Fantasy before on your NES and might have some wonderful memories about it. If you’re getting a little nostalgic now, then an Android device will bring you back in time. Japanese video game developer Square Enix is...

Arabic in Windows Phone 8 spotted

07/27/2012, I am rather surprised to hear that Windows Phone 8 is certainly taking its own sweet time to make headway in new markets, with one of the main stumbling blocks being Windows Phone 8’s relatively poor language support. What you see on the right would...

Sony Xperia J (ST26i) photos leak ahead of IFA announcement

07/27/2012, Are you looking forward to seeing what manufacturers have in store for us at this year’s IFA? After all it was only last year that Samsung unveiled several new devices, although this year there seems to be plenty of Sony-related rumors and leaks. So far...

Instagram hits 80 million users

07/27/2012, After passing the 50 million mark in May, it looks like the number of Instagram users has jumped again. According to the latest reports online, the 2-year old photo-sharing service on Android and iOS now has over 80 million users. Talk about popular....

Galaxy Note CyanogenMod 10 now available

07/27/2012, Good news for folks who use custom ROMs on their Galaxy Note. CyanogenMod 10 is now available for your phablet and is waiting to be loaded. While it’s only a preview version of the final ROM, it is said to be faster than Ice Cream Sandwich ROMs for...

Nokia to close its last handset factory

07/27/2012, While Nokia could proudly say that it made its own phones in Finland, it looks like that won’t be the case anymore. According to reports online, the Finnish mobile giant has finalized its plans to close its handset factory in Salo, Finland. The...

Alleged iPhone 5 spotted in the wild

07/27/2012, It’s time to kick start the last working day of the week with yet another iPhone 5-related article. According to reports online, more images of the alleged iPhone 5 have surfaced online, this time showing off the device in a case. No word on how the...