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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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iPhone 2.2 Jailbreak

11/23/2008, It has only been two days since the iPhone 2.2 firmware update and already the iPhone Dev Team has released a jailbreak of the firmware.QuickPwn and Pwnage for 2.2 were posted on their blog Saturday. They are compatible with Windows and Mac machines....

HTC Touch Cloned With HB 778

11/23/2008, Guess the HB 778 is yet another cloning effort from China, land of melamine-tainted milk and biscuits. Resembling a HTC Touch Diamond or Touch Pro, the HB 778 aims to fool the less informed with its close resemblance to HTC’s celebrated smartphones....

Visual Voicemail For The T-Mobile G1

11/23/2008, No longer can iPhone owners brag about Visual Voicemail as the T-Mobile G1 now has a version of their own. For those who are not in the know, Visual Voicemail allows the user to check out their voicemail inbox that has been sorted chronogically by caller,...

Samsung Omnia escapes Verizon’s WiFi castration

11/23/2008, There was some speculation as to whether or not the Omnia would be released via Verizon with its WiFi capability intact. BGR has obtained a picture which seems to show that the WiFi is advertised on the box at least. Hopefully this means they are...

Apple scared of RIM? Unlikely

11/22/2008, It might not be a coincidence that Apple released its iPhone 2.2 update just as the BlackBerry storm gets its 15 minutes of fame but, I doubt that Apple is “scared” of RIM as CNET’s Don Reisenger says. It looks to me like Apple had...

Nokia Patents Gesture Controls

11/21/2008, Nokia has yet to make touch-based interface a mainstream method of navigation on its handsets, but that could soon change with news of the Finnish cell phone manufacturer leaking out that it is working on gesture control for cell phones in a recent patent...

Glassy Glassy Concept Phone

11/20/2008, Phones are meant to be pretty solid in their build, considering how often it is bandied about, and we believe that handsets ought to be able to withstand a couple of unintended drops to the floor without breaking or cracking. Well, the Glassy Glassy phone...

iPhone 3G And Storm Browser Speed Test

11/20/2008, Since the BlackBerry Storm is supposedly one of the candidates lined up to knock the iPhone 3G out of the ring, it only makes perfect sense to compare the two. This time round we’ll take a look at the speed between browsers on both devices, and rest...

Nokia N96 Bruce Lee Edition – Awesome Video

11/20/2008, You know what they say – you can’t keep a good man down, and martial arts legend Bruce Lee still influences our world greatly despite dying in his prime. Nokia pays homage to this great man by releasing a special edition of its N96, known as...

DoCoMo PRIME F-01A Released Officially

11/20/2008, At last, the DoCoMo PRIME F-01A clamshell cell phone is finally released in Japan on an official basis, and it comes in the similar large, rectangular form factor that most Japanese handsets appear in. This is a Symbian-based phone churned out from the...

Goojet: the Social Mobile Widgets

11/20/2008, [DowJones VentureWire Technology Showcase - EuroTech] I met with Goojet co-founder Marc Rougier at the conference and he gave me a detailed demo of its product. Goojet allows users to easily get various Widgets on their phone and manage them with a user...

DIY iPhone Macro Lens

11/20/2008, The iPhone’s camera lens isn’t anything to shout about, so it makes perfect sense for an enterprising user to come up with his own solution – a DIY macro lens for the iPhone. He has apparently used a 50mm lens from an old SLR as an...

Cellphone Radiations Could Release Mercury from Filings

11/19/2008, That’s according to the Shiraz University of Medical Sciences (Iran). Their study concluded that the use of a mobile phone can release mercury from specific tooth filings that uses the metal in their composition. Note that the study was performed on...

Motorola Aura Cloned In China

11/19/2008, Where else but China can you find clones of numerous electronic devices? While the real Motorola Aura will retail for a wee bit under $2,000, you will be able to find its clone known as the Wingtech D20, and you can be sure that it is made from sub-par...