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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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Google offers GDC attendees free Nexus S, Motorola XOOM

03/01/2011, Google offers more than free laptops after all at this years Game Developer Conference in San Francisco, as the company has also given guests who attended key sessions on Android game development a free Nexus S or a free Motorola XOOM – it really...

Windows Phone 7 Marketplace has over 9,000 apps

03/01/2011, After hitting the 5,000 apps mark at the end of December, there wasn’t a whole lot of news about the Windows Phone 7 Marketplace’s app count after that. Well, it’s been two months since then and it has been reported that the Windows Phone 7...

Sony to release an Android Walkman phone?

03/01/2011, Sony has recently posted up a teaser ad with the tagline “A smarter Walkman phone is coming soon” which hints towards an Android Walkman phone that was rumored about in the middle of last year. At the time it was an average Android 1.6 phone,...

NVIDIA TegraZone for Android

03/01/2011, Tegrazone: NVIDIA has created the TegraZone app that lists and provides pointers to the best applications for its Tegra platform

Sony Ericsson aims to be largest Android handset maker

03/01/2011, According to the latest report from Bloomberg, Sony Ericsson has plans to become the largest maker of Android handsets. The company will be shifting their focus out of Europe and into the rest of the world. For starters, Sony Ericsson will be releasing...

Button pushing machine works remotely, worldwide

02/28/2011, Mok Young Bacq might be considered to be a genius to some, as he has managed to come up with a rather nifty yet intricate machine which is capable of using a trio of different cellphones on his behalf – where the interface method will rely on a...

Sony has 17.7 megapixel sensor in the pipeline

02/28/2011, Scouring through the Internet for juicy bits of information isn’t too easy, but here we are with a potential gem – word that Sony is going to heat up the CMOS sensor market with a 17.7-megapixel sensor which boasts a bandwidth of 34.8Gbps as...

NUU MiniKey Bluetooth keyboard picks up FCC approval

02/28/2011, Ever heard of NUU before? No? Well, we’re pleased to inform you that they are a manufacturer of mobile device accessories, and most recently picked up the nod from the FCC for their MiniKey Bluetooth keyboard for the iPhone 4. This is pretty much a...

Will the HTC ThunderBolt ever be released?

02/28/2011, It is uncertain why the HTC ThunderBolt that was revealed at the same time as the Motorola Xoom at CES has yet to be released, but the Android phone that was rumored to be on sale in February has still yet to make an appearance in stores. It seems like...

Apple COO drops hints of cheaper iPhone and better prepaid plans

02/28/2011, An iPhone is one universally appealing handsets, and nearly everyone and their dog needed to have one when it first appeared on the smartphone scene all those years ago. Well, while we have heard rumors of a smaller iPhone for some time already, Apple COO...

ecoATM: Recycle your Gadgets and Get Cash

02/28/2011, [DEMO Spring 2011] We have published about ecoATM back in 2009, and today, the company is unveiling its next generation, fully automated eCycling Station featuring a built-in cash dispenser like an ATM. Giving financial incentive to make people recycle is...