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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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iFan Keeps Your iPhone Juiced With Wind Power

12/03/2010, We’ve seen various chargers for the iPhone before, but the iFan here is rather different from what we’re used to seeing, probably because of the large computer fan at the top. The user who created this mod claims that it took him a good six...

GameString Streams WoW To A HTC Desire

12/03/2010, If you thought you could stay away from World of Warcraft (WoW) by staying away from your computer, it might not in the future. The folks over at GameString have come up with a solution for you to enjoy WoW on your mobile phone, and they’ve come up...

HTC Responds To HD7 Antennagate Complaints

12/02/2010, After the iPhone 4‘s Antennagate issue, consumers seem to be extra sensitive when it comes to the issue of signal quality on cell phones and recently HTC found itself having to answer questions posed of the signal quality of its HTC HD7 phone, since...

Concept: Floating Smartphone

12/02/2010, This concept phone looks like it was stolen from the future. If you’re wondering what’s so special about a phone that bears a similar design to most of the touchscreen phones today, it’s because there are magnets placed in specific...

iFlash External Flash For Your iPhone

12/02/2010, The iPhone’s camera might not be the best, but there are plenty of folks out there who are taking just great pictures with it. That being said, a photographer really isn’t going to complain of more light and that’s where the iFlash...

NVIDIA Looking At Quad-core Chips For Smartphones

12/01/2010, If you’re still dreaming of owning a Tegra 2 device, your dreams might be a little out of date. In a whitepaper about mobile multi-core processors, NVIDIA has confirmed that Tegra 3 is already nearly finished and Tegra 4 is already being developed....

Cell Phone Jammer Disguised As A Pack Of Cigarettes

12/01/2010, We’re all hooked to our cell phones, but there are times when you just don’t want to hear a cell phone ringing, regardless if the phone belongs to you or not. That’s what cell phone jammers were invented for, right? The common problem is...

Samsung GT-i8700 Pictured And Disassembled By The FCC

12/01/2010, We previously seen pictures of the Samsung Gt-i8700 before, and now more pictures (including disassembly) of this phone have surfaced, thanks to the folks over at the FCC, hopefully a sign that we’ll be seeing this phone in US stores soon. The...

MetroPCS 4G LTE Network Is Now Live In San Fran

12/01/2010, Verizon isn’t the only LTE provider around as MetroPCS has also announced the launch of its 4G LTE network. The network will cover San Francisco and surrounding areas, joining Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Detroit and Dallas/Fort Worth to be...

Junaio 2.5: AR Mobile Browser New Version Released

12/01/2010, We published about Junaio Augmented Reality mobile browser when metaio, the developer, launched the v 2.0 in March at SXSW. From the press release, we know that Junaio 2.5 features an “improved graphical user interface, easier channel...

Android for Men, iPhone for Women According to Recent Survey

12/01/2010, A recent survey published by Nielsen reveals that Android, BlackBerry, and iPhone are among the most popular phones in the U.S., with iPhone and BlackBerry leading the pack with 27 percent market share each and Android not too far off with 23 percent and...

Samsung Announces NFC chips, maybe the ones powering the Nexus S?

12/01/2010, Samsung has contacted us to alert our team that the company is launching new near field communications (NFC) chips with embedded Flash Memory. Samsung has chosen to use Flash memory in the chip because it makes firmware upgrades easier. Of course, Samsung...