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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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Asus P526 reviewed

09/16/2007, Our friends at Trusted Reviews have spent some quality time with the Asus P526, but the results weren’t really all that impressive. Operating on the Windows Mobile 6 Professional platform, this smartphone might look dashing but it doesn’t...

Order a Big Mac via cellphone

09/16/2007, Looks like Koreans will now be able to place orders for their favorite meals from McDonald’s using nothing but the humble cellphone. Employing the “Touch Order” menu (and being the first in the world to do so) and RFID technology, users...

Bang & Olufsen Serenata cellphone

09/14/2007, Bang & Olufsen have teamed up with Samsung in the past to bring the Serene cellphone to the masses, and this time their collaboration has resulted in the Serenata handset. Just in case it looks vaguely familiar to something you’ve heard of...

Ultra-low power display technology

09/13/2007, It’s been known for a long-time that displays are energy hogs and given that battery life is the most problematic issue for mobile computing, someone needs to find a way to improve it. Unipixel is a company who claims to have nailed it down. A...

TicTalk cellphone for kids

09/12/2007, Kids these days are a privileged lot – I remember when I was much younger (and cellphones weren’t so popular back then), I had to rely on the public phone booth to make a call. These days, tiny terrors tote around handsets worth more than a...

Treo 500v introduced officially

09/12/2007, It’s official, Palm has just introduced the Treo 500v in Europe. It’s 3G phone that’s unfortunately a little larger and heavier than the Samsung Blackjack (review). The Treo 500v offers a cute design (I really like it) and...

Nokia revamps navigation plans

09/11/2007, While the Nokia Maps mobile application was launched in February this year, the Finnish cellphone company has taken feedback from consumers into consideration in order to introduce a revision in the next iteration of Nokia Maps. Some of the changes...

Verizon to bring in Samsung SGH-X830

09/11/2007, Looks like the impossible will happen sometime next year, with word on the street having Verizon bring in the Samsung SGH-X830 and SCH-U470 handsets. No idea on what the handset will be called though, but a specific name would be very much less confusing...

iPort media streamer

09/10/2007, Is your iPhone or iPod the main media player out of your home and in your home? If the answer is affirmative, then the iPort media streamer ought to be a serious consideration when you think about purchasing a new piece of home electronics. This device is...

More iPhone rumors coming your way

09/07/2007, Now that the dust has settled with the launch of new iPods and a price cut in the iPhone, word on the street has it that the European iPhone would come with 3G connectivity. This source also claims that memory has been bumped to 16GB (why not, considering...

Nokia 7900 Prism review

09/06/2007, Pocket Lint has reviewed the recently released Nokia 7900 Prism (in China and other Asian countries at least), and all in all it is but a basic cellphone that looks pretty unique, guaranteeing stares your way whenever you pull it out from your pocket....

Motorola Transformer handset

09/06/2007, Check out this cellphone from Motorola that is actually capable of transforming into a full-fledged robot just like in the movie – except that the Michael Bay effort relied on Nokia handsets, Xbox 360s, and a vending machine for smaller-sized...

iPaq 900 Business Messenger

09/06/2007, Unlike its little brother, this iPaq 900 is a potent data-entry smartphone. It has the bext connectivity that one can get today with 3G, Wi-Fi b/g and Bluetooth 2.0. Just like its sibling, it can locate where the user is using A-GPS. It too has a...

Palm kills the Foleo – official

09/04/2007, After many recent rumors saying that the Foleo will ship “on time”, Palm has decided to kill the Foleo, its “mobile companion” project that we presented here in late May. Back then, I pointed out that there was no market for such a...