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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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Nokia offers NFC on all smartphones from next year onwards

06/17/2010, Nokia has announced that they will be offering the Near Field Communication (NFC) feature in all of their smartphones from next year onwards, where it will likely support SWP (Single Wire Protocol) that enables NFC capabilities to be used via SIM cards....

Lynx SH-10B from NTT DoCoMo looks interesting

06/17/2010, The Lynx SH-10B from Sharp was recently paraded by NTT DoCoMo at Communicasia 2010, where its small size conceals a slew of high end specifications, chief among them a 5″ high resolution touchscreen display. Too bad it runs on Android 1.6 only, as...

ultrasn0w for iOS 4 unveiled

06/17/2010, The iPhone Dev Team has just introduced the fruits of their latest effort, the ultrasn0w for iOS 4. Don’t break open that bottle of bubbly just yet – this latest release will work only with the iPhone 3GS and baseband 04.26.08, dampening the...

AT&T Announces The Android-powered Samsung Captivate

06/17/2010, AT&T seems to be warming up to Android-powered devices lately, and now the carrier has announced that its latest Android-powered device, the Samsung Captivate. With its 4-inch Super AMOLED touchscreen display and 5-megapixel camera, it’ll...

Windows Phone 7 Won’t Offer Gyroscope Support At Launch

06/17/2010, The issue of a gyroscope wouldn’t have been a big deal a month ago, but now with Apple’s iPhone 4 officially sporting a gyroscope in addition to an accelerometer, you can bet that many folks would expect that to become a common feature in the...

T-Mobile Launches Nokia E73 Mode

06/17/2010, Nokia might be facing plenty of competition from HTC, Apple, and RIM, but the company is fighting back with the launch of its E73 Mode on T-Mobile. With a full QWERTY keyboard and HSDPA support, it should be a device that’s capable of satisfying...

RadioShack To Offer Free T-Mobile Phones This Saturday

06/17/2010, We already knew that T-Mobile would be offering free phones this Saturday, in time for Father’s Day, and now RadioShack has announced that it will be participating in the program too, offering free T-Mobile phones with qualifying two-year agreements...

Altek Leo smartphone resembles a digital camera

06/16/2010, The Altek Leo smartphone is no ordinary smartphone, as it offers a 14-megapixel shooter that far outshines whatever is offered on the market at the moment. Running on Android 2.1, there is word of a FroYo update coming soon, so you will just have to wait...

Orange UK unveils 28 iPhone 4 plans

06/16/2010, Orange UK must have employed a whole lot of mathematically inclined staff – after all, they have not 3 or 4 different plans for the upcoming iPhone 4. No sir, Orange UK decided to settle for 28 different iPhone 4 plans to confuse and dazzle...

Even more Samsung Galaxy S Pro images leak

06/16/2010, With more than enough leaks to confirm that the Samsung Galaxy S Pro is all but headed for Sprint, why not crash the party with even more images of the smartphone? It is now confirmed to come with a 5 row keyboard, where the handset itself will ship with...

Alcatel One Touch Net integrates Yahoo mobile services

06/16/2010, Yahoo might be testing new ground with the Alcatel One Touch Net, where it will be the first handset in the world that fully integrates Yahoo mobile services. It comes in a no-frills candybar form factor (you won’t go wrong with such a design, since...

San Francisco passes cellphone radiation law

06/16/2010, The people of San Francisco will soon fall under a new cellphone radiation law that requires retailers to post notices on how much radiation is emitted by cellphones they sell. This is touted to be the first kind in the United States, although those in...

Lapara Mini Bluetooth keyboard for Apple devices

06/16/2010, With both the iPhone and iPad from Apple featuring virtual keyboards, there might be just a group of people out there who would love to use a regular keyboard with either device in order to type out their thoughts in a much faster method, or at least...