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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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SW-Box kiBoard gives your iPhone a QWERTY keyboard

06/23/2011, If you’re a fan of physical keyboards, no touchscreen keyboard is ever going to replace or even come close to giving you the same experience. Fortunately there are a plethora of keyboards available for the iPhone to turn it into a QWERTY-keyboard...

ThinkGeek’s U-Socket USB Wallplug

06/23/2011, A lot of our smartphones and tablets and other electronic devices are starting to feature USB charging options, which means we won’t have to lug around an extra charger when we pack to go overseas but sometimes our USB ports are full, and so are our...

Bluetooth Headset Looks Like a Mini Phone

06/23/2011, If you feel really self conscious about using a Bluetooth headset because you’re worried people might think you’re strange or crazy because it looks like you’re talking to yourself, or if you generally dislike the look and image that...

Fruity Loops Hit The iPhone And iPad

06/23/2011, Budding producers and composer wannabes should be familiar with Fruity Loops which is a popular Windows based music creation software and for composers on the go, great news because it looks like the iOS version of Fruity Loops is now available for...

Motorola Droid Bionic arriving this summer

06/23/2011, Ever since the Motorola Droid Bionic was introduced at CES 2011 the phone was nowhere to be seen. It missed its speculated release dates, and there were rumors flying around talking about the phone’s demise. It turns out that Motorola had decided to...

How Far Can You Leverage a Brand?

06/23/2011, With the launch of an Android-based Sidekick and the close of the Danger service, can the brand recover its status as a cultural icon? The inevitable shuttering of the Danger service earlier this month came and went without a lot of hoopla, providing an...

Is This Nokia’s First Windows Phone 7 Device?

06/23/2011, The image above is actually a screen capture of a video during a presentation by Nokia’s CEO Stephen Elop and it appears to be running Windows Phone 7’s Mango update. In his presentation Stephen Elop had requested audience members to turn off...

Nokia N9 confirmed to be the last MeeGo phone from Nokia

06/23/2011, While it’s been speculated for quite some time that the N9 would be the last MeeGo device from Nokia, especially since Nokia will be onboard with Windows Phone 7 starting this year, people were still hopeful about the future of MeeGo and Nokia. Well...

Donya’s New Video And Audio Out Dongle For Your iOS Devices

06/23/2011, If you’re looking to hook your iOS device up to a television or monitor or even a set of speakers and you don’t have Apple’s Airplay, then perhaps Donya’s new video and audio out dongle will now provide you with an alternative...

Elpida Develops Thinner Memory For Smartphones And Tablets

06/23/2011, Elpida Memory and their subsidiary Akita Elpida Memory recently announced that they have managed to develop a technology that would allow them to mass-produce a four layer DRAM package that will only be 0.8 millimeters thick, a 20% reduction from the...

Viewdle Third Eye brings AR gaming to Android devices

06/23/2011, Viewdle, a mobile-focused visual analysis company, has launched its first game based on its face recognition technology and augmented reality, called Third Eye. The game allows real-people to become part of a steampunk-style MMORPG about vampires and...

Mobile Devices Surpass PCs In WiFi Usage

06/23/2011, Would you be surprised if you found out that more people use their phones for WiFi access rather than their PCs? If you’re not I can’t blame you because frankly speaking, nowadays everyone’s smartphone can do most of the basic functions...