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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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Meizu MX 4-Core now available in the US

07/17/2012, If you’ve been waiting to get your hands on Meizu’s latest Android smartphone, the MX 4-Core, it can be yours today. According to reports online, the MX 4-Core is now available globally. While it may feature a sweet design and pack some...

Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light now on more Xperia devices

07/17/2012, After arriving on Android as an Xperia PLAY exclusive game, it looks like Sony still has control over who gets to play Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light. According to a blog post on the Sony Mobile blog, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light is now...

Android 4.1 Jelly Bean is more secure, according to security expert

07/17/2012, While new features and a new UI are always a welcome change with major OS revisions, security is probably one of the more important features. After all, there’s really no point in having a fancy looking OS with the security flaws and holes that any...

Qantas swaps out Blackberry devices in favor of iPhones

07/17/2012, While RIM’s Blackberry smartphones might have been the choice for businesses in the past, it seems that more and more companies are starting to turn away from Blackberry phones, instead opting to equip employees with devices running on either Android or...

Windows Phone 8 rumored to receive native screenshot capture ability

07/17/2012, While the ability to take screenshots with your phone might not be an issue for some, it can be incredibly convenient for times when you’re trying to capture an error message, screenshot a funny conversation or a receipt for a purchase you made online....

AT&T looking to charge for FaceTime over cellular calls?

07/17/2012, One of the drawbacks to FaceTime was that unless you had a jailbroken iOS device, making FaceTime calls was only possible over WiFi connections. Well it looks like if you wanted to make FaceTime calls over cellular networks, you might have to start paying...

Free Product API and barcode scanner SDK for Scandit

07/17/2012, They say that there is no free lunch in this world, but I guess that there is such a thing as free product APIs, as in the case of Scandit who is offering a free product API as well as barcode scanner SDK to those who are interested. Basically, this would...

Sony Xperia go manual released

07/16/2012, Sometime at the end of last month, the Sony Xperia go arrived at the FCC which more or less promised an impending release in due time. In fact, it was at the end of May that Sony Mobile announced the rugged Sony Xperia go, and we are pleased to announce...

LG Optimus Vu from Verizon seen running on Ice Cream Sandwich

07/16/2012, The LG Optimus Vu will join the rest of the “phablet” phenomenon, with the most famous device from this range being the Samsung Galaxy Note to date (which was announced by T-Mobile just earlier this morning, although the exact release date has...

HTC Era 42 and BlackBerry Armstrong headed for T-Mobile?

07/16/2012, T-Mobile does seem to be a little bit late to the game where the Galaxy Note is concerned, but they might be first off the blocks where the HTC Era 42 and Blackberry Armstrong are concerned. A spy shot of both devices were sent over to TmoNews, showing...

T-Mobile introduces Samsung Galaxy Note

07/16/2012, Earlier this morning, we talked about how T-Mobile sent a tweet that mentioned the Samsung Galaxy Note was confirmed for a release by the mobile carrier, but since each tweet is limited by 140 characters only, we decided to hunt down the press release...

Samsung Galaxy S3 “Intelligence” commercial goes live

07/16/2012, It’s one thing for Samsung to say that its Samsung Galaxy S3 is designed for humans, and it’s completely another thing to reveal the features of the device itself. If you are still undecided about which phone to choose, perhaps this advert...