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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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Panasonic Lumix Phone — Meh

10/04/2010, [CEATEC 2010] Panasonic got a lot of press when they announced that they were launching a Lumix-branded phone. If you’re not familiar with the term Panasonic Lumix digital is usually synonymous of great cameras. We were expecting a smartphone with...

Costco sells T-Mobile G2 with caveat

10/04/2010, Costco has started to sell the T-Mobile G2, which is another channel for those who want to pick up the latest Android-powered handset. Well, this sounds fine and dandy, but there is a catch where only customers who qualify for an upgrade are eligible, so...

Samsung Galaxy Tab Gets Priced; More Expensive Than iPad

10/04/2010, According to DSG Group, the folks behind PC World, the suggested retail price for the Samsung Galaxy Tab Android tablet, slated to launch on November 1st, will be £599.99 for a contract-free option in the UK. That price is a bit more than what Apple...

Vodafone to empower Vodafone 360 Android Shop with games

10/04/2010, It is said that Vodafone will be rolling out a new method to download as well as purchase Android games via its Vodafone 360 Android Shop, all for €5 monthly. This would open up the floodgames to select games from various mobile publishers including...

Samsung Wave II S8530 announced

10/04/2010, Samsung intends for its Bada OS to gain more momentum perhaps by announcing yet another Bada OS-powered smartphone, the Wave II S8530. Beware of its naming convention though, since some people might mistake it to be the Wave 2 S5250 by accident. Meant to...

BlackBerry Internet Service 3.2 starts to roll out

10/04/2010, The BlackBerry Internet Service 3.2 has started to flood the market, which would mean its customers will be able to synchronize to Google Calendar items with their BlackBerry native calendars. One word of caution though – the rollout started in the...

Verizon Wireless announces ZTE Fivespot global hotspot availability

10/04/2010, The good people over at Verizon Wireless have announced the availability of the ZTE Fivespot global hotspot which will be internationally compliant, as it plays nice with the CDMA 1xEV-DO Rev. A/Rev. 0: 800/1900 MHz, WCDMA/HSDPA/HSUPA: 850/1900/2100 MHz,...

Spotify unveils mobile music app for Windows Mobile 6

10/04/2010, Hmmm, while the whole world (more or less so it seems) is looking forward to Windows Phone 7, it isn’t exactly the end of the road for Windows Mobile 6 just yet, at least according to Spotify. The company has rolled out their mobile music app for...

Modular Android-powered Modu T-Phone To Be Announced On Oct 10

10/04/2010, We previously caught wind of the modular Modu T-Phone and now word is out that Modu has scheduled a press conference on October 10th 2010 to announce its new Android-powered phone. Specific details on the phone weren’t mentioned, but it’s...

Ubuntu One Music App Streams Your Music To Android Devices

10/04/2010, Seems like even Ubuntu wants to get in on the Android fun as Canonical (the company behind Ubuntu) has launched Ubuntu One Music for Android, an app that allows the streaming and playback of any MP3 stored in your Ubuntu One account, not just the ones...

Verizon’s Droid Incredible Was Originally Planned For Sprint?

10/04/2010, You might have previously read that there were some hidden 4G-related screens found on that Droid Incredible, and now evidence that the Droid Incredible might have initially been planned for Sprint’s network has surfaced in the form of a legal...

T-Mobile myTouch HD Spotted On Carrier’s Site?

10/03/2010, Some pictures and details of the upcoming T-Mobile myTouch (or myTouch HD as it may be called) have surfaced. Seems that if you search of “HSPA” on T-Mobile’s online store, you’ll be presented with the device, and from what we can...

Verizon Refunding $90M In Data Charges To Customers

10/03/2010, Verizon has released a statement confirming that it will be refunding a juicy $90 million to customers who were erroneously billed over the last few years. Apparently a good 15 million users were wrongly charged for Internet usage and the carrier will be...