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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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Samsung SGH-F500 Stylish Movie Phone

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – The Samsung SGH-F500 is a super-thin video capable phone equipped with a 2.3”, (240×320) display. Samsung claims that it is the first cellphone to support DivX, but I’m pretty sure that I’ve seen smartphones running...

Samsung SGH-F300

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – The Samsung SGH-F300 is a very classy music phone that supports most music formats, but also some video formats like MPEG4. It has only a 176×220 pixels display, so videos look like animated stamps, but it looks like a great audio...

LG VX9400 TV Phone

01/09/2007, CES 2007 – The VX9400 is a TV phone which a rotating screen that allows users to watch TV in classic portrait mode, or in a slightly more comfortable landscape mode. It receives over-the-air TV broadcast via its retractable antenna. The user does...

Motorola RAZR Z6

01/09/2007, Motorola continues its RAZR tsunami with the RAZR Z6. The phone keeps the line that has brought Motorola on the frontlines, although the Z6 is a slider and not a flip phone. The Z6 is designed to be a music phone that syncs with Windows Media Player. It...

Samsung SCH i760 svelte and sexy

01/07/2007, CES Unveiled – Samsung’s SCH i760 is guaranteed to thrill those who are looking for a compact cellphone that offers 3G functionality along with a host of other multimedia features. This new handset comes with a QWERTY keyboard when you slide...

Pharos Launches the GPS 600 Phone

01/03/2007, Pharos has been known for their windows-based GPS devices for some time. I always believed that in the not so distant future, all phones would have an integrated GPS. Is this another sign of that convergence? This GPS phone is a GSM world-phone (based on...

Nokia 770 Review

12/18/2006, By guest editor Steven Nersesian The much maligned Nokia 770 is the subject of our next adventure in reviews. In my years of dealing with technology there is one major truism: no electronic product exists (and probably never will) that meets...

Nokia, Lamborghini team up

11/27/2006, Nokia and Lamborghini have teamed up to create the limited edition Lamborghini Nokia 8800 Sirocco cellphone. Expect features like the 262k color TFT scratch-resistant display, a 2 megapixel camera, 128MB of internal memory, and Bluetooth connectivity to...

T-Mobile Dash Review

11/22/2006, I had the opportunity to use the T-mobile Dash –also known as HTC S620- for half a day and I have to say that I liked what I saw. First, the device is cute and feels great in my hand. It is half the thickness of my gigantic Treo 700w and weighs...

Invasion of the Hello Kitty cellphones

11/20/2006, There are some irrefutable facts of life, and the never-ending madness that surrounds Hello Kitty products is one of them. OKWAP of Taiwan is currently offering four Hello Kitty cellphones that might have been around for quite some time now, but they are...

Sprint Sanyo Katana Review

10/27/2006, With ultra-thin phones, wireless carriers have learned that good design sells. Virtually every manufacturer produce thin models and carriers want more because they sell. The Sprint Sanyo Katana is a potentially popular phone: it’s simple, elegant and...

MoPod cellphone charm

09/12/2006, You know how fat and chunky CRT monitors start to go wonky when your cellphone is about to receive an incoming call or text message? Purchasing a MoPod (no relation whatsoever to the iPod family) is a much better way of detecting incoming calls, and it...

Jitterbug cellphone has just 3 buttons

09/10/2006, Cellphones have gotten so complex these days that new releases often marginalize a large segment of the population who want something basic and easy to use. Jitterbug is one such handset for adults who want the most basic cellphone without having to...

We’re getting the (text) message, we just don’t care

09/06/2006, While browsing the web at home, I saw the “Why we don’t get the (text) message” article from Paul Kedrosky in Business 2.0. It begins with “Texting is insanely popular overseas, but practically nonexistent in the United States...