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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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Haier launches HG-N96 phone in China

07/10/2007, Haier has taken the opportunity to launch its HG-N96 cellphone at the SINOCES(China International Consumer Electronics Show) 2007 event. This is a dual GSM/GPRS handset and it looks as though it comes with touchscreen function due to the icons located at...

Cellphone Signal Extender

07/10/2007, The Cellphone Signal Extender is definitely your friend if you’re living in an area where dropped calls and garbled conversations are the norm. This device when mounted near a window will give you up to 1,500 square feet of prime signal area, which...

Motorola SLVR with NES case

07/10/2007, Looks like those with way too much time on their hands and a little D.I.Y. knowledge produce some pretty interesting artifacts, and in this case, we have the Motorola SLVR that has been encased in an old NES controller. It surely takes away whatever...

QKphone 911 splits eardrums

07/09/2007, I think I have a very good idea why the QKphone 911 was named with that numerical number in tow – its meant to remind you to call an ambulance in case you scare an old person around you to death with the sudden blaring of your cellphone ringtone....

iSee a case for iPhones

07/04/2007, Contour Design has jumped onto the iPhone bandwagon by unveiling the iSee case for iPhones, making it the latest addition in its line of protective iPod cases and accessories. This contoured transparent case is available at all Apple Stores, specially...

HTC to bring UMPC Shangri-La

07/04/2007, HTC is currently working on an UMPC that blurs the line between notebooks and cellphones. Dubbed the X9500 and going by the dreamy nickname of “Shangri-La”, this utopian effort more or less resembles the Shift notebook and phone hybrid,...

Danger Zante message phone leak

07/04/2007, We have information on the Motorola-made Zante phone for Danger, featuring a slide-out display that reveals a keyboard for a sleek messaging device. Features lean more toward the mid-range side, with a 1.3 megapixel camera, Bluetooth connectivity, support...

Nano Projector now in cellphones

07/02/2007, Everyone knows that cellphones from Japan and Korea are truly cutting edge, and that statement is further strengthened by the addition of a Nano Projector to a cellphone from SK Telecom of Korea. This new handset will be available to consumers later this...

Motorola launches MOTORAZR V9 in Korea

07/01/2007, Koreans are the beneficiaries of Motorola’s MOTORAZR2 launch, making it the first market in the world to receive it. This could potentially be Motorola’s make-or-break model for this year since it is the company’s flagship cellphone....

iPhone: real user feedback

06/30/2007, We bumped into an iPhone early adopter named Ron at University Coffee (Palo Alto) and discussed about his experience. Unsurprisingly, he thought that the display was just beautiful. He was watching a video in landscape mode, and we could witness how...

Zacod keypad to improve on QWERTY

06/27/2007, It is safe to say that hardcore typists swear by the QWERTY keyboard on a cellphone, but the Zacod variation throws a spanner into the works by claiming that it is much better. Zacod’s ZK-M100 concept keyboard consists of a keypad based on a 3-axis...

Scroll cellphone goes back in time

06/26/2007, The Scroll cellphone concept from Yun Liang is pretty interesting, taking inspiration from traditional Chinese paintings that must be unfurled before viewing. Whenever you need to access data within the phone, you will need to roll out the scroll, but...

Sprint rolls out LG MUZIQ

06/26/2007, LG and Sprint have joined forces to unleash the MUZIQ handset that comes with enough built-in memory to store up to 4,000 songs, and an FM transmitter that lets you listen to your favorite tunes on a far superior audio system within a 10 foot radius. The...

Seesaw cellphone concept

06/24/2007, Karsten Willmann looks to have covered all bases with this concept design of a cellphone, from the high contrast OLED display to the unbelievably thin form factor. In addition, you get a simple numeric keypad that seems pretty functional to boot. One...