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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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Foursquare v2.3 app arrives on Marketplace

07/22/2011, Love being mayor without having to run for office and hold expensive campaigns when election time comes around? There’s an easier to achieve that goal – through the use of Foursquare, where checking in enough times over the course of time will...

Nokia N9 gets naked in front of the FCC

07/22/2011, The Nokia N9, said to be the last MeeGo device that will ever ship out from Noka’s doors, has been stripped apart by the FCC, as the body puts up for parade its drawn and quartered chassis in a bunch of photos for the curious. Tests done on it have...

Tattoo tracks sodium and glucose using iPhone

07/22/2011, “There’s an app for that” has been a rallying cry for iPhone users for quite some time now, and today, the very same cry is louder than ever. Just what makes this particular app so special? For starters, it will rely on a nanosensor...

Google+ for Windows Phone might arrive this week

07/21/2011, The Google+ phenomenon of a social network experiment does not seem to be stopping anytime soon, having already surpassed the 18,000,000 figure in less than a month – leading some people to wonder whether Google+ is the new Facebook. Well, Windows...

Motorola Droid Bionic viral campaign underway?

07/21/2011, Viral campaigns aren’t new, if anything they’ve been quite popular of recent, but like most advertising campaigns, it’s hard to pull of perfectly. There needs to be the right element of mystery and tinge of annoyance when it comes to...

Skype now supports video calling on the Xperia Pro and Xperia Neo

07/21/2011, Skype for Android brought video calling to the platform not very long ago, and like a number of apps that have launched on Android – it wasn’t fully compatible with all Android devices (Netflix comes to mind). If you’re an owner of a phone...

HTC Wildfire S officially on T-Mobile

07/21/2011, The HTC Wildfire S was introduced at the Mobile World Congress 2011 in Barcelona earlier this year, and now it looks like the phone is ready to hit retail outlets of a certain carrier very soon. T-Mobile has officially announced that it will be selling...

Fruit Ninja Free for Android now available

07/21/2011, Fans of the super-addictive fruit slicing game, Fruit Ninja, will be glad to know that they won’t have to fork out a dime to play the game on their Android phones. Halfbrick studios has just announced the launch of Fruit Ninja Free for Android....

Nokia N5 makes it past the FCC

07/21/2011, Is Symbian as an operating system dead? While its popularity has definitely waned over the years, that does not mean phones shun Symbian entirely as Nokia shows with their N5 that has just gone through the rigors of the FCC to gain an approval. Known by...

Samsung Nexus S arrives at Best Buy

07/21/2011, While the Samsung Nexus S isn’t the newest phone on the block, that doesn’t mean it is a slouch. No sir, it is still very capable, and if Google were to release a new operating system update, you can bet your bottom dollar that the Nexus S...

Battle Realms game coming to iOS and Android in 2012

07/21/2011, Does anyone remember playing the RTS game Battle Realms, created by Liquid Entertainment some ten years ago? If you do, it seems that the company will be taking the Battle Realms game and bringing it to iOS and Android devices sometime in 2012. The bad...

Pantech announces the new MIRACH IS11PT smartphone

07/21/2011, Usually when it comes to handsets that have been created specifically to withstand varying levels of abuse, they generally do not look very pleasing to the eye. Then again we’re guessing users who buy them for its protective features probably don’t...