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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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LG Admits Lying For a Year about Optimus 2X

04/05/2012, Since the LG Optimus 2X was launched about a year back right up until yesterday, LG has been lying about one specification on the device. The purported lie took place in LG’s homeland, South Korea where the official specifications were jotted down and...

Unnamed Sony Xperia with 4.3-inch AMOLED Display from AU Optronics

04/05/2012, Sony, the electronics giant from Japan has made some pretty decent handsets since its split from former partner Ericsson. While Sony has been offering very good ‘Reality’ displays online reports state that the company still wants to improve things in...

Instagram for Android Updated Again

04/05/2012, After the famous iOS photography app was released for Android it hit 1 million downloads within the first day of its launch. On the first day, it also got its first update but it seems like users have been having a few complaints about it which has...

WP7 ROM brings Metro UI onto Android devices

04/05/2012, Android users, if you love the Windows Phone Metro UI but just not its hardware, the good news is that thanks to the WP7 ROM, you can now get the Metro UI look on your Android devices. Granted it doesn’t exactly resemble Metro 100%, but it’s certainly...

Sony Xperia P stops by the FCC

04/05/2012, Sony fans, if you were excited about the prospect of the Xperia P arriving stateside, you could be in luck. The device was recently spotted at the FCC sporting quadband GSM radios (850/900/1800/1900), HSPA capabilities, WiFi, GPS, and RFID. Unfortunately...

Nokia’s company history makes its way onto Facebook’s Timeline

04/05/2012, Most of us probably know Nokia as a manufacturer of mobile phones. Some of us might have fond memories of the company’s 3310 handset, but for those unfamiliar with the company, Nokia did not start of making mobile phones, but rather as a wood pulp mill...

PhoneSoap sanitizes your phone while charging it

04/05/2012, We use our smartphones everywhere we go. At work, on the way home, in class, while driving (which is a big no-no by the way), while eating, and even while on the toilet. Safe to assume our phones have been to pretty much all the places our hands have...

HTC One S knock-off in China to be priced below $200

04/05/2012, The HTC One S was announced at MWC with some pretty decent specs, but unfortunately for those who are living in countries whose carriers do not provide heavy subsidies, expect to fork out a fair sum of money for the handset. Well the good news is that...

Android 4.0 update for Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX is a no-show

04/05/2012, Just last week we reported that according to a leaked screenshot, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich was headed for the Droid RAZR and RAZR MAXX come 4th April as a highly-anticipated update. Given that it’s already the 5th of April and still no update,...

Nokia’s Windows Phone 8 marketing rumored to be in the works

04/05/2012, The Nokia Lumia 900 has barely been launched, and it seems that thanks to a leaked poster sent in by a tipster to the good folks at PhoneArena it would appear as though Nokia could be working on their marketing strategy for the upcoming Windows Phone 8...

Whatsapp co-founder claims no threat to carriers

04/05/2012, We’re sure that many smartphone users have turned to messaging apps like Whatsapp to send free messages to their friends on Android, iOS, Blackberry and Windows Phone, but how do carriers feel about that? From a logical standpoint it might appear that...

iPhone app tells if building is safe as a tsunami shelter

04/04/2012, Is your building tall enough to offer adequate shelter in a tsunami? That is a question that is worth asking, especially when you live in a country like Japan, where earthquakes are normal occurrences, and there is always a danger of a tsunami should the...