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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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Google Nexus One has no multitouch

12/18/2009, Gasp! Could this be true? Google’s hyped up Nexus One smartphone might actually lack an ingredient which many of us have come to know and love – multitouch! Apparently, that’s the impression tnkgrl Mobile got after spending some time...

webOS 1.3.5 confirmed

12/18/2009, Owners of the Palm Pre can look forward to news of webOS 1.3.5 being confirmed, where among the massive list of improvements would include the installation of more applications, enhanced Wi-Fi and app performance, better battery life and increased speed...

RIM resolves BlackBerry email issues

12/18/2009, Remember the nationwide BIS outage that we reported on yesterday? RIM has come up to assure BlackBerry users that they managed to resolve email issues having investigated the source of the problem. From yesterday’s release :- “RIM has isolated...

Verizon to offer Motorola Devour

12/18/2009, Verizon Wireless has been touted to bring the Motorola Devour to the masses, and in case the name sounds unfamiliar, perhaps the Motorola Calgary might ring a bell instead? This is touted to be a low-end alternative to the Droid, where it will come with a...

Palm Pre Plus could happen

12/18/2009, CES 2010 is the launchpad for many a new technology, and if rumors are correct, Verizon’s Palm Pre could possibly receive a direct upgrade, as the company’s internal systems have pointed to a “Palm Pre Plus” without divulging any...

HTC Comes Up With Widgets For Its Own Android Phones

12/18/2009, HTC has released 4 Widgets that were developed in-house for its own Android-powered HTC Hero and Eris smartphones. These apps are only compatible with said phones, so it does make you wonder whether the Android software scene might become fragmented,...

Samsung bada OS screenshots

12/17/2009, Check out the screenshot of the upcoming Samsung bada OS that will target cellphones. Basically, it looks more or less like an adaption of the company’s current TouchWiz UI, and will be an open platform similar to Android and LiMo in order to...

Samsung Corby Pop gets even more basic

12/17/2009, The Samsung S3650, also known as the Corby, is already a very basic and affordable handset, but that doesn’t mean things cannot get even more simple. We’re talking about the Samsung Corby Pop here, where it ought to be cheaper than the Corby...

Sharp HYBRID W-ZERO3 to arrive next month

12/17/2009, The Sharp HYBRID W-ZERO3 looks really, er, sharp (pardon the pun), making some purists out there weep knowing that it runs on Windows Mobile 6.5 instead of other more fanciful and accomplished operating systems. Well, the W-ZERO3 will be equipped with a...

Nokia to make dual SIM phones

12/17/2009, Samsung is the only notable big-time cellphone manufacturer to release handsets with dual SIM carriage slots, but Nokia is going to jump into the game as well after checking out considerable demand for such handsets in the Asia and Eastern Europe regions....

BlackBerry Essex to hit Verizon

12/17/2009, We saw a Sprint-badged BlackBerry Essex earlier this morning, and now we have news of the Essex heading for Verizon Wireless as well as seen in this leaked photo. This Tour sequel will come with an optical trackpad alongside Wi-Fi connectivity to improve...

Nationwide BIS outage

12/17/2009, Hmmm, it seems as though BIS email is down and out for majority of carriers across the US and in selected parts of Canada. While nobody is able to receive email, one can still make use of browser, BlackBerry Messenger, voice and SMS services. No exact...

FlightView for BlackBerry

12/17/2009, FlightView recently announced that its has rolled out its initial mobile application for BlackBerry, where folks living in North America will be able to check out real-time flight information right on their BlackBerrys, alongside additional information...

AT&T makes available LG eXpo

12/17/2009, AT&T has started to sell its first Snapdragon-powered handset, the LG eXpo which runs on Windows Mobile. Just to recap, you get a 1GHz processor to go along with a 3.2″ touchscreen display at 800 × 480 resolution, quad-band GSM, tri-Band...