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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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BlackBerry Curve “Apollo” shown off in video clips

05/26/2011, Leaked earlier this year, the BlackBerry Curve “Apollo” has surfaced again, this time showing up in training videos for BlackBerry 7 OS and videos showing off its hardware. When its specs were first revealed we weren’t too impressed and...

Giant Vodafone trucks to keep phones juiced at large events

05/26/2011, It looks like Vodafone really is working hard to get its brand out there. Earlier this month, we reported that they would be equipping over 500 taxis with mobile phone chargers for people always on the go and need their devices to stay juiced. Now...

Nokia to support Symbian devices until 2016

05/26/2011, Even though we know that Nokia has abandoned Symbian in favor of Windows Phone 7, it looks like it’s going to take them a long time to let go. According to the latest interview Nokia’s CEO, Stephen Elop had with Nokia Conversations he plans to...

Netflix for Android updated to support more devices

05/26/2011, While Netflix for Android was launched with only five devices supported, it looks like the company is working hard to get it on as many Android phones as possible. A new update for the Android app was released today, bringing the total number of supported...

Find my iPhone causes iPhone owner to get arrested

05/26/2011, In one of the most interesting “Find My iPhone” cases reported recently, a man was sent to jail for trying to be a vigilante. Just in case you didn’t know, Find My iPhone is an iPhone tracking service that Apple introduced not too long...

Google Wallet officially announced

05/26/2011, After being talked about for the past week, Google’s mobile payment system has been officially announced to the world. Called Google Wallet, this free Android app will allow users to make payments for products or services (at outlets that support...

New haptic smartphone from KDDI

05/26/2011, KDDI has just introduced something new in Japan – the haptic smartphone which is still in its prototype phase, relying on Kyocera technology and display. What makes this smartphone different from the rest of the haptic devices out there would be...

Android 2.3.4 update coming to Xperia line this October

05/26/2011, We all know that Sony Ericsson’s range of Android-powered Xperia smartphones have fallen behind the rest of the Android legion when it comes to having their operating system versions updated, and it does seem to be a malaise that Sony Ericsson...

T-Mobile After Hours Sale

05/25/2011, Are you currently finding it difficult to balance your checkbook at the end of the month because of ever rising costs of living, in addition to a pay cut and the depreciating dollar? Not all is doom and gloom, and T-Mobile certainly knows how to make sure...

SHADOWGUN takes mobile gaming to the next level

05/25/2011, If there ever was a reason to own an NVIDIA Tegra 3 device, this game would probably be it. Madfinger Games, the creators of Samurai II: Vengeance (a Tegra 2-only game for Android), announced the beginning of a new game called SHADOWGUN. Designed to run...

BlockBuster app shows no love for rooted Android phones

05/25/2011, Rooted Android users seem to be receiving the short end of the stick a lot recently. On Sunday we reported that users with rooted Android phones won’t be able to rent movies from the Android Market. Now it looks like another app has decided to...