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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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iPhone 4S emits more radiation than the Galaxy S3 says Tawkon

07/20/2012, Remember Tawkon? The folks behind the radiation emission detection app that was released on Android earlier this year? Well, they’ve recently pushed out an interesting infographic showing the SAR exposure levels of various phones available on the...

The Dark Knight Rises now on iOS and Android

07/20/2012, If you’ve just come back from the cinema after watching The Dark Knight Rises and you’re still amped about the movie, you can quench your thirst thanks to Gameloft. The previously announced The Dark Knight Rises game that was promised this...

Clueful removed from the App Store

07/20/2012, If you’ve downloaded an app called Clueful from the Apple App Store, it looks like you won’t be receiving anymore updates. According to reports online, the app has been pulled out from the App Store this week for unmentioned reasons. For those...

Nexus One receives pre-alpha Android 4.1 Jelly Bean ROM

07/20/2012, While it’s not that surprising to learn that Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean has made it onto the Nexus S, we guess we were kind of surprised to learn that the Nexus One has received Android 4.1 Jelly Bean has made it onto the device albeit in an unofficial...

Motorola Droid X survives a drop in a campfire

07/20/2012, We’ve seen phones abused before, used as hammers, dropped from great heights, and we’ve seen ads for cases where phones have been submerged in water and the likes, but being dropped face first into a campfire? That’s definitely something new. Now we...

Fujitsu’s RakuRaku smartphone is catered towards the elderly

07/20/2012, Let’s face it, not all our parents or grandparents or elderly relatives are as tech savvy as we’d like them to be. This usually results in them having to squint while peering at touchscreen phones and end up pressing wrong buttons simply because...

Verizon’s CFO might have hinted at a Q4 iPhone 5 launch

07/20/2012, Assuming Apple keeps to the same schedule as they did back in 2011 when they launched the iPhone 4S, it is safe to assume that the next-gen iPhone will be launched around the same time this year. As usual Apple has kept mum on these sorts of things but...

Carriers rumored to be testing nano-SIMs for the next-gen iPhone

07/20/2012, A couple of days ago we reported on a rumor that European carriers were stockpiling nano-SIMs in anticipation of the iPhone 5. Now it seems that the rumors have been taken up one level as there are now reports (via BGR) that Apple is supplying various...

Galaxy S3 to get Jelly Bean soon, Galaxy S2 in testing?

07/20/2012, Good news for Samsung Galaxy S3 owners – despite the phone being released not too long ago, it looks like you could be in for a major update if rumors are to be believed. The folks over at SamMobile reported that according to their trusted sources,...

Android 4.1.1 reportedly rolling out for the Nexus S (i9023/i9020T)

07/20/2012, If you’re an owner of a Nexus S device, it looks like Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean is reportedly available for an OTA update and one user from Pakistan has reported to have received it and has updated already. The update itself is 114MB in size and should...

Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean ported onto a Nokia N9

07/20/2012, While the Nokia N9 might be Nokia’s first and last efforts at a MeeGo device, it certainly does not meant that developers for the handset have given up entirely as well. As you can see in the photo above, one particular developer has uploaded the...

RIM files for emotion-detecting patent, sounds intriguing

07/20/2012, Due to text messages merely being text, sometimes our emotions are not conveyed or are misread. Some might take typing all in caps to be shouting and angry, while the person who sent it might have simply been too lazy to disable the caps lock. That being...