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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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Nokia N810 Hands-On

10/17/2007, In its Web 2.0 Summit event, Nokia said: “We are competing w/ Apple on all fronts and firing on all cylinders” and “We have very deep philosophical differences with Apple… we’re open” ( Anssi Vanjoki, Executive...

Phone uses bone conduction

10/16/2007, It is well known that bone conduction technology allows you to carry out decent conversations over the cellphone even in the noisiest of environments, and the Pantech-manufactured A1407PT cellphone from KDDI will feature a bone conduction loudspeaker to...

16GB iPhone in the works – hoax

10/15/2007, There’s a leaked photo from someone who claims to be an AppleStore employee, and he/she has duly supplied the customary grainy leaked photo of a 16GB iPhone. Currently, there is no way to verify the authenticity of this photo, so this rumor will...

Nokia ships N95 8GB with Spiderman 3

10/15/2007, The long awaited Nokia N95 8GB smartphone has finally started to ship, and Nokia decided to celebrate this momentous event by hooking up with Sony Pictures Entertainment to release each handset with a pre-loaded copy of Spiderman 3. Only those who stay in...

Samsung E848 goes gold

10/14/2007, The Beijing Olympic Games 2008 is less than a year away, and Samsung has not only commemorated the event with a Samsung AnyCall E848 cellphone but will also release a special edition that boasts the Midas touch, being dubbed the AnyCall E848 18k Gold...

Sony Ericsson HCB-105 Bluetooth Car Hands-Free

10/12/2007, If you live in California, you should start looking for a hands-free solution (because soon, it will the only legal way to be on a phone the the car) and the Sony Ericsson HCB-105 looks like a hassle-free one. Thanks to its clip, there’s no...

Sprint Rumor Phone Details

10/11/2007, After a short teaser, Sprint has released the details of the Sprint Rumor messaging phone. Designed by LG, this phone aims to be an affordable texting phone. It will be available for $80 (with a 2yr service contract and after rebate) and unlimited SMS...

Sony Ericsson W910i

10/11/2007, We posted about the Sony Ericsson W910 before, but Sony Ericsson just sent the official PR to announce that The W910i will be in stores this month. The Sony Ericsson W910i lets you control your music stored in the 1GB Memory Stick Micro by using motion...

Win a Motorola RAZR2

10/10/2007, The contest is closed, thanks to everyone who participated! Motorola wants to make sure that you know what’s new in the Motorola RAZR2 and they are ready to give away five RAZR2 phones to promote it so here’s your chance. The rules: from all...

Palm Centro for AT&T

10/04/2007, The Sprint Palm Centro is not on the shelves yet, but the interest is switching to the Centro for AT&T that will work on GSM networks. If the photo is legitimate, this would suggest that the AT&T Centro will have Push-to-talk. There is not direct...

Phone with e-ink based keys

10/02/2007, CEATEC Japan 2007 uncovered this really neat phone prototype that featured an electronic-ink based alphanumeric keys which is capable of changing the display on the key when appropriate. Sounds like the standard keypad will evolve into this sometime down...

Nokia N95 & diamonds make a merry pair

10/02/2007, The Nokia N95 is already a multi-functional smartphone by itself, and what better way to increase its desirability than to throw a whole bunch of diamonds on it? What you see above is the result of such an extravagant imagination, done up by Alexander...

Post A Phone: For When Cellular Technology Fails

10/02/2007, Many Americans are surprised when they hear that landline phones are somewhat of a rarity in Europe since cell phones are so often used as the main telephone source. But what are supposed to do if their cellphones were to die (and when did that happen for...

Synaptics announces ChiralMotion tech

10/02/2007, Synaptics’ new ChiralMotion technology provides the option for an advanced gesture that would be an innovative alternative compared to conventional scrolling that we now employ in cellphones and other portable devices. Users will be able to apply...