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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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Pinterest for Android to launch at Google I/O?

06/24/2012, Will you be making your way to Google I/O this year? If you have answered in the affirmative, then do remember to download your Google I/O Conference Companion App from the Play Store to find your way around, and who knows, we might even have the Android...

Facebook lets you find your friends now

06/24/2012, “I’m sorry, but I’m still at home, and my car’s at the workshop so I will be sitting tonight’s session out with you guys. Perhaps another time?” You might have heard of this excuse before, but there is this niggling...

Sony Xperia ion arrives on AT&T for $99.99

06/24/2012, At expected, the Sony Xperia ion which we talked about more than a week ago has finally arrived on AT&T as an exclusive – meaning, you will not be able to pick it up from other wireless carriers other than Ma Bell, although there is always the...

Samsung Galaxy Beam firmware released online

06/22/2012, The Samsung Galaxy Beam must have taken a few pages from the book of Nikon, who came up with a digital camera that has a built-in projector as well, where this smartphone device will also have an integrated projector. Well, good news for you then, those...

Samsung Galaxy S3 interactive posters spotted in New York

06/22/2012, Given that the Galaxy S3 is Samsung’s most anticipated phone for 2012, we guess we’re not surprised that the company has spared no expense when it comes to advertising it. In fact sometime earlier this week, Samsung announced that they would be...

Fleksy aims to help visually impaired iOS users type better

06/22/2012, When it comes to the visually impaired, phones with physical keyboards provide better access since the keys can be felt, and those with an idea of the layout of the keyboard will roughly know where each letter is. However when it comes to smartphones with...