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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 10 Cinnamon Toast and French Toast UI slides leaked

10/24/2012, Notifications on smartphones are an important feature as they keep us informed of new messages, emails and etc. However depending on how the notification was designed, it can either be informative or just downright annoying (think the popup alerts prior...

Huawei offers unrestricted access to software code

10/24/2012, Remember how earlier this month, both Huawei and ZTE were warned by the US Congressional Committee that they could not be trusted? Well, it seems that Chinese giant Huawei has taken a proactive step to win back some of the trust and to counter such a...

Sony Xperia J has SMS counter function

10/23/2012, Times are not exactly the best economically speaking, and if you know that your mobile plan has a limited number of text messages that you are able to send each month, keeping track of them is not exactly the easiest thing to do, especially when you have...

AT&T Samsung Galaxy Note 2 available this November 9th

10/23/2012, If you are on the lookout for the new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 from AT&T, then you will be pleased to hear that AT&T has announced for the phablet’s release to happen this coming November 9th, with pre-orders beginning from October 25th...

Nokia Lumia 510 launched

10/23/2012, Nokia knows that not everyone is able to afford a high end smartphone, which is why when they walked with Microsoft’s Windows Phone platform, there is a market segment that is crying out for an affordable model. I guess that clarion call has been...

Can you smell what Google Wallet is cookin’?

10/22/2012, Google Wallet has certainly matured in the recent months, where you can say that a slew of new users have jumped aboard the Google Wallet bandwagon, mostly courtesy of the Nexus 7 tablet’s release. Word on the street has it that Google is preparing to...

Skype 2.1.23 update for Belle FP2 could be the last

10/22/2012, Yes, we do know and are full well aware that the Belle FP2 operating system might be more or less the last one for folks who have devices which run on the Symbian platform, and having said that, there are also other devices out there which still have...

Qualcomm Is Making It Easier For Blind People to Use Touchscreens

10/22/2012, Smartphones are changing the world and making it easier for all kinds of people to access information. Except for blind people, who miss out on several of the aspects of smartphones and touchscreens that make them so cool. Qualcomm, which produces the...

US Immigration switches from Blackberry to iPhone

10/22/2012, It has been reported by Reuters that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency is switching from Blackberry to iPhone as the “standard-issue” handset for its employees. So far, about 17600 employees are scheduled to get an iPhone, a...

iOS 6.0.1 tested?

10/22/2012, There are whispers going around that Apple has already given its US carrier partners a copy of a pre-release build of iOS 6.0.1, which will deliver updates to its latest mobile operating system version. Apparently, it will fix a graphical glitch that...

T-Mobile to launch LG Optimus L9 on October 31 for as low as $50

10/22/2012, If you were scratching your head and wondering just when will the LG Optimus L9 be announced for the mass market, perhaps it is time to give that noggin’ of yours a rest (not to mention your fingernails as well), as T-Mobile has finally manned up and...

Samsung Display to quit as Apple supplier in 2013

10/22/2012, Samsung picked up the slack where others failed to a few years ago when it came to supplying displays for Cupertino’s range of portable devices, and even until today, they remain as the largest Apple screen supplier, shipping 15 million panels over to...

LG Optimus G gets rooted before it even hits the shelves

10/22/2012, If you were planning on picking up the LG Optimus G on Sprint’s network, which should be available for pre-order 1st of November and should arrive 11th November, you might be interested to learn that a root method has already been discovered for the...