Cellphones, Page 1583 ▼

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!

Quick Links: iPhone, iOS | Android | Windows Phone | Blackberry | XPERIA | Apps

Hot Phone Reviews


Inbrics M1 Is One Thin Android Slider

01/10/2010, [CES 2010] You don’t see all that many Android devices with a slider form factor, aside from the Motorola Droid, but the Inbrics M1 is also extremely thin (for a slider). Aside from its size, it’s not slouch in the feature department too, as...

Google Nexus One gets tethering

01/09/2010, The Google Nexus One has been hacked now, where both wireless and wired tethering is now available in Android 2.1. To get this up and running, you will need to install some add-ons from the folks at XDA forums. Bear in mind that this is not a full ROM...

CoPilot Live v8 GPS navigation app debuts at CES

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] CoPilot Live took the opportunity to roll out its v8 GPS navigation app for the Google Nexus One here, where you are able to purchase it for $34.99. This places the app as the top grossing paid app on the Android Market to date – guess...

SmoothTalker hands-free car kits

01/09/2010, [CES 2010] If you find Bluetooth headsets to be a pain to wear, then it would be safe to consider the SmoothTalker range of hands-free car kits. What this does is, it works with any Bluetooth-enabled handset (check with the official list here on whether...

Google Nexus One Parts Cost $174

01/09/2010, The folks at iSuppli have taken a closer look at Google’s Nexus One, and estimate that the phone’s raw parts cost $174, which is a whole $5 less than the cost of Apple’s 16GB iPhone 3GS when new. Despite its lower cost, the Nexus One...

Touch Revolution Nimble Landline Phone

01/08/2010, It seems like washing machines and microwaves aren’t the only devices that Google’s Android OS is getting into. While a desk phone certainly isn’t as weird a place to put Android as a washing machine, it’s still not something that...

Windows Mobile 7 To Be Unveiled At MWC?

01/08/2010, We know that Windows Mobile 7 should be this year, but the question was always “when”. Now according to Robbie Bach, Microsoft Entertainment & Device Division President, we might be able to see a demo of it as early as next month at Mobile...

Atom-powered phones, first pictures (updated: with video)

01/08/2010, Pankaj Kedia, the Director of Intel’s Global Ecosystem Programs has shown us the first Atom-powered phones, one of which is from LG (model GW990). It runs on the next generation LG UI that includes 3D elements. When in 2D mode, the Ui looks very...

LG Lotus Elite And Rumor Touch To End Up In USA

01/08/2010, LG and Sprint have announced 2 new phones in their lineup. The phones are the LG Lotus Elite and the LG Rumor Touch. Both these phones are basically successors to previous models. The LG Lotus Elite sports dual 2.4-inch QVGA screens, microSD card support...

Sony Ericsson Robyn To Be Available In Different Colors?

01/08/2010, We showed you a leaked picture of the Sony Ericsson Robyn, essentially a mini XPERIA X10, a few days ago, and now more pictures of the device have surfaced. The most notable thing you’ll see from the latest pictures is that it seems to have multiple...

Google Introduces Local Search For Mobile

01/08/2010, Want to find a coffee store near you? Well, if it’s related to search, you can be sure that Google wants a piece of the pie, and now Google has introduced local search for the iPhone and Android phones. When you’re at Google’s page on...

Nokia Supreme Will Set You Back GBP100000

01/08/2010, It seems like the folks over at Goldstriker really enjoy giving devices the “Supreme” treatment. Following the iPhone 3GS Surpreme, Wii Surpreme, PS3 Supreme, now we’ve got the Nokia Supreme. This one seems to differ that it isn’t...

Phone Halo Protect launched

01/08/2010, [CES 2010] Phone Halo has rolled out its Phone Halo Protect that relies on Bluetooth connectivity to work. Tiny Bluetooth-enabled devices are attached to items that you would not wish to forget – and those include keys, briefcases, purses as well as...