Cellphones, Page 1584 ▼

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


Windows Mobile Keyboard Update Soon?

11/27/2009, A recent posting at XDA-developers shows a completely revamped keyboard from a test build of Windows Mobile. The existing Windows Mobile keyboard still seems that it was designed more for stylus input, but the revamped version has much larger keys, which...

Sony Ericsson Aino Touchscreen Problems

11/27/2009, It seems that Sony Ericsson might be going into a rather stressful holiday season. Why do we say that? Well, aside from the existing issues with the Saito that they’re trying to tackle, it seems that its other flagship phone, the Aino, might have...

China Unicom Confirmes UPhone

11/27/2009, China Unicom has confirmed that it will be launching the UPhone, which should be fairly similar to China Mobile’s Android-powered OPhone. The UPhone will be running a customized version of the Android OS, dubbed UniPlus. Aside from that, it will...

Acer To Increase Focus On Android

11/27/2009, In a recent interview, head of Acer’s mobile division, Aymar de Lencquesaing, said that the company plans to shift its attention more towards Google’s Android and reduce its Windows Mobile effort. This of course shouldn’t be a surprise...

Nokia 6750 Hits Rogers Wireless

11/27/2009, Those of you who are on Rogers Wireless will be able to pick up the Nokia 6750 from the carrier. If you’ve been looking for a sleek phone with external music keys, Bluetooth stereo, microSDHC card expansion, 2.0 megapixel camera, this is probably...

Gameloft Back In Android Game

11/26/2009, While a just a few short days ago Gameloft announced that they were significantly cutting back on the Android platform, probably because it doesn’t seem as lucrative as Apple’s AppStore at the moment. Now surprisingly Gameloft has released a...

Motorola Beats Apple In Brand Loyalty?

11/26/2009, While it certainly sounds impossible at first, after sitting down and thinking about it seriously, you might begin to understand why. What are we talking about? It’s the recent survey from YouGov’s BrandIndex, which reports that that Motorola...

Samsung C5130 Launched In India

11/26/2009, Samsung’s entry-level C5130 slider phone has been launched in India for 6200 INR ($134). While it’s an entry-level phone, it sports some rather useful features like 3G and social networking integration. The home screen even comes with...

$3.2m iPhone 3GS Supreme

11/26/2009, The iPhone 3GS is generally something that draws the attention of people, despite it being owned by many people. So what do you do to make it stand out even more? Well, you invest £1.92m (about $3.2m) and get the iPhone 3GS “Supreme. This...

Nokia X6 Has Started Shipping

11/26/2009, So you’ve been patiently waiting for Nokia’s X6, and event jumped in joy when it was officially launched? If you’re living in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Africa, you’re rewarded! Nokia has confirmed that its sleek...

Ikee Worm Author Gets iPhone Developer Job

11/26/2009, Sometimes it just goes to show that you’re more valuable famous that you are being an average Joe. We’re not saying anything bad about Ashley Towns’ programming skills, but there are certainly a lot of people out there who won’t be...

FCC approves LG GW620 Etna

11/25/2009, The FCC has just approved the LG GW620 Etna, although it won’t feature US 3G at the moment. While any device passed by the FCC doesn’t necessarily mean that it will make it to the US market. On the other hand, at least you know it can be used...

Swype on Verizon Omnia II

11/25/2009, Text input on the Samsung Omnia II from Verizon will be powered by Swype technology which is touted to increase typed speed alongside correcting all standard errors automatically. Ditching the QWERTY method, Swype will instead rely on tracing the path a...

Nokia N900 ships in US

11/25/2009, For the 300 million or so of us living Stateside, the Nokia N900 is now available. This Maemo 5-powered smartphone arrives one week later than what was promised in the press release, but like the age old adage goes, better late than never, eh? Powered by...