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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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Sprint Epic 4G Touch receives FCC teardown

03/28/2012, Just in case you were wondering how come the Samsung Epic 4G Touch looks so familiar, that is because this is the Samsung Galaxy S2 version that was specially made for Sprint. I frankly do not like the idea of renaming the same device just because it is...

Marketplace lands in 13 more countries

03/28/2012, Windows Phone owners who happen to live in Bulgaria, Costa Rica, Croatia, Estonia, Iceland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey, Ukraine, and Venezuela, here is some good news for you, and hopefully it will be able to perk you up...

HTC One X to be renamed HTC EVO ONE on Sprint?

03/28/2012, While the HTC One X has yet to be announced for Sprint, there are rumors about the device arriving on the network later this year. Well, the folks over at Android Central were recently tipped off by an anonymous insider who claims that the phone will be...

Android 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich rolling out to certain devices now

03/28/2012, Good news for Google Nexus device owners (except if you own the Nexus One). According to reports online, the update to the latest version of Android – 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, has started rolling out over the air and should reach your Android device...

T-Mobile MyTouch (Huawei Ascend G312 QWERTY) caught on video

03/28/2012, Last week an image of T-Mobile’s upcoming MyTouch phone was spotted in some photographs, and today the folks over at Engadget have managed to get their hands on the real deal. According to their report, they were over at Huawei’s headquarters...

Nokia Lumia 800 to receive battery boost with latest update

03/28/2012, Great news for Nokia Lumia 800 owners – if you thought that your phone could do better in the battery department you’re in luck. According to a post on the official Nokia blog, a new update will be rolling out (software version...

Google Maps 6.5 for Android released

03/28/2012, To celebrate its recent milestone of helping users navigate over 50 billion kilometers with turn-by-turn directions, Google has decided to upgrade its Maps app for Android devices with a fresh new look. Taking cues from the Android Ice Cream Sandwich...

HTC design patent points to slide out stereo speaker

03/28/2012, HTC’s team up with Beats has certainly brought about a higher degree of audio quality when it comes to some of their smartphones, such as the HTC Sensation XE, but perhaps this is just a precursor of things to come? HTC’s latest design patent...

Nokia Lumia 800c hits the China market

03/28/2012, Nokia was once a mighty juggernaut where mobile phones are concerned, but that fact did not guarantee its position as top dog – no sir, far from it. In fact, you can say that the introduction of the iPhone from Apple in 2007 proved to be the start...

Find my Facebook Friend hits the App Store

03/28/2012, If you’re looking for an app that tracks your friends via their Facebook IDs, you’re in luck. A new app titled Find My Facebook Friends has just hit the Apple App Store and will let you do just that. It functions just like Apple’s own...

Adobe Flash Player 11.2 released with silent updates

03/28/2012, Adobe has just rolled out its Flash Player 11.2 which will ensure that a couple of critical arbitrary code execution vulnerabilities are fixed, in addition to a silent update option. Before we move on in greater detail concerning the silent update option,...

Verizon DROID RAZR gets a DIY RAZR MAXX conversion kit

03/28/2012, If you’re one of those Motorola DROID RAZR owners who felt cheated by Verizon after the DROID RAZR MAXX hit the streets, you’re not alone. However, it looks like there’s a solution for you – in the form of a 3rrd-party modification kit...