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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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Hot Phone Reviews


Emporia Clarity Amplified Phone

10/27/2008, Now here is a cell phone that is slightly different from what you get every day – the Emporia Clarity Amplified Phone comes with 20dB amplified audio to help you listen to the speaker on the other line in unprecedented clarity, while a quartet of...

iGameboy Theme For The iPhone

10/27/2008, This is possibly what the iPhone’s user interface would look like if it was introduced back in 1989 alongside the GameBoy, thanks to the efforts of Rob Sheridan with this new theme. You can choose from the button version or full screen version,...

AT&T Offers Nokia 2600 For Free

10/27/2008, AT&T will be making available the Nokia 2600 for next to nothing, as long as you agree to sign a two-year contract with the mobile carrier. The Nokia 2600 has been around since the beginning of the year already, so it is rather surprising to see it...

Casio Exilim Keitai W63CA Clamshell Phone

10/27/2008, Casio has rolled out its Exilim Keitai W63CA clamshell handset that looks pretty much like a digital camera from the back, capable of snapping 8.1 megapixel images without any problems. This photo-centric handset will also feature a 9-point autofocus and...

Philips Luxe MP3 Player

10/26/2008, Philips does do MP3 players, but their range is lacklustre to say the least. With their latest release, the Luxe, this MP3 player not only keeps you entertained with music on-the-go, it also doubles up as a Bluetooth headset for your phone whenever there...

Samsung S9402 DuoS Handset

10/26/2008, Samsung seems to be big on dual SIM card handsets for markets located outside of China, but I personally do not know anyone who carries dual SIM handsets (probably because my circle of friends is pretty limited). Still, that has not stopped the Korean...

Google Earth for iPhone is available at the App Store

10/26/2008, Google Earth is now available on the iPhone and it’s a long dream that just became reality for those who worked on the project since its inception, says Peter Birch, Google’s earth product manager. “This is the first opportunity...

Spotted: hands-on with the BlackBerry Storm

10/26/2008, Kevin Michaluk over at Crackberry gets a close and personal look at the BlackBerry Storm. A notable feature is the SurePress touchscreen, where you touch to highlight a target then press inward to select or activate a menu item. Weight is always important...

Haansoft Develops 3D Cube User Interface

10/24/2008, Haansoft of Korea has come up with a new 3D user interface that aims to enhance and maximize the user experience of Intel-powered MIDs like never before. Of course, the main focus of this new user interface would be the 3D Cube that spins around,...

iPhone Clone Known As iOrgane

10/24/2008, Could this be the closest possible iPhone clone to date? Known as the iOrgane (I’m not sure if the typo is done on purpose) complete with a somewhat misshapen Apple logo to reflect the new “organe” fruit, there is not much information on...

T-Mobile G1 software update scheduled for tomorrow. Already?!

10/22/2008, Posted by “Will”, a T-Mobile forum administrator, tomorrow’s update will fix little problems here and there, but users should not expect much more. Here’s the info that Will has provided: What does this update do? This update will...

E Ink Cell Phone Concept

10/21/2008, E ink displays have been around for some time already, so designer Anthony Reed has come up with this concept that could usher in a new age for these devices. Although you won’t be able to get high powered displays as seen on current handsets, the...