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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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PhoneSuit Primo Micro Battery Pack

11/13/2009, So you’ve got an iPhone which has been serving you well for a long time now, but you really wish it came with a longer lasting battery. The PhoneSuit Primo Micro Battery Pack is here to help you out, where it delivers an 800mAh lithium-ion battery...

LG to release more watch phones

11/13/2009, LG is stoked about watch phones, and the company is currently working on releasing more of those “wristsets” apart from the GD910. No other details were provided by LG, however, so it remains to be seen whether the new introductions will...

Android-powered Moto MT710 For China

11/13/2009, Nobody can deny that Motorola’s Droid is riding an amazing wave of popularity, and we’re certainly happy for the big M. It seems that Motorola isn’t going to stop with just the Droid, as it’s planning to launch the Motorola MT710...

NASA Chemical Sensor For Your iPhone

11/13/2009, It seems that more and more folks are jumping on the iPhone bandwagon, and since NASA has already released an iPhone app, it shouldn’t be too surprising to see that NASA has come up with something else for the iPhone: a hardware device that plugs...

Dell Mini 3 Smartphone Goes Official

11/13/2009, When the Dell Mini 3 hit the FCC not too long ago, everybody pretty much knew that Dell would be releasing the smartphone sooner rather than later. Of course, FCC report or not, it’s always good to get a nice press release, and that’s just...

Walky for the iPhone

11/13/2009, Yuta Sugiura alongside his fellow colleagues at the Graduate School of Media Design, Keio University, recently came up with a totally radical control scheme for robots and virtual characters, dubbing it Walky for the iPhone. You will of course need to own...

Rumors of BlackBerry 9900 and WebKit-based browser

11/13/2009, Word concerning the upcoming BlackBerry 9900 and WebKit-based browser have been going around, where the former looks set to be a touchscreen slider handset that will most likely resemble that of the Storm2 and another of RIM’s non-touch QWERTY...

AT&T offers OS 4.6.0.304 for BlackBerry Bold 9000

11/13/2009, AT&T has just rolled out OS 4.6.0.304 for BlackBerry Bold 9000 for their subscribers, and while it isn’t 5.0, at least AT&T puts in some effort to keep up with the rest of the competition with the whole “room for improvement”...

Picsay Gives Moto Droid Multitouch

11/13/2009, Some of you may be rather miffed that some variants of the Motorola Droid don’t support multitouch, despite the device having a capacitive display. Fortunately the community seems to have come to the restore, and this time in the form of an app...

Palm Treo 650 runs on Android

11/13/2009, The Palm Treo 650 is an ancient smartphone by any means, but that doesn’t mean it still cannot be tweaked as in this case. This Treo 650 has been modified to run on Android, and it remains a mystery as to how this is done while the Android operating...

Cellphone diagnoses cough

11/12/2009, We were raised to cover our mouths with a hand whenever we cough, but that could very well change in the future as acoustic vocalization analysis software is included in cellphones. All you need to do is cough into your handset, and it will get to...

Palm Pixi goes for $30

11/12/2009, The Palm Pixi, when priced at $100, isn’t exactly that enticing when pitted against its larger sibling known as the Pre, but Walmart clearly does the handset justice with a $30 price point for the Palm Pixi via its LetsTalk. This instant discount...

Samsung will not ditch Symbian completely

11/12/2009, While we talked about Samsung adopting its own Bada mobile operating system for future handsets yesterday, this doesn’t mean that Samsung will drop the Symbian platform completely, as they will continue to cooperate with the group Symbian group....

TomTom offers update for iPhone navigation app

11/12/2009, TomTom will be offering updates for its iPhone navigation app that is currently awaiting approval from Apple for it to debut on the App Store. This new update, should it be approved successfully, will feature advanced lane guidance, text-to-speech,...