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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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Vlingo InCar App: Call and Text Hands Free

10/07/2010, [CTIA 2010] I saw a demo of the Vlingo InCar App for Android that allows users to receive and send text messages without taking their hands off the wheel: you “wake up” the app by saying Vlingo and using voice commands you can select from 4...

T-Mobile G2 eyes- and hands-on

10/07/2010, [CTIA 2010] Remember the T-Mobile G1 that came out all those years ago which had the crowd go “Wow!” simply because it was a touchscreen phone and played the role of being an iPhone killer (which it failed miserably)? Well, as most of you...

Sonim XP1300 CORE rugged handset announced

10/06/2010, True to form, Sonim has announced their XP1300 CORE rugged phone to the masses, although it will only hit the market later next month. This is not meant for any average Joe to use, since it will cater particularly for those who work in extremely harsh...

Pantech Laser from AT&T is thinnest slider handset yet

10/06/2010, AT&T’s Pantech Laser is touted to be the company’s thinnest slider phone to date, where it measures all of 9.95mm wide. This pseudo-smartphone will be equipped with a 3.1-inch AMOLED touchscreen display alongside a full sliding QWERTY...

Sprint readies LG Optimus S, Sanyo Zio and Samsung Transform

10/06/2010, We’ve already had a hands-on of the Samsung Transform, but here are the vital statistics and how all three models will stack up in the world of Android phones. As mentioned earlier, they will all support Sprint ID, but this will focus more on the...

Nokia E-Cu concept charges in your pants

10/06/2010, London designer Patrick Hyland has come up with a rather zany conceptual handset, borrowing the Nokia name for his design. What makes the Nokia E-Cu (E is for environment, while Cu stands for Copper) so special, you ask? Well, it can be juiced thanks to...

Samsung Mesmerize is US Cellular’s Galaxy S

10/06/2010, The Samsung Galaxy S isn’t quite done yet with the North America region, making an appearance as the Samsung Mesmerize over US Cellular. Also known as the SCH-i500, this model will share hardware specifications as with other Galaxy S models,...

T-Mobile caters for the budget minded with LG Optimus T

10/06/2010, Fancy owning a phone that suits your budget to a T? OK, bad jokes aside, T-Mobile has your bank balance in mind (as in preserving as much of it as possible) with the new budget-minded LG Optimus T Android-powered smartphone. You won’t find its...

Palm P102UEU arrives on FCC, could be European Pre 2

10/06/2010, There is a very high chance of the Palm P102UEU which is currently running through the gauntlet over at the FCC being the European version of the Pre 2. Why do we say so? Well, in the world of Palm, “P102″ would refer to the model, which is...

Cricket to deliver cheap Android smartphone

10/06/2010, Cricket, a wireless provider in the US, has just announced that they will be rolling out the Huawei Ascend Android-powered handset which certainly won’t break the bank. Touted to be the first low-cost Android smartphone Stateside, it will feature a...

GetJar Gives Away Free Premium Mobile Games

10/05/2010, GetJar and Glu Mobile have launched a pilot program that will see many premium games from Glu Mobile being offered for free on GetJar.com. GetJar is touted to be the second largest app store around and will be offering premium paid content available for...