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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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TryPhone.com: virtual phone testing

12/10/2007, Choosing a phone is certainly a big headache for many people, and the fact that there is little standard user interface doesn’t really help. One solution is to read reviews and look over tons of photos that show what the user interface looks like. A...

HTC Neon 100 approved by FCC

12/09/2007, The FCC have approved HTC’s Neon 100 model, and according to the image, it will come with a touchscreen display as any obedient smartphone would these days. Other than that, there is scant information concerning the Neon 100 other than the fact that...

Echo Charge 1100 for Japanese phones

12/09/2007, Since Japan has one of the highest penetration rates when it comes to cellphones, it makes perfect sense for phone owners to carry around the Echo Charge 1100. This device is a portable backup battery that can be charged via a power outlet before use,...

Navi2Go: 3D image navigation on Windows Mobile phones

12/07/2007, [Always On Venture Summit] I met with Isaac Levanon, CEO of 3DVU, and he showed me the Navi2Go technology. It is a 3D navigation software available now in the UK for Windows Mobile devices. It will launch in the U.S in Q2 2008, and Navi2Go will be...

Vello: conference call made simple and mobile

12/07/2007, [Always On Venture Summit] I met with Vello’s President Mark Dzwonczyk at the Always On Venture Summit yesterday. When Vello launched at DEMOFall in September, I was already interested in the technology but did not have the time to publish about it....

Hands Free Talking Mirror

12/07/2007, If you’re one of those extremely busy folks who can’t seem to stop entertaining calls on the cellphone, chances are you’d best get some sort of hands free solution for your car. Enter the Hands Free Talking Mirror – this device...

AT&T Pantech Duo Review

12/06/2007, A common complaint that QWERTY phone users have is that it is hard to dial a simple number with a qwerty keyboard (vs. searching a contact by name), especially while driving (well, is one supposed to do that?). Pantech believes that customers don’t...

Red LG VX8350R now available

12/06/2007, LG has just launched its red VX8350 just in time to usher in the Christmas holidays. Other than the color change, everything else about the glossy red LG VX8350R is similar to the original handset. It will feature V CAST Video and V CAST Music support,...

Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth Stereo Headset

12/06/2007, The Jabra BT3030 Bluetooth Stereo Headset will definitely have you stand out in a crowd thanks to its special dog tag design. Features include universal connection, a personalized equalizer, exchangeable headphones, a couple of wearing styles to choose...

Palm Treo 750 unlocked

12/06/2007, Those who’ve always wanted to pick up the Treo 750 but do not want to be shackled by a long contract can now do so as Palm has just released the unlocked GSM/UMTS Treo 750 smartphone that will come preloaded with Windows Mobile 6. This five-band...

Nokia Phones to capture HD Video in 2 years

12/05/2007, That’s according to Nokia’s Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Tero Ojanpera in a Reuters interview. First, Tero Ojanpera needs to define what he means by “HD” – Is it 720p*, 1080p* or something else? It is safe to assume that...

Samsung releases SPH-W2400 AMOLED phone

12/05/2007, Koreans are a lucky bunch as Samsung certainly knows how to take care of their home market. The cellphone manufacturer has just released the SPH-W2400 handset that features an AMOLED display to complement screens seen via an HSDPA connection. The AMOLED...

Bug Labs modular device

12/03/2007, Bug Labs have come up with a modular device that requires you to piece it together just like Legos. Naturally, different pieces would result in different functions. For example, if you don’t feel like carrying the camera module with you that day,...

DIY remote controlled camera

12/03/2007, So your cellphone has GPS, push email, and camera functions all built inside it? While those are pretty impressive, the handset still can’t take a photo without your manual help. This DIY project hacks a standard handset, using a Picaxe...