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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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Skype For Windows Phone 8 Updated

01/02/2013, Ever since Microsoft purchased Skype last year for a sizable chunk of money, it was hoped that Skype for the Windows Phone platform would be a more integrated and fluid experience, and I am glad to say that it has been quite a decent ride so far....

CommBadge Helps Access Siri, Google Now Without Holding Your Phone

01/02/2013, With the introduction of Siri and Google Now, many smartphone users have probably asked their digital assistant to update their calendar, set a timer, or to read their messages to them. But one issue a number of users probably have is their smartphone is...

Ubuntu Powered Smartphones Coming Your Way

01/02/2013, Ubuntu maker Canonical intends to jump into the highly competitive smartphone market by making a bold announcement. They have stated their intention of developing a version of its popular Linux-based operating system that was specially designed to be the...

Christmas Period Saw 50 Million iOS And Android Activations

01/02/2013, Santa’s sleigh must have been filled with mainly tablets and smartphones, as consumers activated a record-breaking figure of 17.4 million iOS and Android devices on Christmas Day itself, while the week that followed also breached previously impervious...

Samsung GT-B7810 To Succeed Galaxy M Pro?

01/02/2013, When was the last time you saw or used a Samsung smartphone that had a QWERTY keyboard? Mine was one that ran on Windows Mobile 5.0, so you can more or less figure out just how ancient that device was. Well, what you see above is actually the Samsung...

Sideload iOS Apps Sans Jailbreak

01/02/2013, There were reasons that the Hackulous team shut down their Installous pirated app store at the end of last year, and that could have been a catalyst to see even easier alternatives for side-loading iOS apps make their mark. While some folks with pure...

HTC Believes Settlement With Apple Will Pay Off In 2013

01/02/2013, As far as the patent war between Apple and Android manufacturers are concerned, peace has been achieved at least with HTC. As you might have heard, HTC isn’t doing so well for itself financially and we can only imagine that the fees that the Taiwanese...

LG Boasts 1 Million Optimus Vu Units Sold In South Korea

01/02/2013, A couple of days ago we reported that Samsung had managed to sell 1 million Galaxy Note 2 units back in South Korea, but it looks like Samsung isn’t alone as their South Korean competitor, LG, has similarly announced that they too have managed to sell 1...

Starcraft Brood Wars Running On Android Thanks To Winulator App

01/02/2013, While it might not have been imaginable many years ago that our phones would be able to run/emulate PC games, given the power that our smartphones wield, it is slowly becoming a reality. Thanks to an app called the Winulator, it seems that sometime in the...

Mysterious Samsung GT-I9600 Spotted In Benchmarks

01/02/2013, With CES around the corner and MWC taking place the month after, we wouldn’t be surprised if smartphone manufacturers had a bevy of devices ready to be shown off to the world. So far we’ve seen a couple of Samsung smartphones get benchmarked, such as...

Blackberry 10 Device RFH121LW Spotted At The FCC

01/02/2013, A couple of days ago before the new year, we reported that a Blackberry 10 device with the model number RFF91LW was spotted at the FCC with AT&T’s LTE and GSM bands on board, and it looks like that will not be the only Blackberry 10 device that will...

Samsung GT-I9505 Confirmed?

01/01/2013, Now here is more dirt from Samsung, where some folks have peered into what the first firmware of the GT-I8190N (which happens to be the model number for the NFC-enabled Samsung Galaxy S3 mini), Samsung could very well be knee deep working on the Q range....