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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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3 million Samsung Galaxy Note 2 sold in little over a month

11/02/2012, We’re sure that many thought that the original Galaxy Note was a novelty device when it first launched. After all the device seemed a little too big for a handset, but yet too small for a tablet, leading many to dub it a “phablet”. As it turns out...

The HTC Opera UL is rumored to be Facebook’s smartphone

11/02/2012, A few days ago we reported on a mysterious HTC handset spotted in benchmarks by the name of “Operaul”. As it turns out, the name could actually be “Opera UL” and according to Pocket-lint’s sources in Taiwan, this handset is an “OEM product”...

Panasonic Eluga gets updated to Android 4.0 ICS

11/02/2012, While Panasonic might be pulling out of the European market a year after they announced their interest in it, they have not forgotten about their European customers and those who might have given their Android handset, the Eluga, a chance. Originally...

iOS 7 concept video brings resizable icons and widgets to the table

11/02/2012, It was pretty big news a few days ago when it was announced that Apple had let Scott Forstall go, and that Jony Ive would now be in charge of designing iOS. Given Ive’s success with designing Apple’s products so far, we can only imagine what he might...

Samsung Stratosphere 2 images leak

11/01/2012, What you see above could very well be the sequel to last year’s Samsung Stratosphere, the first LTE capable sliding QWERTY smartphone from Verizon Wireless. Retailing for $149.99 a pop with a new 2-year contract, it is clearly a mid-range smartphone...

75% of smartphones shipped are Android powered

11/01/2012, In the latest quarterly report from IDC where mobile phones are concerned, Google reigned supreme where smartphones are concerned, cornering 75% of total smartphones shipped with Android as the operating system of choice. We are talking about nearly 136...

Pocket for Android is now faster and more responsive

11/01/2012, I use Pocket on my Android as a repository for my favorite blogs and articles on the web. Today, the popular app for Android has just received a nifty update. Its developers say that the new update is centered on performance, just in time for...

Google Wallet gets physical with card

11/01/2012, Google does seem set on augmenting their NFC-based Google Wallet payment system with an actual, physical card in the weeks to come. In fact, there are leaked images of the Google Wallet card appearing online, where it will be tied down to a user’s...

Sprint Flash headed your way soon

11/01/2012, The ZTE Flash is not dead and buried, but on the contrary, it is making its way to Sprint. Right now, it is not called the ZTE Flash due to sensitivities in the US market (remember how the government was recommended to drop ZTE and Huawei from all...

Verizon Wireless Emergency Communication Centers deployed

11/01/2012, Verizon was reported to have deployed a fair number of Wireless Emergency Communication Centers (WECCs) to different areas which were affected by the wrath of Hurricane Sandy. The WECCs were deployed on Staten Island, at Monmouth University in New Jersey,...

Nova N3 is an uncanny Samsung Galaxy S3 clone

11/01/2012, You cannot deny that the Samsung Galaxy S3 is one high end smartphone that has done extremely well in the markets where it has appeared in, and there is the proverb which goes like this – imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. The Nova N3 pays...

Google Play has 290,000 suspicious apps, says security firm

11/01/2012, Advanced threat protection company Bit9 tested approximately 412,000 apps on Google Play and claims that 290,000 of them are questionable and suspicious because they can access a user’s personal information. Although these apps aren’t really...