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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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Gionee S20 does NES games

06/11/2007, The Gionee S20 cellphone from China (where else?) does not only make and receive calls, it comes with a built-in NES emulator as well for you to run those beloved classics from the 8-bit era just in case you’re too cheap to purchase Virtual Console...

Nokia begins to ship N77

06/11/2007, Nokia will start to ship its N77 multimedia computer in Finland, with Vietnam and India to follow next. Nokia claims that the N77 will make the TV experience a mobile one, featuring a 2.4″ widescreen display, a pair of high quality stereo speakers,...

Nokia N76 jumps on designer bandwagon

06/07/2007, Looks like a cellphone’s specifications and price just won’t push sales by themselves anymore these days, causing phone manufacturers to team up with designers to create “special editions” that are nothing but money grabbing...

Glofiish parades X800 Pocket PC Phone

06/07/2007, Computex Taipei 2007 certainly sees a whole flurry of activity, and Glofiish has taken this opportunity to present the X800 Pocket PC Phone to the masses. This HSDPA-enabled quad-band GSM handset is powered by a Samsung SC3 2442 500Mhz processor, 256MB...

Samsung SGH-E590 designer phone

06/04/2007, Samsung has recently unveiled the SGH-E590 that was designed by Jasper Morrison, and this cellphone targets the fashion conscious. The E590 features simple contours and clean lines that make up the candybar design, with a 1.8″ 262k color display in...

Sony Ericsson work on PSP phone

06/03/2007, Now this definitely ain’t no cheap clone as documents from the FCC has shown that Sony Ericsson is indeed working on a phone based on the PSP. Not only does this handset offer you the ability to keep in touch with family and friends, you also get a...

Nokia unveils 6500 models

06/01/2007, Nokia takes a step into the future by unveiling a couple of new handsets in the form of the 6500 classic and slider models. Both handsets were designed with large keys and ergonomically correct dimensions and surfaces for the convenience of the user. Both...

Palm Foleo mobile companion

05/30/2007, Palm has just released a Linux-based 2.5lbs “mobile companion” called Foleo. It is capable of running basic productivity software such as email, web browser, word processing and so on… It is an “instant-on” (no boot) device...

Safety Cellphone developed

05/29/2007, More often than not, talking on your cellphone while navigating a busy intersection on foot is dangerous as your attention will be more focused toward the conversation than the road. Oki Electric Industry has developed the Safety Cellphone that uses a...

Nokia E61i Review

05/28/2007, By guest editor Steven Nersesian The day my beloved Nokia E61 was stolen was a sad, sad day in my life. I had grown oddly attached to its alluring screen, quirky buttons and its uncanny ability to hunt down open WiFi spots. The killer was that it never...

The closest iPhone clone yet

05/24/2007, Now this is an iPhone clone that definitely gives the real Apple product a run for its money – design-wise at least. Hailing from where else but China, the P168 has copied virtually every visible part of the iPhone even down to the wallpaper. You...

Motorola MTC100 industrial PDA

05/24/2007, Motorola has recently unveiled the MTC100 industrial PDA in Korea, giving yet another hi-tech communications alternative to police and security forces. Powered by Intel’s XScale PXA270 520MHz processor and aided by 64MB RAM and 128MB ROM, the MTC100...

Future Samsung phones to follow YP-K5?

05/23/2007, Samsung’s YP-K5 MP3 player which was released earlier this year came in an extremely different design, featuring a unique slide out/slanting speaker that was head and shoulders above the rest of the competition. Samsung apparently loves this design...

T100 cellphone is extra secure

05/22/2007, Now this is certainly a first – a cellphone from China that actually has some semblance of originality. The T100 from Qiao Xing will ship with fingerprint recognition to keep your information private in case you loose the handset, an extra long...