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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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NVIDIA Tegra 4i LTE Processor

02/19/2013, NVIDIA has just announced Tegra 4i, a new member in the Tegra 4 family of mobile processors. Tegra 4i features NVIDIA’s first integrated 4G LTE modem and it has been designed for smartphones that require both high-performance and very tight chip...

Blackberry Could Pull Out Of Korea As Well [Rumor]

02/19/2013, A little over a week ago we reported that Blackberry announced their plans to cease sales in Japan. Now it looks like there are new rumors from Korean news publication, Yonhap, suggesting that Blackberry could also be looking to exit the Korean market....

LG Teases Possible L, G, V And F-series For MWC 2013

02/19/2013, We’re sure that many of you guys are excited to see what sort of new and exciting products will be unveiled at MWC 2013, and fret not because we will be there covering the event. However in the meantime, if you’re a fan of LG, it looks like the South...

Xperia Z Is All Right With A Dunk In The Porcelain Throne

02/18/2013, Just how tough is the Sony Xperia Z? Well, this is most probably the most tough flagship smartphone to date from all the other manufacturers out there, whether we are talking about the Android, iOS or Windows Phone 8 platforms. After all, in the video...

Intel-Powered Asus Fonepad 3G Confirmed

02/18/2013, The first Intel-powered tablet manufactured by Asus is well on its way, where it will be known as the Asus Fonepad. The Asus Fonepad is not new to news channels, but at least another leaf of confirmation has dropped from the grapevine thanks to the Global...

Bill Gates Not Happy With Microsoft’s Mobile Phone Strategy

02/18/2013,   Microsoft chairman and former CEO, Bill Gates in his interview with CBS This Morning has been critical of the company’s mobile phone strategy calling it a clear mistake. Bill Gates was also asked if he was happy with the performance of Steve...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Launching With 5G Wifi [Rumor]

02/18/2013, For all Samsung Galaxy S4 enthusiasts, here’s a new rumor regarding the Wifi capability of the device. The S4 is rumored to have 802.11ac WiFi technology, also known as 5G Wifi. 5G Wifi is pretty fast, with speeds comparable to wired connection. The...

HTC One Seen Underneath Various Cloths In New Teaser Images

02/18/2013, Tomorrow is the day when HTC will be unveiling its long-awaited HTC One, which was previously referred to as the HTC M7. We’ve reported on a ton of rumors and reports regarding the HTC One, so we feel we already have a good understanding of what...

New Nokia Lumia Handsets Coming Our Way?

02/18/2013, With Mobile World Congress 2013 kicking off shortly, we are all ready and raring to go, but until then, we do expect a fair number of leaks and surprises head our way. One of the later rumors would involve a quartet of new Nokia Lumia handsets that are in...

Samsung Galaxy S4 Reveal Coming March 14 [Rumor]

02/18/2013, By now, we know how excited you Android users are for the next Samsung Galaxy S4 as any bit of new information regarding the device may receive more attention than it should. Based on a number of reports, we can safely say the Galaxy S4 will launch this...

Sprint’s 4G LTE Network Available For San Francisco

02/18/2013, Sprint has added new locations to its 4G LTE network, mainly in the San Francisco area, New York City and Washington, D.C as s part of their nationwide rollout of the 4G LTE network. The service seems to be great in some neighborhoods, while not so good...

New Nexus Smartphones To Come With Fantastic Cameras?

02/18/2013, Right now, you can more or less say that Sony Mobile has the best working cameras on smartphones with the sensor that they use, although the folks over at Nokia also would want to put in their 2 cents’ worth. Well, it seems that future generations of...