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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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T-Mobile Dash Review

11/22/2006, I had the opportunity to use the T-mobile Dash –also known as HTC S620- for half a day and I have to say that I liked what I saw. First, the device is cute and feels great in my hand. It is half the thickness of my gigantic Treo 700w and weighs...

Invasion of the Hello Kitty cellphones

11/20/2006, There are some irrefutable facts of life, and the never-ending madness that surrounds Hello Kitty products is one of them. OKWAP of Taiwan is currently offering four Hello Kitty cellphones that might have been around for quite some time now, but they are...

Sprint Sanyo Katana Review

10/27/2006, With ultra-thin phones, wireless carriers have learned that good design sells. Virtually every manufacturer produce thin models and carriers want more because they sell. The Sprint Sanyo Katana is a potentially popular phone: it’s simple, elegant and...

MoPod cellphone charm

09/12/2006, You know how fat and chunky CRT monitors start to go wonky when your cellphone is about to receive an incoming call or text message? Purchasing a MoPod (no relation whatsoever to the iPod family) is a much better way of detecting incoming calls, and it...

Jitterbug cellphone has just 3 buttons

09/10/2006, Cellphones have gotten so complex these days that new releases often marginalize a large segment of the population who want something basic and easy to use. Jitterbug is one such handset for adults who want the most basic cellphone without having to...

We’re getting the (text) message, we just don’t care

09/06/2006, While browsing the web at home, I saw the “Why we don’t get the (text) message” article from Paul Kedrosky in Business 2.0. It begins with “Texting is insanely popular overseas, but practically nonexistent in the United States...

Nokia Sirocco Edition on sale now

09/04/2006, Looks like the Sirocco Edition of the Nokia 8801 luxury cellphone is now available for those who want a Vertu but cannot afford one, and yet do not want to settle for one of the middle-class cellphones that plague the market. This new and improved handset...

Motorola unveils MOTOPHONE

07/25/2006, As if the string of Motorola handsets released was not enough, we are yet assaulted by another offering, and this time it is the MOTOFONE that will tempt us to part away with our hard earned money. This new handset has a thickness of just 9mm, and it...

Motorola Q Review by Ubergizmo

07/25/2006, With its design, the Motorla Q has earned it the “BlackBerry Killer” nickname. It has the three “S” of the perfect gadget: Slim, Sexy, and Smart. Text can be entered at full speed, thanks to the QWERTY keyboard, and displayed on a...

Philips SDIO TV1000/TV1100 DVB-H Tuner Card

06/07/2006, Philips is offering a mobile TV solution for DVB-H markets worldwide with the SDIO TV1000/TV1100 card that will fit snugly into any SDIO slot save for the top section of the extendable antenna jutting out. The 24mm x 39mm x 2.1mm card packs in a TV tuner,...

Sharp W-Zero 3 PDA phone oozes with class

06/07/2006, The Sharp W-Zero 3 WS004SH PDA phone is rather large, measuring 70mm x 130mm x 26mm but this is due to the generous 3.7″ VGA display that has a resolution of 640 x 480 pixels. The W-Zero 3 is extremely popular among both genders in Japan since its...

A few months with the Nokia N70

06/01/2006, The N70 is one of many phones of the elite Nseries, a line of Nokia phones based on the S60 platform. The Nokia N70 has pretty much anything that a modern phone should possess: very good imaging capabilities (for a phone), 3G connectivity, smart phone...

Sprint Samsung A920 Review by Ubergizmo

05/30/2006, Sprint is trying hard to push new services using the third generation (3G) wireless networks like data access, music or video. Many are saying that 2006 will be the year of cellular TV just as 2005 was the year of MP3 phones. Feature-wise, it...