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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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HTC One X takes stunning photographs

03/23/2012, One of the selling points of HTC’s upcoming flagship device, the HTC One X is its ImageSense technology (which will be on all of HTC’s One phones) and it looks like the Taiwanese company isn’t afraid to prove it. HTC has been going on a...

Pair: the app for long distance relationships

03/23/2012, Long distance relationships are pretty tough to handle, but thanks to all the advancements in technology, they’ve become easier to handle. Well, a group of developers have come up with yet another solution for long distance couples. Called Pair, the...

AT&T not pushing out Windows Phone 8107 update

03/23/2012, Bad news for Windows Phone users on AT&T: if your smartphone is suffering from the “disappearing keyboard” issue, it looks like you won’t be getting the fix for it anytime soon. According to an announcement from the AT&T...

Want an extra 23GB for your Dropbox account?

03/23/2012, If you’ve got an Android device and you’re running low on space for your Dropbox account – or you just feel like giving yourself a lot of extra storage for free, you’re in luck. The folks over at XDA-developers have released a Dropbox...

AT&T and FCC trade punches in PR fight

03/23/2012, When T-Mobile announced to its employees the sad news that it was cutting more than 1900 positions in call centers all around the country, few knew that this would spark a communications fight between AT&T and the FCC about whether or not the...

Fitbit app now available for Android

03/23/2012, Fitbit users who own an Android device instead of an iPhone will be glad to know that they can now use their phones to sync with their Fitbit accounts. After months of waiting, Fitbit has finally released the Android version of its mobile app. For those...

Sony patent reveals plans for touchless gestures on smartphones

03/23/2012, Remember a little over a week ago, we reported on Sony’s floating touch technology which basically allowed users to interact with the device without actually having to touch it, although a minimum distance of 20mm was required. This technology is...

Samsung responds to copycat allegations

03/23/2012, If you’ve been following the tech news, chances are you might have come across the patent war that Apple and Samsung are involved in which has pretty much been each company alleging that the other has infringed upon their patents. As far as Apple’s...

iRetroPhone dock with virtual rotary dialer is retro

03/23/2012, Back in the day, people made phone calls by physically turning a dial in order to enter in the phone number, and if that practice sounds like an experience you’d like to try, or if you’re a fan of retro or perhaps you just want to relive the good old...

Angry Birds Space won’t be arriving on Windows Phone

03/23/2012, Bad news for Windows Phone owners out there. Rovio’s latest game, Angry Birds Space, won’t be making its way over to the Microsoft platform anytime soon. According to a recent report from Bloomberg, Rovio’s chief marketing officer...

On/off the Wall iPhone dock concept is elegant

03/23/2012, Unless you have a dock that props your smartphone up while its charging, chances are most of the time you have your phone lying on its back while you recharge it. Well if you’d rather have your phone docked but you’d rather not shell out for a...