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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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Sony Ericsson Q3 2011 results

10/14/2011, Sony Ericsson has just unveiled its sales report for Q3 this year, and it looks like the cellphone making duo is doing pretty well for itself. The company managed to ship out 9.5 million handsets last quarter – a 25% increase over Q2’s 7.6 million...

EcoATM offers cash in return for your old phone

10/13/2011, Going green is the way to go, so why not find some way in making money out of this movement? The EcoATM says it all – this startup intends to assist everyday folks in reducing electronic waste while giving them money. Basically, you trade in your...

Sprint to unlock iPhone 4S for a limited time only

10/13/2011, Sprint decides to get into the spirit of Christmas early by announcing that the iPhone 4S that they sell will be unlocked at the beginning, although a rather draconian SIM lock will be “pushed to the devices shortly after launch.” This is at least a...

Steve Wozniak lines up for iPhone 4S

10/13/2011, Nice to see Steve Wozniak being a true blue gentleman, waiting in line patiently just like everyone else for the iPhone 4S before it is released to the masses. Woz’s Twitter account placed him first in line at the Los Gatos Apple Store, where he...

Ice Cream Sandwich unboxed at Google HQ, @Android now open

10/13/2011, We would normally use the term “unbox” for a particular piece of hardware, but why is it being applied to software right now, especially a mobile operating system from Google? Well, the answer can be summed up simply – this is a literal...

Nokia introduces Universal Search to Symbian devices

10/13/2011, Universal search is one of the most common features found on smartphones today, and it looks like Nokia has finally incorporated it into its Symbian phones. The company today announced the launch of the Universal Search app on its official blog. Just like...

iFixit confirms iPhone 4S has 512MB RAM

10/13/2011, Before the iPhone 4S was officially announced, there were several rumors circulating that the iPhone 4S would come with 512MB of RAM. Later on there were reports that it would instead feature 1GB of RAM. Neither was really shocking, although some were...

Griffin unveils Woogie 2 for iPhone/iPod touch

10/13/2011, After dropping hundreds of dollars on a brand new iPhone or iPod touch, the last thing you want is your child to get too excited playing Angry Birds and dropping your shiny new device on the floor, right? Either that or if you love plushies, Griffin has...

iPhone controlled Ferrari Enzo toy car

10/13/2011, Remote control enthusiasts, it’s starting to look as if apps simulating actual physical remote controls are starting to takeover your hobby! As to whether that’s a good or bad thing is highly debatable, but for now if the idea of being able to control...

Bogus Netflix Android app steals login credentials

10/13/2011, Android users, if you ever try to search for the Netflix app in Android Market or any other third party app store, beware that there exists a bogus Netflix app, which you can easily tell apart based on the photo above. What this bogus app does is that it...

Firmware update for AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2 leaked

10/13/2011, If you’ve recently gotten your hands on AT&T’s Samsung Galaxy S2, it looks like a firmware update for your device has already been leaked and is available for download, assuming of course your device has already been rooted. For those who would...

RIM: BlackBerry services restored globally

10/13/2011, After being down for the past few days, it looks like RIM has finally repaired its BlackBerry services. The company announced in a conference call earlier this morning that all BlackBerry services have been restored globally. RIM will now be closely...

Verizon makes changes to its privacy policy

10/13/2011, For Verizon customers: just in case you haven’t noticed or haven’t bothered to pay attention, the carrier has recently made a significant change to its privacy policy for mobile users this week. Its privacy policy now mentions that in order to...

Modified Samsung Galaxy phones have “photo flicking” replaced

10/13/2011, Yesterday we reported that Samsung would be modifying a number of its Galaxy phones just so that they can sell them in the Netherlands, but we didn’t know what modifications were made. Well, the folks over at Sammyhub.com got in touch with the...