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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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Instagram May Launch Dedicated Video Hub today

06/20/2018, Instagram reportedly wants to take on YouTube and has developed a new video hub called IGTV that it’s expected to launch later today. The report mentions that IGTV is going to be part of the Explore tab in the Instagram app and will feature videos...

Sunrise Gold Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9+ Arriving In The U.S.

06/20/2018, Samsung often releases new color options to drive sales of its flagship smartphones and it’s doing just that later this week. The company has confirmed that it’s bringing the new Sunrise Gold color option for the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+...


Oppo Find X Joins Full-Screen Club, Brings Pop-Up Camera

06/19/2018, While Android OEMs are embracing the display notch en masse, a couple of manufacturers based in China are showing the world that it’s possible to have a full-screen display on a smartphone if you’re willing to get creative with the camera...

NVIDIA’s AI Can Create Convincing Slow Motion Videos

06/19/2018, When done right, slow motion footage can be very dramatic and interesting to watch. Some OEMs as now billing the ability to take good slow motion footage as one of the USPs of their handsets and with good reason. It requires substantial processing power...

Facebook Brings Autoplay Video Ads To Messenger

06/19/2018, Ads in Facebook Messenger are nothing new, Facebook has long monetized its popular messaging service and now it’s kicking things up a notch in a way that may not sit well with some users. Facebook has reportedly started rolling out autoplay video...

Dedicated Google Podcasts App Launched For Android

06/19/2018, Google has never offered a dedicated podcasts app for Android before but it’s finally making amends. Its rival Apple already has a separate Podcasts app for its mobile devices and Google is now following suit with a dedicated Podcasts app for...

Trump Promises Apple That There Won’t Be iPhone Tariffs

06/18/2018, The bulk of Apple’s iPhones are made in China and that’s pretty much a well-established fact. However with the trade war brewing between the US and China, we’re sure that Apple has to wonder what could be the result of these tensions? Could it be...

More Reports Hint At Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Packing 512GB Of Storage

06/18/2018, Pretty much all smartphones on the market today cap out at 256GB of native storage. This can be expanded on some phones via microSD, but like we said we’re referring to native storage. However the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could break the mold and...

iOS 12 Will Let First Responders Know Your Location

06/18/2018, When calls are made to 911, ideally the caller would be able to provide their location which is of course vital if police, firefighters, or an ambulance has to be sent to the location. However this isn’t always possible and while 911 can get a location,...

OnePlus 6 Update Will Improve Its Call Quality

06/18/2018, Our phones have definitely evolved to do many things, such as take photos, play music, surf the web, play games, used for augmented and virtual reality, but at the end of the day, it is still a phone which means that it needs to make phone calls,...

This Is How Apple Could ‘Fix’ 3D Touch

06/18/2018, One of the supposed “revolutionary” features introduced in the iPhone 6s is 3D Touch. It was supposed to be a new way for users to interact with their phones beyond just pressing on the display. However it’s safe to say that 3D Touch was not as...

Gmail App Lets Users Limit Notifications To High Priority Emails

06/17/2018, Not all emails are equal, where there are some that you’ll probably want to reply to ASAP, and others that you can probably take your time with (although you should still reply somewhat promptly). The good news is that Google has announced that they...