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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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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...


2018 LCD iPhone Expected To Make Up For The Bulk Of iPhone Sales

06/17/2018, According to the rumors, Apple might not make the full transition to OLED screens just yet. The company is still expected to launch an LCD model this year. There are plenty of advantages of OLED compared to LCD, although one of the main differences right...

Leaked Photo Shows One Of Samsung’s Cancelled Foldable Phones

06/17/2018, For years now we have heard the rumors that Samsung is working on a foldable phone. This phone is said to have a display that is flexible enough where it would allow the phone to be folded, although exactly by how much is anyone’s guess. However thanks...

WhatsApp Will Stop Supporting iOS 7 In 2020

06/15/2018, Considering that iOS 12 will be released later this year, this means that iOS 7 was about five years ago. While it’s safe bet that the majority of iOS users are probably already on the latest version of iOS, WhatsApp has since updated its support where...

Valve Could Be Looking For Ways Get Steam Link For iOS Approved

06/15/2018, When Valve announced the Steam Link app, it sounded quite promising. After all who wouldn’t want to be able to play PC games on their mobile phones, right? Unfortunately the launch on iOS did not go the way Valve had hoped and Apple rejected the app,...

Apple’s Restricted USB Mode Might Have Already Been Beaten

06/15/2018, The other day Apple confirmed that they were including a new feature in iOS 12 in the form of a restricted USB mode. Basically what this does is that it prevents (or tries to) devices from connecting to an iPhone that has not been unlocked for the past...

Sony XPERIA XZ2 Review

06/14/2018, A phone full of technological prowess, if you can look past its design and weight. The Sony XPERIA XZ2 is not the no-brainer choice, but has pluses worth checking.

South Korean Carrier Starts Selling iPhone 3GS Again

06/14/2018, The iPhone 3GS came out nine years ago and is unquestionably outdated to handle many of the tasks that smartphone users throw at their devices every single day. However, a carrier in South Korea has given a new lease on life to the iPhone 3GS as...

Verizon Launches Third Unlimited Plan Today

06/14/2018, Verizon already offers two “unlimited” plans to subscribers and it has launched another one today called Above Unlimited. None of these unlimited plans offer as much data as users want, but the new plan does offer the most amount of data that...

Snapchat’s Camera And Bitmoji Will Be Available In Other Apps

06/14/2018, Snap, the company behind Snapchat, today announced the launch of its Snap Kit. It’s a developer kit which will enable app developers to bring features from Snapchat into their own apps. The features that will soon be available in other apps include...