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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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Google Assistant Can Help Troubleshoot Your Phone

11/18/2017, Say you have some problem with your phone, what do you do? You could search online to see if there are others who have the same problem and who might have solution, or you could take your phone back to the shop where someone can assistant you, or if you...

Apple’s 2018 iPhones Expected To Feature Faster Baseband Chips

11/18/2017, Apple tends to source from multiple suppliers for their components, and for the iPhone’s modem, it is no different as Intel and Qualcomm are the companies supplying Apple with the hardware. That is expected to be the same even in 2018, although KGI...

Teenage Girl Dies After Electrocuted By Frayed iPhone Charging Cable

11/18/2017, If there is one problem that many iPhone owners are familiar with when it comes to the bundled charging cable, it is that it tends to fray around the edges where the connector is. This has been a problem that has been going on for many years, and one that...

YouTube Android APK Teardown Reveals Possible Dark Mode

11/17/2017, Nowadays it seems that developers are adding “dark mode” as an option to their websites, apps, and so on. In fact earlier this year YouTube launched a dark mode for its desktop website, but for those wondering about whether or not it will be applied...

OnePlus 5T To Get Android 8.0 Update Early 2018

11/17/2017, Despite having been launched months after Google made Android 8.0 Oreo available to the public, the OnePlus 5T was launched with Android Nougat instead. It is a tad disappointing, but the good news is that OnePlus 5T owners won’t have to wait too long...

Twitter’s Tweetstorm Feature Starts Showing Up In The Android App

11/17/2017, twitter logoWhile Twitter is allowing users to tweet out longer tweets by expanding the character limit, sometimes there are certain things you can’t say in 280-characters. This is where “tweetstorming” comes in, where basically users tweet out...

iPhone X Reportedly Sells Out In Minutes In South Korea

11/17/2017, With the iPhone X being priced at $999 for the base model, there is some concern as to whether or not the handset will sell. After all at $999 it isn’t cheap and it will definitely drive away potential customers who might be shocked at the price tag....

The iPhone X’s TrueDepth Camera Can Be Used For 3D Animation

11/17/2017, Apple’s TrueDepth camera system in the iPhone X is used to help authenticate users for Face ID. However it seems that in a pinch, the TrueDepth system could also be used for motion-capture and even 3D animation, thanks to a discovery by VFX artist...

Jony Ive Talks About Removing The Home Button In The iPhone X

11/16/2017, One of the most iconic features of the iPhones over the past decade is the home button. It has been present in pretty much every iPhone since the beginning, and it has also led to lawsuits over its design. It is so iconic that even in drawings, diagrams,...

Report Claims Android Is The Most Targeted By Malware

11/16/2017, Malware, viruses, hacks; those are security issues that aren’t exactly new, but unfortunately it seems that some platforms are more affected than most. According to Nokia’s latest Threat Intelligence Report, it seems that they have discovered that...

iOS 11.1.2 Update Will Fix iPhone X Cold Weather Unresponsiveness

11/16/2017, You might have heard that according to recent user reports, the iPhone X’s screen can become unresponsive when in cold weather. It is rather strange considering that this has never really been an issue (or at least a widely-reported one) for previous...

iPhone X Named As One Of TIME’s ‘25 Best Inventions Of 2017’

11/16/2017, The removal of a physical home button, an edge-to-edge display, and a facial recognition system, these are all features that we have seen before prior to the iPhone X, but perhaps it could be how Apple implemented these features and made them all work...