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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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More On iOS 8.2 Jailbreak

03/24/2015, It has been some time since Apple rolled out iOS 8.2 (which in reality, is actually iOS 8.1.3), and you can bet your bottom dollar that one of the frequently asked questions concerning iOS 8.2 would be this – is it actually possible to jailbreak iOS...

MetroPCS Launches New Unlimited Plan

03/24/2015, Consumers these days happen to be spoiled for choice when it comes to the type of smartphones that they can pick from, not to mention the number of plans to choose in order to best suit their usage styles and needs. Having said that, MetroPCS, a carrier...

AT&T Galaxy Note 4 Lollipop Update Released

03/24/2015, Remember how Sprint was the only carrier to release the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for Samsung Galaxy Note 4 up till now? Well AT&T is giving its customers a reason to be happy today. Ma Bell is finally rolling out the Galaxy Note 4 Android 5.0...

Xiaomi “Ferrari” Handset Leaked

03/24/2015, It seems that Xiaomi of China has been working on a new handset, where it carries the nickname “Ferrari” – and you can more or less say that to have a nickname like that would mean it will be a high end model, otherwise why add on the burden of...

Oppo Handset Leaked With Very Thin Bezel

03/24/2015, Sharp certainly did cause quite a stir last year with the release of their extremely slim handset that had very little bezel to show in the form of the Aquos Crystal, and you can tell that this is a design route that is worth imitating, or at least this...

iOS 8.3 Will Let You Download Free Apps Without A Password

03/24/2015, When purchasing an app on iTunes, you are required to enter your password to your Apple ID to verify who you are. This makes sense if you’re purchasing a paid app or making in-app purchases that will result in actual money being charged to you. However...

Facebook Wants To Turn Messenger Into A Platform [Rumor]

03/24/2015, Facebook Messenger is a pretty straightforward app. It lets you send messages to your Facebook friends and even lets you conduct VoIP calls. However it seems that Facebook has bigger plans for Messenger and according to a report from TechCrunch, they are...

Cortana For Windows 10 Will Be Able To Track Packages

03/23/2015, If you have ever bought something online before, sometimes you are able to track that package via the delivery company’s website. However if you have an Android device, Google Now will also be able to display the package’s tracking information on your...

Lumia 640 Listed On T-Mobile’s Website As “Coming Soon”

03/23/2015, During MWC 2015, Microsoft unveiled two new handsets in the form of the Lumia 640 and the Lumia 640 XL. As per our previous report, the Lumia 640 XL will be headed for AT&T, but what about the Lumia 640? The handset has been pegged for a release next...

Twitter Testing Autoplaying Videos On iOS Devices

03/23/2015, Could autoplaying a video result in the user actually watching it? That’s the question Twitter is trying to answer as the company has recently begun testing the autoplaying of videos in its feed for users on iOS devices. This was confirmed by a Twitter...

Twitter Helps Verified Users Stave Off Internet Trolls

03/23/2015, Social networks like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or even forums and websites all have trolls on them in some way or the other. Keeping them away can be pretty difficult since it would be easy to just create a new account. However it looks like if...

Cyanogen Raises $80 Million In Funding, Now Valued At $1 Billion

03/23/2015, Cyanogen had rather humble beginnings where they started off as by offering users an Android ROM that was a worthy, if not better, alternative to what was offered by Android OEMs in the market. It was also a relatively stock experience that was not bogged...