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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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Unlocked, SIM-Free iPhone X Now Available In The US

12/05/2017, If you’re someone who hates being tied down to carrier contracts and would love to be able to be free to pick and choose whichever carrier you want, then unlocked and SIM-free smartphones are probably right up your alley. The good news is that if...

Niantic To Revamp Their First AR Game ‘Ingress’ In 2018

12/05/2017, These days many might associate developer Niantic with Pokemon GO, but for those who are unfamiliar, Niantic actually started out as a startup under Google where they debuted an augmented reality (AR) game called Ingress way back in 2012, although it’s...

Facebook Launches Messenger For Kids With Pre-Approved Contacts

12/04/2017, With kids these days being able to access smartphones, tablets, and social media, we’re sure that parents now have more dangers to worry about. Kids will be kids, but that doesn’t mean that parents can’t have a bit of control over their online...

Samsung Galaxy S9 Could Come In Black, Blue, Gold, Purple

12/04/2017, The Samsung Galaxy S9 is the next flagship of Samsung’s that many are looking forward to, especially following the release of the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the X, many are probably wondering what Samsung could have up their sleeves that could potentially...

Backup SMS Text Messages on Android (+Restore)

12/04/2017, SMS Text message are extremely important for a lot of people. Yet, it is very easy to lose them all when your phone is lost or destroyed, reset or simply when you switch to a new one. An SMS text message backup isn’t hard to do and we will show you...

OnePlus 5T Star Wars Edition Officially Unveiled

12/04/2017, There have been rumors that there could be a Star Wars Edition for the OnePlus 5T, which is actually a pretty big deal as it represents a collaboration between OnePlus and a huge company (Disney) and a massive franchise. The good news for those looking...

Nexus 5X No Longer Replaced Under Project Fi’s Device Protection

12/03/2017, Just like AppleCare+ which offers added warranty for the iPhone, Google also offered its customers a similar protection called Nexus Protect for its Nexus devices, or if you purchase it through Project Fi, it’s called Device Protection. However it seems...

Google Expands On Safe Browsing Protection For Android Apps

12/03/2017, With millions of websites out there today, it is clear that not all of them are safe, and that there are various websites, mobile applications, and so on that do not always respect your privacy and could be collecting your personal information without...

AT&T Promises Nothing Will Change If FCC Drops Net Neutrality Rules

12/03/2017, There has been a lot of debate going on recently regarding net neutrality, whose rules the FCC are planning to repeal. How this will play out still remains to be seen, but in the meantime AT&T wants to reassure their customers that should the rules be...

T-Mobile Lists The Areas That Will Get LTE-A Coverage

12/03/2017, As it stands, LTE is more or less the standard we expect from our mobile internet as far as developed markets are concerned. In fact many are already looking to the future in the form of 5G. That being said while we wait for 5G to officially launch,...

Face ID Not Working For Some iPhone X Users After iOS 11.2 Update

12/03/2017, Face ID is Apple’s latest security feature that debuted with the iPhone X, and with Apple removing Touch ID from the iPhone X, it means that for the most part, it has become the main method of authenticating users. Unfortunately it seems that with the...

Apple Says Face ID Was Never Meant To Support Multiple Users

12/03/2017, While Touch ID is meant to secure a phone against unwanted users gaining access to your phone, the way Touch ID was designed allowed users to create multiple fingerprint IDs. The idea presumably is to allow users to use different fingers to unlock their...