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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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Android Sees Increase In Market Share At The Expense Of iOS

08/18/2016, Without a doubt, Android and iOS are basically the two dominant smartphone operating systems in the market today, although we guess to call iOS dominant is a bit weird when you look at the market shares of both platforms. According to the latest figures...

Why Do OEMs Create Custom Android Skins?

08/18/2016, While most users don’t mind so much about the kind of Android skin* used by handset makers, many people wonder why phone makers don’t keep Google’s default Android skin (user interface).

Some Galaxy Note 7 Color Options Could Be In Short Supply

08/18/2016, If you weren’t quick on pulling the trigger when it came to pre-ordering the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, there is a good chance that you might be facing some shipping delays. According to the folks at Android Central, they have been tipped off that certain...

Alexa Can Now Find Your Phone With Trackr

08/18/2016, Have you ever walked around your home looking for a missing item, like your keys, wallet, or phone? Have you ever yelled out to whoever’s at home if they have seen said item? We’re sure pretty sure that everyone has done that before in their lives,...

Sprint HTC One E8 Marshmallow Update Finally Arrives

08/18/2016, A mid-range HTC smartphone that has long been forgotten is finally getting the Marshmallow update on Sprint. Those who own an HTC One E8 on Sprint should keep their eyes peeled for an update notification as the carrier has now rolled out Marshmallow for...

Android Nougat Release Date Might Be August 22nd

08/18/2016, Google released developer previews of its next major Android update even before it had formally announced it. For the better part of this year we have referred to it as Android N. Even Google didn’t have a name by the time I/O 2016 came around so it...

Sprint Launches Unlimited Data Plan As Well

08/18/2016, Earlier today T-Mobile announced its uncarrier 12 move which kills data plans for good and offers a single unlimited option to postpaid and eventually to prepaid customers. Sprint is following up with its own announcement today. It has launched Unlimited...

T-Mobile Kills The Data Plan With Uncarrier 12

08/18/2016, T-Mobile has been disrupting the wireless industry in the United States with its uncarrier moves and the latest shakes up the industry in a big way. I’m guessing someone at Magenta asked CEO John Legere what they should do about data plans and he...

Huawei P9 Review

08/18/2016, The Huawei P9 is the tip of the spear of the Huawei smartphone lineup. Designed with the latest technologies that Huawei can field to the market, the P9 has a thin and light design, an innovative dual-camera setup in the back and a fast Kirin 950 chip...

Intel Could Be Making Apple’s A-Series Chipsets In The Future

08/18/2016, When it comes to mobile, Qualcomm is the clear leader for mobile chipsets. Intel has tried their hand at trying to get in on the market, but it’s safe to say that they haven’t really had much success, at least not on the same level that they have had...

LG X Power Will Be Making Its Way To The US Via Cricket

08/18/2016, Display resolution, screen size, RAM, and camera megapixels are some of the things customers look for when they’re shopping for a new phone. However there are other factors to consider, such as battery size. Some users who need their phone to stay alive...

The Galaxy Note 7’s Gorilla Glass 5 Display Is Easily Scratched

08/18/2016, Back in July, Corning announced their latest Gorilla Glass product in the form of the Gorilla Glass 5. Naturally with every iteration of Gorilla Glass, Corning has made it tougher to shatter, but unfortunately it seems that the company might not have paid...