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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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Samsung Rumored To Supply 2018 iPhone ‘A12’ Chipsets

03/15/2017, Despite the lawsuits filed against one another and the fierce competitive nature between both Apple and Samsung, both companies still worked together, with Samsung supplying Apple with quite a bit of hardware components for its various products. One of...

iPhone 7 Is The Top-Selling Smartphone In The US, Europe, China

03/15/2017, There have been many criticisms leveled at Apple and their iPhone 7 smartphones. After all this would mark the first time that Apple has stuck to a similar-ish design for three-generations worth of iPhones, leading many to call them “boring”. However...

iOS 11 Could End Up Obsoleting 200,000 Apps

03/15/2017, There are some apps that are designed to do one thing and one thing only, and it might be simple enough where the developer can get away with not updating it for months or even years. For example a note-taking app or an app that curates wallpapers don’t...

iPhone U.S. Production Possible If Apple Pays For It

03/15/2017, Time and again, it has been suggested to Apple that it should start manufacturing iPhones in the United States. The company’s contract manufacturers are located in China and the supply chain is heavily reliant on suppliers based across Asia....

Pre-Order LG G6 And Get A Google Home Free

03/15/2017, LG appears to be taking a page out of Samsung’s book. Its rival has been offering great incentives to pre-order customers for the past couple of years so drive up pre-order numbers and now LG is doing the same thing. The LG G6 is going to be...

Microsoft Arrow Launcher Gets Tablet Support

03/15/2017, Microsoft’s Garage division came out with the Arrow launcher for Android devices not too long ago and it has proven to be a hit among the enthusiast community. The team behind Arrow continues to improve it with new features and it has now sent out a...

OnePlus Launches The OnePlus 3T Colette Edition

03/15/2017, There had been rumors that OnePlus was going to announce a new product soon. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not a new flagship smartphone, only a special edition of its existing OnePlus 3T handset. The company today launched the OnePlus 3T colette...

YouTube VR Video Quality Improved

03/15/2017, YouTube is one of the many online services that allow users to stream virtual reality videos. However, since they can be pretty big, a compromise often has to be made on quality to ensure that these large videos can be streamed properly. However, Google...

McDonald’s Testing Mobile Ordering In The U.S.

03/15/2017, Some of the most popular fast food chains have long embraced mobile ordering, allowing their patrons to place an order even before they’ve walked into the outlet. This helps save a lot of time for customers and even the staff. As one of the largest...

Google Downgrading Nexus 6 To Android 7.0

03/15/2017, If you’re a Nexus 6 owner, the next over-the-air update that you install on your handset is going to downgrade to Android 7.0. It seems that they have been handed the short end of the stick. This handset received Nougat quite late and then it also...

$16,000 Solarin Smartphone Bites The Dust

03/15/2017, Sirin Labs launched the Solarin smartphone with much fanfare in May last year. The launch event had some of the biggest Hollywood celebrities in attendance, including the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Hardy. The unique selling point of this $16,000...

Samsung ‘Bixby’ Name Confirmed Again On Samsung’s Website

03/15/2017, One of the features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is that it will come with a new voice assistant software called “Bixby”. This is meant to replace S Voice and so far we have been referring to it as “Bixby”, a name that seems to have been...