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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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Periscope’s ‘Go Live’ Button On Twitter Now Available To All

06/17/2016, Last month it was reported that Twitter would soon be adding a “Go Live” button in its mobile app which will basically integrate Periscope with the app, sort of. At the time it was spotted, Twitter stated that they were merely testing out the feature...

Google Calendar Can Now Suggest Times That You Will Be Free

06/17/2016, If you’re trying to find a time to schedule someone in for a meeting, you obviously need to find a time when you are not busy. How this would typically work is you scroll through your calendar to find the dates and times that you are free and suggest...

OnePlus 3 In Soft Gold Only Available Late July

06/17/2016, A few days ago, OnePlus announced their latest flagship the OnePlus 3. The company announced that the phone would be available in two colors: Graphite and Soft Gold. Now it seems that ever since Apple introduced the gold option to their iPhones, gold has...

Shazam For Android Has A New ‘Auto’ Listening Mode

06/17/2016, Over the years Shazam has updated itself to include new features, which unfortunately has made the app very bloated and to a certain extent laggy. This means that if you’re in a rush to try and identify a song that’s ending, the time it takes to...

Moto Z Play With Snapdragon 625 Spotted On GeekBench

06/17/2016, Last week Motorola announced two new handset: the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force. However a rumor that was posted a couple of days later suggested that was not all Motorola had up their sleeves, and that we could possibly be looking forward to at least one...

Possible ‘Dark Mode’ Discovered In iOS 10 Beta

06/17/2016, Ahead of iOS 10’s announcement, it was rumored that a dark mode could be one of its features. Unfortunately the announcement for iOS 10 came and went without any mention of it, which has us wondering if maybe it was just wishful thinking on our end....

Apple Explains Why iMessage Isn’t Available For Android

06/16/2016, Last week it was rumored that iMessage for Android could be in the works. Apple has a reputation for being closed off to platforms that aren’t their own, and while they have been open to the idea of other companies like Microsoft and Google develop for...

Blizzard Updates Authenticator App With The One-Button Authenticator

06/16/2016, For those who play Blizzard games and want to keep their accounts secure, you guys are probably aware of the mobile authenticator app. For those who aren’t familiar, this app generates a one-time code that you enter when logging into your account, thus...

Opera Gets Native Ad Blocking On All Mobile Platforms

06/16/2016, Many companies are now offering native ad blocking features in their web browsers and Opera followed suit earlier this year. Native ad blocking went live in Opera back in March this year. A couple of months later the feature was also enabled in Opera Mini...

BlackBerry Priv Gets $100 Discount

06/16/2016, Are you in the market for a new Android device? Perhaps you might want to look at what BlackBerry’s offering. The company has announced today that its first Android-powered smartphone is now available for $100 less than its usual retail price,...

LG Launches Four New X Series Smartphones

06/16/2016, LG today announced four new smartphones that expand its X series. The X Power, X Style, X Mach and X Max are joining the X Cam and X Screen to bulk up the company’s mass-tier offerings. Each new device in the X series has a unique feature...

Galaxy Note 7 Mass Production Expected To Begin Next Month

06/16/2016, Samsung’s next flagship smartphone is just around the corner. The company is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 7 in early August, and a report out of Korea suggests that it’s going to start mass production of the new Note handset in July....

Android N Developer Preview 4 Released By Google

06/15/2016, Google has just released the fourth developer preview of Android N – the next major iteration of Android that still remains unnamed – though there appears to be an indication that it could be called Nutella. At first glance it doesn’t...