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Video games are one of the coolest things that computer technology has brought us. It started with blocky pixels and a ton of fun, and is now larger than the movie industry. Since Ubergizmo founders Eliane and Hubert have both worked in the video games industry, we will always look at Game Tech as something special.

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NVIDIA Quad SLI with Intel X79 Chipset

11/14/2011, NVIDIA is taking advantage of the new Intel X79 chipset to provide what the company calls a “significantly” faster SLI* experience. With X79, 3-way SLI is up to 29% faster (according to NVIDIA) but gamers who can afford it can now get a...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 breaks game sales records

11/14/2011, It does seem as though video games have been making more money than movies these days in terms of “box office takings”, so to speak. Take for example, Activision’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, where it sent $400 million towards...

Sony announces PlayStation Move bundles

11/11/2011, Don’t own PlayStation Move yet, but have plans to pick one up? What better time to shop for one than this holiday season? At least that’s what Sony hopes that you’ll be thinking with the announcement of its brand new Move bundle. The...

Star Trek Online goes free-to-play 17th January 2012

11/11/2011, Cryptic Studios, the developer behind the Star Trek Online MMO announced just yesterday that the MMO would be converting to the free-to-play model come 17th January 2012. This would not be the first MMO to convert to that particular business model, with...

Revamped Xbox.com goes live

11/10/2011, In conjunction with the release of the Xbox 360 Dashboard update that was made available to selected users today, Microsoft has also launched the revamped Xbox.com website that we wrote about yesterday. In case you missed the post, the new Xbox.com...

DC Universe Online gains 1 million new players in a week

11/10/2011, It’s only been a week since DC Universe Online went free to play, but Sony Online Entertainment has reported that the DC comics-inspired MMORPG has already gained 1 million new players, with a 50/50 split between PC and PlayStation 3 gamers. DCUO...

Steam hacked: credit card and personal information compromised

11/10/2011, Earlier this week, Steam’s forums were hacked and they were taken offline in the guise of being under maintenance. However, it turns out that the hackers did more than just breach the forums. According to a statement from Gabe Newell, co-founder of...

Kinect gets BeatWheel hack

11/10/2011, Hmmm, once you’re done watching the BeatWheel Hack video after the jump, surely something to do with an old school game show would come into mind – as for me, I could not get the idea of a revamped, 21st century version of “Wheel of...

PlayStation Suite SDK beta registration is now open

11/10/2011, Listen up if you’re a developer and have already cast an eye on the Android and/or PlayStation Vita platforms – consumer electronics giant Sony has just announced that their PlayStation Suite SDK beta is now open for registration, where it...

World of Warcraft: almost a million subscribers lost last quarter

11/10/2011, It looks like Activision Blizzard’s popular MMORPG, World of Warcraft, is finally starting to die out. At the company’s recent financial report conference call for Q3 2011, it announced that it finished the quarter with 10.3 million active...

EA Games president may have just confirmed Battlefield 4

11/10/2011, Speaking at a college campus, EA Games’ president, Frank Gibeau, pretty much confirmed that there will be a Battlefield 4. Naturally with the success of the Battlefield series, along with their competition, Call of Duty, EA Games will without doubt want...