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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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Angry Birds developer Rovio reportedly in talks with NVIDIA

01/26/2012, Fans of the Angry Bird franchise might be interested to hear that its developer, Rovio, is apparently in talks with NVIDIA at the moment. This was supposedly let slip by NVIDIA’s mobile content vice president, Neil Trevett, who during the Mobile Game...

Microsoft’s Xbox Live titles coming to Android/iOS?

01/26/2012, Ever since Microsoft released their Windows Phone platform, one of the exclusive features that Windows Phone users got to lord over their iOS and Android counterparts would be the availability of Xbox Live titles for their devices. Yes we know that some...

Lego and Minecraft team up?

01/25/2012, What happens when you merge Lego and Minecraft? It is the wet dream of many a fan regardless of which side of the divide you are on. Both companies are said to be collaborating on a bunch of projects together, and after picking up over 10,000 votes on...

Pandora handheld console to ship next month

01/25/2012, When it comes to the world of portable gaming consoles, only two names stand out in the industry at the moment – Sony with their upcoming PS Vita, and Nintendo with the 3DS. Two’s company and three’s a crowd, which is why Pandora wants...

Xbox 360 controller holds your snack for uninterrupted gaming

01/25/2012, Gamers tend to lose themselves in the particular game that they play, interrupting themselves for the most essential of bodily functions such as relieving themselves in the loo and perhaps taking a quick break to eat a slice of pizza or two. Well, Ben...

Snake ’97 for the Lumia

01/25/2012, For old school Nokia fans, can you remember the game Snake? That was the Angry Birds of the day, and you could say the mobile gaming scene started off back then in 1997. While there is no way to play multiplayer Snake in the beginning, it is still a fun...

SNK Playmore’s Neo-Geo handheld gaming console leaked?

01/25/2012, At the moment in terms of “serious” handheld gaming consoles, there exists the latest Nintendo 3DS and the Sony PlayStation Vita, although one could make the argument that smartphones and tablets are slowly starting to take over the scene. However it...

Tomb Raider reboot in Alpha stage, late 2012 release seems likely

01/25/2012, For those who may not have heard, the Tomb Raider franchise is going for a reboot and its reincarnation is expected to arrive later in 2012. Eager fans looking forward to seeing what the reboot will be bringing to the franchise will be pleased to hear...

World of Warcraft: No more updates until Mists of Pandaria expansion

01/25/2012, Most, if not all World of Warcraft players have probably updated to version 4.3. Well the bad (or good news depending on how you look at it) news is that it looks like 4.3 will be the last version of the game, at least until Blizzard’s upcoming World of...

Command & Conquer coded in HTML5

01/24/2012, Remember the classic RTS known as Command & Conquer? Well, an enterprising coder, Aditya Ravi Shankar, actually recreated the strategy game using nothing but HTML5, where it runs on 69k of Javascript. Why did he set out on such an adventure? For...

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 2012 content season kicks off today

01/24/2012, We previously announced that the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 2012 content season would start today, and sure enough all Call of Duty Elite Premium members with Xbox 360 consoles can download the extra content today. The first DLC will include the two...

Antec Three Hundred Two gaming chassis

01/24/2012, Antec has introduced its latest gaming chassis known as the Three Hundred Two. Now don’t you think that this moniker is a rather strange one, and certainly does not conform to the general naming conventions that other companies employ? To each his...