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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 to get new Easter expansion

04/12/2011, It seems that each holiday season for this year is going to get an Angry Birds expansion, and I do wonder just how much pressure the game designers go through to think of new methods and levels to keep millions of folks entertained, wasting their time...

Alienware M18x up on Canadian Dell website

04/12/2011, After being hinted about on Dell’s support page – it looks like the M18X is the real deal after all. The behemoth of a laptop has been reported to be up on Dell’s Canadian site. With prices starting at $2,088 ($2,000CAD), the minimum specs...

Kiip offers real world rewards for in-game achievements

04/11/2011, The carrot and stick is a common reward system that is employed by many organizations, and even down to families. The same applies to how some games work, and Kiip, a new player in the in-game ad startup market has recently received $4 million in funding...

Nintendo Pokemon Global Link arriving on April 13th

04/11/2011, Nintendo has just announced a release date for the Pokemon Global Link, which is set to arrive this coming April 13th – that’s just a couple of days away. This takes handheld gaming to a new level, where it is touted to deliver robust online,...

Game Boys sacrificed to create music

04/11/2011, If you view the video in the extended post, chances are you would have initially thought that it is some sort of classic 8-bit music presentation from a bunch of Game Boys, but the truth could not be any further than that. It is, instead, some rather...

Sony Music Unlimited service arriving on PSP

04/11/2011, PSP owners who love listening to music will be in for a treat in a few days. Sony has announced that Music Unlimited, its music streaming app will be available on Sony’s handheld console – the PSP. Starting April 14, Music Unlimited will allow PSP...

AR.FlyingAce lets your AR.Drone shoot lasers

04/11/2011, While the US Navy have successfully fired the first laser cannon on a ship today, the folks over at Parrot have given lasers to their AR.Done quadricopters as well, albeit they won’t set anything on fire – at least not in reality. They have just...

Angry Birds becomes best selling PlayStation Network game

04/11/2011, And the best selling PlayStation Network game is…? Is it Final Fantasy VII? Not even close. It’s…Angry Birds. Rovio’s smartphone game that has players hurling frustrated birds at a legion of green pigs was the top purchased game on PSN in...

PlayStation 4 not prepped for launch “anytime soon”

04/11/2011, Yeah, we’ve heard this story before. Speaking to an analyst at Lazard Capital Markets, Sony reiterated that it was not preparing a plan to release a PlayStation 4 in the near future. In regards to building the video game console to succeed the PS3,...

Xbox Live to offer free-to-play games?

04/11/2011, The rumor mills are churning yet again, and this time we have what some deem to be trusted sources that Microsoft will soon make available free-to-play games over at Xbox Live.To put it in a nutshell, this means that gamers are able to enjoy the games for...

Parrot AR Drone now works with Kinect

04/11/2011, Want a more fun way to control the Parrot AR Done? Forget the iPhone, how about making use of a Microsoft Kinect instead? The Microsoft Kinect that has been made to perform a million different tasks has recently been utilized to control the Parrot AR...