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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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Sony Ericsson Xperia Play on sale now

05/19/2011, After months since Sony Ericsson officially announced the world’s first Android gaming smartphone, we’ll finally be able to get our hands on the device on this side of the world. Sony Ericsson’s long awaited Xperia Play is now up for...

Microsoft clarifies the Xbox 360 replacement plan

05/19/2011, We previously reported that Microsoft would be replacing old consoles if the recent update for the Xbox 360 caused the drive to stop functioning. Well today, Xbox Live’s director of programming, Larry Hryb wrote on his blog: “Clarification...

Kinect + snow globe lets you view objects in 360 degrees

05/19/2011, Taking visual media to the next level, the folks over at Queens University have come up with a way to utilize the Kinect for viewing objects in 3D. Making use of two Kinect motion controllers, a giant snow globe, a 3D HD projector, and some additional...

Rockstar Games: Sony PS3 overheats with firmware 3.61

05/18/2011, Rockstar Games, the brains behind Grand Theft Auto, has reported that the firmware 3.61 update might just send your PS3 into throes of hell – via overheating, of course, and we are not sure whether Sony will follow after Microsoft’s footsteps...

Kinect used to translate sign language

05/18/2011, Instead of the usual weird or funny Kinect hacks we have for you this week, we’ve got something that could actually benefit society. Some French folks have come up with a program that can use the Kinect to detect the hand gestures used in sign...

Toshiba introduces Qosmio X770 gaming laptop

05/18/2011, Toshiba has just launched a new laptop aimed at gamers and it sure has the looks to match its internals. Called the Qosmio X770, this laptop features high-end specs to make running the latest games a breeze on the machine. It features a 17.3″...

Monster Hunter: Dynamic Hunting coming soon on the iPhone

05/18/2011, Monster Hunter is one of the most popular games for the PlayStation Portable, and is probably one of the main reasons why the console sold so well. Well it looks like Capcom is going to try their hand at porting over the monster hunting magic to the...

Sony PlayStation Network hacked – not

05/18/2011, Update: It seems that this was not a hack – but rather, Sony’s way of plugging the security hole by taking down the password reset page while they fix the innards before putting it back online. Read the full story here. No, the title...

iBUYPOWER Erebus gaming desktop is new flagship

05/18/2011, The Erebus gaming desktop is the new Super Star Destroyer in iBUYPOWER’s world – that means a new flagship machine for the company, just in case you aren’t a huge Star Wars fan. Designed from the ground up, iBUYPOWER engineers have...

Microsoft is bringing Hole In The Wall to the Xbox 360

05/17/2011, For those of you familiar with the game show “Hole In The Wall” where people become human Tetris pieces to fit into a hole in a wall that’s moving towards them? Well, it looks like Microsoft is attempting to translate the game to the...

Nintendo teams up with Best Buy to improve the 3DS experience

05/17/2011, According to reports, Nintendo and Best Buy have struck a deal to turn Best Buy stores into places for folks with the 3DS to hang out in. Starting this June, Best Buy will be offering free wireless access to 3DS owners inside 1,000 of their stores....