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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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(i)Pirates board game takes your iPhone for a ride

03/03/2011, If you thought that the recent Monopoly boardgame revamp that incorporates a computer inside was uber cool, how about the (i)Pirates board game that you see here? This unique title will let you use your iPhone in a totally different manner, as you...

Nintendo has glasses-free 3D Wii prototype

03/03/2011, The case for 3D gaming isn’t really all that compelling to be honest, even until now, especially when you might be required to upgrade your regular flat screen TV to one that is able to support 3D. Of course, it also doesn’t rule out the fact...

Kiss Controller controls bowling game via a kiss

03/03/2011, Just when you thought that gaming couldn’t get any more revolutionary than motion control detection, here is something else that might throw you off center – we’re talking about the Kiss Controller, where its interface comprises of two...

PSP Go sees a permanent price drop

03/03/2011, The Sony NGP (Next Generation Portable) isn’t out just yet, but that doesn’t mean Sony is going to let you anticipate the device even more by offering a lower price for their poor selling PSP Go – which definitely has moved far fewer...

Sony PS3 sells more than 41.6 million units to date

03/03/2011, Nearly a thousand five hundred days into the PS3′s lifespan, and over 41.6 million units of the gaming console have already been sold, according to the latest figured as revealed by the PlayStation Network Analysis panel at GDC 2011. Over 80% of...

Sony to release developer tools for the PlayStation Move

03/03/2011, It looks like Sony has plans to bring their PlayStation Move controller out of the gaming world. The manufacturer of the PlayStation 3 will be releasing Move.Me – a development kit that hobbyists can use to create software that can be used with the...

NES turned into a breathalyzer

03/03/2011, An engineer with time on his hands decided to repurpose his Nintendo Entertainment System into a breathalyzer called DrunkenNES. Using a combination of hardware and software, he managed to turn an NES cartridge into a working breathalyzer unit, and he...

The Wii is capable of playing 3D games

03/03/2011, At the Games Developer Conference (GDC 2011) this week, Nintendo showed off what their top-selling Wii console was capable of. Running a special version of Mario Kart Wii on the Wii, Nintendo’s Producer, Hideki Konno gave a demonstration showing...

Qualcomm shows off the power of their new Snapdragon CPUs

03/02/2011, Qualcomm, the manufacturers of the popular Snapdragon processors that are used to run Android phones, has recently released a teaser video to show off their upcoming dual-core processors. Called Desert Winds, the game shows off the graphic processing...

Havok tools released for Android developers

03/02/2011, Great news for Android gamers. Sony Ericsson and Havok have just announced the release of Havok’s product suite to Android developers. In case you haven’t heard about Havok, they are the creators of tools that have been used to create Triple-A...

Netflix support coming to Nintendo 3DS

03/02/2011, The Nintendo 3DS, having already seen brisk sales in Japan, will have another feather in its relatively young cap as we bring you news of Netflix support coming to said console this summer, streaming both movies and TV shows. At the very least, that is...

SteelSeries announces Siberia v2 for PS3 headset

03/02/2011, SteelSeries has just announced the new Siberia v2 for PS3 headset that will target avid gamers who want nothing but the very best for their gaming sessions. This headset might be meant for the PS3, but that doesn’t mean it won’t play nice on...

First Nintendo 3DS firmware update includes a 3D music video

03/02/2011, While folks in the US will have to wait awhile longer before they get their hands on Nintendo’s latest handheld gaming console, the people lucky enough to get a Nintendo 3DS have just been treated with a firmware update for the device. In addition...