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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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ORIGIN EON17-S laptop is bulky but powerful

04/25/2011, When it comes to muscle laptops, you can be sure that these are power guzzlers with at least a 17″ screen size to satiate even the most demanding gamers who want nothing but the very best, never mind that they are away from their favorite desktop...

Nintendo officially announces Wii 2 will arrive next year

04/25/2011, Nintendo has just put an end to all speculation about the arrival of their next home video gaming console. The Japanese video game company has officially announced that their new console, the Wii 2 will be a successor to the original Wii and will arrive...

Secret “Easter Eggs” discovered in the Nintendo 3DS

04/24/2011, Happy Easter everyone! I hope you’re having a blast with your treasure hunt or doing whatever it is you’re doing to enjoy the weekend. If you purchased or received a new Nintendo 3DS (check out my review here) and are looking at it wondering...

Sony “re-building” PlayStation Network for added security

04/24/2011, As we enter the fourth day of Sony’s downtime with the PlayStation Network caused by an “external intrusion,” Sony issued an apology saying that it’s not only trying to bring the online service back up as soon as possible, but...

EA might charge subscription for universal gamer profile

04/23/2011, Remember that idea from EA Sports about “persistent gamer profiles” or universal profiles where gamers can transfer their old stats, rosters and whatnot over to their new games? It looks like it’s going to become a whole lot less of a...

Will Resistance use the NGP’s camera to pick up weapons?

04/23/2011, The NGP has two cameras, one on the front and one on the back. We already know that Sony is going to be pushing a few augmented reality games with the two cameras, but how else can they be used? According to Jolt‘s super ninja Sony sources, in...

Super Mario-themed proposal is surprisingly romantic

04/22/2011, For this week’s installment of uber-geeky news, we have a video clip of a guy proposing to his girlfriend (who happens to be a hardcore fan of the plumber extraordinaire, Super Mario). He decorated the walls of the living room where the proposal was...

Microsoft patents custom Kinect profiles

04/22/2011, The Kinect has been used in over 101 different applications and new ways to use the motion controller are being discovered on a weekly basis. It’s been Microsoft’s ingenious idea to release the controller out into the wild and let people go...

Child of Eden on PS3 is delayed until September

04/22/2011, This is awful news for PlayStation 3 gamers! The much-talked about rhythm music game Child of Eden by Q Entertainment’s Tetsuya Mizuguchi is delayed on the PS3 until September. In Child of Eden, gamers can use Kinect (Xbox 360) or PlayStation Move...

Nintendo DS Lite to be discontinued?

04/22/2011, It looks like another portable gaming console is about to get the ax (the PSPgo was announced as officially discontinued earlier this week in Japan), and the Nintendo DS Lite has been rumored to suffer the same fate albeit in the US. According to a leaked...