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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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Kinect used to control armchair

04/13/2011, Yesterday at the MIX11 event, Microsoft demonstrated some of the new things that can be achieved with the Kinect motion controller. Microsoft created a special armchair that is completely controlled through the use of hand gestures that are read by the...

QPAD MK-80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for hardcore gamers

04/13/2011, Gamers are all about speed and reaction time (well at least most games are) and having the right gear to play a game can sometimes determine the difference between playing well and playing even better. Well the folks over at QPAD have put together the...

Chrome browser arriving on Sony PS3?

04/13/2011, Granted, you won’t really want to use your game console to surf the Internet, not when you have a notebook, desktop or even tablet device that offers a far more compelling reason to do so instead of fiddling about with your console’s...

Steam game mod thieves caught in the act

04/13/2011, If you’re a huge Half Life fan and have played the FPS in its entirety, sequels and all, then you will definitely have heard of Garry Newman as he has long been known as that famous Half Life 2 modder. Garry managed to set up a system that is able...

Kinect used to create impressive physics demo

04/13/2011, If there’s one thing the Kinect is good for – it’s to create impressive videos of humans interacting with digital objects. The folks over at IDEO Labs recently got their hands on a Kinect and coded up an impressive demo in a short span of...

Nintendo Wii rumored to get price cut?

04/12/2011, The Nintendo Wii has been around for a fair number of years already, and to date it has experienced just one official price cut. Good news for extremely late adopters who still do not own a WIi – from May 15th onwards, word on the street has it that...

iCade goes through FCC testing

04/12/2011, Walking through the halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center at CES 2011 earlier this year, we managed to spot something that would turn your gaming experience on the iPad even more immersive – the iCade arcade cabinet from Ion Audio. While there...

More Tony Hawk games in 2012, hopefully sans fake skateboards

04/12/2011, Tony Hawk is not giving up on making video games. After working with Activision to develop two underwhelming skateboard games: Tony Hawk Ride and Tony Hawk Shred, Hawk says that the games will be returning next year. Any gamer who’s played the...

Guitar Hero not dead, series is on “hiatus”

04/12/2011, A few months ago, Activision said that it was killing off the Guitar Hero franchise because of a decrease in interest for music rhythm games. In a new interview with Gamesindustry.biz, Activision developer relations VP Dan Winters said that the series...

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...

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...

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...