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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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GameBox app lets you play Facebook games on your iPad

08/04/2011, Facebook games can be notoriously addictive. I forgotten how many hours I have lost playing Zynga’s poker on Facebook, not to mention the infamous Farmville game where a mother reportedly killed her 3-month old baby boy for crying during her Farmville...

Mists of Pandaria is next World of Warcraft expansion?

08/04/2011, Rumor has it that World of Warcraft will be getting a new expansion pack. Surely you would know by now that Blizzard has not quite yet milked this particular cash cow dry yet, right? After all, this gaming company certainly has its fair share of cash cows...

StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty demo upgraded to Starter Edition

08/03/2011, If you’ve checked out the StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty demo but feel that there isn’t enough content for you to get a good feel of the game, Blizzard has some good news for you. The company has just announced that they’ve upgraded the...

Rage HD optimized for the iPad 2

08/03/2011, Remember id Software’s hit iOS game – Rage? Well it looks like John Carmack and his boys aren’t quite done with it yet, and have offered a new update to the game so that it is now more iPad 2-friendly. The latest update to Rage HD includes...

Kinect for Windows SDK Beta Updated

08/03/2011, Developers who want to build Kinect applications under Windows can now download the latest Kinect for Windows SDK (Beta) from Microsoft. The update gives developers access to a new set of data that includes raw sensor data, which open the door to...

Out Run arcade game gets augmented reality treatment

08/03/2011, If you’re interested in reading about augmented reality and how the technology is slowly but surely becoming part of our everyday life, here’s something you might be interested in. Does anyone out there remember the arcade racing game by Sega named...

Xbox Kinect to be used in archaeological survey

08/03/2011, We’ve reported before on how the Xbox Kinect was used in the health care industry and now it looks like thanks to a hacked Kinect, it has managed to find its way to an archaeological survey in Jordan which will be conducted by students from the...

VillageTronic planning Thunderbolt version of their ViDock

08/03/2011, A little over a month ago we reported on the Sony Vaio Z which was a notebook that was supposed to give Apple’s MacBook Air a run for its money. The main difference (apart from the operating system) between both laptops was that the Sony Vaio Z came...

Norway retailers remove violent video games from store shelves

08/02/2011, Guns don’t kill people – it is people with guns who do. We have read about the Oslo killer being “trained” by the Modern Warfare 2 video game before he unleashed his trail of destruction that took so many lives, and this has once...

GameStop offers digital download purchases

08/02/2011, GameStop, the name synonymous with the place to purchase video games, has finally launched its new in-store digital PC game purchase service. First time moments are always memorable, and the game to hold the honor of kicking off the new service would be...