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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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PlayStation 3 3.56 cracked and jailbroken!

01/30/2011, Infamous Wii hacker Youness Alaoui (aka KaKaRoToKS) took all of a day to crack and jailbreak the PlayStation 3 3.56 update, which means the 3.56 signing keys are already out, so it shouldn’t come across as a surprise to anyone if they receive an...

PlayStation to save to the cloud

01/28/2011, Sony has just informed their developers that the PlayStation 3 will have a new feature – the ability to save games on the cloud. If you’re unfamiliar with the cloud, think of online services like Gmail or Hotmail – they store your emails on...

John Carmack’s 2 cents on the Sony NGP

01/28/2011, So Sony has unveiled the NGP to a mixed jury at the moment – no one can really say anything about it until it arrives in the market at the end of this year, but id Software co-founder John Carmack has already weighed in with his views, stating that,...

Sony obtains restraining order against Geohot

01/28/2011, Hacker Geohot has been a pretty pain in the rear for Sony after releasing a jailbreak solution for the PS3 console, but in the ensuing months after that, Sony finally managed to obtain a temporary restraining order against said Playstation hacker. A...

Magicka is a sleeper hit of a game

01/28/2011, For those who are looking for a game to fill up their time in front of the computer, then you might want to check out what Paradox Interactive has to offer – Magicka is the title of this new action-adventure game which surprisingly ended up as a...

Razer powers on with new member to Board of Advisors

01/28/2011, Gaming company Razer intends to strengthen the line up of their Board of Advisors by recruiting Ed Fries – an industry veteran who has nearly 30 years of software experience ranging from the Atari all the way to Microsoft Office and the Xbox. This...

Insane 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube

01/27/2011, While many of you might not be able to solve the standard 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube, some folks out there obviously think that it, along with the other 5x5x5, 6x6x6, and 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cubes are too easy, and that is probably why we have a 17x17x17 version...

GameStop estimates Sony Next Generation Portable will cost $999.99

01/27/2011, We all know the Sony Next Generation Portable (PSP2 for those of you who still haven’t caught up with the program) is one piece of cutting edge hardware. Touted to be a PS3 that fits in your pocket, the NGP is definitely a more-than-worthy successor...

Razer introduces the DeathAdder Black Edition

01/27/2011, Razer’s most popular high-performance gaming mouse, the DeathAdder celebrates its 5th anniversary today. To pay tribute to the DeathAdder, they have decided to launch the Black Edition of the mouse. The Black Edition simplifies the...

AppToyz creates an Augmented Reality iPhone blaster

01/27/2011, AppToyz, the folks behind the RC copter/car control for the iPhone unveiled another toy device at the Toy Fair that’s going on in the UK right now. While it makes use of your iPhone to function, this time it allows you to shoot monsters instead...