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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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Bethesda hacked, we wonder who is next

06/13/2011, Being a gamer isn’t that much fun these days with all the hacking that is going around. Starting off with Sony’s much publicized downtime for their PlayStation Network (PSN) as well as Qriocity service (which incidentally has been brought...

Duke Nukem Forever reviews pour in, game is a flop

06/13/2011, Duke Nukem Forever had the rare chance of living up to everybody’s expectations. The game was literally vaporware until Gearbox and 2K games picked it up and decided to finish the game that started development way back in 1997. You’ve seen...

Nintendo 3DS finally reaches 1 million in Japan

06/13/2011, You can now let out that sigh you’ve been holding in since the Nintendo 3DS launched in late February because after 13 strenuous weeks, the 3D handheld has finally managed to move 1 million units – in Japan. Although the 3DS was not the...

Sega: Wii U is coming spring/summer 2012

06/13/2011, Last week’s E3 coverage for Nintendo’s Wii U console and controller was insane. On stage, Nintendo president Reggie Fils-Aimes showed off the new controller with a built-in 6.2-inch touchscreen, dual analog Circle Pads and the ability to beam...

MSI GX780 and GT780R ready to ship

06/13/2011, MSI has gotten both of its GX780 and GT780R gaming notebooks ready to ship out, where the two models were designed alongside gaming peripherals manufacturer SteelSeries who have come up with some spiffy designs of their own in the past. Both gaming...

Nintendo Wii U

06/11/2011, E3 2011 was very exciting, and there were a lot of very good demos and announcements. However, it is fair to say that for a lot of people, including myself, Nintendo was the most innovative hardware company this year. Its upcoming Nintendo Wii U and the...

Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400

06/10/2011, The Logitech Optical Gaming Mouse G400 will continue where the MX518 left off, which incidentally, the latter is one of the best-selling gaming mouse to date from the company. Logitech claimed that during the G400′s conception, their main goal was...

Codemasters hacked, user details compromised

06/10/2011, In the latest case of high-profile digital attacks that have taken place, it looks like another gaming company has been hit. This time the attack seems to have come out of nowhere, with Codemasters being the victim. The company that’s known for...

SteelSeries introduces Diablo III Headset and Mouse

06/10/2011, While we might not be getting an official release date for Diablo III anytime soon, we can only hope that the sign of D3-licensed products could only mean that it’s coming closer (hopefully). One of the most highly anticipated games in the world now...

Nyko Zoom Kinect Lens lets you enjoy your Kinect in a smaller room

06/10/2011, While the Microsoft Kinect is one amazing piece of technology that brings gaming to a whole new level of immersion, it does have one drawback: you need quite a lot of space to use the controller properly. Stand too close or too far away and it’ll...

iBUYPOWER Gamer Supreme 922SLCK Gaming PC announced

06/09/2011, iBUYPOWER is no stranger to the computer gaming scene, what with their collection of souped up gaming computers in the past that have kept gamers staying up late into the night thanks to their powerful machines pumping out super fast frame rates. Their...

Angry Birds Rio 1.2.0 to offer 15 more levels

06/08/2011, I do wonder at times – do the folks over at Rovio eat, sleep and dream Angry Birds all the time? Do they see a puzzle in every single thing, where this obsession might actually end up being a good thing – as this means the rest of the world...