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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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Popular Gaming News


Sony PlayStation online storage to be announced

03/09/2011, Sony will be announcing today that their online storage service will be made available to all PlayStation Plus subscribers (the $49/year premium service). Plus subscribers will be able to save their games online instead of their machines, freeing up...

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play available on eBay

03/08/2011, Want to get your hands on Sony Ericsson’s upcoming gaming Android phone before almost everyone else? Well if you’ve got the cash, all you need to do is head to eBay. A number of Xperia Play devices were given away at the GDC last week, and it...

EVOtainment System – when one Wii controller isn’t enough

03/08/2011, If you fancy playing video games on your Sprint EVO 4G but can’t stand using the touchscreen controls, you don’t have too many options to solve the problem. Since the EVO 4G doesn’t have a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, you won’t be...

Use smells to make games more immersive

03/08/2011, If you thought 3D games weren’t immersive enough, a couple of devices unveiled at the GDC last week should tickle your fancy. Scent Science and Sensory Acumen both showed off some devices that introduces smells into the world of gaming – the...

Console prices to drop (analyst)

03/08/2011, Consoles Price Drop: Michael Pachter, an analyst for Wedbush Securities, thinks that Microsoft is going to get a bit more aggressive when it comes to pricing

Philips unveils Dual View Gaming TV screens

03/08/2011, Philips has just unveiled a new range of TV screens targeted at gamers. These displays come with a function called Dual View Gaming and basically allow users to play multiplayer games without having to use a split screen. This will prevent cheating and...

Play Atari Asteroids on your computer

03/07/2011, You probably can’t get your hands on an Atari for an affordable price if you tried looking right now, so the folks over at GoPad have released the Atari Asteroids gaming controller to let you relive your yesteryears on today’s machines. The...

Official WWE All Stars Arcade BrawlStick for Xbox 360 and PS3

03/07/2011, We’ve seen the BrawlPad for those who love some button-pad action with their games, and here we have the Official WWE All Stars Arcade BrawlStick for Xbox 360 and PS3 who love joystick action to go along with their collection of gaming titles....

Official WWE All Stars BrawlPad for Xbox 360 and PS3 consoles

03/07/2011, I am pretty amazed that the WWE franchise has been going on for so many years, garnering so many fans along the way even though we already know the matches are professionally scripted in advance. Guess there is always the need for some drama in our rather...

Angry Birds coming to Facebook

03/07/2011, If you thought you’ve had enough of Angry Birds popping up on pretty much every viable platform available, we’ve got some bad news for you. Angry Birds will be making its way to the world’s most popular social network – Facebook very...

NeuroSky MindWave Brings Brain-Computer Interface to Education

03/05/2011, [DEMO Spring 2011] We know Neurosky for its EGG “brainwave controller” and the various products that use its Brain Computer Interface technology such as MindFlex by Mattel. At DEMO this week, the company launched its new education platform MindWave....

N64oid: Nintendo 64 emulator released for Android

03/04/2011, Fans of the Nintendo 64 with Android phones – rejoice. Thanks to N64oid, a Nintendo 64 emulator, you’re now able to bring your favorite Nintendo 64 games with you wherever you go.  The app that’s been worked on for over a year has just been...