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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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Tattoo Machine Foot Switch Used As TeamSpeak Button

06/28/2011, Computer gamers who play games online should be well aware of the software known as Teamspeak, which would allow players to communicate with each other via spoken audio. For Patrick Norton, an avid gamer of the game World of Warcraft, the push-to-talk...

Microsoft still not sure 3D has any value for the Xbox 360

06/27/2011, To 3D or not to 3D? That is the question that Microsoft is asking itself. While competitors Sony and Nintendo are pushing 3D in the living room and on the go respectively, Microsoft’s Xbox 360 has yet to actively support the extra layer of depth....

Microsoft: no plans to build a portable Xbox

06/27/2011, Nintendo has its 3DS and Sony will have its PS Vita by the end of this year. What does Microsoft have to say about portable gaming? According to Microsoft’s COO Dennis Durkin, the answer is not much. Citing the Nintendo 3DS, Durkin says that...

iPhone and PS3 hacker GeoHot now working at Facebook

06/27/2011, It’s been a long career for the relatively young 21-year-old George Hotz, a.k.a. GeoHot. After successfully unlocking the original iPhone and going on to release several jailbreaks for future iPhones, then fighting off  Sony on his own after...

Sony unleashes three 2-in-1 PSP Dual Pack games for $15

06/27/2011, Sony’s PSP might be all but dead here in the U.S. (it’s been sitting at the top of Japanese hardware sales for months) while its gearing up for the PS Vita later this year, but that doesn’t mean fuel can’t be poured onto the dying...

Duke Nukem Forever coming to the Mac platform

06/27/2011, When it comes to serious gaming, the Mac platform is clearly inferior to the Windows-based PC – but that doesn’t mean quality titles haven’t passed through the Mac OS door before. Unfortunately, one of the upcoming games for the Mac has...

No more will it be, Star Wars Galaxies

06/27/2011, A black hole is set to swallow up Star Wars Galaxies this coming December 15th – as Sony announced that they will be shutting down that online game after sending out emails to players as well as via messages which were posted on the game’s...

ATtiny13 Powered Handheld Helicopter Game

06/27/2011, This helicopter game reminds me of the iPhone/web game where you control a helicopter that has to make its way through a maze/cavern that has various ups and downs, which you would have to avoid. The best score is calculated by how far you can make it...

MicroPointing’s Miniature Mouse Fits On Just About Anything

06/24/2011, Israeli start-up company MicroPointing has come up with a miniature mouse, except in this case it’s not a typical mouse per se, but rather a tiny touchpad that comes in at 1mm squared which they claim can be placed on just about any object to...

ExEn ports XNA games over to iOS

06/24/2011, Ever wished you could play your favorite Xbox 360, Windows or Windows 7 games on your iOS device? Well that may all become a reality thanks to a programmer named Andrew Russell. He is developing ExEn, an open source software that allows developers to port...

Team Fortress 2: now free to play forever

06/23/2011, Earlier this week, Valve put one of its most popular games of all time, Team Fortress 2, as a free download on Steam. Now, for some strange reason, the company is feeling even more generous than ever and has released the game as a free to play game –...