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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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Xbox Kinect finds a use in Sunnybrook Health Services Center

07/14/2011, A while back we had reported that Microsoft saw a future where the Kinect could be used within the healthcare industry, and it looks like that future has arrived. It seems that the doctors at Sunnybrook Health Services Center in Canada have started to use...

Fling mini starts to ship

07/13/2011, Heard of Ten One Design before? Well, they are basically the brains behind the first capacitive touch-screen stylus for popular devices such as the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Needless to say, they are not going to rest on their laurels anytime soon,...

Razer Mouse Bungee is back with a vengeance

07/13/2011, Remember the good old days of computer games which required the use of a mouse? Granted, games these days need the mouse more than ever before, but the hardware has changed over the years, and just like a vestigial part of the body, most computer mice...

Real time strategy games brought to a whole new level

07/13/2011, If you’ve ever watched the pros play RTS (real time strategy) games like Starcraft, Warcraft and Command & Conquer, you will see frenzied clicking and typing on the mouse and keyboard, and you should also start hearing terms and phrases like...

Nintendo Video for 3DS in Japan

07/12/2011, From tomorrow onwards, Nintendo will offer folks living in Japan with yet another service which might make you take the plunge to raid your bank account so that you are able to purchase a new Nintendo 3DS portable gaming console. Just what kind of service...

Xbox 360 references spotted in Windows 8 kernel

07/12/2011, Is Microsoft working on merging two of their famous names in the future? Perhaps, if what you are about to read is true. It seems that Microsoft is working hard to integrate Xbox LIVE support right into the next generation operating system known as...

AMD introduces Radeon HD 6990M mobile GPU

07/12/2011, For those who started gaming later on, it might seem as though it has been time immemorial since AMD and NVIDIA started slugging it out (with the former under the guise of ATI, of course) when it comes to conquering the GPU scene. Well, the position for...

Enjoy haptic feedback gaming on your iPhone with the Pulse

07/12/2011, Playing games on the iPhone is fun, although games that feature virtual buttons and joysticks can be a bit of a buzzkill, since they never actually provide the same kind of feeling that you normally would get from an actual joystick/button. Well it looks...

Alienware range receives Killer Wireless N network adapters

07/11/2011, When it comes to gaming notebooks, getting an Alienware under your belt is certainly one of the ways not to be disappointed when it comes to more-than-decent framerates as well as having enough processing muscle to get the job done. Well, it seems that...

Ben Heck disc changer for the Xbox 360

07/11/2011, Anyone who is serious about video games would certainly have heard about Ben Heck – modder extraordinary, coming up with plenty of interesting designs in the past that might be mistaken by some to be straight from the manufacturer themselves if one...

Glitchhiker dies a little each time a player loses

07/11/2011, We’ve all grown accustomed to games that allowed us to continue playing without any penalty after we lose a life. Even when we suffer a penalty, it’s probably just the loss of experience points or gear, and sometimes we have to restart the...

iMAME4All now includes support for the iCade

07/11/2011, For those who are unfamiliar with the iCade, it started off as an April Fools joke by the guys at ThinkGeek, but due to the overwhelming demand for the gadget to be made a reality, ThinkGeek decided to put it into a production and set it for a May 2011...