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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


Angry Birds study says male gamers are the more lucrative market

09/12/2011, We all know what a worldwide phenomenon Angry Birds is at the moment, and I am afraid that eventually Angry Birds might be the downfall of Rovio. After all, Motorola was in the doldrums after the immensely successful RAZR line of phones, making them a...

Gamestop Android gaming tablet in 2012?

09/12/2011, Want a surefire way to lose money and irk those who have faith in your company? Just churn out a piece of hardware that you know have absolutely no chance of survival in the current (and future) ecosystem. Some believe that Gamestop is heading down a...

New Battlefield 3 footage leaks online

09/12/2011, While there’s tons of official footage for Battlefield 3 on the internet, leaked videos of the actual game in action isn’t too common. Well today, we’re happy to report to those of you looking for a fix of more Battlefield 3 footage, a...

Star Trek Online free to play details released

09/09/2011, As most of you Trekkie gamers would know – the Star Trek Online MMO is going to be a free to play game before the end of the year, following the footsteps of numerous titles that have adopted a similar model recently. Cryptic, the developer, has just...

Mario in a box powered by Teagueduino

09/09/2011, Ever wanted to play Mario in a box? We’re not sure why you would, but it looks like Adam Kumpf and his team have created what they’re calling a video game in a box. It utilizes Teagueduino (which seems to be based on Arduino) and the game they created...

Battlefield 3 – Operation Guillotine trailer released (updated)

09/09/2011, Ready to kickstart your weekend with more trailers from your favorite upcoming game? The folks over at EA/DICE have heard your wishes and released a new trailer for the highly anticipated game, Battlefield 3. Titled Operation Guillotine, the trailer (also...

Uncharted 3: Drake’s Deception gets a TV spot

09/09/2011, Can’t wait to immerse yourself in Drake’s upcoming adventure in Uncharted 3? While it won’t be too long until the game is released (11/1/11), Sony has decided to kickstart the advertising campaign for the game with the first TV Spot....

Vestel delivers Android gaming to your living room

09/08/2011, Granted, if you want a true blue gaming experience in your living room, either you go with a desktop computer that has been rigged out, or you might want to settle for a home console instead. Games on the smartphone platform just do not quite make the cut...

G Cloud LTE cloud gaming service to debut in October

09/08/2011, Ubitus Inc. might not be a name that you are familiar with, but it might soon explode across the world as they are already a leader in cloud computing, with plans to roll out the first LTE cloud gaming service in the world, dubbing it the G Cloud. G Cloud...

Nintendo 3DS sales up by 260% after price cut

09/08/2011, If there’s one thing that makes products sell even better than upgrades or new features – you can’t seem to go wrong with price reduction. If you need any proof, look no further than the HP TouchPad. Another company that cut the prices for...

MountMe X-Me keeps your consoles in place

09/08/2011, MountMe – the company behind the versatile Freedom and Freedom II cases for iPad tablets has decided to take its expertise and experience in mounting tablets over to the console market. It has just announced the launch of the X-Me – a mounting...

Big Game Hunter: Hunting Party brings guns to the Xbox 360

09/08/2011, One of the best parts about the Xbox 360 Kinect is the fact that it doesn’t require any controllers – users just move their arms and bodies around in front of the camera to play the games. There’s no need for extra controllers or...