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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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Duke Nukem Forever “Shrinkage” trailer released

05/05/2011, The clock is counting down to Duke Nukem Forever‘s release faster than ever and I can’t wait for it. I can’t remember the last time I saw a funny first-person shooter that looked this enjoyable in ages. 2K Games and developers Gearbox...

EA: Battlefield 3 is better than Call of Duty in every way

05/05/2011, Everybody has an opinion and in the case of EA’s John Riccitiello thinks DICE’s Battlefield 3 is superior to Activision’s Call of Duty first-person shooter games. That’s certainly a bold statement considering how large a fan base...

Assassin’s Creed: Revelations officially announced

05/05/2011, It’s official, Assassin’s Creed Revelations is the next game in the series (not that we had any doubts). According to Ubisoft, the game will center around Ezio Auditore again and not Altair as hinted by the Facebook leak. The game will take...

HR3D from MIT: A Better 3D Screen Than the Nintendo 3DS, But…

05/05/2011, Although Nintendo has done a great job at introducing glasses-less 3D technology to a mass audience, the Nintendo 3DS display has a couple of things that would need serious improvements: brightness  and power consumption. The design of the 3DS display is...

iReadyGo is already a goner

05/05/2011, We used to cover stories of clones, but realized that they aren’t really worth your reading time – unless something really, really different crops up – and that only happens once in a while. Check out the iReadyGo portable gaming machine...

PSN Down: Sony Knew Defenses Were Obsolete (Expert)

05/04/2011, Things aren’t getting any better for Sony and its networks (still down): the government is looking into the huge hack of where 100 million Sony user accounts have been (potentially) compromised. According to Security Expert Dr. Gene Spafford, Sony...

Xbox 360 slim laptop lets you game on the go – almost

05/04/2011, The DIY community has been coming up with portable versions of home gaming consoles for quite some time now, but they’re usually a one-of creation, with the modders having no plans to do another version of the same model. But not Ed. This hardware...

Recycling Entertainment System makes music with old NES controllers

05/04/2011, Nobody likes throwing out old stuff, and with retro being the new cool nowadays, repurposing old gadgets and devices for new features is pretty common. But not every day we encounter a device as funky as this. A hobbyist named Benjamin Gaulon gathered a...

Sony gets help of investigators to look into security breach

05/04/2011, The popularity of Sony’s PlayStation Network (PSN) has made it a prime target for hackers to strut their stuff, and the PSN has been down for what seems to be an eternity already – well, at least if gives the impression to teens that there is...

Video games can be good for health

05/03/2011, It looks like video games aren’t that bad after all. After hundreds of reports about how video games have a bad influence on society, we finally have reports that they can actually encourage healthy living. Researchers have discovered that video...

Is WipeOut Trinity an NGP game?

05/03/2011, Look at what someone found. According to SystemLink, Sony Computer Entertainment of Europe is now listed as the owner of the domain “wipeouttrinity.com.” We knew that a WipeOut game was in development for the NGP, but we didn’t know its...