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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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N-Control introduces souped up Xbox 360 controller

11/11/2010, The stock Xbox 360 controller ain’t too shabby at all when in action, and it certainly isn’t the worst controller for a home console to date. Well, it isn’t perfect either, which means folks are waiting for an improved D-pad which...

Microsoft Kinect now runs on OS X

11/11/2010, We all know that the Kinect’s Windows open source code is already available to the masses, and it didn’t take too long for someone else to hack it so that it can run on the OS X. Hacker Theo Watson is responsible for this OS X port of...

Call of Duty Black Ops brings $360M on day 1

11/11/2010, The CoD Black Ops team has created beautiful graphics using 2005 technology It’s a good surprise for its publisher, Activision: Call of Duty Black Ops has beaten the sales figures (US+UK) of its predecessor Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. Both games...

Apple Releases The OSX 10.6.5 Update For Mac Users

11/10/2010, Mac users should take note that Apple has released the Mac OS X 10.6.5 update, the fifth maintenance update for Snow Leopard, via Software Update. The update offers a bunch of fixes that have been implemented since the last release of Mac OS X 10.6.4...

Kinect open source driver for Windows available for download

11/10/2010, Remember the $2,000 bounty for a hacked version of an open source Kinect driver? Well, someone managed to “break” Kinect, so to speak, but did not do it out of the love of money (how noble). Hector Martin (@marcan42) of Marconsoft, on the...

JavaScript Game Boy emulator

11/10/2010, The Nintendo Game Boy might have been discontinued for many years now, but that doesn’t mean the portable console lacks any love. No sir, Imran Nazar has decided to use his rather extensive programming know-how to build a Game Boy emulator using...

Microsoft Planning ESPN-branded Xbox 360?

11/10/2010, A mockup of an ESPN-branded Xbox 360 has just surfaced; the picture was apparently discovered on a Microsoft PR server. Specific details on this console weren’t mentioned, but speculation is that it could be part of a branding exercise or the...

LoveFilm Now Available On The PS3 In UK

11/10/2010, The folks over in UK should be pretty happy to hear that LoveFilm has confirmed that the PS3 will be getting LoveFilm movie streaming. Such a move is definitely a win for Sony as it can add to the list of the console’s accomplishments, including the...

Magic Fiddle iPad App Turns Your iPad Into A Violin

11/10/2010, Smule, the creator of the popular Magic Piano iPad app has now come up with a Magic Fiddle app for iPad users, allowing users to try playing the fiddle with the iPad. One of the stranger aspects of this iPad game is that you’re supposed to rest...

Microsoft Sues Motorola Over Royalties

11/10/2010, Lawsuits aren’t uncommon amongst large companies and now Microsoft has filed suit against Motorola, claiming that Motorola broke its promise with regards to patent licensing related to the Xbox 360. As you might know, not everything inside the Xbox...

Tron Xbox 360 controller lights up your gaming time

11/09/2010, Are you looking forward to the 3D version of Tron? Well, we have news for you – you can definitely soup up your gaming sessions with the Tron Xbox 360 controller for $50. The main drawback we have about this would be the lack of wireless...

Rugged NERF Remote For Wii Visits The FCC

11/09/2010, Considering the amount of swinging that games on the Nintendo Wii require, it’s easy to imagine many Wiimotes being smashed as they accidentally slip from your grip. If you’ve experienced the heartbreak of smashing your Wiimote before,...

Infinity Blade Offers Offers Amazing Console-level Graphics On iOS

11/09/2010, You might remember a game that featured console-level graphics a while back, introduced as “Project Sword”. Now Epic Games has launched the game for iOS devices, dubbed Infinity Blade, giving you a taste of what the Unreal 3 engine can do when...