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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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Activision Wappy Dog works with your NDS

02/18/2011, As if we didn’t have enough robot toy dogs running around the place, Activision has announced that they will be releasing the Wappy Dog this year. Developed by Sega, the Wappy Dog is a toy robot dog that keeps you company when you’re bored and...

AC 310 turns your dollar note into a battlefield

02/18/2011, The folks over at Crunch Gear recently met up with Jeroen Mol, a developer at BeyondReality and shot a video demonstration of their upcoming Augmented Reality game – AC 130. Slated to arrive on Android phones later this month, this airplane shooter puts...

PowerVR 6 graphics for future iPhones said to offer 100X boost?

02/18/2011, What if your next generation iPhone is capable of achieving a graphical performance which is a 100 times better than that of the iPhone 4? Sounds phenomenal (and some say impossible), but PowerVR believes that their very own PowerVR 6 mobile graphics...

Hobbyist creates giant NES guitar controller

02/18/2011, A hobbyist has managed to construct his own “Guitar Hero” controller that resembles a huge NES controller that’s been cut into the guitar shape. Using parts found around the house, wood and the Xbox controller’s rumble pad, he...

Xperia Play price unveiled?

02/17/2011, The folks over at theGamerBuzz recently discovered a contest on Facebook offering the Xperia Play up for grabs (PlayStation Phone for those of you still out of the loop) and might have uncovered the price of the Xperia Play at the same time. In the rules...

Monopoly Millionaires hits Facebook

02/16/2011, Had enough of Monopoly yet? Apparently EA and Hasbro don’t seem to think so. They have just announced a new version of their hit board game Monopoly, slated to arrive on the world’s biggest social network- Facebook. Called Monopoly...

Kinect hack gives you magic powers over Roomba

02/14/2011, The Microsoft Kinect has proven itself to be more than a gaming tool that is to be enjoyed by millions in the world over, as enthusiasts have taken the Kinect to do so much more. One of the latest (and most interesting) hacks to date would be getting the...

Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire brings some fun to the office

02/14/2011, If you ever want to release some stress in the office, just look up at the array of Nerf tags and chances are you will find something that suits you. The Nerf Dart Tag Swarmfire is one device that is guaranteed to have the office heave a sigh of relief,...

Xperia Play Hands-on

02/14/2011, [MWC] The highlight of the Sony Ericsson press conference was the official announcement of the highly awaited “PlayStation smartphone” aka the Xperia Play. Gaming is the most popular category in the Apple app store, so Sony Ericsson made a smart move...

Sony allowed to inspect PS3 hacker’s hard drive

02/11/2011, Things are getting a little messier for the famous hacker George Hotz (GeoHot). The hacker, who is behind the PS3 and iPhone jailbreaks, is currently in hot soup with Sony after he posted the method of jailbreaking the PS3 online. While Sony recently...

EA Games to launch with BlackBerry PlayBook

02/10/2011, Now who said because the BlackBerry PlayBook was from RIM it would be all work and no play? Because according to the latest press release from Electronic Arts (EA), the upcoming QNX tablet will be launching with a couple of EA titles preloaded onto the...

The JOYSTICK-IT helps you pwn at iPad games

02/10/2011, Gaming on a touchscreen can be a harrowing experience for a lot of old school games, especially for those who have been growing up with the tactile feedback provided from analog joysticks and buttons. The problem with touchscreen games that have on-board...

Activision axes Guitar Hero and True Crime

02/09/2011, It’s time to add two more casualties to the extinct games list from Activision. The Guitar Hero franchise and True Crime reboot has been officially given the boot and will never see the light of day. A large number of employees working at Freestyle...

Monopoly releases new boardgame with a built-in computer

02/09/2011, Hasbro will be releasing a new version of Monopoly (Monopoly Live) that comes with a built-in computer that is in the shape of a tower in the center of the board. The tower-computer acts an overseer for the game, keeping track of each player’s bank...