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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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Google Web Store Announced

12/07/2010, Google has just announced its Web Store, initially, it will be limited to apps running in Chrome and it will later be open to other browsers. Users will be able to buy apps with Google Check Out. As usual, when an app store is launched, selected...

Sturmwind: Brand New Dreamcast Game From German Developers

12/07/2010, The Dreamcast console is more or less confined to the history books, especially with modern and cooler consoles going around such as the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. That being said, you’ll probably be surprised at the news that a new game, dubbed...

Game Boy Advance SP Crammed Into Original Game Boy Case

12/06/2010, The original Game Boy is definitely an iconic device, though you probably don’t game with it on a regular basis anymore. Someone out there decided that the portable console shouldn’t go to waste and he modified it to replace the internals with...

Kinect Turned Into A Quadrocopter Radar

12/05/2010, The Microsoft Kinect and Quadrocopters are cool devices and when you combine them together, you get a rather cool setup. With everything set up hunky dory, the quadrocopter can use the Kinect as a 3D radar, facilitating the robot’s autonomous...

Sony Offers A BRAVIA TV With Built-in PS2 Console

12/03/2010, You might have thought that with the PlayStation 3 being around for some time, the PlayStation 2 would be confined to the history books. Sony obviously doesn’t think so as the company has released a TV that features a built-in PS2 console. The Sony...

Camouflage Yourself Like The Predator With The Kinect

12/02/2010, We’ve already seen quite a few Kinect hacks and we’re sure you have too. That being said, have you seen the one that allows you to make yourself invisible like the Predator? A Japanese coder out there has come up with a use for the Kinect...

Rock Band Reloaded Released for iPhone, iPad

12/02/2010, EA has just released the update to its Rockband for the iOS platform called Rock Band Reloaded, now available for the iPhone ($4.99) and iPad ($9.99). In addition to a number of new songs, Rock Band Reloaded brings a number of new features to both the...

Xbox Live Rewards Program Goes Live

12/01/2010, Every company out there seems to offer loyalty programs and Microsoft has just launched the Xbox Live Rewards loyalty program, and it’s currently available for US and UK-based gamers. The system works pretty much like Club Nintendo, but instead of...

Junaio 2.5: AR Mobile Browser New Version Released

12/01/2010, We published about Junaio Augmented Reality mobile browser when metaio, the developer, launched the v 2.0 in March at SXSW. From the press release, we know that Junaio 2.5 features an “improved graphical user interface, easier channel...

American Express Points Can Now Be Exchanged for FarmVille Credit

11/30/2010, Now, American Express cardholders can swap in their reward points for FarmVille credit, an online game playing currency, rather than exchange it for physical goods. American Express is now allowing users to exchange reward points for in-game virtual...

Seagate FreeAgent Dockstar Hacked Into A Gaming Console

11/29/2010, The Seagate FreeAgent DockStar isn’t the cheapest peripheral around, but there’s a reason for that. In case you didn’t know, the device houses a 1.2GHz Marvell processor, 128MB of RAM, 256MB of ROM, an Ethernet port and USB...

Sony PSP to Gain Unlimited Music Streaming via Qriocity

11/29/2010, It looks like HTC isn’t the only one to be betting on the cloud as Sony may be relying on the cloud to provide unlimited music streaming to the company’s portable gaming system, the PSP, with its Qriocity services. Just days after the Qriocity...