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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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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...

Sony offers new Bluetooth Headset for PS3

11/08/2010, If you happen to own a PS3 and would love to give your in-game communications a stylish boost, then feel free to check out the new Bluetooth headset for the console. While it is tipped to deliver a similar, unparalleled gaming experience as its...

RGB LED Tetris Game

11/08/2010, Since Tetris was originally conceived by a Russian, it makes perfect sense for his fellow countryman, Stanislav Ponomarev, to utilize his knowledge of the NerdKit Microcontroller in order to churn out the rather impressive RGB LED Tetris Game. This might...

Tactile+Plus makes arcade gaming a snap

11/08/2010, The Tactile+Plus for iPhone and iPod touch that is being sold by Japan aims to make arcade gaming simple on either device. Looking like some sort of weird stickers, it is capable of letting you handle the latest games on the iOS platform such as Street...

Microsoft Kinect Sold Out At Various Retailers

11/07/2010, Considering the amount of pent-up demand for Microsoft’s motion-sensing Kinect controller, it shouldn’t be too surprising to hear that big name retailers such as Best Buy, Amazon and GameStop have sold out of the Kinect standalone device and...

Microsoft Kinect Hacked Already, But Not For Money

11/07/2010, We already know that there is a $2,000 bounty for an open source driver for Microsoft’s Kinect and now some hacker out there has managed to hack the Kinect, and it wasn’t done for the prize money. The person behind this is the same person who...

Tactile Stickers Turns Touchscreens Into Gaming Controllers

11/05/2010, If you like to have a smartphone, like the iPhone, with a touchscreen but miss having tactile buttons for game play, then you should consider the Tactile+Plus adhesives, which are stickers that have raised bumps on them so you can feel around and press on...

Augmented Reality Laser Tag Gaming Patent for the iPhone

11/05/2010, There’s a game of laser tag for that. To parody Apple’s trademarked “there’s an app for that” slogan, the company has applied for a patent that will bring augmented reality laser tag-like gaming to the iPhone that would take...

$2,000 bounty on offer for open-source Kinect driver

11/05/2010, Adafruit Industries has decided that there will be a $2,000 bounty for the first person who manages to come up with an open-source Kinect driver. After all, an Adafruit employee did mention to CNET that Kinect is “amazing hardware that...

Microsoft Kinect teardown

11/04/2010, Microsoft has some pretty lofty sales targets for its Kinect system, where it is tipped to sell at least 5 million units this fall. The good people over at iFixit has already taken their Kinect apart, and here’s the “post-mortem” of the...