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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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Razer Naga Epic mouse goes wireless

10/13/2010, Hardcore MMORPG fans would definitely know that a good mouse goes a long way in making sure your gaming sessions are always fun and efficient, and chances are they would have come across the Razer Naga Epic mouse by now. Boasting 17 MMO-optimized buttons,...

PSJailbreak block confirmed with US release of Medal of Honor

10/13/2010, The US release of Medal of Honor proved a couple of things – war games is not quite the proverbial dead horse just yet, and it has also seen Sony countering the piracy-enabling PSJailbreak simply by locking the code to the 3.42 firmware. Although...

Sony Surround Sound System for the PS3 prepared for shipping

10/13/2010, Sony intends to increase the excitement of playing on their own PS3 console by preparing to ship the Surround Sound System for said console. It is nice to see this happen just a few months after its introduction at E3 this year, and just to recap, this...

Leaked Document Hints That PSPgo To Drop To $200 This Friday?

10/13/2010, Sony’s PSPgo might not be the most popular portable console around, and its $250 asking price certainly isn’t helping it compete with other consoles. If you’ve been thinking about purchasing the PSPgo, there might be some good news as a...

Redbox Now Testing Game Rentals At Kiosks Across The US

10/13/2010, Redbox will begin to rent out video games at DVD rental kiosks around the US this month, expanding on earlier tests in limited markets, and one-upping its main competitor Netflix, which doesn’t offer video games yet. The company had already been...

NES controller receives Rumble Pak

10/13/2010, Hmmm, isn’t this like a couple of decades too late? After all, how many of you rock on to the NES even today? There might be pockets of fans here and there, but how many will religiously sit in front of their TV just to get a fix of Mario after...

LEGO Wiimote For The Nintendo Wii Actually Works

10/13/2010, LEGO fans will be overjoyed at the introduction of the LEGO Play & Build Remote for the Nintendo Wii. It’s due out later this week and will set you back $40. While it’s a LEGO-branded device, don’t expect to be able to build the...

Xbox 360 Portable Mod Looks Sleek

10/12/2010, If you want an Xbox 360 that stands out from the rest, you might want to check out some of the handmade portable consoles from Ben Heck. His latest mod isn’t as slim as a pizza box, but it’s still very cool. The power supply has been...

Lovefilm PS3 App To Arrive On UK PS3 In November?

10/12/2010, You may not be familiar with Lovefilm, but that’s like Netflix for folks over in the UK. With that in mind, you can bet that many PS3 owners over in the UK are jumping for joy at a leaked video (which has since been pulled) showing Lovefilm...

Play Pac-Man Under The Microscope

10/12/2010, Pac-Man hardware always seems to show up in various forms and now a Japanese design professor has come up with the world’s smallest game of Pac-Man, and it’s so small that you’ll need a microscope in order to see what’s going on,...

W!! External Hard Drive Casing Looks Like A Nintendo Wii

10/12/2010, At a glance, you might think that it’s a Nintendo Wii, but in reality it’s a hard drive enclosure, humorously called the W!!. It supports a 2.5-inch SATA hard drive and offers a USB 2.0 connection that can connect to your PC or Mac....

Nintendo Vitality Sensor Patent Shows Game Concept

10/11/2010, You might remember some information on the Nintendo Vitality Sensor that was detailed a while back. Now some additional ideas behind this device have surfaced, thanks to a recently-filed patent application. The device uses a light beam and a photodetector...

Razer Ironclad elite hard gaming mouse mat

10/08/2010, Razer’s reach into the world of computer games has further extended with the presence of the Ironclad elite hard gaming mouse mat, where it will be the only metal mat from Razer which was specially constructed to to enhance and optimize the gliding...