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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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Speculation: Could We See An Xbox Gaming Tablet In The Future?

10/04/2010, Could we possibly see an Xbox 360 tablet in the future? Comments from Epic Games’ Vice President, Mark Rein, has led to speculation that we might just see such a device in the future. In case you missed it, Epic Games is the developer of the popular...

Best Buy charges $30 to upgrade your PS3 firmware

10/04/2010, It is news like this – hearing of Best Buy charging a whopping $30 to upgrade your Sony PS3 firmware to that of 3.50, that really makes our blood boil. Isn’t that taking advantage of customers who aren’t too tech savvy and need a little...

Panasonic could enter handheld gaming market with The Jungle

10/04/2010, Panasonic’s foray into the video game world wasn’t exactly the most memorable, with their 3DO being a huge flop despite offering quite a lot of promise on paper. They are now looking into a new portable system, dancing with the iPod touch,...

Applications Can Be Installed on Apple TV

10/04/2010, As it turns out, developer Steven Troughton-Smith has discovered that users can install applications to the newly launched second generation Apple TV, though it won’t be possible to run those applications without a launcher first. Hopefully, until...

World of Warcraft: Cataclysm Coming December 7

10/04/2010, Fans of the massively multi-player online game World of Warcraft will be happy to know that the franchise will be releasing its next installment, Cataclysm, on December 7th. The third expansion will be available for $39.99 for Mac and PC systems either...

Vodafone to empower Vodafone 360 Android Shop with games

10/04/2010, It is said that Vodafone will be rolling out a new method to download as well as purchase Android games via its Vodafone 360 Android Shop, all for €5 monthly. This would open up the floodgames to select games from various mobile publishers including...

Retailers List Duke Nukem Forever For Feb 1st Release

10/04/2010, Many of you gamers out there have been waiting a long time for Duke Nukem Forever, and recently pre-order pages on Amazon and Gamestop have listed the game’s release date as Feb 1st 2011. It’s worth mentioning that while it might be an early...

Razer Announces Its Mouse Bungee For Old-school Gamers

10/04/2010, Mouse bungees might not be the most popular computer accessory at the moment, but Razer obviously thinks that there is still a demand for it, as the company has just announced the Razer Mouse Bungee, an accessory that will help you deal with the tangled...

NES Console Turned Into A DVD Player

10/02/2010, Can’t decide what to do with your old NES gaming console? Well, if you have some time this weekend and don’t mind tinkering around, perhaps you’d want to turn it into a DVD player, complete with a DVD-tray popping out from the front. The...

Nintendo Will Auto-Update 3DS to Prevent Piracy

10/01/2010, According to Nintendo, the company’s portable Nintendo 3DS gaming system, which promises a glasses-free 3D experience, will auto-update itself to block and prevent pirated games and contents from loading onto the device. The company intends on using...

Medal of Honor Kills Off Taliban Role in Gameplay

10/01/2010, Slated to arrive later this month, Electronic Arts, the studio behind Medal of Honor, is reversing its earlier decision that spurred controversy surrounding the game, which takes place in Afghanistan. The company had previously defended its position to...

Vampire Bat Hunt game takes on a darker tone

09/30/2010, Halloween’s happening at the end of the month, and that is a very good reason to start stocking up on candy as well as other snacks to hand out to trick-or-treaters. Well, remember the interactive Duck Hunter that was spotted at CES some time back?...