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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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University study finds Pokewalker is one really accurate pedometer

04/15/2011, This is surprising news! Researchers at Iowa State University compared Nintendo’s Pokemom HeartGold and SoulSilver pedometer (included with every copy of the game) with two other similar step counters and found out it was actually the most accurate...

Official giant AR cards now available from Club Nintendo Japan

04/15/2011, Did you think those dudes who made their own giant 3DS AR cards were crazy? Did you want your very own large augmented reality card to generate a life-sized Mii? Nintendo’s made good on its promise to offer giant AR cards for loyal Nintendo fans...

LittleBigPlanet 2 hits four million levels milestone

04/15/2011, Fans of LittleBigPlanet, you might want to take some time out from whatever you’re doing at the moment and celebrate this momentous occasion, where LittleBigPlanet 2 has actually hit a whopping 4 million levels that have been shared online worldwide...

Mionix launches Zibal 60 gaming keyboard

04/14/2011, Gaming controllers are all the rage now, and who says PC gamers can’t join in the fun too? Instead of getting to purchase gamepads, PC gamers have the option of customizing their mice and keyboards. And in the world of gaming keyboards there...

The World’s Biggest Pac-Man game needs your help

04/14/2011, If you have loads of time on your hands (i.e. you’re done with this week’s work quota in the office), you have access to Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 and you love Pac-Man, you’ll be delighted to know that you can help to create The...

Developers of Battlefield 3 want PS4 and Xbox 720 now

04/14/2011, If Sony or Microsoft dropped a PlayStation 4 or Xbox 720 tomorrow, developers of Battlefield 3 DICE would be ready to go. DICE’s executive producer Patrick Bach says that his team is “desperate to move on into the next generation.” With...

Nintendo will unveil Wii HD at E3

04/14/2011, After years of rumors, Game Informer says it’s been able to confirm with multiple sources that Nintendo will unveil the successor to the Wii at E3 this year. This comes off news that the Wii will receive a $50 price cut next month. As far as...

Rage won’t be arriving on Android anytime soon

04/14/2011, According to an interview with PC gaming legend, John Carmack, it’s going to be awhile before we ever see Rage or any of their titles making their way to Android phones anytime soon. The first thing that might pop up to mind would be – is it the...

SupaBoy caters to portable SNES lovers

04/14/2011, The SNES has had its fair run during its lifetime, taking down the Sega Megadrive in the process although it has some black eyes as well in the form of the bloodless Mortal Kombat, a scenario which caused quite a furore back then amongst gamers. Well, for...

Sony NGP prowess shown off in tech demo

04/14/2011, We know that the Sony NGP (Next Generation Portable) is extremely suitable for Massive Multiplayer Online titles, and when you check out its video prowess as well as what it is capable of visually, then chances are you will need to pick up your jaw from...

Genius SW-G2.1 1250 Gaming Speakers rocks your living room

04/14/2011, Genius has just announced that they have rolled out a new 4-piece 38 watt (RMS) speaker system known as the SW-G2.1 1250 Gaming Speakers. As the name suggests, this speaker system will ship with an advanced 5.25” subwoofer (20 watts) alongside an...

Nintendo 3DS Review

04/13/2011, Nintendo 3DS Review - This in-depth review of the Nintendo 3DS covers its design, select games and the effects of stereo 3D on games and the user experience.

Kinect used to control armchair

04/13/2011, Yesterday at the MIX11 event, Microsoft demonstrated some of the new things that can be achieved with the Kinect motion controller. Microsoft created a special armchair that is completely controlled through the use of hand gestures that are read by the...