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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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Sony PlayStation Network Welcome Back promo ends this weekend

07/01/2011, For those of you who were affected by the Sony PlayStation Network outage that lasted almost a month, Sony decided to compensate for the downtime by giving away a whole bunch of free goodies to everyone on its network. Well, for those of you who have yet...

Original Crysis arriving on Xbox 360

07/01/2011, When Crysis was first introduced to the PC back in 2007, it was notoriously famous for bringing even the best gaming rigs down to their knees. For many years it remained the go to game when it came to testing out the performance of a computer’s graphic...

Microsoft Releases Nine New Apps For Zune

07/01/2011, Not a fan of all things Apple and you just refuse to buy an iPod? Perhaps you’re a Microsoft loyalist and you went for their Zune MP3 player instead. Well if you’re still using the Zune, it looks like Microsoft has released several new apps...

Wii Cyberbike Costs More Than The Console Itself

06/30/2011, When the Wii was released, game developers and fitness institutions started seeing potential use of the Wii for exercise and fitness related games. One of those games/peripherals was the Cyberbike which was developed by Bigben Interactive, which the...

Shuttle H3 6700G gaming PC up for purchase

06/30/2011, Shuttle has a spanking new H3 6700G gaming PC that is ready to tempt your bank account, where it will add another model to the high-performance small form factor desktop market. With a 3.3GHz Intel Core i5 quad-core processor (up to 3.4GHz Core i7 2600K)...

Game Gear modded to become Handy Gear

06/30/2011, If you happen to see the Handy Gear somewhere, hold your horses before accusing it of being a cheap rip-off model of the original Sega Game Gear. This is actually lovablechevy’s project over at Ben Heck’s forum, where it sports a custom case...

Iwata says 3DS can connect to the Wii U, plus other goodies

06/29/2011, Nintendo’s Wii U is a very different console. On the one hand it’s as beefy as a PS3 and Xbox 360 and capable of churning out HD graphics in full 1080p resolution. On the other hand, it’s got that 6-inch touchscreen motion controller...

Microsoft’s secretly been updating Kinect’s accuracy

06/29/2011, We knew something felt different at E3 when we bopped around swinging our arms and legs in various Kinect game demos, but we couldn’t quite pinpoint it. Sure enough, Microsoft’s Xbox senior product manager David Dennis has let it be known that...

EA totally impressed with Wii U’s power and innovative controller

06/29/2011, Despite a lack of concrete technical specs, the Wii U is widely known to be at least as powerful as the PS3 and Xbox 360, and possibly even 50% more powerful than those five to six-year-old consoles. While the feeling from everybody at E3 was that the Wii...

TechFaith turns iPhones and Android phones into motion controllers

06/29/2011, In an official press release today, TechFaith, a Chinese manufacturer has announced that it will be launching a new total motion gaming solution slated for release later this year through its 17vee platform. Not many details were released about the...

Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D won’t erase saved data

06/29/2011, Have you ever had that dreaded feeling when you deleted your save game data by accident, or overwritten it? Well, Capcom intends to introduce a built-in safety feature to prevent that from happening – you can no longer erase or reset saved data in...

World of Fourcraft transforms New York City into Risk game

06/29/2011, Remember the board game Risk that required you to place plastic armies on a map so that you can conquer the world without much bloodshed, but with plenty of dice rolls in your favor? Well, the phenomenon that is known as Foursquare has met with Risk,...