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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 Orca Headphones Find The Balance Between Gaming And Music

08/10/2010, The hardware experts over at Razer have announced their latest product, the Razer Orca Gaming and Music Headphones, a stylish pair of headphones that sports Razer’s distinct, venomous green color. The Orca comes with a plug and switch cable,...

CyberMotion Ferrari Simulator Sports A Giant Robot Arm

08/09/2010, Combine the fun of a fast racing simulator and a robotic arm, what do you get? The CyberMotion Simulator, obviously. This simulator was designed to realistically replicate the experience of driving a Ferrari without actually having to buy one. Players...

Kinect Beta Invites Being Emailed Out

08/09/2010, If you’re too lazy to go to the mall to check out Microsoft’s motion-sensing Kinect, try checking your email, as the software giant has begun to send out beta invites to users who were involved in past Xbox LIVE preview programs to beta test...

Google reportedly snaps up Jambool for $75 million

08/09/2010, Word has it that Google has purchased Jambool for as much as $75 million, where its main intention for doing so would probably be Jambool’s virtual currency payments product – Social Gold. San Francisco-based Jambool was founded in 2006 by...

Microsoft Kinect could very well read sign language

08/06/2010, It is about time you pick up a new language if you’re an avid gamer – we’re talking about American Sign Language here. It seems that Microsoft’s Project Natal, better known as Kinect, will rely on the PrimeSense software which is...

Logitech Unveils New G-Series PC Gaming Peripherals

08/05/2010, Computer gamers and Logitech fans should be jumping for joy today as the company has unveiled three new G-Series gaming peripherals in the form of the Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930, Logitech Wireless Gaming Mouse G700, and the Logitech Gaming...

MIT comes up with heat game controller

08/04/2010, Feel like the Human Torch or Firestar, and love all things pyrotechnic? Then you might be interested in what MIT has cooked up – we’re talking about a new way to experience video games and their controllers, relying on heat to up the realism...

Razer Lachesis Gaming Mouse Gets Improved Laser And LED Lighting

08/03/2010, PC gamers have likely already heard of the Razer Lachesis mouse before, and now the company has updated the mouse to beef up its specifications. The improved version packs a more precise 5,600DPI 3.5G laser sensor, along with a multi-color LED lighting...

Racer Analog Race Game Uses A Cardboard Race Track

08/03/2010, When folks mention racing games, you’d normally think about fancy graphics and fast cars, but some folks have come up with an analog racing game, dubbed RACER, which uses an old arcade cabinet, a remote controlled car, and a wireless camera to get...

Sony has new version of system software update 3.41 for the PS3

08/03/2010, Some PS3 owners who are replacing the PS3 hard drive and recently installed the system software update 3.41 which was released late last month realized that it will cause the update to stop in some occasions. In order to make sure that this does not...

Angry Birds Game Coming To DS, PSP, And PS3

08/03/2010, If you’ve played with some of the games available in the App Store for the iPhone, chances are that you’ve come across the Angry Birds game, as it’s one of the top games available for the platform. If you’re already addicted to it...

Arctic Gym Offers You A Wii Fit Workout Without The Wii

08/03/2010, Are you getting bored of using Wii Fit as your exercise regimen? If you’re bored of it, or perhaps don’t even own a Nintendo Wii, you might want to check out the Arctic Gym, which is a plug-n-play exercise mat that allows you to have an...

Kingston Introduces Its HyperX H2O Water-cooled Memory Modules

08/03/2010, Water-cooled devices are always cool, and it isn’t too often that you see water-cooled RAM modules. That being said, Kingston should have its eye on the overclocking community when it announced its latest HyperX H2O memory modules that are available...

CTA Digital glove peripheral for PlayStation Move

08/02/2010, The PlayStation Move is still rather novel, and if you want to up the ante when it comes to realism while gaming, let CTA Digital help you in this aspect with their glove peripheral. The Ultimate Boxing Gloves will come with snug-fitting velcro pouches to...