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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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AMD Gets Rid of ATI Branding

08/30/2010, Chipmaker AMD is rebranding itself and will be eliminating the ATI mark from its graphics chip moving forward. The plan is to switch “ATI Radeon” and “ATI FirePro” with “Radeon” and “FirePro” and add...

Xbox Live Gold membership price revision

08/30/2010, Microsoft is going the polar opposite to Nintendo by announcing an increase in Xbox Live Gold membership from November 1 onwards in the following territories – US, Canada, Mexico and the UK. For those living Stateside, a one-month Gold subscription...

Nintendo introduces price cuts for DSi and DSi XL units

08/30/2010, Have you been waiting to upgrade your old school Nintendo DS into the DSi and DSi XL units, but never really made the jump simply because of the price barrier? Well, come September 12th, you’ll be a very happy person since Nintendo will be slashing...

PS Jailbreak Already Halted By Courts

08/27/2010, The honeymoon for the PS Jailbreak might be over just as it started as Sony was granted a temporary ban on the PS Jailbreak in Australia that will prevent the device from being sold in the country until a decision from the courts is made. Apparently Sony...

Pikachu DSi Charger looks super cute

08/27/2010, If you are a hardware manufacturer reading this, it just goes to show that churning out devices for the market need not be dreary and boring – case in point, the DSi charger that you see above. It is otherwise known as the Pikachu DSi Charger and...

Nike and Wii hacked together, provides challenging workout

08/27/2010, NIKE78 – Nick Marsh | ‘NIKE Wiis’ from NIKE78 on Vimeo. While the Nintendo Wii isn’t going to be part of your daily workout regiment anytime soon, British tinkerer Nick Marsh managed to cobble together a hack that merges a pair of...

Microsoft Kinect Beta Program Rolls Out

08/27/2010, You might remember that Microsoft was busy sending out invites a few weeks back, inviting folks to participate in the Kinect Beta Program. Well, the invites should be legit, as users are reporting that they’ve managed to participate in the program,...

Mag Gun Controller: Resistance is futile

08/27/2010, The Mag Gun Controller is one of the more interesting DIY products we’ve seen to date, since it will not only work with multiple consoles, it also boasts logical controls that ought to have you scrambling for First Person Shooter titles all over...

iControlPad enters production yet again

08/26/2010, The iControlPad has been seen a few times in the past, and it is now in its final production form with an initial run of 3,000 units ready to hit the market. There is still no word on pricing, but sales will apparently begin from next month onwards,...

Microsoft to boost Xbox LIVE audio quality this coming fall

08/26/2010, Microsoft has plans to improve the technical quality of voice communication for its Xbox LIVE service through a system update which is set to arrive this fall. The update will also coincide with the Kinect’s November launch, so you ought to be able...

Commodore announces Commodore PC64

08/26/2010, Commodore USA will be rolling out its latest device known as the Commodore PC64, which will be powered by an Intel Atom processor while boasting up to 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a SATA 1TB hard drive, with an HDMI output to cater to those who want to hook it up to...

Sony PS4 will support physical media

08/26/2010, While digital downloads might seem to be the way of the future, it seems that such a digital future is still a long way off, according to Sony Computer Entertainment CEO Kaz Hirai. He did rule out future digital-only PlayStation consoles (the PS4,...

x3JAILBREAK Allows You To Backup Your PS3 Games On The Cheap

08/25/2010, We recently brought the PS Jailbreak USB modchip to your attention, which is a USB device that claims to allow users to create backups of their original games on the internal or an external drive connected to the PS3. One of the stumbling blocks for many...

Virtual Boy fans rejoice with FlashBoy Plus

08/25/2010, All five Virtual Boy fans of you out there, it is time to pop the champagne – after all, Richard Hutchinson came up with an update to his first Virtual Boy dev kit known as FlashBoy Plus. This will be the second generation of the emulator, boasting...