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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.

Hottest Topics: GDC 2014 Coverage | Oculus Rift (Oculus DK2 Review vs. Sony Morpheus Review) | PlayStation 4 (PS4 Review) | Xbox One (XB1 Review)

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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...

Addictive Angry Birds Game Hits webOS 1.4.5

08/25/2010, Anybody who has played some of the games on Apple’s iOS platform will probably have come across the incredibly addictive Angry Birds game before, and if you happen to be addicted to it but don’t have an iOS device, there is some good news, as...

Order Your Own Customized Portable Wooden Xbox 360 Casemod

08/25/2010, Want your Xbox 360 to look unique and nostalgic? If you’ve got money to spare, it’s definitely possible. A user over at the Ben Heck Forums is currently offering to build a portable Xbox 360 Slim out of wood for just $3,500. The case will be...

Phone-to-console Gaming Coming To Windows Phone 7

08/24/2010, A Microsoft representative has confirmed that Windows Phone 7 (WP7) will offer devices the ability to engage in multiplayer games between handsets and consoles in the near future. It was suggested that the phone-to-console functionality will be...

Sony Considering Online Pass For First Party Games

08/24/2010, Gamers out there might not be too happy to hear that Sony is considering an “online pass” program of its own. Currently Sony already approves of third-party publishers such as EA and THQ charging used games buyers to play their games online,...

Halo Reach For Xbox 360 Leaked Before Official Launch

08/24/2010, One of the most anticipated games of this year for the Xbox 360, Halo Reach, has been leaked nearly a month ahead of its September 14th launch date. The game, developed by Bungie Studios and distributed by Microsoft Game Studios, is one of the best...

Microsoft Xbox 360 250GB SoC Detailed

08/24/2010, Microsoft’s Xbox team has unveiled the details of the console’s system-on-a-chip (SoC) that is contained within the new slimmer Xbox 360 250GB console. The chip, produced by IBM/GlobalFoundries 45nm process, is the first mass-market...

Valve Says No Steam Linux Port

08/23/2010, Valve, which has this year released its Mac port of Steam to bring cross-platform gaming compatibility between PC and Mac users, is denying that the company is in fact working on a Linux port of its Steam platform. Whether the company changes its stance...

Iron Man Xbox 360 Casemod Up For Auction On eBay

08/23/2010, If you can’t get enough of Iron Man, perhaps an Iron Man Xbox 360 casemod might be able to satisfy you. It was created by a 19-year old sculpture student and it looks pretty good, pretty much guaranteeing that anybody who looks at it will know that...

Universities Use Wii Fit To Determine Concussion Recovery State

08/23/2010, Nintendo’s Wii Balance Board might have more practical uses aside from just enjoying a light gaming session at home. Turns out that college football teams at the Ohio State University and the University of Maryland are using it as a cheap and simple...

Will We See The Kinect On PC In The Future?

08/23/2010, While there aren’t any official plans to bring the Xbox Kinect motion-sensing controller to PCs anytime soon, it seems that some folks over in Microsoft’s camp haven’t totally discounted the idea of it happening in the future. According...

Game of Life blown up to king size

08/22/2010, The Game of Life is something that many of us have seen (and played), and those who are programmers would more or less had gone through the experience of implementing the game in code. Well, Windell Oskay and Lenore Edman of Evil Mad Scientists...