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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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Kinect controls will play nice with Powerpoint slides

05/27/2011, Microsoft’s Kinect has clearly done a whole lot more than what the software giant imagined – many users have already hacked it to serve other purposes, and some of them are even quite brilliant. Well, today we shall look at another way Kinect,...

PlayStation Network ready to reboot in Japan

05/27/2011, At long last, Asian gamers will be able to have their gaming fix when Sony finally fixes the PlayStation Network (PSN) in Japan to get it up and running. From tomorrow onwards, users in Japan, Taiwan, Singapore, and Thailand amongst others will be able to...

Sony NGP might be gimped before release

05/27/2011, Now this is an interesting bit of news – French tech site 01net claims that Sony is in a quandary right now, and they might resort to lowering costs and cutting corners for the future NGP (Next Generation Portable) in order to compete with the...

Sony PlayStation 4 confirmed, is in the works

05/26/2011, Despite all the problems and troubles that Sony has gone through recently, those have certainly not derailed the company’s plans to usher in a next generation console for the masses – we are talking about the PlayStation 4 – as it was...

Computer algorithm depixelizes your 8-bit graphics

05/26/2011, For those of you who grew up playing video games, surely you would have noticed how far graphics in video games have come over the years. Imagine playing your NES and SNES titles on a High Definition 3DTV, won’t the pixels look all the more...

EVO 2 console to deliver Android games in your living room

05/25/2011, Envizions has just announced that they will be offering a brand new console for the masses later this year in the form of the EVO 2. Announced earlier this year, the console will arrive in the US later this fall, and just to make sure that you do not...

SHADOWGUN takes mobile gaming to the next level

05/25/2011, If there ever was a reason to own an NVIDIA Tegra 3 device, this game would probably be it. Madfinger Games, the creators of Samurai II: Vengeance (a Tegra 2-only game for Android), announced the beginning of a new game called SHADOWGUN. Designed to run...

Minecraft is coming to the Xperia Play

05/25/2011, You read that headline correctly. Mojang’s cult PC game Minecraft, where players build things and let their imaginations run wild with textured 3D cubes is making its way to Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play smartphone. The news comes from a single...

New Call of Duty: Black Ops PS3 bundle arrives

05/25/2011, Sony announced a new PlayStation 3 bundle pack that includes a copy of Activision’s Call of Duty: Black Ops, First Strike Content Pack and of course, a 160GB PS3 console. S It seems like it’s a little late to start bundling Black Ops with a...

DiRT 3 to feature 4 DLC packs

05/25/2011, Codemasters’ will be rolling out DiRT 3 with extras to keep gamers happy – that is, throwing in four more downloadable content (DLC) into the mix for purchase. So far, information concerning the DLC packs have been quite scant, where some have...