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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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Junaio 2.5: AR Mobile Browser New Version Released

12/01/2010, We published about Junaio Augmented Reality mobile browser when metaio, the developer, launched the v 2.0 in March at SXSW. From the press release, we know that Junaio 2.5 features an “improved graphical user interface, easier channel...

American Express Points Can Now Be Exchanged for FarmVille Credit

11/30/2010, Now, American Express cardholders can swap in their reward points for FarmVille credit, an online game playing currency, rather than exchange it for physical goods. American Express is now allowing users to exchange reward points for in-game virtual...

Seagate FreeAgent Dockstar Hacked Into A Gaming Console

11/29/2010, The Seagate FreeAgent DockStar isn’t the cheapest peripheral around, but there’s a reason for that. In case you didn’t know, the device houses a 1.2GHz Marvell processor, 128MB of RAM, 256MB of ROM, an Ethernet port and USB...

Sony PSP to Gain Unlimited Music Streaming via Qriocity

11/29/2010, It looks like HTC isn’t the only one to be betting on the cloud as Sony may be relying on the cloud to provide unlimited music streaming to the company’s portable gaming system, the PSP, with its Qriocity services. Just days after the Qriocity...

OCOSMOS OCS1 UMPC Ready by March 2011

11/29/2010, OCOSMOS’s OCS1 UMPC is a Windows 7-based system that will run on Intel’s Oak Trail processing platform with a single-core 1.5 GHz or 1.9 GHz CPU. The device is slated to launch by March 2011, though pricing nor exact availability were not...

Xbox 360 to get subscription video

11/29/2010, Reuters has inside information suggesting that Microsoft is about to launch a video subscription service for the XBox 360. Nobody knows exactly how this will work yet and Microsoft has several options. The first one is to become a virtual cable operator...

Nintendo Game Boy Web App

11/29/2010, Thanks to mind-boggling advances in computer speeds, we can use modern processors to emulate older systems that were once glorious like the Game Boy. While most of cutting-edge emulators rely on very optimized code, the original GB console is so...

Sony Patents Back Touchpad Support, Possibly For The PSP2?

11/28/2010, Many folks out there are snooping around for hints of the PSP2 and while this isn’t confirmation of what the device will feature, a patent has been discovered, suggesting that Sony is looking into the possibility of integrating a touchpad at the...

More Details On The PlayStation Phone Leak

11/24/2010, Rumors of the PlayStation Phone have been going around for some time and now a tipster has given some inside information regarding the device. Bear in mind that nothing is official yet, but if you believe in leaks, then read on, as according to him:

Toshiba Announces REGZA SD-P96DT, SD-P76S Portable DVD Player

11/24/2010, Toshiba has announced a pair of portable DVD players, the REGZA SD-P96DT, which uses a 9-inch screen, and a smaller 7-inch SD-P76S. The larger 9-inch model has a WVGA resolution and built-in 1-Seg digital and analog tuners and a promised 6 hours of...

Jailbreak of Xbox Still Deemed Illegal by Judge

11/24/2010, Even though the government has revised the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DCMA) to make it legal for users to jailbreak their iPhones, a judge says that the fair use policy does not apply when applied to jailbreaking for Microsoft’s Xbox home...

Some Guy Paid $15K To Play An MMO On A 820 Feet Long Giant Display

11/24/2010, How crazy are you about gaming on large displays? Chances are that this guy here is crazier about gaming than you (or just plain crazy). We’re talking about a person who probably splashed about $15,000 to use a giant screen in Beijing to play a MMO...