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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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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...

Xbox 360 S 250GB hard drive can now be purchased

08/20/2010, Those who want to pick up a hard drive for the Xbox 360 S that comes with just 4GB of storage space, today’s the day you perform a cartwheel and jump for joy. After all, someone spotted 250GB hard drives for the refreshed Xbox 360 in a local store,...

Windows Phone 7 set to rock and roll with Xbox 360 Kinect features

08/20/2010, Who would have figured out that integration between Windows Phone 7 and the Xbox 360 Kinect would be possible (apart from the fact that both are from Microsoft, of course)? Those who are in attendance at Gamescom might have caught wind of news that Kudo...

Voting Machine Tweaked To Run Pac-Man

08/19/2010, The Sequoia AVC EDGE voting machine may not be well known for its tight security as many folks have already found out that it can be tampered with. Now the security researchers over at the University of Michigan probably had a craving for Pac-Man...

BRD 06 Full Car Motion Simulator is the bomb

08/19/2010, Ballracing Developments (BRD) has introduced the BRD 06 Full Car Motion Simulator which prides itself in delivering the most realistic racing experience possible, courtesy of its simulator control technology that was specially designed by racing drivers...

New Sony PSP might take the iPhone route

08/19/2010, Wait a minute – does this mean that the new Sony PSP will be able to make phone calls? Hardly, but what we will focus on here would be whispers of the upcoming PSP’s ability to feature touch controls located on the reverse side of the unit....