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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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Popular Gaming News


Nintendo 3DS springs surprise with pre-loaded RPG

03/18/2011, For the Nintendo 3DS to offer a 3D gaming experience is no surprise, but what we have here is something that might just carve a smile on your face as you mull over the decision whether to purchase one when it becomes available or not – we’re...

PlayStation 3 version 3.6 firmware jailbroken

03/18/2011, Sony’s latest firmware update for the PlayStation 3 was said to close holes that hackers have been using to jailbreak the system, but it looks like they didn’t do a good enough job. A hacker who goes by the name of ThatBoringHacker recently...

Kinect as a visually impaired radar

03/17/2011, The Human Computer Interaction (HCI) Group from the university of Konstanz has created Navigational Aids for the Visually Impaired (or NAVI), an application that uses Kinect’s perception of depth to guide visually impaired people in buildings. It...

Electronic Arts drops hints about Wii 2

03/17/2011, We all know that the Wii gaming console from Nintendo is starting to show its age. It’s been over 4 years since its release in November 2006; Nintendo hasn’t really done anything to update the system. Well it looks like it’s about time...

Turn your iPhone into a pinball machine with the Pinball Magic

03/17/2011, Are you a fan of pinball games but can’t really afford to spend money on your very own pinball machine, or don’t have the space in your home to do so? Chances are, you’ve resorted to playing virtual pinball games on your phone or on your...

Nintendo to introduce the DS into the classroom

03/16/2011, Nintendo of America has just announced a partnership with the National Art Education Association (NAEA) to introduce the Nintendo DS into classrooms in selected schools across the country. In an attempt to give students a fresh, fun way to study drawing...

NVIDIA improves their 3D Vision glasses

03/15/2011, When the NVIDIA 3D GeForce system was first released, everybody was excited about being able to experience 3D gaming on their computers. But customer dissatisfaction soon arose when they found out the 3D glasses provided with the graphics card were...

RoboTouch: an NES controller used to play games on an iPad

03/15/2011, Ever seen a Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) controller used to play games on an iPad? Probably not. Well the folks over at ProtoDojo have come up with one of the strangest iPad gaming controllers ever. Called the RoboTouch, it makes use of an NES...

HARMAN AKG GHS-1 Headset gives you the ultimate gaming experience

03/15/2011, HARMAN International Industries has just announced the launch of their latest gaming headset, the AKG GHS-1. Winner of the prestigious Red Dot award for its outstanding product design, the GHS-1 aims to enhance your gaming experience by bringing you to...

Build your own pinball machine with two LCD displays

03/14/2011, Pinball machines are a real treat to have around the house, but they take up way too much space, especially if you want to have more than one around. To solve this problem, a pinball machine lover, tbarklay, decided to take things into his own hands –...

Kinect turns you into an “evil genius”

03/14/2011, The Kinect has had software written to let it do at least a 101 things at the moment, but every week more uses for the device just keep popping up. Some folks in the UK have managed to get the Kinect to work with two Tesla coils – using the motion...

Angry Birds head developer says consoles are “dying”

03/14/2011, Looks like another case of deluded opinions from people in the mobile gaming industry – Peter Vesterbacka, the head developer of Angry Birds at Rovio recently stated at SXSW that console games are dying and that mobile phones and tablets are the future...