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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 adds more value to teleconferencing

04/03/2011, While broadband connectivity as well as the leaps made in the realm of technology has certainly made teleconferencing possible, it has yet to achieve a level where everyone is happy with the results just yet, but this isn’t to discourage the efforts...

Leaked Forza 4 video confirms Kinect support, has head tracking

04/02/2011, We’d heard of Forza 4 getting Kinect support for casual racing, but now a leaked internal video for the racing sim just about confirms it. Not only does the game allow you to hold your hands out on a virtual steering wheel, but it also has head...

Alienware M14X details leaked

04/01/2011, The Alienware M14x that was rumored about earlier this week might turn out to be the real deal after all. Chinese tech site, Zol.com.cn, posted a full review of the laptop alleged to be the M14x online, and provided some clear snapshots to go along with...

Full Lineup of Xperia Play Games Unveiled, Global Launch Imminent

04/01/2011, Today, the Sony Ericsson Xperia Play launches in 11 markets, except the US. With the PlayStation smartphone comes 60 games and six classic PlayStation 1 games available for purchase on the Android Market app store. If you live in the UK, Germany,...

Unreal Engine 3 Coming to Sony Xperia Play and NGP?

03/31/2011, Epic’s Mark Rein loves the PlayStation 3. He loves the Xbox 360. He loves the PC. You know what else he loves? His company’s Unreal Engine 3 on the iPhone and iPad. He doesn’t care much about Ubisoft porting the older Unreal Engine 2 to...

PlayStation Games for Xperia Play Show Up in Android Market

03/31/2011, News involving Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play keeps coming in. In the last week, we found out the Xperia Play would come out in mid-April on Verizon in the US, that it would be delayed in the UK on O2 due to bugs, that Google pulled an unofficial...

Kinect used to help create beautiful photographs

03/30/2011, The Kinect has proven to be limitless in terms of potential, ever since its inception, new projects that make use of this motion sensor controller have been popping up every week. Now a new use has been discovered with the device – a light source for...

Sony PlayStation emulator removed from Android Market

03/30/2011, The rollout of Sony Ericsson’s Android-powered PlayStation Phone, also known as the Xperia Play, has caused Google to remove a prominent PSOne emulator from their Android Market. PSX4Droid as it is known, was removed sans warning no thanks to a...

Sony’s Crackle Now Streams Free Ad-Supported Video to PS3

03/30/2011, Dum da da dum! As if there were enough video streaming services already, Sony’s Crackle video entertainment network is making the jump to the PlayStation 3. Free video always comes with a price and in this case as with most free digital goods, ads....

PS3 Game Franchises Tossed to New Devs for NGP Editions

03/30/2011, The NGP is one hell of a powerful beast and at the Sony NGP unveil in Tokyo back in January, Sony showed off some impressive first-party titles, namely big hitters like Uncharted and Resistance. That’s about as far it goes. Insomniac Games,...

MSI resumes shipments of GT680R notebook

03/30/2011, The worst is over so to speak for MSI as the Taiwanese company has resumed shipments of its 15.6″ GT680R notebook which in essence, is a full HD desktop replacement gaming machine. This comes after the recent recall of the Intel 6 Series chipset, so...