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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.


Sony PlayStation Now Game Streaming Service Announced

01/07/2014, [CES 2014] It’s been a while since Sony acquired Gaikai, a game streaming service, and it wasn’t too long ago that we were wondering how Sony might implement it. Well the good news is that at CES 2014, the company wasted no time in unveiling a new...

Sennheiser Unveils G4me One And G4me Zero Gaming Headsets

01/07/2014, [CES 2014] Gaming headsets differ slightly from regular headphones. For examples while headphones designed for music focus more on a balanced sound, gaming headsets might focus more on bass to help make explosions sound louder and heavier. They might also...

ORIGIN PC Introduces “Most Advanced” Customizable Desktop Case

01/07/2014, [CES 2014] ORIGIN PC has a couple of new desktop computer cases for the masses as CES 2014 kicks off with aplomb – offering the all new GENESIS and MILLENNIUM desktop cases which are said to redefine custom high-performance PCs thanks to its aggressive...

Valve’s Gabe Newell Not Fazed By Xbox One Sales Figures

01/07/2014, The Xbox One is Microsoft’s latest gaming console and at the moment, the competition between Microsoft and Sony is pretty fierce, but can it compare to the likes of PC gaming? We know that the Xbox One has done pretty well for itself so far and has...

China Temporarily Lifts Ban On Consoles

01/07/2014, For the past 14 years, China has placed a ban on video game consoles, but naturally this did not stop grey imports and black market sales from happening, but the good news is that if the reports are to be believed, the ban could be coming to an end, or...

Valve’s Steam Machines Will Be Built By 13 Different Companies

01/07/2014, [CES 2014] Back in 2013, Valve unveiled Steam Machines which was basically the company’s way of breaking into the living room market, which at the moment is dominated by the likes of Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo. Given that the Steam platform is home...

Halo 5 On Track For 2014 Release

01/06/2014, Microsoft has managed to build a pretty popular and iconic franchise for its Xbox platform with the Halo game. Its original developers, Bungie, have since passed the torch over to 343 Industries and if you were looking forward to additional Halo content,...

Three Million Xbox One Units Were Sold In 2013

01/06/2014, November 2013 was the month when gaming fans around the world were pumped up and excited because both Sony and Microsoft were releasing their next generation consoles. The initial launch took place in limited markets and almost immediately all pre-order...

Gabe Newell Explains Why Valve Doesn’t Churn Out Half-Life Sequels

01/06/2014, When will we be able to expect Half-Life 3? 2014? 2015? Well whatever it is, Valve seems to be denying the existence of the game at the moment, despite the mountain of rumors which we have been hearing about recently. After all Half-Life has to be one of...

Microsoft Admits That They Can Learn A Thing Or Two From Sony

01/06/2014, As far as console gaming is concerned, Microsoft and Sony can be thought of as rivals, and rightfully so given that both the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are considered to be nearly equals, with some hardware differences and game titles set aside. But has...