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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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OnLive launches $9.99/month flat-rate video game plan

02/01/2011, OnLive has officially launched their “PlayPack” plan that allows users to play as many games as they want for a monthly flat rate. One of the most requested features for the on-demand, instant-play video game service is finally here. OnLive...

PlayStation Move coming to the PC?

02/01/2011, Looks like the PlayStation Move is feeling left out of the PC world especially after how the whole world hacked up the Kinect for a 101 different purposes. But all that is going to change. A bunch of game developers and academics have started a project...

Tiger Lab offers Nintendo DS emulator on Android platform

01/31/2011, So you think that your Android-powered device is worth its portable gaming salt? How about dedicated consoles like the Nintendo DSi and the Sony PSP? Well, Tiger Lab intends to let you have a taste of what the DS is like with their Android app. Granted,...

Nanocade is a mini arcade machine in your home

01/31/2011, The Nanocade turns your old netbook into a functional gaming console. If you’ve got an old netbook or laptop lying around the house, why not make use of it instead of letting it collect dust? The Nanocade aims just to do that. Making use of your...

Nintendo Nunchuk hack

01/31/2011, If you have a penchant for stripping apart your piece of consumer electronics, then chances are pretty good you might have taken the step to experiment with hacking certain devices to make it work above and beyond its original call of duty. Case in pount,...

Upcoming DS Pokemon game to be bundled with Bluetooth keyboard

01/31/2011, You probably wouldn’t associate typing with Pokemon, but the upcoming Pokemon typing tutor game for the Nintendo DS is called Battle & Get! Pokemon Typing DS and will be bundled with a Bluetooth keyboard. The interesting feature is that the...

DIY arcade cabinet for SNES

01/30/2011, Did you ever think about converting your old SNES into an arcade gaming system? Someone out there decided that it would be a cool idea to do so and since he didn’t want to destroy the precious console, he set about creating a mini arcade cabinet to...

PlayStation 3 3.56 cracked and jailbroken!

01/30/2011, Infamous Wii hacker Youness Alaoui (aka KaKaRoToKS) took all of a day to crack and jailbreak the PlayStation 3 3.56 update, which means the 3.56 signing keys are already out, so it shouldn’t come across as a surprise to anyone if they receive an...

John Carmack’s 2 cents on the Sony NGP

01/28/2011, So Sony has unveiled the NGP to a mixed jury at the moment – no one can really say anything about it until it arrives in the market at the end of this year, but id Software co-founder John Carmack has already weighed in with his views, stating that,...

Razer powers on with new member to Board of Advisors

01/28/2011, Gaming company Razer intends to strengthen the line up of their Board of Advisors by recruiting Ed Fries – an industry veteran who has nearly 30 years of software experience ranging from the Atari all the way to Microsoft Office and the Xbox. This...

Insane 17x17x17 Rubik’s Cube

01/27/2011, While many of you might not be able to solve the standard 3x3x3 Rubik’s Cube, some folks out there obviously think that it, along with the other 5x5x5, 6x6x6, and 7x7x7 Rubik’s Cubes are too easy, and that is probably why we have a 17x17x17 version...