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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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iBUYPOWER Battalion 101 Sandy Bridge notebooks unveiled

03/23/2011, iBUYPOWER intends to spread more gamer love to the masses with three new Battalion 101 Sandy Bridge notebooks being announced. All three of them will feature the Intel Core i7-2630QM processor, and they are known by the model numbers Battalion 101...

Nintendo 3DS Game Manuals Warn Gamers: Nintendo Can Brick Systems

03/23/2011, Despite all of Nintendo’s attempts to block R4 flash carts from working on their DS handhelds, the hackers and pirates always seemed to prevail. For every firmware update and hardware revision Nintendo pushed out to squash game pirating, the hackers...

Xbox Live’s “Games on Demand” Downloads Continues to Rise

03/23/2011, Microsoft hasn’t hopped onto the Blu-Ray train for its Xbox 360 console yet because the company sees digital distribution as an increasingly important feature that will become the de-facto way to purchase video games in the future. According to a...

Nintendo: There Will Be No 3D-only Games On the 3DS

03/23/2011, Do you absolutely dread 3D? Are you worried that Nintendo’s 3DS handheld might eventually only support games in 3D only? Take a deep breath, Nintendo has officially come out to assure fans that there won’t be any games on the Nintendo 3DS that...

PS3 Hacker Geohot Flees to South America to Escape Sony

03/23/2011, Oh, how the mighty have fallen. Famed iPhone hacker turned PlayStation 3 hacker George Hotz a.k.a Geohot, has reportedly fled to South America from his New Jersey home in an attempt to escape Sony in their ongoing court battle over hacking the video game...

Kinect used to create artsy music video

03/23/2011, In one of the more creative ways we’ve seen a Kinect being used, is in this video project by the folks over at 1024 Architecture. They used the Kinect sensor to track the skeletal movements of a person moving, the replaced the tracked wireframe with...

Nintendo 3DS AR cards available on the Android Market

03/23/2011, One of the fun things you can do with the 3DS is to take incredible pictures with the AR cards that ship with the device. But like all collectibles, there always is a chance for you to damage or lose them. Some folks have decided to take photographs or...

Sony Brags that 2011 is the Year of 3D on the PlayStation 3

03/22/2011, The PlayStation blog released an interesting infographic today regarding the state of 3D and the PlayStation 3. According to the chart, there will be about 30 video games available in 3D by the end of this year, with notable titles including Uncharted 3:...

Sony Ericsson’s Xperia Play to Drop on Verizon in Mid-April

03/22/2011, Sony Ericsson’s PlayStation Phone a.k.a. the Xperia Play is inbound – next month. A sony Ericsson product manager said the highly anticipated gaming smartphone would arrive on the Verizon network in “mid-April.” It’s not a...

Mad Catz announces Sanyo Inductive Charging System for the Wii

03/22/2011, The Nintendo Wii was in an exclusive club when it first came out – no high definition graphics and used regular DVDs, but its main advantage over the PS3 and Xbox 360? The novelty of motion control gaming, which has lasted even until now as its more...