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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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Concept: G50 Vanguard Ergonomic Gaming Mouse

08/02/2010, This G50 Vanguard concept mouse was apparently designed to combat the causes of RSI (Repetitive Strain Injury) and also aims to look good for gamers. You may notice that the mouse looks very much like a globe, which should allow the users to spread their...

Sony PS3 firmware 3.41 unveiled

07/30/2010, Sony has released the firmware 3.41 for its PS3 console, where it will include a new type of recommendation system for videos as well as games for the PlayStation Store. For those who are browsing through the store, perusing through information on new...

250GB hard drive for Xbox 360 S can be purchased separately

07/29/2010, It seems that the 250GB Xbox 360 S hard drive can be purchased as a separate accessory, according to this box shot of the 4GB Xbox 360, where it states under the accessories section that the new hard drive is ‘sold separately’. Too bad what is...

NEXiLUX Portable Gaming Guitar Lets You be a Traveling Rockstar

07/29/2010, NEXiLUX’s portable gaming guitar has a collapsable neck and body that can detach into two separate pieces so you can bring your rockstar status to a friend’s house and jam out on Guitar Hero or Rockband. The compact design eschews the bulbous...

Nintendo DS R4 Flash Cards Now Illegal In The UK

07/28/2010, While folks in the US are celebrating the legal developments of jailbreaking the iPhone, Nintendo DS owners over in the UK are in for a little bit of bad news, as London’s High Court has ruled that R4 cards, which is commonly used to circumvent...

Everquest II: Extended can be played for free

07/28/2010, Sony Online Entertainment has decided that Everquest II: Extended can be played for free by adding a new subscription option to Everquest II. Thanks to its Extended Membership Plans, players can choose from four tiers of options for their desired gameplay...

Next PS3 Firmware Update Adds PlayStation Store Recommendations

07/28/2010, Sony has unveiled one of the features of the upcoming PS3 firmware update. With the 3.41 firmware installed, users will be greeted with recommendations for games and videos in the PlayStation Store, which should help promote popular titles to the users....

Sony To Offer Cheaper PS3 Move Bundles?

07/27/2010, While it hasn’t been officially confirmed yet, rumors are going around that Sony is gearing up to introduce a lower-priced PS3 bundle that will include the Move controller, Eye camera, DualShock controller, and a Move-enabled game. Such a bundle...

Warhammer 40,000 inspired casemod looks totally awesome

07/27/2010, This is clearly a labor of love, with modder Pinchillo coming up with a totally rocking mech-style computer casemod that was inspired by the Dreadnoughts from the sci-fi spectable that is Warhammer 40,000. Heck, even if you have heard so much about the...

GameStop Ventures Into Online Game Distribution

07/27/2010, GameStop, a retailer of games with over 6,400 stores globally, is beginning to make a push into digital game delivery by acquiring San Francisco-based Kongregate Inc. Though GameStop did not disclose the amount it paid for Kongregate, the game distributor...

Netflix PS3 App Gets Search Function Via Update

07/27/2010, It might be a no-brainer for many folks, but it’s surprising to note that the original Netflix streaming application for the PS3 didn’t offer a search feature, and the only way for users to browse movies outside of the Netflix queue was to dig...

Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Gaming Mouse

07/26/2010, If any one of the Transformer would want to take the shape of a computer mouse, it’d probably look like the Mad Catz Cyborg R.A.T. 7 Gaming Mouse, which features enough customization options to last you a lifetime. Priced at $99, features of this...