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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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Techknott Dreamcast Portable Console Mod

08/15/2010, There are a great many console mods out there, but how many of them look as good as the Dreamcast portable mod from Techknott? It features a custom-made CNC acrylic case with MDF walls and a PSone LCD display. The console features an original Dreamcast...

New Xbox 360 250GB Hacked To Play Backup Discs

08/15/2010, The folks over at Microsoft might not be too happy about this, but a video (available after the jump) has surfaced claiming to have successfully patched the DVD drive in order to play burned discs on the new Xbox 360. Some folks do believe in burning a...

Activision announces Prestige Edition for Call of Duty: Black Ops

08/13/2010, Call of Duty: Black Ops from Activision will soon arrive in a Prestige Edition for the Xbox 360, where it will include a working radio controlled car alongside a camera which offers TFT color video and audio to its operator. For fans of the game, you...

Splitfish FragFx Shark controller for the PS3 coming soon

08/12/2010, Splitfish’s FragFx Shark controller will cater for the PS3 faithful, where it enables owners to enjoy the pressure sensitive control of an analog stick while maintaining the precision aiming of a mouse. Despite such performance promises, the FragFx...

Rage heads towards iPhone at 60fps, debuting at QuakeCon

08/12/2010, id Software’s John Carmack is a programming genius, and to see him take the iPhone’s gaming credibility to the next level is sheer joy. The graphical maestro as come up with an iPhone version of Rage, complete with MegaTextures and a 60...

3D gaming on the Palm Pixi looks great

08/12/2010, It might be a bit hard to believe that this is the Sprint Pixi you’re looking at, handling EA’s Need For Speed: Undercover with aplomb right after the webOS 1.4.5 update. While the frame rates will not touch the heights of those achieved over...

Nintendo claims top spot in hardware sales with 650k units

08/12/2010, Nintendo just announced that it has sold about 400,000 Nintendo Wii and 254,000 Nintendo DS game consoles in July. According to the NPD group, that makes Nintendo the prime gaming hardware vendor in the U.S for that period. That’s not it: five of...

Microsoft Kinect clone eBox to grace China market next year

08/12/2010, Did you know that video game consoles are banned in China (officially speaking, of course, but you can still pick one up via the gray market)? This means a good 1 billion plus people won’t be able to get hold of the Xbox 360 as well as the upcoming...

Atari could jump aboard online gaming bandwagon

08/12/2010, Atari used to be associated with gaming back when the Atari 2600 console was the bomb, but time and circumstances have certainly worked against the company simply because they failed to capitalize on the video game market in the best way possible, leading...

DIY Robotic Paintball Turret

08/11/2010, If you can’t beat your friends in a fair paintball match, maybe you need some outside (robotic) help. We’ve seen some cool paintball turrets before, but the AKALMP Excalibur (you know it’s already cool by hearing its name) should pretty...

Rumor: Sony Ericsson To Introduce Android 3.0 PlayStation Phone

08/11/2010, We’ve been hearing rumors of a PlayStation phone for a very long time, and now the rumor has surfaced again, but with an interesting twist. Apparently Sony Ericsson is busy working on an Android phone that will have a strong focus on gaming. If the...

VRX iMotion 3D Full Motion Sensing Racing Simulator

08/11/2010, If the recent CyberMotion simulator didn’t do the trick for you, perhaps the VRX iMotion from VRX Industries could do the job. One of the more impressive racing simulators, the VRX iMotion boasts NVIDIA GeForce 3D Surround Vision for a unique...

Microsoft Kinect does not do American Sign Language (ASL)

08/11/2010, Guess the patent for Microsoft’s motion-sensing camera Kinect which pointed towards the possibility of understanding American Sign Language (ASL) does not work that way – at least, not for the model which is rolling out this coming November....