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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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Popular Gaming News


Successor To The Nintendo Wii Will Not Offer 3D Gaming

07/15/2010, Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto believes that that company’s successor to the popular Nintendo Wii won’t be a 3D gaming console (as in Stereo 3D), despite the upcoming portable 3DS getting a lot of attention. The reason behind this is...

Xbox 360 Getting A New Dashboard Design In November?

07/15/2010, Recent leaked screenshots seem to indicate that Microsoft will be updating the Xbox 360′s Dashboard, with the new design appearing to be a slight modification of the New Xbox Experience from last fall, but with a layout that makes you think about...

Call Of Duty: Black Ops MadCatz Controllers Look Good

07/15/2010, Pictures of MadCatz’s new line of Call of Duty: Black Ops peripherals have started to surface, and they look quite good. The upcoming line of peripherals will include the PrecisionAIM Controller for the 360 and the PS3, along with the Wii Nunchuck...

Hulu Plus Preview Now Available For PlayStation Plus Subscribers

07/14/2010, It’s taken a little while, but the Hulu Plus service is now available for download for PlayStation Plus subscribers. From today onwards, PlayStation Plus subscribers who download the application will be able to request for an invitation to the...

Xbox 360 4GB Arcade System Bundle Spotted On Amazon Germany

07/14/2010, Amazon’s German site has begun listing the Xbox 360 4GB Arcade System Bundle, priced at €148.99 ($189). Details weren’t abundant, but it could possibly be the cheaper Xbox 360 hardware that Microsoft claims to be arriving in the fall. The...

Acer prepares Android 2.2 tablets before year is over

07/14/2010, Word of Acer rolling out a 10″ tablet running on Android 2.2 has started to circulate, and that will happen sometime in the fourth quarter of the year to keep the 7″ model company. This rumor stems from several sources, where among them would...

Nintendo 3DS Design Confirmed As Final

07/14/2010, When the Nintendo 3DS prototype was shown off at this year’s E3, it was said that the design wasn’t final yet, so there would be some room for Nintendo to perform a few tweaks if necessary. Now project designer Hideki Konno has assured fans...

Walmart $200 Kinect Pre-order Bundle

07/13/2010, Folks who are on a tight budget but were looking forward to enjoying some motion-sensing gaming via the Microsoft Kinect are in for a spot of bad news. The price of the games has been listed on Walmart’s site at $60 each, which will certainly feel...

Asus N73 Gaming Notebook Ships In The US

07/13/2010, Folks who are looking for a powerful gaming notebook might be happy to hear that Asus has begun shipping its 17.3-inch N73 gaming notebook in the US. The N73JN-X1 is already available for $1,000, and is powered by Intel’s Core i5 processor, and...

Nintendo 3DS To Sport Tougher Anti-piracy Protection

07/13/2010, Word is going around that Nintendo is busy tightening the security measures of its upcoming 3DS handheld console in order to protect it against piracy. In a recent interview, THQ executive VP Ian Current commented that the DS market, in particular the DS...

GamePark Caanoo portable gaming handheld runs on Linux

07/12/2010, GamePark is not quite dead just yet, as the company recently unveiled a spanking new Linux-powered portable gaming handheld known as the Caanoo. While it ships with a similar 533MHz ARM9 processor as its predecessor, the built-in memory has been doubled...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 dominates at $200

07/12/2010, The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 is officially out and it packs a lot of punch for a $200 graphics card. This represents NVIDIA’s entry into the $200-range DX11 market with a chip built from the ground up to compete at that price point. The efficiency of...

iPad hacked to work with Wiimote controller

07/11/2010, The Apple iPad seems to be fair game when it comes to hacking it, where it packs enough graphical firepower to handle 3D games as well as complex mobile applications. Despite that, there is always room for some retro gaming regardless of how long you have...

Rumor: Google Investing In Zynga For Google Games?

07/11/2010, Rumor is going around the Google has been investing in Zynga, the folks behind the addictive FarmVille game, in an attempt to create its own web game platform. While there has been no official confirmation from Google or Zynga about this yet, the rumor...