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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


Colorware Customizes The New Xbox 360

07/05/2010, We’ve seen the many wonders that the folks over at Colorware can do to the colors of your gadget, and now they’re bringing their expertise to Microsoft’s latest Xbox 360, offering you many custom color options. You can send in your Xbox...

Thermaltake Element V NVIDIA Edition full tower chassis

07/02/2010, If you’re a serious gamer, you would definitely own a custom-built machine, using nothing but the best parts your money can buy. Thermaltake is a name to consider if you’re looking for the first (and only) NVIDIA-certified full-tower chassis...

Nyko Raven controllers fly towards the PlayStation 3

07/01/2010, Nyko is one of the more popular names when it comes to third party gaming peripherals, and their latest effort will target owners of the Sony PS3 in the form of the Raven controller. The Raven will fly into action in a standard PS3 configuration, while...

Hulu Plus for PlayStation Plus subscribers to cost $10 monthly

07/01/2010, PlayStation 3 owners who want to access Hulu’s streaming video content straight from the console itself might have to fork out more than $10 monthly, since it requires a PlayStation Plus account as well. This was discovered after source code on...

Sony PS3 firmware 3.40 released

06/30/2010, As expected, the Sony PlayStation 3 (PS3) firmware update 3.40 is now available for the masses, bringing them closer to the gaming promised land filled with living room-friendly features such as a Photo Gallery that lets you browse photos from Facebook or...

World of Warcraft Tap Chat pedal peripheral

06/30/2010, Despite being years in the market already, World of Warcraft (WoW) is still pretty hot commodity – at least we think so until StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty hits the market later this year. This one-button pedal will target WoW players as it helps...

Microsoft Kinect technology laid bare

06/30/2010, For those who are wondering just how does Microsoft’s Kinect hardware works, it sure as heck ain’t pixie dust. This $150 peripheral’s capabilities have been scrutinized, where you get 57 degrees of horizontal and 43 degrees of vertical...

PlayStation 3 System Software Update v3.40 coming soon

06/28/2010, PS3 owners, listen up! There will be version 3.4 of the system software coming your way in the near future, where among the new features include PlayStation Plus subscription as well as enhancements to the connection between your PlayStation Network and...

Sony PSP-4000 to launch in 2010, according to a Japanese retailer

06/28/2010, The publication of a document featuring a reference to an upcoming PSP-4000 by a Japanese retailer (Geo) has sparked a wildfire of rumors on the web. According to the document (in Japanese), the PSP-4000 would be on the shelves sometime this year along...

Acer Predator AG7750 gaming desktop refreshed

06/28/2010, Acer has a spanking new gaming desktop for those who want to get their game on without losing out on frame rates, where their refreshed Predator AG7750 system will start from a dollar shy of two grand onwards, offering more than a decent gaming spec rig,...

iPad arcade prototype build

06/28/2010, The iCade cabinet perhaps had its humble beginnings in the form of an April Fool’s joke, but it seems that the folks at Freekade took it seriously by coming up with this unique arcade cabinet that houses an actual Apple iPad within to offer slate...

Nintendo 3DS to share Virtual Boy warning messages

06/27/2010, The Nintendo Virtual Boy was one of the more ill-fated consoles to come out of Nintendo’s stables (a rare occurence, we might add), as that was a migraine-inducing system that was clearly ahead of its time in terms of concept, but poor in execution...