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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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Acer Aspire Predator AG5900 gaming machine to debut in Japan

09/08/2010, Acer’s latest lean, mean gaming machine – the Aspire Predator AG5900 is set to debut in Japan from next week onwards, where it will be powered by an unlocked Intel Core i7-875K quad-core processor that zips by at 2.93GHz (where Turbo Boost...

Microsoft Xbox 360 bundle comes with Kinect and 250GB hard drive

09/08/2010, Microsoft’s latest Xbox 360 bundle will include the Kinect hardware and a 250GB hard drive (not depicted above – what you see is the 4GB model), whereby you will be able to enjoy a 250GB Xbox 360 S console, the vaunted Kinect motion-control...

Origin The Big O Gaming PC Sports An Xbox 360 Inside It

09/07/2010, Can’t think of a way to make your neighbor’s gaming rig look outdated? Perhaps if you picked up The Big O from Origin PC you might be able to have the last laugh. The gaming rig is unique as it sports a built-in Xbox 360 slim console along...

Top Microsoft Game Employee Heads Over To Amazon

09/07/2010, It was previously speculated that Amazon could be planning on getting in on the gaming business and now it seems that the company has taken a significant step forward in that direction. Word is out that the online retailing giant has snagged...

Jailbreak Your PS3 With A TI-84 Plus Calculator

09/07/2010, Now that the PS3 jailbreak code is out in the wild, you shouldn’t be too surprised to hear that all sorts of hacks are surfacing to allow various devices to jailbreak the PS3, allowing users to backup their games to the internal or external hard...

Doctor Who sonic screwdriver Wiimote on its way

09/07/2010, Are you a fan of Dr. Who? If your answer is in the affirmative and you love playing with your Nintendo Wii, then you will be pleased to know that the Doctor Who sonic screwdriver is coming your way, where they are actually a custom Wiimote as well as...

PS3 firmware 3.42 now available

09/06/2010, The PS3 firmware 3.42 is now available for your downloading pleasure, and while it does not add any functionality (at first glance anyways) to your system apart from the standard “system software stability” area, it will be required if you...

Logitech revamps PC gamepad range with three more models

09/03/2010, Logitech knows just how important ergonomics are to a gamer when it comes to hardware, and have just revealed three more gamepads for the masses – we’re talking about the Logitech Gamepad F310, the Logitech Rumble Gamepad F510 and the Logitech...

DIY: NES Bluetooth Android Controller

09/03/2010, Having trouble playing Super Mario on your Android-powered device? Perhaps a NES controller might be able to help you out. A modder out there combined a breakout board, Arduino, and a blueSMIRF Bluetooth module to allow the NES controller to be used...

Xbox Live Platinum subscription could be a reality

09/01/2010, Hmmm, it looks as though the Xbox Live subscription service is going the way of credit cards – we are talking about the Gold subscription package being usurped by what could very well be the new Xbox Live Platinum subscription. Of course, with a...

Creative Announces Its Tactic 3D Series Gaming Headphones

09/01/2010, Want a new gaming headset to ensure that you’ll be able to hear your enemy sneaking up on you in games? Creative has just announced the Creative Sound Blaster Tactic 3D series that offers a 360 degree surround sound gaming experience, allowing...

PS3 Jailbreak Code Released To The Public

09/01/2010, It’s probably a rather stressful period of Sony’s PS3 console. First we had the PSJailbreak which claimed to allow users to backup their games to a hard drive, and now a hack called PSGroove has surfaced, claiming to be an open source...

Commodore USA to release AROS-supporting desktops

08/31/2010, Commodore USA’s CEO, Barry, Altman, has just announced that the company will be rolling back the years in some way with an entire line of new AMIGA branded “AIO” (All In One) keyboard computers, thanks to an an exclusive worldwide...