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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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Future consoles could get integrated 3G connectivity

07/07/2010, NTT DoCoMo president Ryuji Yamada recently hinted that both Nintendo and Sony could very well be toying about the idea of including 3G data connectivity to their portable gaming systems, namely the DS range and the PSP. Yamada did confirm that...

The Final Hulu Plus For PS3 Will Not Require PlayStation Plus

07/07/2010, Despite recent reports, Hulu has confirmed that users will not need to subscribe to the PlayStation Plus service in order to have Hulu Plus on their PS3. Users are only required to have Sony’s subscription for the duration of the preview phase, and...

You Need At Least 300 Actions Per Minute To Master StarCraft

07/06/2010, Ever wonder what sets you apart from professional gamers? A video has surfaced, giving us some pretty good insight into some of the skills that professional gamers have. A good example would be StarCraft, where your efficiency is measured in APM, which...

Daytona USA mini arcade cabinet

07/06/2010, Love arcade cabinets? How about a miniature version in the form of racing simulator Daytona USA to keep you entertained? This fine piece of work uses a wheel from the controller of a remote controlled car, while its gear lever is a spare part from a...

HTC Desire and Samsung Galaxy S duke it out on Quake II demo

07/06/2010, Both the HTC Desire and recently released Samsung Galaxy S are pretty similar on paper in terms of specifications, where they each sport a 1GHz processor with Android 2.1 as the operating system of choice, boasting a WVGA touchscreen display, not to...

Nintendo Has No Plans To Develop iOS Games

07/06/2010, Despite the many successful games that Nintendo has churned out in the past, the company’s CEO and president, Satoru Iwata, has confirmed that the company has no plans to develop games for Apple’s iOS devices, and claimed that Nintendo’s...

Fierce Teflon & Steel Mousepad Used To Fry Burgers

07/06/2010, We’ve seen many gaming mousepads in the past, but you have to admit the picture of Rude Gameware’s new Fierce Teflon & Steel Mouse Surface being used to prepare dinner is quite eye catching. If the name didn’t give it away already,...

PS3 Slim now comes in white with 320GB hard drive

07/05/2010, The Sony PS3 Slim has just gotten a new color, and where else but Japan will it be launched first. Of course, apart from the virginal color, Japan will no longer offer 120GB and 250GB hard drives in their PS3s, as the minimum spec now stands at 160GB,...

LCD pinball looks great even in 2010

07/05/2010, Pinball used to dominate arcades for those who are older today, but the machine has been relegated to a niche market by now simply because there are more engaging games out there, although we’re sure that pinball die-hards will continue to swear by...

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...