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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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Frisbee Forever available soon on iOS

05/02/2011, Frisbee aficionados who own iPhones are going to be delighted at this news – Danish developer Kiloo Games will be creating the official Frisbee game for the iOS. Called Frisbee Forever, this officially licensed game will bring everybody’s favorite...

Sony welcomes back users to the PlayStation Network

05/01/2011, In a press conference tonight, Sony has just announced that the PlayStation Network and its Qriocity services will be back up starting next week. The PSN has been down for over a week now, ever since Sony decided to temporarily disable it to prevent...

Marvel announces free MMO

04/29/2011, The MMO (Massively Multiplayer Online game) scene hasn’t really been shaken up since the release of DC Universe Online at the beginning of this year but it looks like things are about to change. After the success of DC’s DC Universe Online, it...

New Assassin’s Creed: Revelations game leaks out

04/29/2011, Ready for one of the biggest gaming rumors of this week? According to NeoGAF, the above image was found on Ubisoft’s official Facebook page through an accidental posting. The image has since been removed, but come on. It’s practically a given...

KinEmote lets your Kinect recognize hand shapes in real time

04/29/2011, The people over at Lateral Flux – creators of the groundbreaking KinEmote software that allows Windows users to use the Kinect with popular Windows programs are back with an exciting update to KinEmote. They’ve now made the Kinect much more...

PopCap Games lets 9 year old boy create his own game

04/29/2011, PopCap Games, the company behind the highly acclaimed multi-platform games, Plants vs. Zombies and Bejeweled has got a new app developer on their team – and he’s only 9 years old. Owain Weinert, a boy suffering from pre-B Acute Lymphocytic...

AR.Drone FlyingAce app available now

04/28/2011, Remember the AR.Drone FlyingAce app we wrote about a couple of weeks ago? The app that let two AR.Drone users pit their flying skills against each other in a virtual dogfight is now available for the public to download. AR.Drone pilots square off against...

Credit card fraud reported, lawsuit filed against Sony

04/27/2011, It was only a matter of time that the PlayStation Network (PSN)’s security breach experiences fallouts of sorts – with a lawsuit being filed and subscribers reporting credit card fraud. Rothken Law Firm of California has filed suit on behalf...

The Best of Mobile Music – @LifeScoop

04/27/2011,   Since CES 2011, we have been invited to write on My Life Scoop on a regular basis, and today, my article “The Best of Mobile Music” has been published. The articles we write for My Life Scoop are not news like we do on Ubergizmo, they reflect...

Calibur11 Base Vaults keep your Xbox 360 Slim safe

04/27/2011, If you’re afraid of your Xbox 360 Slim console getting damaged, Calibur11 has released the product just for you. Called the Base Vault, these high-end cases completely protect the Xbox 360 Slim when attached to the console. Base Vaults also provide...

Hulu Plus on Xbox 360 this April 29th?

04/26/2011, For those of you who are still smarting knowing that your PlayStation Network (PSN) connection is still down after 5 days, and to rub salt into your wounds, Sony has just confirmed that some credit card details have already been compromised, here is some...

SOCOM 4 + Sharp Shooter Review

04/26/2011, I’m not going to lie. I’ve never really cared for the SOCOM U.S. Navy Seals series before. It’s always been one of those game franchises that everybody loves, but always escaped me – just a game I’ve tinkered with a few times...

Is Wii Vitality Sensor dead or alive?

04/26/2011, First unveiled over three years ago at E3 2009, Nintendo president Satoru Iwata said that the next big leap for the Wii Remote would be the Wii Vitality Sensor. It was basically a finger sensor that could read heart beats and then translate those pulses...