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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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Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition

03/16/2010, Razer has finally developed a conscience for us lefties with the DeathAdder Left Hand Edition, being the first gaming mouse that was specially developed to cater to professional left-handed gamers. Everything about the Razer DeathAdder Left Hand Edition...

Gaikai cloud-based gaming

03/16/2010, Gaikai is currently in beta mode, but it is already capable of letting gamers have a go at a wide range of games and software for free, including Eve Online, Mario Kart, World of Warcraft and Photoshop – all you need is a browser as well as Flash...

MSI GE700 gaming notebook

03/15/2010, MSI is back with a bang, thanks to their new GE700 gaming notebook which features Intel’s latest Core i5 processor, the able ATI Radeon HD 5730 discrete graphics card with 1GB DDR3 VRAM, a couple of cinema-class speakers, a subwoofer, a High...

Apple’s iPhone Able To Run Xbox 360 Games?

03/15/2010, By now almost everyone on the planet knows that Apple’s iPhone is a reasonable gaming device, especially for casual gamers, but what if it could handle Xbox 360 games? According to latest reports, it seems that Novell has demonstrated a new way to...

More Nintendo DS 2 rumors

03/15/2010, While we know that Nintendo will definitely roll out a spiritual sequel to the Nintendo DS platform, we still don’t know what the official name would be, so Nintendo DS 2 would have to do for the moment. Needless to say, an updated version ought to...

VirtuSphere On Demo At GDC

03/12/2010, We’ve brought your attention to the VirtuSphere some time ago, but that was before it was ready to be shown to the general public. Now you can actually check out the VirtuSphere as it was demoed at the GDC (Game Developers Conference). In case...

Wii Push Up Bar For Your Exercise Needs

03/11/2010, If you rely on Wii Fit to help you keep in shape, you’ll probably have noticed that the Wii Fit balance board gives you a limited range of push-up motions, so you can’t do the really tough pushups that you think will turn you into the cover...

OpenGL 4.0 catches up with DirectX11

03/11/2010, With OpenGL 4.0, non-Windows platforms will finally have access to all the features of DirectX 11 (DX11) hardware. Tessellation is now available (it’s the star feature of DX11) for game programmers, but there’s also an integration of general...

Microsoft XNA Game Studio 4.0

03/11/2010, Windows Phone 7 will feature Xbox integration, but apart from that, Microsoft didn’t let any other cats out of the proverbial bag. Well, this could change soon with more clues unearthed about the future of mobile gaming on Microsoft’s new...

PlayStation Move Hands-On

03/10/2010, PlayStation owners, rejoice! Soon you will stop hearing “when are you getting a Wii?” from your friends and family. Sony has just announced the PlayStation Move at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. Presented last year at E3 (in...

Sony PlayStation Move announced

03/10/2010, It won’t be immediate that you will be able to enjoy true motion controls on the Sony PS3, since the PlayStation Move platform will be hitting the gaming scene only sometime this fall. Finally, Sony seems to have seen the light where motion controls...

Motion-Sim 4DOF racing simulator

03/10/2010, Motion-Sim has rolled out its 4DOF racing simulator that offers pitch, roll, yaw and heave to what would deem to be perfection, coming with a harness of its own that will prevent you from flying ahead like a crash test dummy during the more intense...

EA Sports Active 2.0 Gets Motion Sensors And iPhone App

03/10/2010, If you’ve been looking to do some exercise to stay healthy, but could never find the time to do so, maybe the lure of playing video games to lose weight might appeal to you? That’s where the new EA Sports Active 2.0 will come in, as it’s...

Seven45 Studios SixString guitar gaming controller

03/09/2010, Seven45 Studios unveiled their amazing looking SixString guitar controller for the gaming showpiece known as Power Gig: Rise of the SixString, where it is an actual electric guitar that can be plugged into an amp. Both the game and guitar will be sold...