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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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Microsoft Kinect Priced, And Xbox 360 4GB Announced

07/20/2010, The price of Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensing controller has long be rumored to be $149.99, and now Microsoft has officially confirmed that the price will be listed at $149.99. Taking things one step further, the company also announced a new Xbox...

LG Unveils Its R590 3D Notebook

07/19/2010, LG has introduced its first 3D notebook, the 15.6-inch XNote R590 3D, along with a 3D gaming monitor and 3D projector. Unlike many 3D displays out there which rely on active shutter glasses, LG has chosen to go with polarized 3D glasses to reduce the...

Microsoft patent delivers dual mode Xbox 360 controller

07/19/2010, A Microsoft patent revealed that there is an actual dual-mode Xbox 360 controller which can function in both wired and wireless modes, where unlike the current play and charge set up, this controller will be able to deliver true blue wired mode accuracy...

Call Of Duty: Black Ops MadCatz Controllers Look Good

07/15/2010, Pictures of MadCatz’s new line of Call of Duty: Black Ops peripherals have started to surface, and they look quite good. The upcoming line of peripherals will include the PrecisionAIM Controller for the 360 and the PS3, along with the Wii Nunchuck...

Hulu Plus Preview Now Available For PlayStation Plus Subscribers

07/14/2010, It’s taken a little while, but the Hulu Plus service is now available for download for PlayStation Plus subscribers. From today onwards, PlayStation Plus subscribers who download the application will be able to request for an invitation to the...

Xbox 360 4GB Arcade System Bundle Spotted On Amazon Germany

07/14/2010, Amazon’s German site has begun listing the Xbox 360 4GB Arcade System Bundle, priced at €148.99 ($189). Details weren’t abundant, but it could possibly be the cheaper Xbox 360 hardware that Microsoft claims to be arriving in the fall. The...

Nintendo 3DS Design Confirmed As Final

07/14/2010, When the Nintendo 3DS prototype was shown off at this year’s E3, it was said that the design wasn’t final yet, so there would be some room for Nintendo to perform a few tweaks if necessary. Now project designer Hideki Konno has assured fans...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 dominates at $200

07/12/2010, The NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 is officially out and it packs a lot of punch for a $200 graphics card. This represents NVIDIA’s entry into the $200-range DX11 market with a chip built from the ground up to compete at that price point. The efficiency of...

iPad hacked to work with Wiimote controller

07/11/2010, The Apple iPad seems to be fair game when it comes to hacking it, where it packs enough graphical firepower to handle 3D games as well as complex mobile applications. Despite that, there is always room for some retro gaming regardless of how long you have...

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...