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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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SteelSeries Kinzu v2 and Kinzu v2 Pro Edition mice

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] I am starting to suspect that SteelSeries wants to cater to the entire gamer spectrum – ranging from casual ones to those who are serious enough to making a career out of it. The SteelSeries Kinzu v2 and Kinzu v2 Pro Edition mice confirms...

SteelSeries Kana gaming mouse

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] SteelSeries delivers yet another gaming mouse with this year’s edition of CES, where the SteelSeries Kana takes to the stage with the moniker of “Designed by Gamers” mouse. What makes the SteelSeries Kana mouse different from...

Sennheiser PC 320 gaming headset adjusts to your ears

01/12/2012, [CES 2012] Sennheiser knows more than a thing or two about quality audio, and their latest release, the PC 320 gaming headset is the result of a collaboration between World Champion Counterstrike team mTw so that gamers can experience a new level of...

Tritton SwitchBlade wireless headset heads for PS3

01/12/2012, PS3 owners, take note – if you were wondering how come communication with the rest of your mates whenever you game never seem to turn out right, and instructions are not followed, why not take the elimination approach when it comes to solving this...

Mad Catz special edition FightStick can be paired up

01/12/2012, While pairing up arcade fight sticks with your living room console lets you recreate the arcade experience, it’s still not the same thing. Mad Catz, gaming accessory specialists, realize this and have come up with a solution to the problem. The...

Cut the Rope now on BlackBerry PlayBook

01/12/2012, Earlier this week we reported about Cut the Rope arriving on your web browser and on arcade machines as a CES 2012-only exclusive. Today, RIM has announced the availability of the game on yet another platform. BlackBerry PlayBook owners will now be able...

Wikipad concept might be gaming hit

01/11/2012, [CES 2012] While we took a gander at the rather high end Razer Fiona Concept yesterday (see a video of it in action), here is something else that might appeal to a different group of gamers – the Wikipad. I admit it, when I first heard of its name,...

OnLive brings cloud gaming to Google TV

01/11/2012, [CES 2012] OnLive is certainly making a lot of progress when it comes to bringing its cloud gaming service to every available platform on the market. As if working on living room consoles, tablets and computers wasn’t enough – the company has now...

Wedding Entertainment System – wedding invitation like a boss!

01/11/2012, While most of this week’s news will concern all things CES, life still goes on for the rest of the world, where pockets of civilization aren’t too interested in the latest gizmos. Geeks however, should care – and here is just how you...

Mega Man 2 speed run played to a live soundtrack

01/11/2012, At MAGFest X last week – the 10th annual music and gaming festival, the performance group known as Bit Brigade (Mega Band when they perform Mega Man) made an appearance and got the crowd moving by performing the soundtrack of Mega Man 2 with expert...

Razer Naga Hex is perfect for DotA

01/11/2012, [CES 2012] Razer has announced the launch of the Naga Hex: a mouse that’s been designed for multiplayer online battle arena and action RPG games. Basically if you need to cast a flurry of spells at the right time in the right order, and you...

RAZER Project Fiona Demo

01/10/2012, Most of you know RAZER for their gaming accessories which can be quite impressive, but with Project Fiona, RAZER has outdone itself. We mentioned it earlier, but Project Fiona is a PC-based game portable game console/tablet system that comes with *real*...

NoGeMo dispenses lessons on healthy food

01/10/2012, Do you remember the Tamagotchi craze that swept over the world more than a decade ago, as kids were introduced to caring for pets – albeit an electronic one? NoGeMo follows that route so much so that it has been labeled as a Tamagotchi clone,...