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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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Xbox Modders Working To Circumvent Ban

11/14/2009, If you are one of the many Xbox Live users who were banned from the service, don’t give up hope just yet. It seems that some modders, probably the folks who modded your Xbox which resulted in the ban, are working on a solution that will return the...

Sega Genesis emulator on PSPGo

11/13/2009, The Sony PSPGo hasn’t exactly broken sales charts to date, but that doesn’t mean it does not deserve good things coming its way. The Sony handheld console has been hacked to make it more likeable, where it now features a Sega Genesis emulator...

Nintendo DSi Studio Kit

11/12/2009, While not many people would use the Nintendo DSi’s built-in camera for photography, that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun with it. The DSi Studio Kit allows you to add a removable flash, wide angle, macro and telephone lens...

3D gaming with Zune HD firmware update (with video!)

11/11/2009, The latest Zune HD 4.3 firmware update will now offer support for future 3D games and applications, alongside an auto-suggest feature that ought to make text input less of a pain. Those are the two main additions, while there will be a slew of other minor...

Razer Abyssus gaming mouse launched

11/10/2009, Razer has just unveiled its latest gaming mouse known as Abyssus, where it will be one of the most basic gaming mice from their company to date. It comes with a couple of large non-slip buttons that have been specially tuned for maximum tactile feedback,...

AverTVMedia launches a DVR that records mobile content

11/10/2009, This AVerTV HD DVR PCI 1x card can record shows from a set top box (cable or satellite) to your PC via two HDMI inputs. It produces H.264 content for mobile devices: the output resolution is only 320×240, which is smaller than most modern smartphone...

iControlPad iPhone controller prototype updated

11/09/2009, The iControlPad iPhone controller prototype has just been updated to a more user-friendly format, where it has controls that have been moved from the sides of the phone to a different position at the bottom, featuring dual analog sticks and rear-mounted...

PS3 Coffee Table

11/05/2009, If gaming plays an extremely large role in your life, then you might want to check out this piece of furniture – the PS3 Coffee Table. Designed by Stephane Perruchon, this video game inspired coffee table will boast handmade PS3 controllers (in a...

NES reproduced in full LEGO glory

11/05/2009, Here’s a full scale LEGO NES reproduction that shares virtually the same dimensions as the original, complete with video and audio connectors alongside gamepads with flexible cables that were made out of solid pieces. Other included items to up the...

New Sony PSP bundles to hit Japan

11/05/2009, Folks living in Japan are a spoilt bunch, as they tend to get exciting offers when it comes to consumer electronics and gaming compared to other people around the world. Sony will keep gamers in Japan happy with two new packs that will come with the...

Toyota Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer concept

11/03/2009, Toyota is clearly in tune with the next generation of gamers by unveiling the Tacoma All-Terrain Gamer (ATG) concept that comprises of a Toyota pickup with a quartet of Xbox consoles within, a Warthog from Halo and a Monster energy drink dispenser to keep...

Wii Baby And Me

11/02/2009, We’ve seen Wiimotes turned into tennis rackets, bowling balls, and who knows what else, but a baby? The special edition of Baby and Me comes with an actual doll, allowing you to strap the Wiimote to the little doll and interact with the baby’s...

Nintendo could offer 3G access to next handheld

11/01/2009, With the iPhone slowly but surely eating into Nintendo’s sales when it comes to the handheld gaming market, the Japanese giant will need to do something fast in order to stem the tide. iPhone users have the advantage of accessing 3G Internet...

Are Muscle Sensors The Future Of Gaming?

10/31/2009, We’ve seem a simple game controller for games such as Pong, controllers for the Playstation and also Nintendo’s Wiimote, but will the gaming in the future see the absence of controllers? Well, with the muscle-computer interface technology...