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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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Dell Alienware M11x now available for pre-order

02/01/2010, Just as Dell promised, its pretty high performance Alienware M11x gaming notebook (which does seem to toy with the netbook category though) is now available for pre-order, bringing larger-than-life gaming performance on one extremely compact package. We...

Creative Labs World of Warcraft Headsets Up For Pre-order

02/01/2010, Addicted to World of Warcraft (like everybody else on the planet)? These World of Warcraft headsets from Creative will certainly bring you closer to the game, and they’re up for pre-order now, with the wired version going for $119.99 and the...

Omega Music Technology GM-1 for Rock Band fans

02/01/2010, Omega Music Technology’s new GM-1 system will definitely appeal to music video game fans who want something with more substance during their Rock Band or Band Hero sessions at home. You can choose a standalone version or have one bundled with a...

Sega could be rolling out a new console

02/01/2010, Wait a minute – is it 1998 all over again? Apparently not as we checked with our calendars, where the Sega Zone is the latest console from Sega, being a licensed retro console which allows you to relive your Genesis glory days. This time round, it...

Microsoft Unveils New SideWinder X4 Gaming Keyboard

02/01/2010, Microsoft has come up with a new addition to its SideWinder family – the SideWinder X4. This keyboard, along with everything else in the “X-series”, is designed with gamers in mind, and one of the features touted about this keyboard...

Acer GD235HZ 23-inch LCD Is 3D Ready

02/01/2010, 3D seems to be every young kid’s dream, and now it seems like we’ll be seeing more 3D technology in 2010, which is certainly great news for every gadget lover out there. Acer has come up with its GD235HZ 23.6-inch, 1080p LCD display. The 3D...

Microsoft to sell 250GB hard drive add-on for Xbox 360 in Japan

02/01/2010, Microsoft will roll out its 250GB hard drive add-on for the Xbox 360 in Japan from next month onwards, specifically on March 11 where it will retail for the equivalent of $172 after conversion. This roll out depicts the first time Microsoft will release a...

Wii Magic Stick Gives Your Wiimote An Analog Stick

01/30/2010, Do you prefer an analog stick to play your games with, instead of the boring D-pad? If the $60 Wii Classic Controller Pro is too expensive for you, you might want to try the $7 Wii Magic Stick for your Wiimote. The Wii Magic Stick is a cover that slides...

Clear Classic USB Joystick Lets You Play Atari Games

01/29/2010, If you’re looking for a way to get your retro gaming fix, you might want to check out the Clear Classic USB Joystick which features a Stella Atari 2600 emulator with 80 games built-in. The funny part about this joystick is, if you think that your...

Hasbro Boggle Flash enters space age

01/29/2010, A simple but classic game like Boggle has gotten an update – and this time ushering it straight into the 21st century in the form of Boggle Flash. Instead of being based on a square board with 16 lettered dice to construct game-legal words from,...

Rubik’s Slide set to thrill puzzle fans

01/28/2010, Bored of the Rubik’s Cube after all these years, mastering the puzzle in a way where you can even solve it blindfolded? Why not tease your brain all over again with a new puzzle game known as Rubik’s Slide. The Rubik’s Slide...

Portable Atari 2600 fits in the palm of your hand

01/27/2010, Want to know the number of devices that can fit into the palm of your hand? Get your mind out of the gutter – we’re talking electronics here, and this DIY portable Atari 2600 fits the bill nicely thanks to efforts by one who calls himself...

OLED digital displays could revolutionize cardboard gaming

01/25/2010, Traditional board games are currently on the uptrend as they take the digital step from the tabletop to desktop, but researchers from Canada’s Queen’s University want to go one step further by introducing OLED display technology which...