Nerds around the world have lauded Plants vz. Zombies since its inception.
Since the game’s release back in 2009, I’ve never been able to understand its enormous popularity; it just didn’t make sense to me… plants and zombies in a video game? Clearly, I was a skeptic– a skeptic that wasn’t interested in ever playing a [...]
As always, it seems that Japan’s ahead of the US in consumer tech.
Japanese gamers have been able to purchase the 250GB Xbox 360 hard drive for a while now, but it is finally coming to denizens of the United States.
Microsoft says that it the hard drive’s available today at a host of retailers, although Amazon [...]
I, for one, am a hard-core PC gamer. However, I lack the funds to buy an expensive laptop that will allow me to take my gaming obsession on the road. Soon, however, this dilemma may not be an issue.
NVIDIA revealed that they’re considering making an external graphics card, when prompted in an interview regarding [...]
The Independent Games Festival went down recently, and as usual, the student showcase proved to be the most eyebrow-raising. From the student showcase, some miraculous creations have been introduced.
If you have ever played Valve’s hit game Portal, then you have an idea of the kind of games that are displayed here, seeing as Portal was [...]
Ever since 3D became popular in the 70s, it has plagued technological and cinematic progress. The craze was successfully subdued, but recently has been reinvigorated, much to my chagrin. Sadly, 3D seems to be one of those gimmicks that markets well, like the Wii, which uses technology that could be found in the [...]Read more
A Little About The New Writer
Hi everybody. I’m Josh, the new writer for Techtrackr.
Here are my favorite podcasts, artists, movies, and video games:
Podcasts: Buzz Out Loud, Diggnation, Engadget Podcast, Engadget Show, Joystiq Podcast, Macbreak Weekly, Sidequesting Podcast, Smodcast, This week in google, This week in tech, and The xbox 360 fancast
My absolute favorite singer of [...]