Hubert Nguyen

Hubert Nguyen is the co-founder and editor of Ubergizmo. He has a passion for technology and enjoys sharing it.

He is a retired computer graphics engineer who programmed special-effects such as real-time fire or hair rendering, for NVIDIA. Hubert also managed the NVIDIA developer education program and edited “GPU Gems 3“, a best-selling 3D programming book.

Before joining NVIDIA, Hubert was at 3dfx interactive. Prior to that, he worked on 3D-Engines in various video games.

Hubert started to program computer graphics in 1991 when he was involved in the underground European DemoScene. In 1994, his “Impact Studios” team won the world’s largest PC demo competition: The Party, in Denmark.

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Alcatel 7 Android Phone Available At MetroPCS

08/13/2018, Announced at MWC 2018, the Alcatel 7 is a low-mid-range smartphone (~$180) that features an excellent battery capacity of 4000 mAh, which identical to high-end phones like the new Galaxy Note 9, or the Huawei P20 Pro.

Lenovo ThinkPad P1, A 15.6-inch Thin & Light Mobile Workstation

08/13/2018, Lenovo has just announced a new workstation laptop, the ThinkPad P1. A brand new line within the ThinkPad P-Series, the P1 is a 15.6” thin (18.4mm) and light (3.76 Lbs) workstation with excellent display options  and impressive memory and...

Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 Becomes Official

08/01/2018, Since February 2018, we’ve talked about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Tab S4, but it was only on June 19 that a late Summer launch had become probable. This was reinforced by an Tab S4 FCC approval on June 26, then a steady trail of evidence like the...

Awake Watch: A Premium Watch On A Mission

07/18/2018, The Kickstarter campaign of Awake has started today, and their product is a premium, sustainably-designed watch that has been created from the ground up to be as eco-friendly as possible but uncompromising on quality at the same time. This includes...

Samsung’s New Customer Care Facility in South Carolina

07/12/2018, Samsung has announced the opening of a new consumer care center in Greenville, South Carolina. The center is 34,928 square foot big and will host support personnel for all kinds of Samsung products. Samsung says that 400 new jobs will be added by 2020.

Lenovo Legion Gaming Laptops and PCs Delightful New Look (E3)

06/11/2018, Gaming laptops, including Lenovo’s, have been using a “Stealth-bomber” design style for some time, and no-one in the industry could tell us how that style started. But it doesn’t matter anymore because Lenovo is coming up with...

The New Razer Blade 2018: Beauty and Power

05/22/2018, The Razer Blade has had a unique style for the past five years, but this 2018 Edition takes things to the next level. The display size goes from 14” to 15.6”, yet the overall size of the laptop is a little bit smaller. Razer calls it the...

LG G7 Display Tops 1000 NIT Brightness

04/24/2018, It’s been confirmed that LG’s upcoming LG G7 will feature a 6.1” 3120×1440 “FullVision” IPS LCD display that can be 1000-NIT bright. LG also says that it does so while consuming 30% less power than the LG G6 IPS LCD...

Lenovo Yoga 730 Laptops Target The Premium Segment

02/26/2018, The Lenovo Yoga 700-Series is a platform for Lenovo to bring some of the innovations introduced with the 900-Series ($1200+) to a more affordable price point ($880+). The Lenovo Yoga 730 comes in two display sizes: 13” and 15” and has a design...

Qualcomm’s X50 5G NR Modem Gets Strong OEM Support

02/08/2018, Qualcomm has announced that 19 phone/device makers (OEMs) have selected the next-generation Qualcomm X50 5G NR modem for “Mobile Device Launches in 2019”. This development confirms that 5G will make its consumer debut in 2019 and that Qualcomm...

Ubergizmo’s TOP 3 MIK Products @ CES 2018

01/30/2018, At CES 2018, Ubergizmo was a media partner of Aving’s Made In Korea (MIK) tech program that includes many startups from Korea. We had time to look at ~10 companies and products, and we picked three that we thought were the most interesting for an...

Laundroid, The Futuristic Laundry-Folding Appliance

01/15/2018, We have covered clothing folding robots such as FoldiMate (~$1000), but when it comes to folding, Laundroid by SevenDreamers is the most ambitious, and expensive, system. We first saw Laundroid as a technological demo in Japan during the CEATEC 2015 show....

FoldiMate Folds Your Clothes

01/13/2018, Folding clothes has been a house chore that has been left remarkably intact despite all the technological evolution and revolutions we had in the past 100 years. FoldiMate proposes a clothes folder which can fold select items perfectly within ~10 seconds....

Lenovo Mirage Solo: Standalone VR Headset

01/09/2018, It was just announced, Lenovo just launched a standalone VR headset powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon VR platform, a powerful; solution that does not require a phone to be inserted into the headset. It is much better than a phone-based solution because...

Lenovo Smart Display With Google Assistant

01/08/2018, Google Assistant has done quite well during the Holiday season, and it’s about to be in even more places. The Lenovo Smart Display is a visual assistant that features a large display of 8 or 10 inches. The idea is to add a visual dimensions to what...

Netgear XR500 NightHawk Gaming Router

01/08/2018, The XR500 NightHawk is Netgear’s first official Gaming router as the company wants to take some share of the juicy PC Gaming market. Netgear has taken notice that a large share of PC gamers play first-person-shooter (FPS) games that can be extremely...

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Tablet 2018: A Creative’s Favorite

01/08/2018, It’s been a few years that Lenovo has been producing the ThinkPad X1 Tablet, and it has evolved for the better since. The 2018 edition comes with a larger and better display that might make it a graphic designer’s favorite.

Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga 2018: First Reveal

01/08/2018, [CES 2018] The Lenovo X1 Yoga 2018 has been officially unveiled at CES 2018. This YOGA and touch-enabled cousin of the X1 Carbon (also updated at CES) has everything that made the X1 Series great into a multi-mode and slightly beefed up form factor which...