Gizmondo, the dark horse of the handheld console race, is set to show "incredible" new technology at the world’s largest videogames trade show, E3, in Los Angeles later this month sister blog Games Digest reports. Colors, Gizmondo’s own gang-warfare game has already been revealed to use GPS location data as part of the gaming mechanic. The new announcements focus on Agaju: The Sacred Path, which is set to feature "Augmented Reality" and "Gyroscopic Camera" technologies. Quite what these buzzwords mean is down to the self-facilitating media nodes amongst you to work out. Also set to feature is a game using GPRS mobile signal data.