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  • Google shows off new Tegra based tablet

    Google's Advanced Technology and Projects group has released details of a new Protect Tango tablet based around an Nvidia Tegra K1.
  • Nvidia denies AMD boycott

    Nvidia has denied AMD's claims that its GameWorks program prevents AMD from working with game developers on GPU optimisations.
  • AMD runs out of steam

    CommentValve used Nvidia and Intel hardware, with the promise that AMD support will arrive later, however no one seems to be in a rush.
  • Nvidia's Jetson board is out

    Nvidia'sJetson TK1 -  dubbed as the first supercomputer for developing embedded applications and devices, is finally shipping.
  • Nvidia gives the world a new road map

    Nvidia has announced a new roadmap for its GPU families at the GTC conference and it appears to have carried out some major surgery.
  • Nvidia comes up with an answer to Mantle

    Nvidia has announced details of its answer to AMD's Mantle which was all set to clean the outfit's clock on 3D performance.
  • Nvidia, AMD and Intel push OpenGL

    The normally spitting at each other graphics chips makers Nvidia, AMD and Intel shared the same stage at this year's Game Developers Conference to push OpenGL.
  • Nvidia announces mobile refresh

    Nvidia has refreshed its mobile graphics processor line and claimed that its chips that deliver more horsepower while consuming less electrical power.
  • Microsoft provides proof that Direct X12 exists

    Where it is expected to be different from AMD is that it should be able to support GPUs from AMD, Intel, and Nvidia.
  • Get 1080p competitive gaming for under $100

    Nvidia is supposed to be launching cards based on its new Maxwell architecture soon, you may want to wait a little bit longer.
  • Nvidia gets even more open saucy

    Nvidia released the initial open-source hardware code to support its forthcoming Tegra K1 SoC graphics within Nouveau.
  • Panasonic wows with super tablet

    Unlike other tablets it also can do some thinking. It has a 2.1-GHz Intel Core i7-3687 processor with vPro, 16GB of RAM, Nvidia Quadro K1000M graphics, and a 256GB SSD. A built-in battery provides up to 2.5 hours of juice.
  • Nvidia spills beans on K1

    Nvidia is telling the world+dog about its K1 mobile chip which it claims will provided beefed-up graphics for mobile gadgets and cars.
  • Rambus and Micron settle at last

    It has been a good year for Rambus. It also settled with Hynix earlier this year as part of a $240 million patent licensing agreement. Rambus has also made licence agreements with Nvidia and Broadcom over the years.
  • Retail Radeon chips still go slower than review copies

    Techreport penned a review which said that AMD upended the high-end graphics market by offering performance competitive with Nvidia's existing products at substantially lower prices. The R9 290X captured the overall GPU performance crown, wresting it away from the GeForce GTX 780 and Titan.
  • GPUs could find network use

    Wenji has built a prototype at Fermilab to demonstrate the feasibility of a GPU-based network monitor, using a Nvidia M2070 GPU and an off-the-shelf NIC to capture network traffic.
  • AMD to build gaming tablet

    AMD's Mullins chip is a 64-bit, x86-based chip and the low-power Mullins APU is supposed to be AMD's answer to Intel, Nvidia and Qualcomm. Mullins has a claimed double per-watt performance over its predecessor, Temash.
  • Nvidia teams up with IBM

    IBM and Nvidia have announced plans to work on accelerated GPUs for use on IBM Power Systems.

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