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Nvidia claims that its latest Maxwell GPU is capable of 1080p 60 fps performance, even on ...

Nvidia has pulled back the curtain on its latest Maxwell graphics card, the GeForce GTX 960. Unlike previous cards packing the company’s latest GPU architecture, this is an entry level offering, coming in at just US$199.  Read More

Nvidia's latest mobile chip offers one teraflop of processing power

Nvidia has announced its next-generation mobile chip in the form of the Tegra X1. The new chip offers one teraflop of processing power, and is built on the company’s Maxwell GPU architecture.  Read More

The Tesla K80 offers twice the power of its K40 predecessor

Nvidia has unveiled its latest graphics offering in the form of the Tesla K80 dual-GPU. The new card, which is designed for professional applications, doubles the performance of its K40 predecessor, and packs some impressive specs including a full 24 GB graphics memory.  Read More

Nvidia's new graphics solutions close the gap between desktop and notebook graphics

Nvidia has announced two new notebook graphics cards that provide close to desktop levels of performance on the move. The new Maxwell GPUs don’t just narrow the gap between desktop and laptop graphics, but also provide improved efficiency and dynamic resolution rendering.  Read More

The new infotainment systems are powered by Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor

Honda has announced plans to put 7-inch Android-powered infotainment systems in a number of its 2015 cars. So far only announced for Europe, the new systems are known as Honda Connect, and will have access to a purpose-built app store.  Read More

The Shield Tablet aims to make mobile gaming feel more like its console and PC cousins

Nvidia has announced a new, gaming-focused portable in the form of the Shield Tablet. The device, which packs some high-end specs including an Nvidia Tegra K1 GPU, aims to be the go-to portable for gamers, and supports a specially designed controller. Like the Shield handheld that the company launched last year, the new tablet runs on Android, but also has the ability to locally stream PC games.  Read More

Acer is yet to reveal the design of its Nvidia G-Sync packing monitor

Acer has announced the catchily-named XB280HK, its latest and greatest PC monitor offering for gamers. Not only does the display feature a much-coveted 4K resolution, it also packs Nvidia’s G-Sync chip for smoother gaming and a range of other technologies that make it ideally suited to prolonged use.  Read More

ASUS has announced three new models in its ROG G750 range

ASUS has announced an update to its Republic of Gamers (ROG) range, with the new models featuring recently announced NVIDIA GeForce GTX 800M graphics solutions. Though detailed specs are yet to be released, the new systems are set to be powerful new additions to the angular 17.3-inch ROG G750 series.  Read More

The new notebook GPUs provide a significant performance boost over their predecessors

NVIDIA has announced an update to its entire range of laptop graphics solutions. Known as the GeForce 800M line, the new GPUs provide a significant performance boost over the 700M series cards, and offer a range of new, built-in functionality.  Read More

The Open Automotive Alliance has been formed to help get Android into cars (Car seat image...

In an effort to make it easier for Android to enter vehicles, major players in the auto and technology industries, including Google, Audi, GM, Honda, Hyndai and NVIDIA, have come together to form the Open Automotive Alliance. Their goal is to make Android the standard that will form the basis of the connected car and develop new Android features that will help transform the car into an "Android device."  Read More

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