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NVIDIA Ships one Billion GPUs to date

01/21/2011, There are a few dates that matter in the life of a company: when it was created, when it got its first customer, when it hit a Billion (ok, 1M is nice too) dollars in revenues and… when it passed a Billion products shipped. NVIDIA has announced that...

Apple uses multi-GPU in iPad 2 and iPhone 5?

01/17/2011, Never mind that Steve Jobs will be taking a step backwards in his official capacity at Apple to concentrate on his health – we know that the company’s roadmap for the year ahead is more or less set in stone, what with the iPad 2 and iPhone 5...

BMW, Tesla Select NVIDIA GPUs

01/04/2011, Both BMW and Tesla have announced that they will be using NVIDIA graphics processors (GPUs) to power the infotainment in upcoming cars. BMW will use NVIDIA GPUs in the following models: 7-Series, 5-Series, 3-Series, Mini Cooper line and X-Series. While...

Electronic photo recognition worldwide could help save lives

12/23/2010, Don’t you just love advancements made in the world of technology? Here we have word of GPUs, or rather, Graphics Processing Units, that might help save the world. No, it won’t be able to stop global warming or anything of that sort, but a...

Next Galaxy Tab to Use Orion Dual-Core CPU, Quad-Core GPU

11/19/2010, The next generation Galaxy Tab Android tablet could use a newer, faster dual-core processor that will be custom made by Samsung using a reference design based on ARM technologies. While current Galaxy Tab uses a customized version of the single-core ARM...

Geforce GTX 580: the fastest DX11 GPU

11/09/2010, Here it is… the fastest DX11 graphics processor NVIDIA has finally announced its GeForce GTX 580, its newest high-end GPU that is built for DirectX 11 graphics performance dominance. And what DX11 really means, is “tessellation” (the...

Is Intel’s Sandy Bridge a graphics game changer?

09/10/2010, Paul Otellini, Intel’s CEO, holding a wafer of Intel’s latest chips As we get closer to next week’s Intel Developer Conference, you are probably hearing more and more about Intel’s Sandy Bridge. Sandy Bridge is the codename for the...

NVIDIA GeForce 400M Series Launched

09/02/2010, NVIDIA’s “Fermi” architecture hits portable computers with the launch of the GeForce 400M family of chips that covers the “performance” (from 48 cores) and “enthusiast” (up to 288 cores) segments. With DirectX 11...

Chrome 6 Launched on Browser’s Second Birthday

09/02/2010, A mere two years after Google had released its first iteration of the Chrome browser, the company is now releasing version 6, which promises security patches, speed improvements, and extensions and sync features. According to Brian Rakowski,...

AMD Gets Rid of ATI Branding

08/30/2010, Chipmaker AMD is rebranding itself and will be eliminating the ATI mark from its graphics chip moving forward. The plan is to switch “ATI Radeon” and “ATI FirePro” with “Radeon” and “FirePro” and add...