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NVIDIA Shield Tablet Android 5.1 Update Released

05/24/2015, NVIDIA had promised recently that later this month it’s going to release the Android 5.1 update for Shield tablet and the company has followed through on its promise. Update 3.0 is now rolling out for the tablet, this update is based on Android 5.1...

NVIDIA Rep Seemingly Confirms 500GB SHIELD Pro

05/20/2015, As some of you guys are probably aware, the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV comes with a rather measly 16GB of storage. If you’re looking to fill it up with games and movies, that 16GB is going to go down really fast, which is why it is understandable that...

NVIDIA To Wind Down Development Of Their LTE Modems

05/08/2015, A few years ago the mobile processor market was rife with competition. Things were fairly new back then and we had companies such as Texas Instruments, NVIDIA, and Qualcomm, all vying for a slice of the pie, but ultimately it seems that Qualcomm  has...

Unreal Engine 4 Sports SteamVR Support

04/30/2015, Epic Games has begun to ship out official support for Valve’s SteamVR, and this will kick off with next week’s first preview release of Unreal Engine 4.8. In other words, any Tom, Dick or Harry are able to download Unreal Engine 4 without having to...

NVIDIA Drivers For Windows 10 Arrive In Beta

04/30/2015, Windows 10 is due to arrive at some point this summer so the wheels are already in motion. NVIDIA has gone ahead with the release of its first beta graphics drivers for Windows 10, both 32-bit and 64-bit machines. This is a step towards future DirectX 12...

Android 5.1 For SHIELD Tablet Will Be Released ‘Soon’

04/22/2015, It has been revealed in a post by an NVIDIA forum administrator that the Android 5.1 update for SHIELD tablet is going to be released “soon.” If NVIDIA is able to get this update out quickly it may even beat Google to the punch, which is yet...

GTA 5 For PC NVIDIA Game Ready Drivers Released

04/13/2015, In just a few hours PC gamers will finally get their hands on the title that they have been waiting for. GTA 5 came out a couple of years ago but only on consoles. Last year it was ported to the PS4 and Xbox One. Rockstar did confirm that a PC port is in...

NVIDIA SHIELD: Highest-Performing Android TV Box

04/09/2015, As Android TV boxes from Amazon have started to grab some market share, the upcoming Google Android TV push will only accelerate this movement. The NVIDIA SHIELD has been announced in early March, and features Tegra X1, a powerful system-on-chip (aka SoC)...

NVIDIA Releases GeForce 350.05 Hotfix To Fix Crashing Issues

04/06/2015, Heads up GeForce gamers, if you’re experiencing frequent crashing of your games then you might be pleased to learn that NVIDIA has recently released the 350.05 hotfix that will supposedly help alleviate those crashes that you are experiencing when you...

NVIDIA’s Self-Driving Car Platform Drive PX Will Launch In May

03/17/2015, NVIDIA might be known as a company that produces graphic cards, but the company’s involvement in automobiles has spanned several years. In fact the company is behind the digital dashboard found in some of Tesla’s vehicles. Now some of you guys might...

Alleged NVIDIA SHIELD Shows Up At The FCC

03/16/2015, It looks like NVIDIA’s upcoming Shield game console that is tipped to roll out later this May is about to make more headway in the news – especially when you take into consideration how the hardware has already gone through the motions over at the...

NVIDIA Unveils Their Latest GPU – The Titan X

03/04/2015, If you’re in the market for a new high-end GPU, we guess you pretty much only have two options to choose from – NVIDIA and AMD. If you’re a fan of the former you might be interested to learn that the company has recently taken the wraps off...