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Sonic 4: Episode II now available for Tegra 3 devices

05/16/2012, You can probably remember that we wrote to you about the coming of Sonic the Hedgehog 4 on Tegra-powered devices last year. Our team even played the game on a Tegra 3-powered Asus Transformer Prime at the Mobile World Congress in February this year. But...

GeForce Grid To Accelerate Cloud-Based Gaming Rendering

05/15/2012, GeForce Grid is described by NVIDIA has a cloud gaming platform which is a “gaming-as-a-service” product which lets developer address a larger market by executing games on remote servers and stream them to all kinds of devices (laptop,...

NVIDIA’s Kepler GPU Supports Cloud Environments

05/15/2012, NVIDIA has just announced at its GTC conference that the NVIDIA Kepler* graphics processor (GPU) has been designed to support virtualized environments which are the basis of cloud computing. GPUs are traditionally very hard to integrate in a virtual...

Apple’s next-gen MacBook Pros to feature NVIDIA GPUs? [Rumor]

05/15/2012, Are you looking forward to getting your hands on the new MacBook laptops by Apple? If you are, unfortunately apart from the possibility of Apple turning to Intel’s Ivy Bridge processors for the new computers, little to nothing is known about what we can...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690 Launch Video (HD)

05/01/2012,   The video featuring the launch of the GeForce GTX 690 by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang is now available. If you want to see the co-founder of NVIDIA present the company’s latest graphics card, which is powered by over 3000 computing cores, spread...

HTC One X quad-core vs. dual-core

04/30/2012, A YouTube video showing the benchmarking of the HTC One X powered by Tegra 3 against the HTC One X powered by SnapDragon (S4) has made its way to the web. At the moment, no quad-core version of the HTC One is available in the USA (but is available in...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 690: Dual-Kepler GPUs

04/29/2012, After teasing us for most of last week, NVIDIA has finally launched its GeForce GTX 690, a graphics card powered by two GPUs based on the “Kepler” architecture. The new card was announced at an odd hour in the USA, but that’s because...

GPUs – Tool for Accelerating Cancer Research

04/18/2012, Cancer as most of us might know is treated with not only the poisonous chemotherapy but also with highly potent beams of radiation. This has worked well so far to kill the cancer cells and to destroy tumors. The problem is that radiation does not discern...

NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 “Wayne” roadmap and spec sheet leaked

04/09/2012, NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 quad-core processor has made its way into several high profile devices this year, such as the ASUS Transformer Prime and the HTC One X, so what else can we expect from the company in the future? We know that the company already has...

NVIDIA’s CEO hints at $199 Tegra 3 Android tablets for the summer

03/29/2012, Android tablets come in a range of different prices, some high-end ones like the ASUS Transformer Prime, while some going as low as $100 (although you might have to go China for those). In any case, Amazon’s Kindle Fire priced at $199 seemed like a...

ASUS Transformer Prime giveaway: don’t miss your chance!

03/22/2012, Just a quick reminder that our Transformer Prime giveaway that we kicked off last week is still going on right now. If you’ve ever wanted to win ASUS’ flagship Android tablet, we have two units that will be given away to two lucky contestants...

NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680: Great In Every Way

03/22/2012, NVIDIA has officially introduced the GeForce GTX 680, its latest high-end GPU based on the architecture codenamed “Kepler”. This is quite an upgrade as it adds three times as many “CUDA cores” (the basic computing blocks) when...