All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Nvidia’

Nvidia Shield Launches This June For $350

At CES 2013, Nvidia announced Project Shield – an Android-based handheld that could also stream PC games onto its 5-inch display. Now it’s been five months since its reveal, and Nvidia is almost ready to unleash its stab at the dedicated Android gaming machine market. Nvidia announced today that Project Shield is now simply called Shield. The GPU maker also …

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Nexus 7 Successor With Qualcomm CPU To Launch In July [Report]

It’s pretty much assumed at this point that Google will be showing off the new Nexus 7 at Google I/O next month. Now we just need to know its specs, and its launch date. Lucky enough, a new report out today tells us just that. Sources told Reuters that the Asustek-made Nexus 7 successor will be launching in July. If …

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Next-Generation Nexus 7 May Drop Nvidia For Qualcomm [Rumor]

Rumors have been building for a while now that Google will be introducing a new Nexus 7 this year. It will reportedly launch in May and feature a full HD display. Beyond that, we don’t know much else about the rumored hardware, but a recent report provides a few more details. Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnell recently said that the …

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Check Out Borderlands 2 Running On Nvidia’s Project SHIELD

One of the stranger announcements at CES this year was Nvidia’s Project SHIELD. In essence, it’s a handheld gaming device powered by the company’s new Tegra 4 mobile processor. Nvidia has stated that it will play all the latest and greatest Android titles, but the company has been primarily pushing its secondary function of streaming PC titles to its 5-inch …

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Nvidia’s Tegra 4 Isn’t Finding Support Among Smartphone Manufacturers [Rumor]

The major tech at CES 2013 wasn’t the 4K HD TVs or that awesome water display, but rather mobile processors. Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung all announced their respective next generation processors that will be powering smartphones and tablets in the near future. One of the companies, however, may be having some trouble in getting companies to support its latest processor. …

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CES 2013: Nvidia Booth Tour Takes A Sneak Peak At Smart Cars And PC Gaming

Like usual, Nvidia had one of the more eventful shows at CES. Its keynote revealed a number of new products, including the Tegra 4 processor and Project SHIELD. The latter is the most interesting as Nvidia is now competing in the dedicated gaming device market. Now, all of us can’t be at CES, but Nvidia has deemed it proper to …

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CES 2013: Relive The Magic Of Nvidia’s Opening Keynote

Nvidia officially kicked off CES by hosting its keynote on Sunday evening. The press conference was at 8 p.m. PST, however, and many people may have been already in bed. If you were too busy sleeping instead of catching up on the latest Nvidia news, the keynote is now available to watch at your leisure. Over the course of an …

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CES 2013: Nvidia Enters The Android Gaming Market With Project SHIELD

Nvidia, makers of fine graphics cards and mobile processors, announced Sunday evening its intentions to enter the increasingly lucrative Android hardware market. Much like its other products, however, its newest device will have more of a focus on gaming than general applications. Nvidia’s new portable device is called Project SHIELD. It’s a 5-inch 720p retina display attached to a console-quality …

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Nvidia’s GeForce Experience Enters Closed Beta

PC gaming has come a long way since the DOS and command line era where gamers had to input commands to even get a game to run. If you have a capable system these days, most games just work. There is still a feeling, however, among some prospective PC gamers that it’s still too complicated. Nvidia is going to start …

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Nvidia Releases New Linux Drivers For Its GTX 600 Series

Valve announced today that the closed beta for Linux is now beginning for those lucky few who were selected out of the 60,000 applicants. Those players will be able to start playing native versions of games like Team Fortress 2, but the performance may be a little spotty if the drivers aren’t up to date. It’s a good thing Nvidia …

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Science Ensures Our Destruction By Creating Sentient Robot Bees

Bees are an important part of the complex ecosystem that is nature. As such, it’s extremely important that we preserve the remaining honey bee populations that are constantly under attack by various threats like parasites. That’s why science is working furiously to preserve bees by uploading their brains into robots. io9 reports that researchers at the Universities of Sheffield and …

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Unreal Engine 3 Demoed on a Windows 8 Tablet

If you’ve been following the news leading up to the IFA conference this week in Berlin, you might think the trade show was meant as a venue for Sony and Samsung product announcements. As much as Windows 8 has been bashed as a desktop operating system, it’s widely acknowledged that the platform is an excellent interface for tablet devices. And …

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