Acer thumps Nvidia on its shield
Published in Notebooks

Predator 8 tablet for gamers

While the tablet market shrinks faster than Ant Man in a cold bath, Acer thinks that it can score a few points of Nvidia's Shield with an Android gaming tablet.

Nvidia releases new Geforce 355.82 WHQL drivers
Published in Graphics

Game Ready drivers for Metal Gear Solid V and Mad Max

Nvidia has released its newest Geforce 355.82 WHQL Game Ready drivers for the two new games, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain and Mad Max.

Nvidia launches Grid 2.0 servers
Published in Graphics

Virtual services for Windows and Linux

Nvidia has announced the release of its Grid 2.0 servers and expects it will have industry support. The idea is to deliver even most graphics-intensive applications to any connected device virtually.  

Nvidia releases new Geforce 355.80 Hotfix driver
Published in Graphics

Fixing SLI issue with Windows 10 OS

Nvidia has released the new Geforce 355.80 Hotfix driver which should fix a critical issue for users running an SLI configuration on Windows 10 OS.

MediaTek has IoT, automotive aspirations
Published in Wearables

Acquisitions possible, seeking Japanese partners 

The market is definitely changing. MediaTek made a lot of money on its smartphone SoC sales, but the company is looking beyond that. They now have clear IoT and Automotive market aspirations.

New "14nm" GPU  rumours
Published in Graphics

Both Nvidia and AMD getting ready

AMD and Nvidia both appear to be certain to get their "14 nm" out next year.

Nvidia officially launches Geforce GTX 950
Published in Graphics

Maxwell optimized for MOBA and 1080p gaming

Nvidia has launched its newest Geforce 900 series graphics card, the GM206-based, US $159.99 priced Geforce GTX 950.

Nvidia is the king of the GPU market
Published in Graphics

Owns nearly 80 per cent 

Nvidia's desktop GPUs accounted for nearly 80 percent of all sales in the segment in Q2 2015, its highest market share ever.

DirectX12 is bad news for Nvidia
Published in Processors

AMD staff seen dancing in the street

Microsoft's move to DirectX12 might have helped AMD rather than Nvidia.

GPU shipments down 11 per cent
Published in Graphics

Suppliers need to sell less to make money

Nvidia had good quarter thanks to selling plenty of desktop-based Geforce cards, but the overall market has dropped 11 percent from the last quarter.