Nvidia announces a new update that gives their Shield hand held gaming device the ability to play Android Jelly Bean games, as well as the ability to use a new mode called GameStream.
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Nvidia hopes that a price drop can help its dedicated hand-held Andorid gaming device make a splash in the gaming market. The real question is: Is there really a market for such a device?
With the summer fast approaching it’s become time for hardware and computer companies to start gearing up for the large base of gamers out there looking for something to to. Razer has a definite shot at being one of the winners with this new beauty.
A funny World of Warcraft promo, cool tech, and a great read on Blade Runner tech. Also: Potpurri – It’s pronounced “poe-pour-e”.
Heavy hit with some tech news about Windows Phone 8, some exciting video game news about Unreal Engine as well as NVIDIA, some interesting news items, and, of course, Pikachu on drugs.
With the brand new NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile processor, a beastly CPU that will give the Samsung Android Tablet a pretty substantial upgrade, the new Samsung Galaxy looks to become a large jump for the mobile device market. Plus it’s lighter and more energy efficient!
We bring you news of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, which will debut at a very reasonable price point of $249. This video card has eight tessellation engines and 384 CUDA cores and produces 33% better performance over the GTX 460.
NVIDIA has officially announced it’s new six-year cross-branding agreement with Intel beginning January 18, 2011. This agreement will have Intel payout a total of $1.5 billion (in five easy installments) in exchange for NVIDIA technology licensing fees.
NVIDIA and Intel have also agreed to graciously drop all outstanding legal disputes between them, giving Intel full access to all of NVIDIA’s large range of patents and technical intellectual property. In return, NVIDIA will receive an aggregate of $1.5 billion in licensing fees and retain use of Intel’s patents.