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NVIDIA graphics could come to Chromebooks and PCs with MediaTek processors

NVIDIA may be in the process of acquiring ARM and launching several new ARM-based processors for data centers and autonomous vehicles. But the company is also partnering with other chip makers to bring NVIDIA graphics to new places – including supercomputers, edge hardware, and personal computers featuring ARM-based processors. From a consumer standpoint, one of […]

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Lilbits: Cross platform edition (Stadia on iOS, Apple TV on Chromecast, HBO Max on Roku)

Apple doesn’t let developer submit apps to the App Store if they effectively include their own app store… and that means game streaming services like Stadia, Luna, GeForce Now, and Xbox Cloud Gaming need not apply. But there’s an alternate path to streaming games on iPhones and iPads: the web browser. Amazon’s Luna game streaming […]

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NVIDIA announces 10 new RTX Studio laptops + new features for creative professionals

NVIDIA’s RTX graphics cards may be the first commercially available to support hardware-accelerated ray tracing for video games. But the company is also pushing its RTX products as solutions for laptops aimed at creative types who need a high-performance GPU. A few months ago the company announced that the first 17 “RTX Studio” laptops/mobile workstations […]

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NVIDIA launches RTX 2000 series graphics with ray-tracing technology

NVIDIA is launching the first graphics cards with support for real-time ray tracing. The NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070, RTX 2080, and RTX 2080 Ti graphics cards go up for pre-order today and should be available in stores starting September 20th. Prices start at $499. The new graphics cards are based on NVIDIA’s new Turing graphics […]