Tegra 4-based mobile game system features 5-inch display and debut in June; you may preorder it beginning May 20.
Nvidia's sales of mobile chips are starting to pick up.
New chief replaces Phil Carmack, who was at Nvidia for 10 years but left to become a CEO at a partner company.
The Ouya is more powerful than a Nexus 7 but is nowhere near a Galaxy S IV's performance.
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Nvidia is investing around $10 million in the project for mobile gaming.
Nvidia's new Kepler Mobile graphics chip will be able to run circles around the iPad.
The PC suffered its worst decline in 20 years in Q1, but Nvidia remains bullish.
New and old game companies are all fighting for the same territory: our living rooms.
Mobile gaming’s relationship to consoles will continue to evolve.
Any potential power gap between consoles and PCs won't matter because people are more interested in what games a platform has to offer.
Nvidia's Danny Shapiro shows us the cool touchscreen inside the Lamborghini Aventador.
Nvidia continues to invest in companies that can make use of its graphics processors and mobile devices.
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It's not a face-melter, but this graphics chip is no slouch.
Otoy's cloud graphics tools can be used to create high-end movies or games at lower costs.
GPU applications are spread across enterprise and consumer markets.
Nvidia's Grid VCA will speed visual cloud-based applications for users.
Nvidia promises huge gains in computing power for mobile devices and desktops.
Technology might be used to cross the "uncanny valley."