Gamers are the target for the Nvidia GeForce GTX 780Ti
Nvidia is looking for a startup with the most disruptive innovation when it comes to using graphics processing units (GPUs).
Java programmers can tap the power of graphics chips to get more performance.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 runs a Exynos 5 Octa central processing unit with multiple cores and a GPU, or graphical processing unit, that hums along at 480 MHz GPU.
Unless, of course, you’re running benchmarking applications.
The high-end PC is already a step ahead of the consoles. In six months, it will be even further ahead.
The number of ARM Mali licensees has now grown to 75.
Apple’s iPod Touch is actually far less powerful than we thought.
Nvidia launches the GeForce GTX 660 Ti graphics chip to boost PC gaming even further.
ARM Mali T600-based devices will be able to display eye-popping, beautiful 3D graphics.
Lick that cone, ice cream boy. Just don’t be thinking about the trillions of calculations that went into making that flavor taste just right.
Nvidia is forging ahead with its plans to revolutionize supercomputers and workstations with a number of announcements today. Among them, the Barcelona Supercomputing Center will be the first in the world to adopt a solution that combines Nvidia’s low-power ARM-based Tegra central processing units (CPUs) with Nvidia’s graphics processing units (GPUs).
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory plans to create what could become the world’s most powerful supercomputer based on a Cray supercomputer with 18,000 microprocessors from Advanced Micro Devices and an equal number of Nvidia graphics chips.
Nvidia, a producer of video cards and graphic processing units (GPUs), expects its graphics processor sales to remain strong throughout the holiday shopping season as it expands further into the mobile market, according to its quarterly earnings report released today.
Adobe showed off a cool technology that will help everyone who takes bad, blurry photos turn them into good, focused ones.
Amid a bunch of cool stereoscopic 3D demos, Nvidia announced today that it can run its graphics-based programming technology on any computer regardless of whether it uses an Nvidia graphics chip or not.
Intel showed a demo of its hybrid graphics-microprocessor chip today, a chip that’s aimed at eliminating the need for a stand-alone graphics chip in personal computers.
Intel hopes to shake up the computer chip market as it unveils details on Monday about how it is putting a microprocessor and graphics processor onto a single silicon chip.