Nvidia's sales of mobile chips are starting to pick up.
AMD will bundle eight high-end games with its 7990 graphics card for $999.
Nvidia continues to invest in companies that can make use of its graphics processors and mobile devices.
It's not a face-melter, but this graphics chip is no slouch.
Nvidia promises huge gains in computing power for mobile devices and desktops.
Technology might be used to cross the "uncanny valley."
Nvidia's new Titan chip is the same one used it the world's fastest supercomputer.
AMD is delivering a bunch of games for free to people who buy its graphics cards.
AMD says it gained market share in a part of the U.S. retail laptop chips market.
Editor's Pick Jen-Hsun Huang explains the thinking by Nvidia's bold new bet on Android mobile gaming and cloud games.
AMD will double down on mobile graphics in the coming months, starting with new chips available Jan. 7.
Nvidia's Tegra mobile chip business is making up for weaker PC sales.
Department of Energy completes work on Titan supercomputer with Nvidia's graphics chips and AMD microprocessors.
Graphics-chip maker AMD is launching the Never Settle bundle that includes a Radeon video card and multiple games for hardcore PC players.
Imagination Technologies will create chip designs that are optimized for foundry factories. The result will be faster chips.
Mike Rayfield, who ran Nvidia's mobile-processor development since 2005, has left the company.
Nvidia's Kepler-based graphics chips are becoming more and more mainstream as the company puts the designs into lower-cost graphics chips.
ARM Mali T600-based devices will be able to display eye-popping, beautiful 3D graphics.
When a graphics chip company exec changes jobs, it’s not usually a big news item. But Bob Feldstein’s move from Advanced Micro Devices to rival Nvidia is likely to set tongues wagging about the next-generation game console competition.
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AMD CEO Rory Read acknowledges AMD did not meet its commitments in the quarter.