Nvidia said its gaming segment revenue is up but notebook sales were down.
Microsoft’s plan to bring Windows to low-power ARM processors, Windows RT, has struggled from the start — and now high-level partners are losing faith.
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.
Nvidia’s Danny Shapiro shows us the cool touchscreen inside the Lamborghini Aventador.
Nvidia promises huge gains in computing power for mobile devices and desktops.
Google Glass and self-driving cars top our list of things we want to use soon.
Nvidia’s Tegra mobile chip business is making up for weaker PC sales.
Mike Rayfield, who ran Nvidia’s mobile-processor development since 2005, has left the company.
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).
Nvidia‘s third quarter earnings beat analysts expectations, the company reported in an earnings call today.
Nvidia revealed today that its quad-core next-generation Tegra mobile processor has a surprise in it: a fifth core, or computing brain. The processor, code-named Project Kal-El, has a previously unannounced companion core that operates at exceptionally low power.
Microsoft plans to preview new Windows-based tablet software at next week’s All Things Digital D9 conference, according to a report by Bloomberg.
Nvidia, the largest stand-alone maker of graphics chips, beat earnings estimates for its first fiscal quarter ended May 1, thanks to stronger PC graphics chip sales and the beginning of revenues from its Tegra mobile chip business.
Nvidia chief executive Jen-Hsun Huang believes that the revolution in mobile computing electronics, driven by demand for smartphones and tablets, will eventually disrupt both the PC and server markets as well.
Nvidia reported a strong fiscal fourth quarter and said it was upbeat about the potential for its Tegra 2 mobile phone chips to be used in a raft of new smartphones and tablets.
Graphics chipmaker Nvidia announced today that it will have “the world’s first quad-core” mobile processor out today. That means its latest offering for cell phones and other mobile devices features four processing brains in one chip.
For years, Mike Rayfield had a lonely job as the top mobile exec at graphics chipmaker Nvidia. Nvidia has always been a beast in graphics chips for PCs, but its processors for mobile phones haven’t been huge sellers.
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Nvidia is reportedly racking up design wins for its Tegra 2 chip set for smartphones and tablets, with many of the devices expected to be announced at the Consumer Electronics Show.
As with many cellphone manufacturers trying to figure out how to make the leap into superphones, LG’s bet on Google’s Android operating system is turning out to be a wise decision. The company announced today that its budget-minded Optimus One is its fastest-selling phone ever, hitting 1 million units sold worldwide in 40 days.
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.