The past is on display throughout Blizzard’s hallways, but don’t expect to get a glimpse of Titan, the all-important upcoming online title.
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Blizzard also expects WOW to stick around for a many years.
Even with reinforcements from another delayed project can’t keep it on schedule, GamesBeat has learned.
Editor’s Pick The game known only under the codename Titan has been delayed. The publisher is redeploying about 70 developers to other projects.
Respawn’s legal department has made a move to trademark “Titan” for use in video games.
Nvidia’s new Titan chip is the same one used it the world’s fastest supercomputer.
Steve Scott, chief technology officer for Tesla graphics chip products at Nvidia, was feeling pretty good this week after the Oak Ridge National Laboratory announced it will build the world’s fastest supercomputer using 18,000 high-end graphics chips from Nvidia.
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.
Editor's Pick Blizzard Entertainment is under pressure to deliver something big before the end of the year, now that it has delayed Diablo 3 until 2012. It has plenty of options, but signs point to the company finally dropping details about its hotly-anticipated next online game, code-named “Titan.”
AT&T is the first US carrier to announce its lineup of Windows Phone 7.5 (Mango) devices today, including the Samsung Focus S, Samsung Focus Flash and HTC Titan.
HTC today finally revealed its first phones running Windows Phone 7′s new Mango update: the mid-range Radar and high-end Titan.