Best of Rezzed 2018
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Fires shots at Nvidia's restrictive GPP.
In-house design, company claims.
Licensing deal would allow Nvidia to sell its tech to the likes of Apple and Samsung.
In the first of a regular series of articles looking at the giants of the tech industry, we focus on Nvidia - it's had a torrid time over the past 18 months, but in the past, it's always come back stronger when under pressure, so what does the future hold this time for Nvidia?
Gearbox has confirmed it is not making a game based on the film Heat and may now actually be hoping to sell the rights.
AMD says future AMD platforms will only use AMD chipsets, but hasn't confirmed if this applies to both the server and desktop markets.
Nvidia has announced that it has filed a countersuit in the Court of Chancery, Delaware, against Intel for breach of contract.
Registered Wii developers get access to Nvidia's PhysX SDK, which has now been approved as a worldwide third-party tool.
AMD's chief lawyer says that Intel's recent threats to AMD are about trying to kill off the company, rather than protecting Intel's intellectual property.
Intel says that Global Foundries isn't a subsidiary under the terms of its agreement with AMD, and threatens to pull AMD’s licenses.
It's a question of 'when' rather than 'if' says Nvidia when asked about whether it plans to enter the general purpose processor market.
Intel said this afternoon that if it was to win the suit it filed against Nvidia, it would consider re-negotiating the agreements it has with its rival.
We have just learned that Intel has filed suit against Nvidia, asking the court to make a declaratory judgement relating to two four-year old license agreements.
Nokia has filed a complaint with the European Commission over licence fees being extracted by GSM patent holder IPCom, which it claims are unfair.
Electronic Arts and 2K Games have announced that they will both license Nvidia's PhysX technology across all of their worldwide studios.
Intel will question AMD over its foundary spin-off because it could effectively invalidate its x86 cross-licensing agreement.
NVISION 2008: Tom Petersen, Director of Technical Marketing for Nvidia's chipset business, says that Nvidia has a QPI license as part of the cross-licensing agreement.
The videogame of Lost has finally arrived much to the joy of series fanatics everywhere. Formed from a collaboration of the Lost team and Ubisoft, the game offers a brand new glimpse at the Lost franchise and a chance to immerse yourself in the story. But is it any good?
We know we aren't the only one to be giddy with joy at the idea of a new Ghostbusters game, so check the new details which have crept out.
You've seen the film, adored the cartoon and bought all the toys. There's only one question left on your mind and that's whether or not the new game is more than meets the eye...
MMO operators in the UK may soon need a new license to avoid breaking new gambling laws that will take effect come September.
Due to VIA suffering a license dispute and falling market share the Intel chipset market, it has quit while it's ahead. Instead the company will focus solely on making chipsets for its own C7 CPUs.
If you thought Windows Genuine Advantage was your biggest concern after installing Windows Vista, you might want to think again after reading this.
Over the past couple of days, Wal-Mart's plan for a massive shipment of very affordable HD DVD players from China leaked onto the web.
Representatives from both Intel and ATI have responded to the rumours regarding Intel's removal of the ATI chipset license.
Microsoft is set to change the way that it does its Corporate Volume Licensing when Windows Vista is released. This is an attempt to crack down on pirated versions of the operating system.