Nvidia unveils Turing-based Quadro RTX family
Packs up to 48GB of GDDR6.
$120, cools up to 250W TDP parts.
Can AMD reign in Intel's high-end desktop dominance with 2nd Gen Ryzen Threadripper 32- and 16-core CPUs
LA Noire is now out on PC: we don a fedora, light a smoke and wander the streets of 1947 LA.
We take an early look at Dice's fantastic new shooter and drool over the new Frostbite 2 engine.
Large industry group backs new Ethernet based A/V standard called HDBaseT.
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?
A photo of what appears to be Larrabee's die has tipped up in a presentation at the opening of Intel's Visual Computing Institute at Saarland University, Germany.
NVISION 2008: Battlestar Galactica star Tricia Helfer talks about how visual computing affects her role as an actor in a roundabout sort of way.
IDF FALL 2008: With the announcement of Visual Adrenaline, Intel will offer comprehensive support for game developers.
IDF FALL 2008: Intel talks about its research efforts behind a new Connected Visual Computing initiative.
It's almost three years since we last interviewed David Kirk, Nvidia's Chief Scientist. And with everything going on in the industry right now, it was a great time to catch up with him to find out where he sees the industry going and how Nvidia will be part of that.
IDF SPRING 08: Pat Gelsinger kicked off IDF this morning with talk about how he believes Larrabee will change the visual computing industry.
Google has rolled out a new anti-piracy tool onto YouTube, which identifies pirated video as it is uploaded to the site... providing content owners provide copies of copyrighted material.
In a rather bizarre and unexpected announcement, AMD has revealed that former ATI president and CEO, Dave Orton, will leave AMD after just nine months.
The music industry is expected to sue Yahoo! China after allegedly providing users with links to pirated music.