If you thought that all the gaming news from E3 centered around the Playstation 4 and Xbox One, you weren't paying close attention closely enough.
The Nintendo 3DS and Sony PS Vita are about to get some serious portable gaming competition next month.
NVIDIA is joining the gaming wars, but its Android-powered handheld is different from Nintendo and Sony's portables: it can play full PC games.
As of late, we're hearing more and more about mobile devices packing quad-core processors like Nvidia's Tegra 3. But what kind of power can quad-core get the end-user? Graphics and visual effects that nearly rival the Xbox 360. 2012 is going to rock.
We know 3D glasses are uncomfortable, often heavy and expensive, but for better or worse, some people enjoy 3D content and they need extra pairs for others to enjoy it with them. Nvidia's new 3D Vision glasses start at an affordable $99, but bring back another annoyance: the wire.
Straight out of left field is news that Amazon is working on two tablets that will just about smoke what every other tablet maker's offering right now. It's important to remember that BGR is claiming these two tablets will be from Amazon, the company with a new ad-supported Kindle e-reader.
NVIDIA doesn't spend all its time making computer guts, you know. They also find weird places to stick said computer guts. Like a beer keg, for example.
You're looking at the future of graphics cards, NVIDIA's GTX 480 and GTX 470, touted as the world's fastest. This is the next generation, the first cards with superfast tech NVIDIA calls Fermi — that means faster frame rates at...
A big gripe with netbooks you often hear is that they're too sluggish, especially when you're trying to do anything remotely taxing to the GPU — anything from playing a simple game to working with more advanced elements. Even with...
NVIDIA put out a call for fancy casemods using its ION ITX platform. What came back? Well, fancy casemods! The ION Cube is a design by Bill Owen of Mnpctech.com, and it won first place in NVIDIA's competition. It's a...