Nvidia has significantly bolstered its mobile portfolio by acquiring the UK-based Icera for $367 million in cash.
ARM and LG have clinched a new licensing agreement that will offer the latter company access to the Cortex-A15 MPCore, Cortex-A9 MPCore, Mali T604 GPU and CoreLink interconnect.
Yes, AMD is finally getting serious about tablets. And why not?
Nvidia has debuted its long-awaited GeForce GTX 590. The card - which targets "über" hardcore gamers - is powered by two Fermi-class GPUs on a single board.
Don't go running out to buy Nvidia's Geforce 3D Vision pack because the price just came down, unless you happen to own a specifically equipped 3D computer.
Senior JPR analyst Ted Pollak recently described the majority of mainstream gamers as "technology enthusiasts" who routinely utilize a number of devices, including computers, handheld consoles, tablets and smartphones.
Nvidia has launched a free app that provides quick access to Android games specifically optimized for the Tegra 2 mobile processor.
As expected, the app also offers game reviews, high-res screenshots, HD trailers, videos and behind-the-scenes featurettes.
Nvidia has debuted its next-gen quad-core mobile processor at MWC. Dubbed "Project Kal-El," the chip was showcased running in an Android tablet that rendered high-res video games and streamed 1440p video content on a 2560x1600 panel.
No one can dispute the fact that Nvidia spent an immense amount of time and money developing a viable 3D ecosystem. However, the rapidly evolving standard has yet to be adopted by the majority of mainstream or core gamers.
Nvidia's decision to develop an indigenous ARM-based microprocessor brand has won major props from a number of analysts, including Matthew Wilkins of IHS iSuppli.
W00t, the Optimus 3D is indeed real! Yes, LG confirmed the existence of the "world's first" fully-functioning 3D smartphone just hours after images of the enigmatic device hit the 'Net.
Nvidia is targeting core DX11 gamers with its newly launched TiGeForce GTX 560 Ti (Titanium) GPU.
Nvidia is reportedly planning to ship a 3D enabled Tegra 2 processor later this year.
Chip giant Intel has signed a lucrative, six-year cross-licensing agreement with Nvidia.
Nvidia and a crew of modders have fashioned a fully-functional beer dispensing system and liquid cooled GeForce GTX gaming PC out of a single 15.5 gallon keg.
This week has been extremely busy for chip superstar Nvidia with multiple partnerships announced from the mobile, computing, and now automobile industries.
Nvidia has confirmed that it is developing a lineup of ARM-based CPUs designed to power personal computers, servers, and even supercomputers.
Today in Las Vegas, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang took center stage to highlight the power of the company's Tegra 2 chip.
PC vendors are poised to launch over 200 systems in the first half of 2011 that will feature Nvidia GeForce GPUs paired with next-gen Intel Sandy Bridge CPUs.
A number of prominent mobile vendors have reportedly selected Nvidia's dual-core Tegra 2 to power a new generation of tablets.