NVIDIA and Sony have announced that they will be live-streaming their CES 2015 press events directly to their official blogs.
HP is revamping their older Chromebook 14, now available for purchase from their website. The new Chromebook 14 offers a 1080p touchscreen, 4GB of RAM, a NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor along with many other improvements.
We’ve gotten an update on Google’s modular smartphone, Project Ara. Google is bringing both the NVIDIA Tegra K1 and the Marvell PXA1928 processors to the device, and we should see prototypes at their developer’s conference at the beginning of 2015.
The wait is finally over. NVIDIA Shield Tablet owners can now download Half-Life 2: Episode One from the Play Store for $7.99.
Good news for you NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet LTE owners… your Lollipop update is inbound!
NVIDIA is going crazy with freebies this Black Friday. Purchasing a NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet or Portable can get you all of the extras your heart desires including game controls, access to Grid gaming and more.
A recently filed ITC complaint requests the United States government to ban the sales of Nvidia graphics chips and mobile Tegra processors.
Google has given its ambitious Project Tango an official product page on its Play Store, though pricing and availability are both non-existent.
Nvidia has confirmed that Android Lollipop will arrive for its Shield Tablet on November 18th, along with its GRID streaming service and Dabbler 2.0 art studio.
NVIDIA sued Samsung in September. Samsung has now counter-sued NVIDIA saying that NVIDIA has violated 6 patents. And so the battle has begun.