News tagged ‘nvidia’
Friday, 24 Feb 2012
NVIDIA has trademark the new name of its Tegra 3 architecture to the 4-PLUS-1 quad core architecture to accommodate the products' growing popularity.
Wednesday, 22 Feb 2012
Preloaded with the latest Google Android 4.0, the ZTE Mimosa X is probably one of the last few Android smartphones sporting NVIDIA's dual-core Tegra 2 processor.
Friday, 10 Feb 2012
Press invites are usually a hint at what will be announced at the press conference. NVIDIA definitely took that route with the words "quad-core" and a smartphone put together within the press invite, hinting at the unveiling of a quad-core smartphone during MWC 2012.
Thursday, 26 Jan 2012
The specifications of NVIDIA GK104 GPU has been revealed and the GPU is based on NVIDIA's next-generation 28nm Kepler architecture. Kepler was first announced at the GPU Technology Conference in September 2010 and was touted as the worthy successor to Fermi.
Thursday, 12 Jan 2012
You would have thought by now you know all that needs to be known about the Tegra 3, but NVIDIA made more surprise feature announcements of the SoC at CES 2012. Find out what Prism Display Technology and DirectTouch offer to the Tegra 3 and the tablets using them.
Tuesday, 20 Dec 2011
Equipped with the CoolStream technology, the GeForce GTX 570 Battlefield 3 Limited Edition incorporates full support for NVIDIA 3D Vision and NVIDIA Surround technologies.
Wednesday, 14 Dec 2011
NVIDIA announces that it will provide the source code for the new NVIDIA CUDA LLVM-based compiler to academic researchers and software-tool vendors.
Wednesday, 30 Nov 2011
ASUS has gotten the upper hand in the quad-core tablet race with its Transformer Prime tablet already available for pre-order in North America, but Acer and Lenovo are planning to close the gap in early 2012.
Monday, 28 Nov 2011
Japanese website 4Gamer has revealed a detailed roadmap for NVIDIA's upcoming 28nm Kepler GPU desktop offerings and highlights NVIDIA's strategy bottom-to-top strategy for releasing these GPUs.
Thursday, 24 Nov 2011
The Tsubame 2.0 system, a heterogeneous computer, was listed as the greenest petaflop-class supercomputer on the recently released Green500 list.