Phil Rogers defects
AMD is reeling after the high profile exit of one its top CPU brains Phil to rival Nvidia.
Intel Skylake Core i7-6700HQ quad-core CPU as well
Gaming notebooks usually end up to be a desktop replacement device rather than a portable notebook due to their size, weight and battery life but now it appears that MSI managed to change that a bit by releasing the new 14-inch GS40 Phantom notebook.
The war continues
Nvidia is in the middle of a legal battle against Samsung and Qualcomm over seven GPU patents. Now a judge has given Samsung and Qualcomm a get out of jail free card over two out of seven patents.
Star Wars: Battlefront optimizations
Nvidia has released its latest Geforce graphics card drivers which bring all the optimizations for the upcoming open beta phase of Star Wars: Battlefront game and a few other improvements.
Things got delayed for two years
A year ago Fudzilla revealed that Samsung has been building a mobile GPU. We are still as puzzled about it now as we were then, but there are more confirmations that they should finish it in the 2017 – 2018 timeframe.
Choice between two big upcoming AAA titles
Nvidia hasn't forgot about the way its meant to be player and it has announced the new Bullets or Blades Geforce holiday bundle that will allow future buyers to choose between two big AAA titles, Assassin's Creed Syndicate and Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege.
Teaming up with Big Blue Power
Big Blue has launched a line of Power processor-based, Linux-tuned machines which are helped out by Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs.
Select countries and retailers
Although it was officially announced back in May in the US, Nvidia's Shield Android TV set-top box/console, will now be available in select European countries and retailers.
Nvidia GRID becomes US $7.99/month priced Geforce Now
While Nvidia GRID has been available for free to all Nvidia Shield users as a beta service for quite some time, Nvidia is now finally ready to take it out of the beta phase and launch the new Geforce Now cloud gaming service.
10.2-inch tablet powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC
During its press event, Google has unveiled its new premium tablet, the 10.2-inch Pixel C powered by Nvidia Tegra X1 SoC and running on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.