Auto cash flowing into the graphics card maker
The driverless car market is expected to grow to $42 billion by 2025 and Nvidia has a cunning plan to grab as much of that market as possible with its current automotive partnerships.
Europe's Gamescom will be the release day
Nvidia will be showing off its Pascal-based discrete notebook GPUs at Gamescom in Europe, on August 17-21.
Review: Great outfit for a gaming party
We like the way EVGA has designed its new GTX 1070 FTW graphics card. It is powerful enough to satisify the most cynical at a gaming party.
GeForce GTX 970 was not all it seemed
If you bought a GeForce GTX 970 then it looks like Nvidia will owe you $30 after agreeing to a preliminary settlement of a class action over some marketing of the card.
Pascal goes mobile
Today on the expo floor at SIGGRAPH 2016, Nvidia was showing off its new but unannounced Pascal based mobile Quadro thing.
Ends in a divorce
Tesla just ended its long term relations with Israeli based Mobileye. This comes as a rather sudden and unexpected shock as Mobileye is the company behind Tesla’s now very famous autopilot.
GPUs for business
Nvidia is about to formally announce its two new graphics cards for the business market – the Quadro P6000 and P5000.
We told you so
Nvidia just sent us an official note that the company has its 11 teraflops, 12 billion transistor Pascal based Titan X card and will start start flogging it on 2 August for $1200.
Starting at €279 and going as high €349
We decided to check on the European availability of Nvidia's latest Pascal addition to the Geforce lineup, the Geforce GTX 1060, and it appears that there are plenty of them available from the usual suspects, ranging from €279 to €349.