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.
Detachable notebook with Skylake and Geforce
During its Windows 10 event in New York, Microsoft has pulled a rabbit out of its hat by announcing the new Surface Book, a 13.5-inch 2-in-1 notebook, powered by Intel Skylake CPU and Nvidia discrete Geforce GPU, that can be used both as a notebook or detached and used as a tablet.
12.3-inch tablet, starting at US $899
During its Windows 10 event in New York, Microsoft has unveiled its 4th generation Surface Pro tablet.
Liquid cooling, 20MP PureView camera and high-end SoCs
As expected and rumored earlier, Microsoft has officially unveiled its two new high-end Lumia smartphones at its Windows 10 event in New York..
All devices from Nexus 5 days
As it has promised last week during its event, Google has started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to the rest of the Nexus lineup.
Spotted in shipping manifest
While we already knew that AMD is working on a Fiji-based dual-GPU flagship graphics card, the newest leak from a shipping manifest suggest that AMD might name it as the Radeon R9 Gemini.
In new Dell Precision 3510, 7510 and 7710
AMD was quite keen to announce that Dell has chosen AMD's new FirePro mobile workstation graphics cards for its new Dell Precision 3510, 7510 and 7710 series mobile workstation notebooks, including the FirePro W7170M, FirePro W5170M and the AMD FirePro W5130M.
Fixes Catalyst 15.9 memory leak issue
AMD has released its new Catalyst 15.9.1 Beta drivers which are mostly an updated Catalyst 15.9 Beta drivers with a fix for a major video memory leak bug.
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.