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The gaming and entertainment device finally makes its way to retailers on July 31.
NVIDIA announced on Wednesday that the Kepler technology found in desktops and supercomputers is now being integrated into mobile devices. Some readers may be familiar with NVIDIA’s Project Logan, the
NVIDIA took to their official blog this Sunday to announce that the gaming console/entertainment device, SHIELD, is set to launch on July 31. Indeed, after roughly one month delay, the
Listen up, mobile gamers! NVIDIA, listening to the feedback of the community, has dropped the price of the Shield one week ahead of its launch. Now, instead of carrying a
NVIDIA announced the Tegra 4i processor with LTE integrated on-board in February, and it seems it will be hitting the market soon. Folks over at Anandtech were lucky enough to get
Nyko announced on Tuesday that it will soon offer a line of products related to the NVIDIA Shield portable gaming console. Set to arrive this summer and later this year,
So excited about selling the NVIDIA Shield are retailers that they have begun offering pre-orders early. Effective immediately, you can place an order for the gaming console/controller/Android device through places
NVIDIA made quite a stir at CES this last January with the announcement of what they called “Project Shield”, a new gaming device powered by Android. Well, now it seems
Today, NVIDIA has announced their newest hardware, the Tegra 4i processor with LTE integrated on-board, as well as some specifics for their i500 LTE modem. The project was formerly known
Google may turn to Qualcomm as the chipmaker of choice for the next-generation Nexus 7, reports Pacific Crest analyst Michael McConnel. Citing supply chain issues and competitive pricing, Google could be leaving
NVIDIA looks to be kicking off a new weekly series of posts and videos dedicated to the Project SHIELD so we felt obligated to pass the news to you. You’ll
NVIDIA has put together a lengthy blog post to detail all the fun and excitement (and stress) that went into creating the new Project SHIELD. We didn’t realize this at
According to the Russian tech site Mobile Review, NVIDIA may have some bigger plans up their sleeves than they let on to at CES this year. While we already saw
If you’re looking to pick up all the information given in the NVIDIA press release at CES, then read ahead. You can check it out below, including the intro of
Don’t look now, but NVIDIAis back with another new processor for you mobile enthusiasts. Before you start talking about how you don’t need more cores or that the average users