Nvidia’s $2,999 Titan V is a 110 teraflop GPU for AI processing

Nvidia cards are the de facto standard for running machine learning workloads and today, the company added yet another high-end compute-centric card to its line-up: the Titan V. This card, which is ba

Crunch Report | Super Mario Run Hits the App Store

Super Mario Run is now in the App Store, Instagram passes 600 million users, Facebook hits fake news where it hurts, Facebook releases a bunch of overlays and stickers for Messenger and Tom Wheeler is

Pinscreen launches with high-tech distractions for a nerve-wracking election

Pinscreen says it has developed a system for generating what can be photorealistic three-dimensional images from a single scan. While the technology's current applications involved distorted faces for

UK graphics company Imagination Technologies is laying off 350 as it feels the iPhone pinch

Smartphone sales are slowing down, and it looks like Apple might see its first iPhone sales decline in the next quarter. That pinch is now being felt by one of Apple’s key suppliers. UK comp

Wacom’s New WILL Project Aims To Make A New Universal Computing Language Out Of Digital Ink

Leading digital graphics and input company Wacom has launched an ambitious new project that aims to universalize digital ink across platforms and devices. Project WILL (Wacom Ink Layer Language) wants

Nvidia Brings Kepler To Mobile, Offers Same Graphics Power As iPad 4 With One-Third The Battery Drain

At the SIGGRAPH conference going on this week, Nvidia has made a potentially huge announcement regarding the future of mobile gaming: the company is bringing its Kepler graphics architecture to mobile

Wacom Cintiq 22HD Vs. Modbook Pro: Screen Real Estate Takes On Portability For The Digital Artist

Tablets are everywhere these days thanks to the iPad, but they lack a certain finesse necessary for fine digital arts work. That's where longtime players like Wacom and Modbook still excel. Recently,

From W to X to Wayland

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Nintendo 3DS graphics chipset revealed

<img src="" />While Nintendo is normally very closed-mouthed about the actual hardware used in their systems, there has been some news

NVIDIA eyeing netbook market, waiting for evolution

Ah, graphics. One of the present-day netbook’s Achilles’ heels. While NVIDIA struck a deal earlier this year with VIA to work on its netbook-friendly “Nano” processors, it appears that the gra

XDepth Raw works as both JPEG and RAW

Interesting. I’ve always wondered when a lossless compression scheme for RAW shots would become popular — there’s already Rawzor, but it’s not the same idea. This XDepth Raw fo

New, easier technique for capturing high-res textures I’m no asset creation specialist, but from what I’ve heard it’s not that difficult to get textures, although mak

ATI's Radeon 4870 hit NVIDIA so hard their prices fell down

Damn, when I first heard about the GeForce 260 and 280 I thought it was checkmate. No one expected much of the new line of Radeons in the first place given ATI’s lackluster offerings lately, and

Matrox comes out of its cave, offers new video cards

You may remember Matrox. They were a significant competitor back in the days when the graphics card scene was TNT2 vs. Voodoo3. The dark horse was always Matrox, whose dual-display-oriented cards alwa

Wii middleware makers: Step up to the graphical plate, developers

High Voltage Software are calling out Wii developers for not putting enough graphical oomph in their Wii games. High Voltage’s new Quantum3 engine supports many advanced graphical effects not be

NVIDIA introduces new GPUs, motherboard as part of 'fastest GeForce platforms ever'

If you’ve got $600 burning a hole in your pocket, maybe head on down to your nearby electronics superstore and throw down for the NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GX2. It’s got 256 processing cores on

Keep that receipt: GeForce 9800 GX2s have heat problems with some motherboards

There was a big to-do yesterday with the release of the GeForce 9800 GX2, the dual-GPU supercard from Nvidia . Reviews were cautiously positive, but Bit-Tech had a mysterious problem: constant overhea

Nvidia's dual-GPU 9800 GX2 will break you: review roundup

The first reviews are showing up for Nvidia’s beast of a single-slot card, the 9800 GX2. In case you don’t remember it from when it showed on the scene, the GX2 is basically a pair of 8800

Nvidia's 9800GTX coming at the end of March

I don’t plan on upgrading just yet, especially considering how much this thing is certain to cost, but if the performance of the 9600 is any indication, this new line is going to be great. 512MB

NVIDIA going mobile with APX 2500 cell phone chip

What say you to the idea of cramming an NVIDIA GeForce chip into your cell phone? It’s coming, and in high definition too. The NVIDIA APX 2500 is an ultra-low power mobile applications processin
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