Cloud gaming is gradually becoming more of a thing and with Microsoft, Google and NVIDIA all behind the biggest platforms you can access right now, which of them is actually worth your time and your money? It's actually a bit more complicated than just picking a winner.
The NVIDIA Shield TV continues to be about the only set-top box worth buying that runs Android, and it's still a fantastic living room companion for gamers. The latest update to the box adds support for next-gen controllers from both Microsoft and Sony to make your gaming a little more pleasant.
The Medium, the upcoming psychological horror game from genre-legends Bloober Team, will support NVIDIA's RTX ray tracing technologies on PC, and a new trailer showcases just how incredible this looks.
The latest entrant in the RTX 30 series is the $329 GeForce RTX 3060. It is twice as fast as the GTX 1060, lets you play the latest games at up to 60fps, and has all the other innovations that we've seen in the RTX 30 series.
Choosing the right NVIDIA RTX 2060 SUPER isn't a difficult task. Simply pick the card that best balances your budget with the performance you desire. We've rounded up some recommendations to get you on the right path.
NVIDIA GeForce Now is getting a huge addition to its catalog this week, with immediate availability of Cyberpunk 2077 in all its RTX ray traced glory. As soon as the PC version is live, the cloud is waiting.
VR performance hinges on a lot of factors, though perhaps none more important than the graphics card. If you're wondering what the best option is for your next gaming and VR PC, we've rounded up a bunch that fit a number of budgets and performance levels.