Today, Chinese giant Tencent Games and NVIDIA announced that they were partnering to bring PC gaming in the cloud to China. The press release Windows Central received said that NVIDIA’s "technology will power Tencent’s START cloud gaming service, which began testing earlier this year."
NVIDIA is giving its GeForce NOW UI on PC and Macs a bit of a visual overhaul today, putting a greater emphasis on finding your games when you need them. The new UI brings the search bar front and center and adds new levels of details for each game.
ASUS is launching the flagship laptop for NVIDIA's new Quadro RTX 6000 mobile graphics chip with the ProArt StudioBook One. The laptop is the first to sport the chip, and it joins a growing family of NVIDIA RTX Studio certified laptops.
As Gamescom 2019 rages on in Cologne, Germany, NVIDIA has pushed out a new Game Ready driver that introduces an ultra-low latency mode, sharper scaling for retro and pixel-art games, and several improvements for modern games.
NVIDIA provided an update on their GeForce NOW game streaming beta today, sharing the news that it will soon be expanding to Android phones. Additionally, RTX servers are beginning to roll out for users in California and Germany.
The video game industry is a tough market and even established companies have a hard time. Today, the graphics card manufacturer, NVIDIA, announced its financial results for the second quarter of the fiscal year. Unfortunately, they're not that good. While the company didn't register a loss, net income is down 50 percent and revenue is down 17 percent.
NVIDIA has used the annual SIGGRAPH conference in LA to announce a further 10 additions to the RTX Studio laptop lineup, including new models from Lenovo, Dell, HP and BOXX. And some of them are stupid powerful.
NVIDIA’s Lightspeed Studios has released Quake II RTX, a revamp of the classic id title with ray tracing and realistic lighting effects provided by GeForce RTX graphics cards. The game also brings improved textures, effects, and much more.
Most of the big reveals from Computex 2019 have been announced, so we decided to take a look at some of the biggest news to come out of the annual trade show. From AMD and Intel battling for processor supremacy to dual-screen laptop prototypes and an absolute load of new laptops, there's plenty of new and interesting stuff to check out.