Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang admits that PCs with integrated graphics have "largely become good enough." So why is the company doing so well?
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Micron Technology launched new solid-state drives for PCs and touted longevity to appeal to those worried about SSDs that die too early.
Visual computing technology provider Nvidia will be bringing its GRID virtual GPU to selected Chromebooks and VMware vSphere to ensure that customers have access to high-performance graphics on their virtualised desktops.
Nvidia's GRID technology enables graphics-heavy applications such as Autodesk AutoCAD to run in the cloud to any device.
Storage and SAN technology vendors this week introduced a wide range of Thunderbolt products for super-fast networking between Macs and PCs.
The latest PCs designed for cryptocurrency mining feature AMD Radeon R9 graphics cards and start at $989.
Though the company is introducing its new desktop graphics flagship without much fanfare, a number of gaming PCs will be shipping with the new board.
ARM has acquired a company that specializes in graphics technology for games as the race to produce better mobile device chips for entertainment purposes continues.
What are the most awesome technology creations that have changed the world that we live in? Let's start with these.
Putting off investments in new PCs and other infrastructure may save money in the short term, but research suggests sticking with older technology may hurt a small company's credibility with employees and customers.
LondonOffices.com has run a survey and reckons that people have better technology at home – PCs and broadband – than they do at work, but the numbers suggest the opposite is true…
The chip maker's CEO says that graphics technology licensing deals will soon be on the table to increase the firm's future profitability.
UEFI — the BIOS replacement that bought the Secure Boot technology to Windows 8 PCs — is set to appear in a wide range of devices, from smartphones to servers.
The first day of Nvidia's annual GPU Technology Conference delivered with updated roadmaps for its graphics processors and Tegra mobile chips, the company's first server appliance, and a “tiny, little computer” called Kayla among lots of other news.
The board of the world's number one supplier of PCs by shipment is reportedly looking at options to "obtain maximum value for shareholders." One of those options is splitting up the technology giant into smaller companies.
The shift from PCs to post-PC devices is a lot more than just replacing desktops and notebooks with smartphones and tablets; it's a shift in how we interact with technology. This will have a significant effect on how the PC evolves over the coming years.
The upstart company's partnership is part of a strategy to outflank Microsoft's Kinect hardware for PCs.
The development centre in Tech City is looking for local talent to help create technology for putting TV shows and other digital media onto PCs, smartphones and games consoles, alongside the Lovefilm and Pushbutton teams.
The graphics chip specialist has shown off Tesla chips and other technology based on its new Kepler GPU architecture, which it says can boost desktop virtualisation, BYOD and 'democratise' supercomputing
Japanese electronics giant working with Taiwanese LCD maker to produce organic electroluminescence TVs in a bid to compete with South Korea's Samsung Electronics, report states.
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