The company's latest graphics capabilities are better equipped to handle mobile gaming, new user interfaces and video all while preserving power.
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Professionals in graphics-dominated fields like video production, web and print publishing and product design will always require large, high-resolution desktop displays. Apple's new 27-inch iMac has them squarely in its sights.
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.
According to reports, Facebook will begin selling video advertisement space to vendors this week.
Boston's new Venom 1800-0T workstation crams a lot of processing power into a tiny desktop case. Video editors, animators, modellers and other professionals — particularly those with limited space and modest budgets — should investigate.
By creating very deep census data of everything that's happened in the video space, Visible Measures uses unique statistical processes to figure out exactly what patterns emerge within video usage at high speed and massive scale and granularity.
LG Electronics has launched Video Conferencing System in India promising to build unified, cost effective, and efficient teams in businesses.
China's largest search engine is reportedly buying PPS Net TV in a deal worth US$350-US$400 million, which will ramp up its push into the online video space.
The Internet giant is reportedly in talks to to buy as much as a 75 percent stake in the video-streaming site, which will give it a bigger foothold in that space outside the United States.
At its annual Techfest exhibition, Microsoft Research's Bongshin Lee has shown an intelligent whiteboard that makes presentations more useful by instantly turning data into graphics. Watch the 3-minute video.
Valve's Steam portal has helped keep PC gaming alive, providing a new distribution model as disc sales and retail shelf space have diminished. Now the company may be working with partners on a new device that could compete with video game consoles -- and maybe an entire gaming ecosystem that might change the face of PC gaming.
This week we venture into space to celebrate NASA's latest achievements and to announce a special project of our own.
NASA has released a rare video of the far side of the moon, captured by one of the two GRAIL probes that are orbiting the moon to map its gravitational field.The US space agency published the video, which was shot on 19 January, on Thursday.
Ahead of the big launch of its Ivy Bridge chips later this year, Intel has pushed out a handful of new Sandy Bridge processors, including a couple of Core i5 CPUs that lack integrated graphics.While the chip giant has made hay about the improved graphics included with Sandy Bridge, not all consumers wind up using them, preferring a discrete video card instead.
Dell has launched a small console-style Alienware X51 that, while part of its games-oriented range, could appeal to other users who want an affordable, upgradeable Windows PC for video and graphics processing. It packs a full-size graphics card into a small box, and the options include an Nvidia GeForce GTX 5551 with a gigabyte of GDDR5 video memory.
One street artist is using "reverse graffiti" that cleans urban spaces to make dramatic art.
One of the most exciting projects ZDNet columnist David Gewirtz has been working on is building a broadcast-quality video studio for Skype in a 10x9 foot space. Here's the story behind that project.
As the holiday season approaches, you're going to see a lot of big budget video games get massive marketing pushes, from the latest Modern Warfare and Battlefield games to Gears of War 3. Competing in this very crowded space is Resistance 3, the latest chapter in Sony's PS3-exclusive humans-vs-aliens shooter franchise.
Zero2infinity's helium-filled aircraft, the Bloon, is designed to lift passengers to an altitude of 22 miles above the earth's atmosphere.
Orbital Technologies has just released detailed designs for a Commercial Space Station AKA the space hotel.