This new gaming handheld plays Android apps and streams PC games, but it costs $300. Is it worth the money? Two PCWorld writers argue each side.
Nvidia's Android-playing, PC-streaming gaming handheld just got a price cut and a firm release date.
Nvidia's Shield is complementary to gaming consoles for now, but the company hopes that wide adoption of Android gaming ultimately could make the $349 handheld an alternative to Xbox and PlayStation.
Nvidia is usually trumpeting the graphics performance of its Tegra 4 chip, but at the Computex trade show on Tuesday CEO Jen-Hsun Huang showed how its newest processor can be used to create a precise, affordable stylus for tablets.
Toshiba's three new Android tablets sound interesting on paper, but do they have what it takes to knock the iPad off its throne?
The newly announced GTX 770 series performs slightly better than last year's GTX 680 flagship, but for a whole lot less dough.
The same GPU powering the $999 Titan is now available in a $649 cousin, and the GeForce Experience utility comes out of beta.
Improvements to Nvidia's virtualization technology are aimed at turning graphics processors into a more important resource in data centers and could speed deployment of virtual desktops and delivery of data over the cloud.
Nvidia's Project Shield handheld gaming device, now called simply Shield, will be available for pre-order on May 20 priced at US$349, though it won't ship to customers until the end of June.