NVIDIA requires RTX 30 laptop makers to be transparent on specs

  • February 6, 2021
When NVIDIA introduced RTX 30 laptop graphics, it also sowed some confusion. There are no longer labels distinguishing between efficient (Max-Q) and full-performance GPUs, making it possible for a laptop with a lower-spec yet full-power chip to outpe…

GeForce Now game streaming starts to roll out Chrome support

  • January 30, 2021
If you’d like to try NVIDIA’s cloud gaming service without installing the app, then you may be able to access it via your computer’s browser now. XDA points out that release notes for version 2.0.27 of GeForce Now reveal beta support for the Chrome b…

Watch NVIDIA’s CES 2021 keynote in 10 minutes

  • January 12, 2021
NVIDIA had plenty of news to share at its CES keynote and to save you watching the entire thing, we’ve crammed all the biggest announcements into a 10-minute video. Along with new G-Sync displays, the company revealed that laptops with RTX 30 series…

NVIDIA hints at RTX 30 laptop graphics launch on January 12th

  • January 10, 2021
You might not have to wait much longer to get a taste of NVIDIA’s GeForce RTX 30 series in your laptop. Tom’s Guide points out that NVIDIA has shared a not-so-subtle teaser for its mobile RTX 30 graphics ahead of its January 12th CES event. You only…

ICYMI: We take a listen to Apple’s AirPods Max

  • January 9, 2021
It’s been a busy few weeks here at Engadget. In addition to celebrating the holidays, ringing in the New Year and prepping for next week’s virtual CES, we’ve kept reviewing all the new gadgets and components that we can get our hands on. We start off…

NVIDIA RTX 3060 Ti review: The new king of $399 GPUs

  • December 22, 2020
So far, we’ve been nothing but impressed with NVIDIA’s RTX 3000 video cards: The RTX 3080 offers a tremendous amount of performance for anyone willing to shell out $699 for a video card, while the 3070 is more practical at $499 but still offers plent…

Nvidia and Intel used compromised SolarWinds software

  • December 22, 2020
Fallout from the SolarWinds hack continues to expand. A handful of major tech companies, including Nvidia and Intel, have joined the growing list of organizations affected by the unprecedented hack US officials have blamed on Russia. The Wall Street…

NVIDIA found a way to train AI with very little data

  • December 7, 2020
NVIDIA has developed a new approach for training generative adversarial networks (GAN) that could one day make them suitable for a greater variety of tasks. Before getting into NVIDIA’s work, it helps to know a bit about how GANs work. Every GAN cons…