Volvo’s self-driving buses and trucks will run on NVIDIA tech

Volvo's self-driving trucks will have some familiar hardware under the hood. The automaker has signed a deal with NVIDIA that will use the chip company's Drive platform to "train, test and deploy" a slew of large self-driving vehicles that include b...

Nintendo Switch runs Overwatch via Android port and NVIDIA GameStream

The Nintendo Switch would have been one of the most difficult to consoles to hack had it not been for a hardware exploit that not even Nintendo nor NVIDIA could patch via software. Thanks to that, the convertible handheld console has become the target of much alternative software, not least of which is a port of the still unreleased Android … Continue reading

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV is getting a slight but overdue refresh

When you hear “Android TV”, you might think smart TVs first and foremost or at least smart set-top boxes. The platform’s real hero device, however, is actually a years old gaming console. Despite its age, the NVIDIA SHIELD continues to make wonders in the market. However, it seems that NVIDIA itself has decided it’s time for an update but don’t … Continue reading

ASUS ROG Strix GL10DH pairs AMD’s, NVIDIA’s best in one desktop

E3 2019 might be wrapping up but ASUS is catching up with some last minute product announcements. Catering to all types of gamers, three new ASUS gaming computers are coming their way in the form and combination they need. From the ROG Zephyrus G GA502 laptop to the ROG Strix GL10DH desktop, ASUS brings the best of AMD’s third-gen Ryzen … Continue reading

LG launches the first IPS gaming displays with 1ms response time

LG has unveiled its latest gaming offering: two new monitors with a blazing one-millisecond response time. The monitors are part of LG's UltraGear family and are the first in the world to offer such a fast IPS display, which helps bring IPS (In-Plane...

Quake II RTX shows what NVIDIA’s ray-tracing tech can do for old games

When showing off new graphics tech, you’d usually be treated to glorious photorealistic visuals that hint at the complex calculations that both software and hardware go through. In that context, NVIDIA’s decision to use id Software’s popular Quake II shooter is an odd one. At the same time, however, it is the perfect example of even an old game like … Continue reading

Quake II RTX shows what NVIDIA’s ray-tracing tech can do for old games

When showing off new graphics tech, you’d usually be treated to glorious photorealistic visuals that hint at the complex calculations that both software and hardware go through. In that context, NVIDIA’s decision to use id Software’s popular Quake II shooter is an odd one. At the same time, however, it is the perfect example of even an old game like … Continue reading