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Whether you're interested in games, CGI movies, or the latest hardware to push your pixels, Tom's Hardware provides you with the latest news in graphics.
A leaked document has provided us with a heap of information about the upcoming Xbox 720.
Opera has released version 12 of its web browser.
With Nvidia's GeForce GTX 670 readily available for $400, AMD's Radeon HD 7950 shifts to the upper middle class of graphics card performance. We test six third-party interpretations in anticipation of pricing...
Here are today's hot deals to help ring in the weekend.
We're live here in Bellevue, WA bringing you live updates of the latest from AMD and its partners.
Get ready for Eyefinity signage, perhaps even at your favourite fast food restaurant menus.
Live from Bellevue, Washington at AFDS 2012.
Given the transitional state of console gaming, the success of the Xbox 360/Kinect, and Nintendo's experiments with a new controller type, Sony will need something big for the PS4.
Lucidlogix shows off its virtual GPU technology.
Sapphire demonstrates its new, passively cooled HD 7770 Ultimate graphics card at Computex.
Better than reference, says Sapphire.
MSI's at Computex and we see what they have to share.
Unreal Engine 4 sure is purdy!
A quintuplet of fans.
Get possessed with Powercolor's Devil13 card.
Asus is demonstrating the first add-in card to extend its motherboards with Thunderbolt support.
Afox sent us its rendition of the new GeForce GT 640, based on Nvidia's GK107 GPU. This one slots in under the existing GeForce GTS 450 to do battle with AMD's Radeon HD 6670. Does the Kepler architecture...
Consumers looking for a new notebook will find Nvidia's latest mobile GPU in Origin PC's two gaming notebooks.
AMD is no longer releasing new Catalyst drivers each month.
Eric Demers, who lost his job as chief technology officer at AMD in February of this year, is joining Qualcomm.
Nvidia provides an official response to the reported v-sync stuttering issue with its GeForce GTX 600 Series
Epic Games' Unreal Engine 4 will redefine gaming, says Wired.
Nvidia's taken the covers off of what it calls the "most complex" commercial chip on the planet.
GE builds graphics cards? Apparently so!
Nvidia's getting serious in the wireless game.
Nvidia announced a new gaming-focused cloud implementation of its Kepler GPU technology.
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