Nvidia Details Volta GV100 GPU, Tesla V100 Accelerator
We stopped by AVA Direct’s booth at Nvidia’s annual GPU Technology Conference (GTC) to see the custom shop’s implementation of a multi-user virtual reality (VR) in action.
Acer filled us in on the full specifications of its Mixed Reality HMD and let us see its capabilities for ourselves.
YouTube rolled out a new paid subscription service called YouTube TV, which, as the name suggests, offers live television channels for a monthly fee.
Eurocom announced that it has updated its Tornado F5 desktop-replacement gaming laptop with a new optional BIOS that unlocks overclocking capabilities in the mobile powerhouse.
Lenovo unveiled a new VR-ready workstation called the ThinkStation P320, adding to the company’s portfolio of VR-ready workstations with a new series aimed at balancing performance and price.
Razer announced that its flagship 17” Razer Blade Pro has become the “first” notebook to be certified by THX. The company also updated the CPU to the latest 7th generation Intel Core i7 processor.
HyperX announced that it’s expanding its Fury line of DDR4 memory by adding new color options and increasing the available frequencies.
EVGA announced that its flagship gaming laptop, the SC17, now has Nvidia G-Sync onboard.
"Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality" is a taste of what’s to come for the popular TV franchise’s first VR venture.
Blizzard let us loose on some demons with the freshly minted female Necromancer character model and the class’s newest blood abilities.
At PAX East, Gigabyte quietly revealed an Aorus external graphics dock with a GTX 1070 inside.
Razer launched a new virtual currency platform called zVault.
AMD released a new Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition update, with day-one compatibility for Ghost Recon Wildlands.
We had the opportunity to take a stroll through "Ark Park" at GDC, and we were impressed by the sheer detail of the dinosaurs and environment in the game.
Tobii showcased a fully integrated eye-tracking sensor in an HTC Vive at GDC.
Golden-age DC Comic hero Doctor Fate has been announced as the latest playable character for Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment's "Injustice 2."