Nvidia is refreshing its popular 3D entertainment platform, now with bigger monitors and brighter screens!
One of the biggest PC releases of the year is finally in beta. Is Battlefield 3 living up to all the hype? And what about Battlelog? Read on to find out...
QuakeCon 2011 is in full swing, and while the annual Keynote address was chock full of RAGE-related news, Doom 4 was nowhere to be seen.
Bethesda showed us their latest and greatest for 2011 and 2012, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Rage and Prey 2.
We spent the first day of E3 getting to know some of EA's most highly-anticipated titles, including Battlefield 3, Mass Effect 3 and Star Wars: The Old Republic
The press conference is over and the reviews are up; the GTX 480 and 470 from Nvidia are officially official, and only two weeks away from store shelves. Amid all the pomp and circumstance, what do gamers actually think of the new Nvidia cards?
Eyefinity from AMD allows three monitors to run on one 5000 series Radeon card. Eyefinity6 doubles that.
Quanta, the (supposed) company behind the Apple tablet, showed off a new Tegra 2-powered tablet in the Nvidia booth today.
Others have tried and failed, but Shuttle is giving laptop motherboard standardization another shot. Oh, and they're going to manufacture laptops, too.
Nvidia is taking its 3D Vision technology to the next level. 3D Blu-ray and gaming never looked so sweet.
CES 2010 is here! And there's no better way to start things off than with the highly-anticipated keynote with Steve Ballmer from Microsoft.
Some of HP's entertainment notebooks are still experiencing video problems stemming from faulty Nvidia video chipsets.