Friday Nvidia's official blog (opens in new tab) was updated with an announcement that the company launched a new portal. Rather than sporting a smoking-hot new product, the web page displays information related to the anti-trust litigation brought against Intel. Called "The Case For Innovation," Nvidia is showing no mercy for the rival company, throwing in links and articles to clarify the overall picture.
"The site is a one-stop resource for those looking to get up to speed on actions being brought against Intel (opens in new tab)for impeding competition, stifling innovation and for not living up to its agreements which were filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, the New York Attorney General, as well as Nvidia itself. The site (opens in new tab) also provides background about cases brought by the European Commission, Japan and Korea," the blog reads.
The site offers various resources including an article that explains the difference between GPUs and CPUs (for the not-so-tech-savvy obviously), a "stack of evidence" that's piling up against Intel, and a sub-portal leading curious readers to other articles from the likes of Fortune, the Washington Post, Bloomberg News, and more. Nvidia's new portal also links to the latest news on the subject, with the current headline leading consumers to a Fortune video interview with Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.
For inquiring surfers on the go, Nvidia has also released four podcasts on iTunes (opens in new tab) relating to the issue. They are Intel vs. Nvidia (Nvidia Counter-suit), State of New York vs. Intel, U.S. Federal Trade Commission vs. Intel, and European Commission vs. Intel.