GPU maker Nvidia is hoping to ride the wave of artificial intelligence. The company is already powering machine learning workloads within data centers of large companies, but now it’s targeting individuals with a cheap-but-powerful development kit targeted at robotics and the internet of things.
Want desktop-class gaming on your tablet or smartphone? You’ll need the Tegra K1 chip says Nvidia. The company demonstrated what the silicon is capable of at the Consumer Electronics Show.
Nvidia Tegra Note 7 owners get a day-after holiday surprise in the form of a software update. Once updated over the air, the device supports left-handed stylus users and always on HDR camera functionality.
Nvidia’s new Tegra Note reference tablet features stylus support, front-facing stereo speakers and TegraZone gaming powered by a Tegra 4 chip for just $199.
With fewer tablet makers choosing Tegra chips, maybe Nvidia should make a slate. Oh, snap; it is! The FCC has certified the Tegra TAB, which appears to be coming in a pair of models: One base version and one with HDMI and pen support.
The wait for Nvidia Shield is almost over. Initially, the $299 Android gaming handheld was due in June but a last-minute issue was found. Now that shipments are near, will Shield score a big sales win?
New research shows that it’s possible to train Google-style neural networks with GPUs and Infiniband at low cost. The work could help drive further GPU adoption.
Nvidia’s Tegra 3 was chosen to power Microsoft’s Surface RT, but with Windows 8.1 coming, a tablet refresh is likely in the near future. There are plenty of reasons that Microsoft will choose Qualcomm over Nvidia this time around.
Cloud vendors have a tough row to hoe convincing enterprise accounts to put mission critical data or apps on their infrastructure. A new U.S. government report may not help things.
Nvidia surprised and impressed at January’s CES with its Project Shield mobile gaming console. Pricing and availability details are here: If you were expecting something priced to compete with Sony’s PS Vita, you’ll be disappointed.