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Citrix Virtualization Offers NVIDIA GRID vGPU Virtual Graphics

The world of graphics just got a whole lot bigger with today’s launch of a tech preview from Citrix featuring the latest breakthrough in graphics innovation — NVIDIA GRID vGPU.
NVIDIA GPUs have been providing gamers with amazing experiences for decades. Professional designers have been using our graphics to design everything from soda bottles to supersonic aircraft nearly as long.

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Madden NFL 25 Previews XBOX One and PS4 Graphics Performance

Today marks the launch of the first next-gen Madden NFL 25 Playbook, which is devoted to the visual and graphical details that make Madden NFL 25 shine on next-gen consoles. Utilizing the power of EA SPORTS IGNITE on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, Madden NFL 25 on next-gen consoles will be able to provide 10 times the visual detail and up to four times the texture resolution than ever before.

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 30 September 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 30 September 2013 In this issue: · Our friends at Valve rolled out their living room PC concept with SteamOS and Steam Machine. We’re in favor of any initiative that promotes open-platform gaming and takes advantage of our market-leading Linux support. · Tony Tamasi says PC is the platform for real …

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How 50 Year Old Error Correction Code Gives SSD Flash Memory a Boost

For the uninitiated, low-density parity-check (LDPC) code is an error correction code (ECC) that is used to both detect and correct errors on data that is transmitted from one point to another. All ECC types include correction data, so when information is transmitted with errors, the receiver has enough information to fix the errors without having to ask the source for the data again.

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Building A PC? How To Get The Best Deals On Hardware Parts

Building your own computer and want to get the best deals? You need a strategy that can score red-hot sales before they sell out. My preferred method uses a multi-spectrum approach, focusing on price-alert apps within a tight 14-30 day window.

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Artec Group’s Archeological and Historical 3D Scanning of Borodino Battlefield

Arctic3D Hand-Held 3D Scanning Archeology site in Russia

At the request of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Artec 3D recently scanned a portion of the famous Borodino battlefield where Napoleon was stopped by Russian forces outside of Moscow in 1812. This archeological usage of 3D handheld scanning – instead of photos and drawings – was a major step forward in managing data from archeology sites – providing “layers” of information and extremely fast results: scanning took one hour and post processing took another hour (traditional tools would have taken many days).

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PC Satisfaction Slips: Tablets Outpace Computers

Customer satisfaction drops for household appliances and electronics, but pent-up demand—along with a consumer penchant for the newest technology—has kept sales strong, according to a report released today by the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI).

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Intel Iris Pro Linux Performance Doubles With Driver Upgrades

Intel Iris Pro Linux Performance Doubles With Driver Upgrades Last week I ran a System76 Galago UltraPro Preview with some benchmark results and a special article looking at the Intel Iris Pro 5200, the Haswell graphics cores with 128MB of dedicated video memory stacked onto the die itself. Those tests were done remotely but now …

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Saving The World From Smartphones

Saving The World From Smartphones by Troy Bailey of LSI No, you are not about to read some Luddite rant about how smart phones are destroying our society. I love smart phones and most of you do too. It’s remarkable how quickly we have gone from arguing over the definition of a smart phone to …

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Intel Sees Humans as the Ultimate Mobile Platform

There is not one mobile future, but 7 billion futures, said Intel Fellow and anthropologist Dr. Genevieve Bell at the Intel Developer Forum today. Describing how the human being has always been, and will continue to be, the ultimate mobile platform, Bell illustrated how mobile technology has historically been used to extend our bodies and physical reach, augment our deficiencies and increase our capacity to get things done.

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How The Apple iPhone Is Made

In this infographic we trace the iPhone supply and manufacturing chain. We’re providing snippets of information on both of the existing flagship model plus early breaking rumors for the next-gen iPhones. Did you know, for example, that 90% of all the rare-earth minerals used on an iPhone 5’s circuitry, screen, speakers, and glass cover are mined in China and Inner Mongolia? And did you know that Foxconn might soon be overtaken by Pegatron as Apple’s biggest manufacturing partner in China?

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Battlefield 4 Multiplayer Open Beta for BF3 Premium Members

We are happy to announce the dates for the Battlefield 4 Open Beta and the Battlefield 4 Exclusive Beta. We value your feedback, so this is your chance to try out an early version of the game and help us make Battlefield 4 better!

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 9 September 2013

NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 9 September 2013 In this issue · At Gamescom in Germany and PAX Prime in the US, gamers all over the globe threw down. NVIDIA was there with a one of a kind ecosystem of gaming goodness. · NVIDIA SHIELD keeps the positivity flowing with a new killer app, more good …

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Battlefield 4 PC Beta System Hardware Requirements Revealed

Battlefield 4 graphics rely primarily on the graphics (video) card, and BF4 wants you to use an AMD Radeon HD 7870 or NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660, especially for large monitors with high resolution and for the best (ultra) graphics quality… although the Radeon HD 3870 and GeForce 8800 GT will still manage to display the game on much lower quality settings and resolution.

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NVIDIA SHIELD Explosion Teardown Video

A team of explosive experts tear down NVIDIA SHIELD to see what makes it run. Check out the fireworks, and see what’s inside in slow motion glory…

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The Evolution of Gaming Consoles

The Evolution of Gaming Consoles Game consoles have come a long way in a very short period of time. The gamers of today would get a hearty laugh if they were to experience the gaming consoles that first sparked the passion for digital gaming that many of us hold so dearly. It all started back …

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NVIDIA nTeresting Newsletter – 26 August 2013

NVIDIA  nTeresting Newsletter – 26 August 2013 In this Issue: · NVIDIA SHIELD gets more great reviews, and more great games. With Asphalt 8: Airborne you can drive the NVIDIA Tegra-equipped Tesla Model S on your Tegra-powered SHIELD. True story. · GeForce owners are Game Ready with day-of-launch driver drops. This week we roll out …

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The Influence of Diamonds in Modern Jewelry Technology

As icons of prestige, power and elegance, diamonds are very difficult to top. These precious stones have always been surrounded by an aura of mystique and beauty that has made them an important part of many different cultures from all over the world. For millennia, diamonds have been used mainly for decorative purposes as jewelry. For long they have been related with royalty and status because of their dazzling appearance and high cost. What you probably aren’t aware though, is that diamonds have had an enormous impact in technology and the development of new breakthroughs since the last century. Companies like WP Diamonds is known for covering this with more detail. WP Diamonds

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Motorola Moto X Smartphone Debuts at AT&T Aug. 23

Motorola Moto X Smartphone Debuts at AT&T Aug. 23

Motorola Moto X Smartphone Debuts at AT&T Aug. 23 By Chloe Albanesius for Ziff Davis The Motorola Moto X will hit AT&T on Aug. 23, at which point smartphone buyers can opt to color customize their gadget via Moto Maker. The black, white, and customizable Moto X will be in stores next Friday. But starting Aug. 19, …

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Discrete GPU Shipments Down, AMD Takes Share From Nvidia

According to Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research and his quarterly GPU marketshare reports that in the second quarter of this year ending June 30th, the entire add-in board market has actually shrunken by 5.4% when compared to the previous quarter and 5.2% when compared to the same quarter a year ago. This is actually less than the shrinkage seen by the entire PC market, indicating that GPU shipments are not declining with the speed of PC shipments.

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Apple iPhone 5C Removes Siri Assistant, Replaces iPhone 4S

Today Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) announced the expansion of its keyboard lineup with the Logitech® Wireless All-in-One Keyboard TK820, a wireless keyboard with a built-in touchpad that lets you type and swipe comfortably together.

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Top 5 Streaming Devices For Your TV

Top 5 Streaming Devices For Your TV From Blu-ray players to gaming consoles, modern home theater systems double as reliable streaming devices. Streaming has indeed become one of the most wanted entertainment media features; it is all the rage. It has come a long way since buffering, choppy, and pixilated video and audio files. Whether …

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Nokia Lumia 1020 Smartphone: Company’s Last Chance?

Nokia Lumia 1020 Smartphone

Nokia is capable of making a quality mobile device and Microsoft’s Windows Phone OS is usable, yet there is still gradual uptake on Nokia Windows phones. The Lumia 1020 is the next hopeful breakout star.

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Microsoft Windows 8.1 Build Leaked Appears Nearly RTM

Microsoft Windows 8.1 GUI

A leaked build of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8.1 release includes an array of new navigation tips and tutorials apparently designed to help users who had trouble with the sweeping interface overhaul in the first edition of Windows 8 released last year.

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NVIDIA nTerresting News 12 August 2013

SHIELD sells out following rave reviews. NVIDIA has a new home in Detroit to house our growing auto business. NVIDIA & IBM team up to pioneer the OpenPOWER Consortium and bring CUDA GPUs to POWER CPU-Based Enterprise Systems. Jon Carmack expands in to virtual reality, is CTO of Oculus Rift.

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