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Apple's iPhone GPU provider has its eyes set shaking the Android landscape by bringing VR to low-end Android phones.
AMD announced all sorts of new goodies at CES 2017. The Full Nerd crew talks to Radeon boss Raja Koduri about Vega graphics cards, FreeSync 2 monitors, and more for nearly an hour.
AMD’s hotly anticipated Radeon Vega graphics card architecture becomes more than a mere name at CES 2017. Here are the 5 things you need to know.
AMD's FreeSync 2 technology is built to help you get the best visual quality and lowest possible lag with premium HDR monitors.
AMD's enthusiast-class Radeon Vega graphics cards are coming, and now we know when we'll know more: CES 2017.
From the birth of virtual reality to the rise of revolutionary graphics cards, this was the most powerful, noteworthy PC hardware released in 2016.
It's been a rough year for Imagination Technologies. The CEO resigned in February, layoffs followed in the next month, and the cloud of a takeover hung over the company with rumored negotiations to purchase the company.
An Nvidia job posting reveals how the company's GeForce Experience giveaways works, and hints at forthcoming GeForce GTX 1080 Ti and Club GeForce Elite announcements.
Apple's powerful iPhone 7 GPU is based on Imagination Technologies' PowerVR GT7600 architecture, and a possible successor could come next year.
Windows is the indisputable platform of choice for gaming and VR, but Linux is catching up fast as graphics companies ramp driver up and hardware support for the OS.
Users have praised the performance of Apple's A10 Fusion chip in the iPhone 7, but its underlying graphics architecture may not be so new after all.
Nvidia and AMD hope to entice would-be graphics-card buyers with new GeForce and Radeon game bundles.
System76's Ubuntu-based Oryx Pro is a beastly Linux laptop loaded with features also found in some of the fastest Windows laptops.
Nvidia wants you to download, install, and use GeForce Experience 3.0 for a chance to win a copy of Gears of War 4.
Thanks to artificial intelligence, we have autonomous cars, chat bots and speech recognition. Microsoft's CNTK (Cognitive Toolkit) is one among many platforms that trains computers to learn, and it's getting an upgrade.