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Good Hands: NVIDIA IT Pros Take On a Challenge for Charity

Good Hands: NVIDIA IT Pros Take On a Challenge for Charity

Friday, October 31, 2014

Sure, our IT team can work miracles with technology. But can they put together complicated prosthetics one-handed? It was at least fun to watch them try. More than 60 gathered at our Santa Clara campus for the devilish challenge. After dividing into teams of three, they put the kits together using just one of their… Read More

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Three Amazing GameWorks Moments You’ll See in Crytek’s “Warface” Update (Video)

Three Amazing GameWorks Moments You’ll See in Crytek’s “Warface” Update (Video)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Dynamic smoke. Realistic turbulence. Explosions that leave debris all over the place. It’s hard to imagine we used to have war games without these effects. But not any more. Warface has captivated gamers with its quick pace and intuitive controls. Now CryTek is enhancing its first-person shooter with key NVIDIA GameWorks features that simulate the… Read More

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“Lords of the Fallen” Gets GameWorks Treatment (Video)

“Lords of the Fallen” Gets GameWorks Treatment (Video)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Take a bad man. Put him in a world where no sin is forgiven. Now, pit him against an army of evil led by an ancient god for one last chance at redemption. Lords of the Fallen – a new action role-playing game for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One released today by Deck13 Interactive… Read More

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Why We’re Investing Heavily in GameWorks

Why We’re Investing Heavily in GameWorks

Monday, October 27, 2014

Great gaming hardware needs great games. We’re not afraid to say we build the world’s most advanced GPUs. But breakthrough gaming experiences—like Borderlands: The Pre Sequel, launched this month—rely on more than great hardware. That’s why we devote a lot of resources to creating terrific software, too. We do this because we know gamers seek… Read More

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7,000 NVIDIA Superfans Assemble in Shanghai

7,000 NVIDIA Superfans Assemble in Shanghai

Monday, October 27, 2014

Some companies have fans. We have fanatics. Fanatics like Li Xiaosheng, who built a giant GeForce GTX 690 out of 11,000 Lego pieces. This past weekend, there was no better place in the world for PC gaming fanatics than the NVIDIA Gaming Festival, in Shanghai, which drew 7,000 devotees of the brand. Our CEO, Jen-Hsun… Read More

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NVIDIA Announces Upcoming Event for Financial Community

Friday, October 24, 2014

NVIDIA will present at the following upcoming conference for the financial community:

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NVIDIA Sets Conference Call for Third-Quarter Financial Results

Thursday, October 23, 2014

CFO Commentary to Be Provided in Writing Ahead of Call

NVIDIA will host a conference call on Thursday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m. PT (5 p.m. ET) to discuss its financial results for the third quarter of fiscal year 2015, ending Oct. 26, 2014.

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We’ve Got $100,000 for the Right GPU-Powered Startup

NVIDIA Opens up Applications for $25,000 Grad-Student Grants

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

The world has big research problems. GPUs can help solve them. That’s why we’re launching our 14th annual Graduate Fellowship Program. Our goal is to provide grants and technical support to graduate students doing outstanding GPU-based research. We’ll select up to 10 doctoral students from around the world for grants of $25,000 each for research… Read More

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Google’s Nexus 9 Tablet, with Tegra K1, Brings First 64-bit Computing to Android

Google’s Nexus 9 Tablet, with Tegra K1, Brings First 64-bit Computing to Android

Friday, October 17, 2014

Google made history again this week, bringing 64-bit capabilities to Android for the first time with its Nexus 9 tablet. Powered by our 192-core Tegra K1 superchip, the device is also the first tablet to feature the latest version of the Android operating system, Android 5.0 Lollipop. It starts at $399 and is up for pre-order today.… Read More

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Astronaut Ed Lu Looks to Save Earth by Mapping the Path of a Million Asteroids

Astronaut Ed Lu Looks to Save Earth by Mapping the Path of a Million Asteroids

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Sooner or later, the house always wins. That was the message former NASA astronaut Ed Lu gave at our Santa Clara headquarters as part of a series of talks to NVIDIA employees Wednesday. Lu spoke about the risks to humanity posed by asteroids – and outlined his effort to understand and lessen them. Lu’s Sentinel… Read More

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