It is time. 32-bit Windows and, well even other operating systems, have been around for a long while now, and showing little signs of slowing down. NVIDIA, however, thinks that their time has come. The graphics card maker has announced that version 390 will be its last driver update for 32-bit OSes. Everything from...

Revolutionary? You be the judge. But NVIDIA has launched new GPUs for mobile devices like notebooks, which the company claims deliver up to 2.5 times the performance of Intel UHD 620 Graphics. And launched them quietly, with barely any fanfare. The GeForce MX130 and MX110 graphics processing units are based on the...

It is somewhat amusing that while Redmond is all set to unveil the Surface Mini later this month, little is known about the device that soon become the smallest Microsoft tablet ever. We do have a bit of an idea of how it is being positioned, but hardware specifications remain a mystery. This report by Bloomberg,...

Microsoft and NVIDIA currently have a rather interesting relationship. Redmond partnered with the graphic processor maker on the Surface front in order to use its Tegra chips to power the slates. The company’s first tablet in history, the original Surface RT had was rather humdrum in terms of processing performance...

For technology enthusiasts, there is no better time than the start of a year. They usually have the newer cutting edge toys in the hands by then, and can get an idea of what the future holds as companies rush out their new announcements at CES. NVIDIA became one of the first technology giants to hold a press...

The times they are a-changin’. Mobile is currently where all the fun in technology is at, and the involved parties are just starting to heat things up to another level on the processors front. Next month could see a whole bunch of 64-bit smartphone processors being showcased at one of the most high-profile events of...

Time for some good old fashioned corporate banter between two leading hardware makers! Since the very early days, Nvidia and Qualcomm have been at war with each other for ARM processor supremacy in tablets and smartphones. But now Windows powered slates are the newest battleground for both companies. Microsoft...

Now not all of you may know this, but the only reason Microsoft went with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processors for its second generation Surface tablets was because of contractual obligations. When ironing out the details for the Tegra 3 chips in the original Surface RT, both companies, in all probability decided to continue...

After some of the grandiloquent news bits of the past couple of weeks, here are some exciting rumors and speculation about the future Surface tablets from Microsoft. Previously leaked information has revealed that both the RT and the Pro versions of the slate are to receive updates in the next 12 months — but that is...

Not much is known about the second generation Surface tablets even though Microsoft reportedly confirmed that the slates are in development. Insider sources expect these newer tablets to debut by the end of the year. Now CEO of NVIDA has revealed that it is collaborating with Microsoft on the device. In a short...