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Fortnite on iPhone is back thanks to NVIDIA GeForce NOW

Fortnite on iPhone is back thanks to NVIDIA GeForce NOW

Although Epic Games has long bemoaned the state of affairs on app stores, particularly the Apple App Store, it was Fortnite's banishment from iOS that became the metaphorical straw that broke the camel's back. This event gave rise to a number of lawsuits not just in the US but also around the world, challenging the legality of Apple's App Store practices. The battle is far from over despite existing judgments, and Fortnite remains officially absent from iOS. Amid all of this, NVIDIA's GeForce NOW streaming platform will bring the battle royale game back to the iPhone and iPad in an indirect way.

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LG WebOS Smart TVs will soon have an NVIDIA GeForce NOW app

LG WebOS Smart TVs will soon have an NVIDIA GeForce NOW app

LG is clearly dead-serious about expanding its smart TV kingdom, not just in terms of hardware but also software. In addition to adding new apps and services to its smart TVs, like Apple TV+ and support for AirPlay 2, LG has also started licensing its WebOS platform to other smart TV manufacturers. Most of those new features have revolved around "passive" entertainment, but this newest feature treads into the realm of interactive content, with the upcoming arrival of NVIDIA's GeForce NOW game streaming to select LG smart TVs.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW can now stream Steam games to Xbox consoles

NVIDIA GeForce NOW can now stream Steam games to Xbox consoles

There are quite a few game streaming services now available, and they all compete on two main fronts. They try to outdo each other in the number of games they can stream and the number of devices they can stream to. NVIDIA's GeForce NOW had the advantage of being in beta even before the likes of Google Stadia got started and has been able to expand to more devices than any of its rivals have so far. Its latest trick is to support Microsoft Edge, which, coincidentally, opens the doors to its unofficial arrival on the Xbox.

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GeForce NOW RTX 3080 membership sounds impressive but costly

GeForce NOW RTX 3080 membership sounds impressive but costly

RTX 3080 graphics cards are still tough to find, and if you've had no luck finding one for your own rig, then you might want to turn to GeForce NOW streaming. Today, NVIDIA announced a new RTX 3080 membership tier for GeForce NOW, which will be its highest-performance streaming tier. NVIDIA is making a lot of big boasts about the RTX 3080 membership tier, but that enhanced performance comes at a fairly significant cost.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW leak “speculative” games: Play anywhere God of War, GTA, Arkham

NVIDIA GeForce NOW leak “speculative” games: Play anywhere God of War, GTA, Arkham

A bit of a leak hit the gamer underground this week with NVIDIA GeForce NOW at the center of the hubbub. This leak appears to have been of a GeForce NOW database and included what NVIDIA described as "speculative titles." This leak also seems to be relatively harmless in the grand scheme of things - if we're talking about personal information, which NVIDIA says did not leak in any way.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series restocks this week [UPDATE]

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series restocks this week [UPDATE]

This week Best Buy announced they'd be restocking NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics cards at physical store locations. If you're looking for a graphics card of the RTX variety, Best Buy's release this week will require that you stop by a local Best Buy store to purchase said cards. The process begins in the morning of Thursday, August 26, 2021, and it'll only be at a limited set of stores.

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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 restock released to Best Buy stores this week

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 restock released to Best Buy stores this week

If you're looking for an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series graphics card, Best Buy appears to be the place to go this week. They've announced that they'll have "limited quantities" of the card family in physical store locations on Tuesday, the 20th of July, 2021. If you have access to one of these stores, there's a chance - not a guarantee, but a chance - that you may be able to purchase one of these cards at standard retail price.

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Acer Predator desktop gaming expands with RTX 30 and massive monitors

Acer Predator desktop gaming expands with RTX 30 and massive monitors

A set of new gigantic monitors and an updated set of gaming desktop machines were announced this week by Acer. In the display department, three new Acer Predator monitors came in at 28-inches (with 155Hz refresh rate overclocked), 37.5-inches (overclocked at 175Hz), and a whopping 42.5-inches. Acer's Predator Orion 3000 and Nitro 50 gaming desktop lines were given a refresh, too, with 11th Gen Intel Core desktop processors (or AMD Ryzen 5000 series desktop processors) and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 series GPUs.

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NVIDIA 3050 laptops bring RTX for less: Prices start at $799

NVIDIA 3050 laptops bring RTX for less: Prices start at $799

This week NVIDIA revealed their new laptop gaming graphics processors and a series of notebooks that'll house them. These laptops have the ability to deliver DLSS and RT Gaming, 60FPS+ (image refresh rate for games, depending on display), and "AI Content Creation and Video Conferencing." The first wave of notebooks with NVIDIA RTX 3050 graphics processors inside will be coming from brands like Razer, HP, Dell, MSI, Lenovo, ASUS, and Alienware.

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NVIDIA GeForce drivers name-check CMP 40HX, update hash limits

NVIDIA GeForce drivers name-check CMP 40HX, update hash limits

This week the folks at NVIDIA released Game Ready 446.27 drivers which reference a hash limiter for GPUs. This driver updates the hash limiter specifically for the GeForce RTX 3060 12GB. This update is required for the product shipped starting mid-May 2021. In the notes for this update, NVIDIA references the article they released in February by the name of "GeForce Is Made for Gaming, CMP Is Made to Mine."

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Nintendo Switch V1 won’t run cloud gaming – Why V2 might

Nintendo Switch V1 won’t run cloud gaming – Why V2 might

An insider tip this week says Nintendo will never put game streaming services on the Switch. Today we're taking a peek at why this is the situation, and what most likely has to happen in order for Nintendo to consider working with companies like Microsoft, Google, and NVIDIA to bring game streaming subscription services to their next big hardware release.

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GeForce Now’s new Priority plan offers Founders benefits but with an expensive downside

GeForce Now’s new Priority plan offers Founders benefits but with an expensive downside

GeForce Now has been up and running for around a year at this point, and today NVIDIA is making some rather big change to the service. NVIDIA today announced the introduction of a new subscription tier called the Priority membership. This new subscription allows anyone to tap into the same benefits that GeForce Now Founders get, though they'll be paying a higher price than Founders do on a month-to-month basis.

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