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NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds an MMO and welcomes back old friends

NVIDIA GeForce NOW adds an MMO and welcomes back old friends

You have to give NVIDIA some credit for making good on its promise a few months back. After what was an almost disastrous public launch, the graphics tech giant promised it would expand its game streaming catalog every week. It has indeed done so and while not all new titles are noteworthy, there are a few that could make the service look more interesting. Not only that, it seems to have actually recovered from its fall and is now seeing some games coming back to its fold.

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New Apple iMac Geekbench leak teases exclusive Intel Core i9 CPU

New Apple iMac Geekbench leak teases exclusive Intel Core i9 CPU

An unannounced Apple iMac has appeared in leaked Geekbench benchmarks indicating that not only is one on the horizon, but that it'll potentially be running an exclusive Intel Core i9-10910 CPU. Rumors earlier this year suggested that Apple is working on a new iMac model, stoking anticipation that it may have been on the WWDC 2020 roster -- hope that didn't ultimately pan out.

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Mercedes and NVIDIA team up on autonomous cars you can actually buy

Mercedes and NVIDIA team up on autonomous cars you can actually buy

Mercedes-Benz will use NVIDIA's DRIVE platform for its driver-assistance and autonomy in future vehicles, the automaker has announced today, including powering cars that can drive themselves from address to address on regular routes. The deal will see the first new Mercedes using NVIDIA DRIVE from 2024, as the German automaker revamps its fleet.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW welcomes Square Enix back to streaming service

NVIDIA GeForce NOW welcomes Square Enix back to streaming service

NVIDIA had a very high-profile launch of its GeForce NOW game streaming service, but probably not in the way that it had hoped. Just days after it made the service available to the public, big-name publishers yanked out their games over alleged contractual misunderstandings. Since then, NVIDIA has been working quickly to compensate for those losses and the return of Square Enix's biggest hitters could be the start of GeForce NOW's PR recovery.

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System76 Serval WS crams desktop CPUs and GPUs inside a laptop

System76 Serval WS crams desktop CPUs and GPUs inside a laptop

As powerful as laptops have become, they have always been limited by their size and the laws of physics. That's why hardware, especially processors, are specifically designed to squeeze out as much performance without burning the computer down. From time to time, however, you'll hear of some manufacturer boasting of performance comparable to desktop PCs. System76, famed for its Linux computers, makes that same boast by literally putting desktop-class processors inside a behemoth of a laptop known as the Serval WS.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW will soon be streaming to Android TVs

NVIDIA GeForce NOW will soon be streaming to Android TVs

Game streaming news continues to flow especially during these days when the console hardware market seems to be waiting with bated breath for the next big thing. The promise of universal gaming is strong but its current implementations are not that convincing since you're limited by what devices or specific models are officially supported. NVIDIA might be preparing to expand the coverage of GeForce NOW that could give it an ironic advantage over Stadia on Google's own turf.

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Steam Cloud Play joins the game streaming train with GeForce NOW support

Steam Cloud Play joins the game streaming train with GeForce NOW support

It was only a matter of time before Valve jumped onto the game streaming bandwagon but it seems it's using the advantage of hindsight to avoid the problems its peers and rivals have bumped into. Steam Cloud Play isn't exactly technically a game streaming service but is more a platform that connects games with actual game streaming services. The first such service it is supporting is NVIDIA's GeForce NOW and it is assuring game developers and publishers that nothing really changes on their end.

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NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

NVIDIA GeForce Now makes a major change to its streaming rules

Ever since launching earlier in the year, NVIDIA GeForce Now has seen a number of developers remove their games from the streaming service. GeForce Now isn't like a traditional streaming service where users pay a monthly fee and then can stream any number of games available through GeForce Now as much as they want - instead, users need to already own the games they want to stream.

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This NVIDIA AI remade Pac-Man and that’s bigger than you think

This NVIDIA AI remade Pac-Man and that’s bigger than you think

The legendary arcade game Pac-Man is turning 40 years old this year, and to celebrate, NVIDIA has trained its GameGAN AI to recreate the iconic title. That might seem like an easy task on the surface, but what's impressive about NVIDIA's project is that GameGAN is recreating Pac-Man without the help of a game engine or Pac-Man's code. Instead, the GameGAN AI is producing a fully functional version of Pac-Man just by seeing the game in action.

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NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming adds some heavy hitters

NVIDIA GeForce NOW streaming adds some heavy hitters

Another week, another batch of PC games added to NVIDIA's streaming list. As if to prove naysayers wrong, the graphics tech giant is sticking to its promise of announcing week after week the new titles that will be available for streaming on its GeForce NOW service. If last week's addition left you feeling unimpressed, this week's roster could perk you up with the addition of several hit titles across genres.

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NVIDIA GeForce Now adds new games in the face of publisher walkout

NVIDIA GeForce Now adds new games in the face of publisher walkout

What should have been a milestone in the fledgling game streaming market turned into a rather controversial scene. NVIDIA's GeForce Now, which has been in limited beta for months, finally opened up to everyone earlier this year. Unfortunately, misunderstandings and contracts caused some big-name publishers to withdraw from the service. NVIDIA, however, promised that it would add more games every week as a show of strength and it is keeping that promise with 17 new games added to its list today.

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NVIDIA A100, the first Ampere GPU, is an absolute monster

NVIDIA A100, the first Ampere GPU, is an absolute monster

NVIDIA made a lot of announcements during its GTC 2020 keynote today, but at the center of many of them is the company's new Ampere GPU architecture. Ampere is something that's been rumored for quite some time, and the first GPU that will use the architecture - the NVIDIA A100 - is quite the capable piece of hardware. Before you get too excited, though, you should know that the A100 definitely isn't a consumer card for gaming PCs or workstations.

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