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Nvidia launches new GeForce RTX Super series, price starts at Rs 34,890

Consumers who purchase any of these three new graphic cards will get two RTX-enabled games including Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Control priced at Rs 3,600 free of cost.

China's Huawei takes aim at Qualcomm, Nvidia with new AI chips

Chinese’s largest telecommunications gear and mobile phone maker Huawei unveiled its latest Ascend series chips, machine-learning capable processors.


Nvidia launches new GeForce graphics card based on faster Turing architecture

Nvidia has launched a slew of Turing-based GeForce graphics processing units (GPUs) at GamesCom 2018.

This AI from NVIDIA, MIT can fix your noisy, grain photos on its own

The idea is being presented at the International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML) 2018 in Stockholm, Sweden this week.

Nvidia follows Uber, suspends self-driving car testing

Chipmaker Nvidia has discontinued its self-driving car tests, in the aftermath of the Uber crash in Arizona. The company looks at autonomous tech as a key area to expand its market.

Nvidia joins AMD in crypto gold rush as mining boosts results

The global semiconductor industry is buoyant, given the increased interest in cryptocurrency mining. Top chipmakers feel that the bubble will help them generate future profits as well.


Nvidia's upbeat forecast powered by data centers, cryptocurrency demand

Chipmaker Nvidia has given high sales estimates for its upcoming quarter, given that the company's Volta GPUs have helped cloud services as well as cryptocurrency miners.

Nvidia releases software patches for Spectre flaw

Nvidia has released a security patch in response to the Spectre microchip vulnerability that affects its chips.

CES 2018: Volkswagen, Uber to deploy Nvidia's self driving technology

Uber and Volkswagen have announced partnerships with Nvidia at CES 2018, as the tech maker looks to expand into the market of self-driving technology.

Tesla is said to shift to Intel from Nvidia for infotainment

The giant information and entertainment screens in Tesla Inc’s cars will be powered by new components from Intel Corp after the automaker replaced chip supplier Nvidia Corp for that function, according to people familiar with its plans.