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Rob Enderle
CES 2018: Spare Human Bodies, a $54K HTC Simulator and Intel's People-Chopping Cuisinart
01/15/18 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1929 Words

Among presentation highlights were Nvidia showcasing a whopping 65-inch gaming monitor TV (I so want one). Lowlights included Intel showcasing a human-carrying drone as something out of a horror movie.

Of course, the product I had the most lust for was a...

Jack M. Germain
GeckoLinux: A Polished Distro Just Got Smoother
01/11/18 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1106 Words

This new version also includes a repository containing Nvidia drivers enabled by default.

Switching Gears
When I reviewed the beta release last fall, I worked with the Cinnamon edition. That was partly because I use that desktop as my primary...

David Jones
Roku Takes a Different Angle on Voice-Controlled Home Entertainment
01/04/18 11:35 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 696 Words

The Nvidia Shield streaming box already has Google Voice controls, he told TechNewsWorld.

There may be an opportunity for more consumer devices that use speech recognition technology on the front end, suggested Paul Teich, also a principal analyst at Tirias.

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Rob Enderle
The Tech Wars of 2018
12/11/17 10:57 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1579 Words

Intel must keep it fabs populated, and it is unlikely its automotive or drone efforts (which aren't operating together like Nvidia's are) will get to volume much before 2020, if at all, to make up for the likely sales losses in...

Paul Teich
Nvidia Containerizes GPU-Accelerated Deep Learning
11/07/17 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1031 Words

What if deep learning developers and service operators could run their GPU-accelerated model training or inference delivery service anywhere they wanted? What if they could do so without having to worry about which Nvidia graphics processor unit they were using, whether their software...

Chris Maxcer
Nvidia's Mad Scientists Spark Up Supercomputing Processors
06/21/07 4:16 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1053 Words

Graphics processing unit (GPU) solution provider Nvidia has developed a new line of GPU-focused solutions that transfer many of the calculations required by scientific and graphics-heavy applications to the GPU rather than the central processing unit (CPU) found in more traditional PCs. Moving...

Peter Suciu
Nvidia Lays Out Bold Strategy at CES
01/06/17 11:04 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 854 Words

Graphical support and video delivery will however remain a key component of the company's strategy, according to Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang.

Nvidia's GeForce NOW Service will expand to millions more PCs and Macs, he announced in his keynote address at CES.

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Kirk L. Kroeker
The Future of Computer Graphics: An Interview with Nvidia's Mark Daly
12/10/03 7:53 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 2083 Words

... recently building a new system with one of the latest Nvidia cards powering the graphics , I poked around Nvidia's demo area to see if I could push the new card to its limits. After installing a few of the demos designed...

Katherine Noyes
Torvalds Drops F-Bomb on Nvidia
06/25/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1090 Words

The topic was Nvidia , to be precise -- specifically, its longstanding lackluster approach to Linux.

'Nvidia, F**K You!'
Torvalds wasn't shy about expressing his thoughts.

"Nvidia has been one of the worst trouble spots we've had with...

Katherine Noyes
Nvidia's Excellent Linux Adventure
03/15/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1268 Words

Luckily, there's been plenty of good news on hand lately to counterbalance the impending seasonal meltdown, and perhaps most notable of all is Nvidia's latest big move.

'Shaping the Future of Linux'
"Membership in The Linux Foundation will...

Katherine Noyes
FOSS Goes to Washington, and Nvidia Keeps Its Driver Code to Itself
10/29/09 4:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 1359 Words

An Nvidia Developer Speaks
Government breakthroughs aside, another interesting conversation came up on the blogs recently in response to a Phoronix interview with Nvidia developer Andy Ritger about the state of Linux graphics, gaming and drivers.

One of Ritger's...

Kevin Krewell
Nvidia Embraces Deep Neural Nets With Volta
05/12/17 1:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1002 Words

... this year's GPU Technology Conference , Nvidia's premier conference for technical computing with graphic processors, the company reserved the top keynote for its CEO Jensen Huang. Over the years, the GTC conference went from a segment in a larger, mostly gaming-oriented...

Richard Adhikari
Processor Claims Ratchet Up Tension Between Intel, Nvidia
06/28/10 6:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 878 Words

Intel and Nvidia are locked in a war of words over processor speed. The battle appears to have been triggered by a paper Intel engineers presented last week at the International Symposium on Computer Architecture in France. That paper, entitled "Debunking the 100x...

Richard Adhikari
Nvidia Rocks the Gaming Establishment
01/08/13 7:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 704 Words

... came out Monday with a handful of announcements expanding its presence in the gaming world well beyond the graphics processing units for which it's best known. Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang introduces Project Shield at CES 2013.

Taking the stage at CES...

Chris Maxcer
iWork, Nvidia, Intel, Chargers: Can't We All Just Get Compatible?
02/20/09 4:00 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1389 Words

Still, some of the more interesting bits of news include Intel filing a lawsuit against Nvidia , Apple ignoring a call to unify mobile device chargers, and the company's difficulties with iWork '09 and iWork '08 compatibility.

Chipping Away
Apparently...

Katherine Noyes
Nvidia's Ginormous Gift to Linux Gamers
11/15/12 5:00 AM PT | LinuxInsider | 888 Words

The latest news? None other than Nvidia's announcement last week that its latest R310 Nvidia GeForce drivers "double the performance and dramatically reduce game loading times for those gaming on the Linux operating system," in the company's own words .

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Richard Adhikari
Nvidia Takes Self-Driving Journey to California Roads
12/15/16 1:26 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 576 Words

Nvidia recently has made several well publicized moves in the autonomous car arena. It forged a partnership with Baidu this summer to build a cloud-to-car platform for semiautonomous cars. Its Drive PX2 technology will be used in vehicles participating in the upcoming...

Rob Enderle
Nvidia's ECS: Some Amazing Little Companies to Watch
03/31/14 6:09 AM PT | TechNewsWorld | 1298 Words

... -- Nvidia's Emerging Companies Summit -- is a place to check out some of the firms that could become the next breakout company . It didn't disappoint this year. Among the highlights: A firm that could redefine advertising connected to Web...

Katherine Noyes
Nvidia Flips Grid's Game-Streaming Switch
11/13/14 4:11 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 626 Words

... close to a year of beta testing, Nvidia on Thursday officially launched its Grid on-demand game-streaming service. Due to become available on Nov. 18 in North America, Grid will be free through June 30, 2015, for users of Nvidia Shield tablets and...

Richard Adhikari
Nvidia Is Off to the Autonomous Car Races
05/20/17 2:18 PM PT | TechNewsWorld | 614 Words

... recently announced that Toyota will use its Drive PX AI car computer platform for advanced autonomous vehicles slated for introduction over the next few years. Nvidia is combining breakthroughs in AI and high-performance computing to build Nvidia Drive PX, the brain of...

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If the FAA approved the use of autonomous drones as passenger "air taxis" for short commutes, how interested would you be in riding in them?
Very -- too much of my life is wasted in clogged traffic.
Not interested -- even if they were safe, they would be ridiculously expensive.
I'm looking forward to them -- smart machines will save human lives.
I'm skeptical -- but if they proved reasonably safe, I'd get on board.
I'd use them -- human pilots could take over remotely if necessary.
No way -- I would want a human on board to take over in an emergency.