Thin Clients Are Back—It's About Time
By Rob Enderle | Article Published April 04, 2013
All the pieces are in place for thin clients to take off.
Tags: Cloud, tablet, gaming, AMD, processor, mainframe, nVidia, thin client
NVIDIA’s New Headquarters: Picking a Great Place to Work
By Rob Enderle | Article Published February 21, 2013
Where you work can have as large an impact on your quality of life as your salary and benefits do.
Tags: IT jobs, nVidia
The Biggest Enterprise IT Announcements at CES
By Rob Enderle | Article Published January 10, 2013
Smart IT managers will be paying attention to the heftier tablets, graphics servers, table PCs and in-car DVRs on display at CES.
Tags: Microsoft, server, graphics, IT, tablet, Lenovo, nVidia, CES, Panasonic, Surface, Consumer Electronics Show, enteprise, table PCs
New Oak Ridge Supercomputer Could Be World's Fastest
By Cynthia Harvey | Article Published October 29, 2012
Titan uses GPUs to achieve better energy efficiency than other supercomputers.
Tags: nVidia, supercomputer, GPU, Cray, Titan
NVIDIA GPU Tech Conference: It's New and Fast
By Rob Enderle | Article Published September 23, 2010
The new computing technology on display at the NVIDIA Conference includes life saving and revenue enhancing advances.
Tags: IBM, nVidia, supercomputers, GPU, Cray
Muscle for Netbooks: Nvidia's New Ion
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published March 03, 2010
Netbooks aren't known as performance machines, yet Nvidia second generation Ion claims to change that.
Tags: netbooks, netbook, nVidia, Ion, netbook reviews
Gartner: Chip Sales Growth Will Return (Slowly)
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published October 16, 2009
While growth in chip sector is clearly on the way, the number won't be dramatic.
Tags: iPhone, chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia
Video Conferencing: Why Isn't It More Successful?
By Rob Enderle | Article Published October 06, 2009
For video conferencing to be successful it needs to embrace social networking and foster higher quality personal interaction.
Tags: Facebook, HP, video conferencing, nVidia, Tandberg
nVidia's New 'Fermi': 'Supercomputing in a GPU'
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published October 01, 2009
nVidia is touting its next generation in graphics architecture, codenamed "Fermi," calling it "the soul of a supercomputer in the body of a GPU."
Tags: chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia, Fermi
AMD Touts New Chip Branding Strategy
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published September 11, 2009
Consumers don't know hyperthreading from hyperbole and don't care about gigahertz anymore, AMD claims, as it move in a new direction.
Tags: Windows, chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia
If PC's Were Better They'd Sell Better
By Don Reisinger | Article Published August 02, 2009
Sure, a bad economy is driving down PC sales. But the real culprit lies within the industry itself.
Tags: Microsoft, Intel, Dell, HP, nVidia
Lenovo IdeaPad Y450: Cheap and Appealing
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published July 21, 2009
Netbooks have been getting all the love, offering tons of features for cheap. The Lenovo IdeaPad Y450 wants you to know you can also get a full-size for small cash.
Tags: Intel, netbooks, Lenovo, nVidia, notebook reviews
Taking a Second Look at Apple Xserve
By Drew Robb | Article Published July 09, 2009
Apple's line of servers don't get a lot of press, yet Apple has bee working on its server products.
Tags: services, Intel, Dell, HP, nVidia
Kick Start Your Asus Notebook: 64-bit Kubuntu
By Rob Reilly | Article Published June 25, 2009
Vroom, vroom! Your humble Asus laptop can move faster with an open source OS, juiced to perfection.
Tags: Firefox, Ubuntu, HP, AMD, nVidia
A Linux Meltdown (With a Happy Ending)
By Carla Schroder | Article Published April 22, 2009
When the going gets tough, the tough use the command line.
Tags: Linux, video, software, networking, nVidia
Sun Debuts x86 Blades Geared for Network
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published April 14, 2009
While Sun Microsystems runs behind HP and IBM in the blade sector, this release show it's eyeing market growth.
Tags: virtualization, chips, HP, AMD, nVidia
Nvidia Countersues Intel
By - Reuters | Article Published March 27, 2009
Graphics chipmaker Nvidia Corp countersued Intel Corp for breach of contract on Thursday, alleging that Intel made misleading statements designed to undermine Nvidia's licensing rights.
Tags: chips, Intel, nVidia
Tech Sales Slump: Myth vs. Fact
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 17, 2009
There appears to be a major disconnect between the slowdown in consumer sales and the dire numbers that some tech companies are reporting.
Tags: chips, Intel, Dell, AMD, nVidia
iPhone vs. iPhone Killers: Apple's Next Steps
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published February 09, 2009
Apple, a canny strategist, reveals nothing about it next competitive steps in the iPhone wars, yet that hasn't stopped observers from offering theories.
Tags: wireless, iPhone, Apple, nVidia, voice
Setting Up the Ideal Linux Desktop
By Bruce Byfield | Article Published January 20, 2009
An expert GNU/Linux user talks about choice of software, partitioning, distro preference and other options for a well-configured Linux desktop.
Tags: video, Linux desktop, Debian, Fedora, nVidia
Latest Mac Mini Rumors Are Atomic
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published January 19, 2009
An Atom processor and nVidia Ion GPU are at the heart of the Mac family's tiniest, long-neglected member -- if the gossip du jour is accurate.
Tags: Intel, Mac, economy, nVidia, desktop
Smaller Gadgets a Big Theme at CES
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published January 06, 2009
Although awash in gadgets, the consumer electronics show this year will be greener and not as big.
Tags: Microsoft, wireless, Intel, Dell, nVidia
Tech Wrap: Goodbye 2008...Hello 2009!
By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes | Article Published December 17, 2008
Big events include Apple's Snow Leopard, Windows 7, the CES show, the Psystar controversy, Linux approaching one percent marketshare, and more.
Tags: Linux, Microsoft, nVidia, OS X, Leopard
HP Finally Offers Pre-Installed Desktop Linux
By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols | Article Published December 12, 2008
For years now, HP has been slowly edging towards releasing a pre-installed Linux for general users. Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols reports that this week, HP finally took the big plunge.
Tags: Linux, HP, AMD, Novell, nVidia
AMD's Ambitious Platform Designs
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published November 15, 2008
Undaunted by the economy and warnings from industry leader Intel, AMD introduces new platforms for desktop and mobile.
Tags: services, virtualization, Intel, AMD, nVidia
10 Simple Methods for Happily Running Ubuntu
By Matt Hartley | Article Published October 16, 2008
Adopting a Linux distro, even a user friendly one like Ubuntu, requires some gumption and a few helpful pointers.
Tags: wireless, Ubuntu, Linux desktop, nVidia
Apple Cuts Prices on Notebooks
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published October 15, 2008
Apple Inc on Tuesday cut the price on its entry-level notebook computer to $999 and introduced a line of aluminum-clad machines starting at $1,299 in moves catering to budget-minded buyers at a time when recession fears loom over the global economy.
Tags: Apple, Intel, economy, nVidia, media
Gamer's Hardware Guide, Fall '08
By Vince Freeman | Article Published October 06, 2008
If you're looking for the best combination of parts available for a little less than than top dollar, check out this guide to extreme gaming PCs.
Tags: video, Intel, AMD, nVidia, gaming PC
PC Hardware Trends: AMD's Most Affordable R700s
By Vince Freeman | Article Published October 01, 2008
AMD unveils more bad news for Nvidia by bringing the R700 graphics processor architecture to the under-$100 segment -- and a mix of price, performance, and power consumption that surpasses anything yet seen.
Tags: Intel, marketing, AMD, nVidia, desktop
HP TouchSmart IQ506 Review
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published September 25, 2008
Touch and Go
Tags: wireless, iPhone, Intel, HP, nVidia
Platform Trends: Budget GPUs Galore
By Vince Freeman | Article Published September 12, 2008
Sure, AMD and Nvidia have fast, fire-breathing graphics cards, but the rivals are now tempting bargain hunters. How do these strategies stack up against each other -- or against price cuts on last year's cards?
Tags: programming, Specification, AMD, nVidia, SEC
Closed Source vs. Open Source in Desktop Linux
By Matt Hartley | Article Published July 12, 2008
The Linux desktop quite commonly relies on closed source code to keep itself running. And if the code works, let it be.
Tags: open source, wireless, Linux desktop, nVidia, Wine
Microsoft Offers Office for Annual Fee
By Stuart J. Johnston | Article Published July 05, 2008
A lower-cost, subscription-based Office bundle may be less of an effort to undermine Google Apps and more about promoting Microsoft's OneCare antivirus service.
Tags: Google, search, services, Microsoft, nVidia
AMD Pushes 'Cinema 2.0' With Superfast Chip
By David Needle | Article Published June 18, 2008
Latest Radeon graphics chip features low-cost teraflop performance.
Tags: IBM, chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia
AMD Finally Offers a Notebook Platform
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published June 08, 2008
Puma will be its first platform built specifically for notebooks, combining AMD chips with ATI graphics and chipsets.
Tags: video, Vista, Intel, AMD, nVidia
It's a Small (Notebook) World at Computex
By Eric Grevstad | Article Published June 06, 2008
Whether it's sold by generic white-box resellers or famous names like Dell and Apple, a huge percentage of PC hardware comes from Taiwan. That's why the annual Computex trade show in Taipei always generates big news.
Tags: wireless, Intel, Notebook, laptop, nVidia
New VIA Chip Ready to Take On Intel, AMD
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published May 30, 2008
The Nano processor is competitive with low-end offerings from the big names and draws much less power.
Tags: wireless, chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia
Why Linux Frightens Both the Software and Hardware Industry
By Matt Hartley | Article Published May 27, 2008
Change is scary. Until you see more mainstream entities supporting Linux alternatives, the world will remain in the dark as to lower cost options.
Tags: Linux, HP, nVidia, policy, OS X
Take Two on The Future of PC Graphics
By Andy Patrizio | Article Published April 13, 2008
Are Nvidia and Intel headed for a fight? Or are they inextricably joined at the hip?
Tags: search, chips, Intel, AMD, nVidia
Real HD 16:9 Screens Top Acer's Multimedia Notebooks
By Datamation.com Staff | Article Published March 22, 2008
Acer goes Hollywood with perfectly 1080p-compatible, 1,920 by 1,080-pixel screens -- one measuring 18.4 and the other 16 inches -- on a pair of Core 2 Duo-powered, home-theater-audio-equipped laptops.
Tags: video, support, IT, nVidia, media, desktop, Storage