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Nvidia brings its cloud gaming to Android

2019 was already looking like a promising year for cloud gaming and now Nvidia is bringing its own service, GeForce NOW, to Android, the streaming scrap is heating up.

Nvidia focuses on the connected car with new Tegra X1 chip

Graphics giant Nvidia unveiled the latest version of its mobile SoC – the Tegra X1 – in Las Vegas ahead of the official start of CES 2015. The chip doubles the performance of the year-old K1 and supports a number of new features focused on the connected car.

Google joins auto makers in connected car alliance

Leading tech firms have teamed up with automotive manufacturers to create an industry alliance aimed at bringing the Android platform to connected cars. Audi, GM, Honda, Hyundai and Nvidia have joined Google to form the Open Automotive Alliance (OAA).

Nvidia aims to ignite controller-pad mobile gaming

Much like how Nokia became the largest manufacturer of digital cameras in 2008, when the mobile handset became the primary camera, Google’s Android platform is well on its way to becoming one of the most popular gaming platforms in the world.

Nvidia cooking up 3G/4G chips

Competition in the mobile chip market is heating up, as graphics giant Nvidia agreed on Monday to acquire a UK-based baseband processor manufacturer, adding wireless connectivity to its arsenal.

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