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NVIDIA announced a temporary price cut to its GeForce NOW cloud gaming service today when signing up for six months of Priority-level access. Normally a six-month Priority membership would run $49.99 (versus $9.99 per month, which works out $59.94 for six months). But for a limited time, you can score a six-month... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce Now game streaming service is adding support for smooth 120fps mobile gaming to a much wider range of Android devices. However, there are a couple of requirements that you will need to meet in order to get that type of performance. Mobile gaming has been growing in popularity, as more and more... Read more...
Samsung is making a spirited run at the gaming TV market, which if we're being real, many people associate with LG and its fancy OLED models. That's because LG was one of the first to embrace the HDMI 2.1 standard (and not fake HDMI 2.1) with features that current generation game consoles can tap into. But others have... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce NOW cloud streaming service added Fortnite today to its already large library of games it supports. The full launch removes the waitlist that existed prior to today, and enables all current and new members with the opportunity to stream the extremely popular battle-royale game on both iOS and Android... Read more...
NVIDIA didn't hold back on the first day of its GTC 2022 event, announcing a bevy of products and platforms including Hopper H100, the world's largest AI and compute accelerator, and a 144-core Grace CPU Superchip. It also unveiled some developments in robotics, and as is the topic here, Ominverse Cloud for easier and... Read more...
Good news for anyone who's been wanting to test run NVIDIA's top GeForce NOW RTX 3080 cloud gaming tier, but were reluctant to spend $99.99 on a six-month subscription. Now you don't have to. NVIDIA today added a single month membership option priced $19.99, with the same benefits as a longer term commitment. In terms... Read more...
Fortnite is finally coming back to iPhone and iPad devices, though not because Epic Games and Apple ended their legal dispute and came to a mutual resolution. We're still waiting to see how that situation ultimately plays out (and we be waiting quite a while). However, Fortnite is getting ready to land on iOS and... Read more...
Samsung is busting out all the tricks for its refreshed TV lineup for 2022. Sure, micro LED lighting and big screens topping 100 inches are present and accounted for, but those features are just the tip of the iceberg. How does a 144Hz refresh rate sound? And on top of that, Samsung has added a new "Samsung Gaming... Read more...
Streaming game services have proven hugely popular, and NVIDIA continues to lead the market in a number of key areas. In October, NVIDIA's GeForce NOW launched a tier that allows gamers to enjoy RTX 3080-class graphics on their PC, Mac, Shield TV, and select Android devices. Even more recently, the service added... Read more...
A high-end graphics card may not be in Santa's bag of toys this Christmas, regardless of whether you ended up on the Nice or Naughty list. In lieu of a physical graphics card, you can rent one in the cloud through NVIDIA's GeForce NOW game streaming service. Even better, the preorder designation on its RTX 3080 tier... Read more...
There's a good chance your PC can run Crysis Remastered if you're rocking a relatively modern setup. Know what else can? NVIDIA's cloud gaming service GeForce NOW, which recently added an RTX 3080 tier. If you're willing to commit to a six-month membership, you can receive Crysis Remastered for free as a... Read more...
Google's Stadia service may have gotten a lot of attention when it launched, but it was far from the first such service. GeForce NOW predates it, and is still going strong to this day. NVIDIA offers three tiers for its cloud gaming service. The first is a free tier that anyone can use; however, it's limited to... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce NOW is not a new product, but today the company's game streaming service is expanding in a couple of key ways to bring more performance and better visuals to gamers everywhere. Announced last week, NVIDIA is bringing a whole new tier of graphics horsepower to its service, dubbed GeForce NOW RTX... Read more...
NVIDIA is quite literally taking its cloud game streaming service, GeForce NOW, to the next level by adding vastly upgraded game servers to the mix—or as NVIDIA calls them, GeForce NOW SuperPODs. These SuperPODs purportedly deliver "GeForce RTX 3080-class gaming" on the company's cloud service, and are being made... Read more...
Cloud gaming has become an avenue for many gamers to play titles that typically couldn't run on their current hardware, and one of the more popular cloud services is NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW. Today NVIDIA announced they it has partnered with Electronic Arts to expand on an already impressive list of supported game titles... Read more...
Is the PlayStation exclusive God of War definitely headed to PC? For a brief moment, it seemed as though a GeForce NOW database leak essentially confirmed it would be headed to another platform, but not so fast—according to NVIDIA, yes, the leak is legitimate, but no, the games listed are not necessarily bound for the... Read more...
AMD and Samsung made a big splash in 2019 when the pair announced that future Samsung SoCs would leverage Radeon IP. The possibilities were endless, with the prospects of bringing PC-caliber graphics to smartphones and other mobile devices. Earlier this week, AMD confirmed that Samsung's next-generation custom mobile... Read more...
Some significant changes are coming to NVIDIA's popular GeForce Now cloud gaming service. GeForce Now celebrated its 1st anniversary back in early February and currently has 9 million subscribers.  At launch, GeForce Now provided two tiers of service: Free and Founders. The former offered standard access to GeForce... Read more...
NVIDIA's GeForce NOW cloud gaming service first went into beta way back in September 2015, but it wasn't until February 4th, 2020 that it was finally ready for its official public launch. So that means that today is GeForce NOW's first birthday and NVIDIA is celebrating with a few announcements for this week's GFN... Read more...
When GeForce NOW launched, NVIDIA's cutting-edge gaming service supported streaming games that were rendered in cloud data centers to devices running a dedicated app. Over the course of 2020, the company opened up its cloud gaming service to browsers, starting with Chrome on ChromeOS. Adding GeForce NOW support to... Read more...
In September, Apple revealed new App Store guidelines for game streaming apps. However, these rules were not conducive to streaming as they required games to be downloaded first from the App Store. This sort of requirement is not workable, so companies such as Microsoft with Project xCloud and NVIDIA with GeForce NOW... Read more...
It does not appear as though Epic Games and Apple are close to kissing and making up, which means Fortnite remains a no-show in the App Store. However, that does not necessarily mean there is no way to play it on an iPhone or iPad device. Fortnite could be making a semi-triumphant return to iOS devices, and without... Read more...
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