In an announcement that carries the potential of bringing 3D movies to PC, Nvidia Monday launched its inexpensive, $279-priced, graphics card - the GeForce GTX 465 GPU - at the Computex event in Taipei.
In a statement accompanying the launch of the GeForce GTX 465, Nvidia said that the GPU is essentially aimed at desktop computers, and sports the typical Nvidia features of 3D Vision and PhysX.
The bi-annual Top 500 Supercomputing list – published twice a year by Top500. org – was released on Monday at the International Supercomputing Conference 2010 conference in Hamburg, Germany.
With Amazon. com Inc. and Pearson PLC's Penguin Group (USA) having recently resolved their differences over the book-pricing model that allows publishers to determine their own retail prices, Penguin has once again decided to make its new digital titles available on Amazon’s e-reader, Kindle.
In a lawsuit that raises the pertinent question about the extent to which people should rely on machines, a Los Angeles, California, native Lauren Rosenberg has sued Google over the “negligent providing of unsafe directions” by the Google Maps service.
In an attempt to take the Apple iPad head-on, Asus unveiled its ‘Eee Pad’ device at the Computex show in Taipei on Monday. The unveiling of the Asus Eee Pad by the company’s chief executive Jerry Shen created quite a flurry among the journalists who rushed to catch a glimpse of the potential iPad challenger.
Close on the heels of its Friday, May 28, launch of the iPad tablet computer in Europe, Canada, Australia, and Japan, Apple Monday announced that the sales of the device have crossed the enviable two million mark!