Malaysian gaming equipment maker Illegear introduces its new entry-level gaming laptop the Q5 Evo
This year's Consumer Electronics Show showcased a bevy of interesting new technologies and products. We pick out our favourite five.
Nvidia unveils GeForce NOW, which delivers on demand a high-performance Nvidia Pascal gaming PC from the cloud to PC and Mac computers.
NVIDIA and Audi announce that they are collaborating to put advanced AI cars on the road starting in 2020.
Ajith Ram interviews Nvidia's Phillip Miller about IRay and GPU rendering that is revolutionising the film and design industries.
David Kirk, Nvidia Fellow and the company's former chief scientist predicts a near future which includes fully self-driving cars and intelligent networks.
Nvidia has announced the first Asia Pacific deployment of the company's DGX-1 supercomputer at CSIRO in Canberra. It can replace 250 conventional CPU-based servers, writes Ajith Ram.
GTCx Australia held in Melboune provided a brief glimpse of a future which included VR simulations and virtual babies for pioneering medical research, writes Ajith Ram.
Alienware has launched a new lineup of VR-capable laptops designed with new materials. Some of the new features include eye-tracking and enhanced audio.
Nvidia has announced a new system-on-chip for self-driving cars. TomTom and SAP are using the company's hardware for AI.