Don't-Miss Graphics Card Stories
Apple headlines for the week ending April 7, 2017.
Nvidia’s new Titan Xp will come with Mac drivers, and the possibilities of its use puts excitement into the Mac community.
There’s a new top-of-the-line Mac coming in 2018. When you buy one, hopefully it’ll be filled with the tech to make it the fastest Mac for years to come.
Apple has one big reason to move to a homegrown GPU: it wants full control over the hardware and software in its devices.
Nvidia's GeForce GTX 1080 Ti is the most powerful graphics card ever.
A new PowerVR graphics architecture from Imagination Technologies will give a serious graphics boost to Apple's future iPhones, including 4K graphics.
The VR-ready dual-fan Radeon rx 480 with 1-click overclocking and 2 HDMI ports features premium quality and reliability while dual fans provide a quieter and cooler gaming environment. Gpu tweak II with XSplit Gamecaster delivers ultimate monitoring and streaming control.
Apple's powerful iPhone 7 GPU is based on Imagination Technologies' PowerVR GT7600 architecture, and a possible successor could come next year.
Users have praised the performance of Apple's A10 Fusion chip in the iPhone 7, but its underlying graphics architecture may not be so new after all.
Just over five years ago, IBM's Watson supercomputer crushed opponents in the televised quiz show Jeopardy. It was a preview of how artificially intelligent computers would storm into our daily lives.
PCWorld editors Jon Phillips, Melissa Riofrio and Gordon Mah Ung talk about a fatal Tesla car crash and ponder a Surface desktop rumor. BlackBerry kills the reason people bought BlackBerry, and exactly how busted is the Radeon RX 480?
Seven point two billion transistors. State-of-the-art 16nm process. And nothing but absolutely pure bad-assery.
If your Mac isn't fast enough to edit 3D video, HP is providing a workaround to make it possible.