What Has the Titan Supercomputer Been Up To Lately? You Won’t Believe It.

Scientists are simulating how cells communicate, which could eventually lead to ways to stop diseases in their tracks.

Intel Chairman: “We Seemed to Have Lost Our Way”

Long guided by Moore’s Law, Andy Bryant says Intel took its eye off the ball and let others capitalize on the latest shifts.

The World’s Most Powerful Supercomputer Is Still in China

What the top American machine lacks in raw power, it makes up for in efficiency.

Nvidia’s Solution for “Not Enough Games” on Shield: We’ll Do It Without the Developers

One of the advantages of controlling a device’s hardware: You can easily do stuff it wasn’t originally intended to do.

Unu, Yet Another Android Gaming Device, Ships by November

Here comes another one!

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Mad Catz’s M.O.J.O. Microconsole Costs $250, Opens for Preorders

The M.O.J.O., an Android-based but TV-connected microconsole developed by gaming-peripherals manufacturer Mad Catz, will cost $250 when it goes on sale in December, the company announced today. That puts it near the high end of competing Android gaming devices, closer to the portable $300 Nvidia Shield than the TV-connected $80 GameStick or $100 Ouya. The M.O.J.O.’s website is now accepting preorders ahead of its Dec. 10 launch date, although the company said in a press release that the microconsole will only be available “in limited quantities” at that time.

Nvidia Looks to Gain Ground in Mobile With $199 Tegra Note, Its Own Entry in Crowded Tablet Market

Although Nvidia has done all the work on Tegra Note, it will be localized and sold by various partners over the next few months.

Viral Video: $300 Game Console Blown Up in Fireworks “Teardown” … And Then Again, in Slow Motion

“I guess I gotta go buy a new one.” Smooth!
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Nvidia’s Project Logan Aims to Bring High-End Desktop Graphics to Mobile Devices

The chipmaker plans to bring the effort to market in the first half of next year as part of its next-generation Tegra processor.

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Nvidia Lowers Price of Android Gaming Console, Shield, to $300

In advance of its launch one week from today, the Nvidia Shield just got a $50 price drop. The Android-based handheld gaming console features a console-like controller, a five-inch screen and Nvidia’s Tegra 4 chip.

At CES, Chipmakers Go All In on Mobile