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How Is It Possible That Google Is So Bad At What It Should Be Great At?

-+*Mark Zuckerberg cooly plunked down $19 large last week for a SMS-like app that most Americans had never used, probably never will. The move was labelled bold, brilliant, strategic. Zuckerberg branded a badass, a visionary, … Continue reading

Brian S Hall / February 24th, 2014
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Nvidia’s Shield Was Built for Folks Like Me

-+*I’m right in the sweet spot of Nvidia’s target demographic for Shield. I’m a hard core gamer, I play mainly console games and not as much PC games. Life and career have taken more time … Continue reading

Ben Bajarin / July 31st, 2013
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AMD SurRoundhouse Concept: Future Cure for the CE Industry Woes?

-+*For a run of at least 30 years, the “classic” consumer electronics industry successfully transitioned from one technology to another.  TVs are a good example.  TVs went from big color tubes to rear projection to … Continue reading

Patrick Moorhead / January 22nd, 2013
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NVIDIA’s Project SHIELD Connects Disparate Gaming Worlds

-+*Even before CES 2013 officially began, NVIDIA announced a new product that rocked the gaming world.  NVIDIA announced Project SHIELD, an NVIDIA-branded mobile gaming device that connects different world of gaming, across modes, displays and … Continue reading

Patrick Moorhead / January 8th, 2013
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NVIDIA GeForce Grid: Killing off Game Consoles?

-+*Yesterday, NVIDIA launched VGX and the GeForce Grid, which, among many things, could render future game consoles obsolete.  This may sound very far-fetched right now, but as I dig into the details of the capability … Continue reading

Patrick Moorhead / May 16th, 2012
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Immersive Social Games Bringing Families Together

-+*The big discussion on social games recently is centered around games like Farmville and companies like Zynga, whose recent IPO generated a lot of attention. I see a much more interesting phenomenon taking place where … Continue reading

Patrick Moorhead / May 1st, 2012