Where there's a will there's a way and thanks to the magic of the web, NVIDIA is bringing its cloud gaming platform, GeForce Now, to iOS users without the need for a dedicated app. Because Apple won't allow that, but they can't stop a web app.
It's official as NVIDIA is acquiring Arm Limited for $40 billion. The deal is expected to help accelerate NVIDIA's desire to be a leader in AI and earn more revenue from licensing IP to other industries chip makers like Qualcomm and Texas Instruments.
NVIDIA's GeForce Now cloud game streaming service is finally available to everyone. There's a free tier that lets you play for up to one hour at a time, and a paid Founders plan that costs $4.99 a month. The paid plan gives you priority access, six-hour gaming sessions, and real-time ray tracing.
NVIDIA is giving its GeForce NOW UI on PC and Macs a bit of a visual overhaul today, putting a greater emphasis on finding your games when you need them. The new UI brings the search bar front and center and adds new levels of details for each game.
The new NVIDIA Titan Xp GPU is obscenely powerful, and it now has drivers available for macOS — pretty interesting, given that Apple currently doesn't offer official support for the Mac on its end. Could it be a sign of Mac support to come?