Come for Jensen’s hair, stay for all of NVIDIA’s chip announcements.
The FCC has had a speed test app since 2013, but under Acting Chair Jessica Rosenworcel it’s asking that more Americans download and use the software.
Expect updates on ‘Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy’s Edge’ and ‘Pistol Whip.’
Google is discontinuing the Google Play Movies and TV app for Samsung, LG and Vizio smart TVs, as well as Roku devices.
Intel has laid out a plan to help automakers dealing with the global semiconductor shortage that has left companies like GM canceling production shifts.
Google’s Nest Audio is on sale for $20 off at many online retailers, including Best Buy and Walmart.
Save big the iPad mini — Apple’s tiny tablet is $55 off at Amazon right now.
Kong: Skull Island’s Jordan Vogt-Roberts will produce and direct the film.
Facebook plans to start rolling out notifications to connect people to state-specific information from their local health departments about how they can get vaccinated.
NVIDIA isn’t letting gamers have all the fun. Today at its GTC conference, the company announced its next round of professional-focused graphics cards, based on the Ampere architecture first scene with its RTX 30-series GPUs.