NVIDIA announced its new GeForce GTX 680 desktop and GeForce 600M series notebook Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).
Sony Creative Software announced its new Vegas Pro 11 video editing software.
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division announced U.S. retail pricing and availability for its Qosmio X770 and Qosmio X770 3D series of laptop PCs.
NVIDIA announced its new GeForce GTX 560M Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) for gaming notebook computers.
NVIDIA announced its new active-shutter 3D Vision wired glasses ($99), which will be available late June 2011.
NVIDIA Corporation announced that YouTube now allows 3D videos to be watched on NVIDIA 3D Vision PCs and notebooks that run the latest version of Firefox.
NVIDIA announced that it is making its 3D Vision video player technology available for free to web developers.
Fordela Corporation announced that it is demonstrating its cloud-based 3D video management platform at the NAB Show 2011.
NVIDIA announced its new GeForce GTX 590 graphics card, which features dual Graphics Processing Units (GPUs).
NVIDIA announced its new GeForce GTX 550 Ti graphics processing unit (GPU) as well as the latest version of its 3D Vision wireless glasses kit.
PassmoreLab announced that many of its 3D films will appear on NVIDIA’s 3D Vision Live website.
Optoma Europe announced its new home entertainment projector that includes full support for NVIDIA 3DVision technology.
PNY Technologies announced its new XLR8 GeForce GTX 560 Ti 1024MB graphics card.
NVIDIA Corporation announced 3D Vision Live, a dedicated, high definition, 3D photo and streaming video portal.
Nvidia announced its GeForce GTX 570 graphics processing unit (GPU), which is the latest addition to the company’s GTX 500 Series of DirectX 11 (DX11) GPUs marketed at PC gaming enthusiasts.