Taking place this week in San Francisco is 2014 Game Developers Conference. Though not necessarily a hardware show, in years past we have seen gaming-related product announcements in both the desktop space and the mobile space. This year is no exception, and in the mobile space in particular it looks to be a very busy year. As we saw on Monday, Khronos is at the show announcing OpenGL ES 3.1, with more announcements to come in the days that follow. But it’s Imagination Technologies that may end up taking the spotlight for the most groundbreaking announcement. Never a stranger to GDC, Imagination is at GDC 2014 to announce their new family of GPU designs. Dubbed “Wizard”, Imagination is introducing a family of GPUs unlike anything...
With CES taking place this week a number of mobile announcements are in the pipeline. And in what has become something of a tradition for Imagination Technologies, they are...22 by Ryan Smith on 1/6/2014
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With the emphasis on smartphones and tablets at this year’s CES, it should come as no surprise that the various SoC IP developers are focusing their announcements around the...20 by Ryan Smith on 1/10/2012
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