The chipmaker's Maxwell graphics architecture is twice as energy-efficient and 50 percent faster than its predecessor, Kepler.
This year's Detroit auto show featured two welcome revivals, the new Ford GT and Acura NSX, along with a slew of potent new launches.
A fleet of 25 new workers rolls through the hallways of UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay, delivering meals and medicine, among other tasks formerly completed by humans.
The CEO of SpaceX and Tesla wants to speed up the development of 800-mph tube transport. He's willing to pay for testing -- most likely in Texas -- to make it happen.
In the age of the selfie, Intel has created an even more impressive and permanent keepsake. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on the tech behind this coveted souvenir at this year's Consumer Electronic Show.
A beach robot creates large-scale sand drawings autonomously, sent to it wirelessly via an app.
Volkswagen's concept hot hatchback combines haptic feedback touchscreens with touchless gesture controls.
The chipmaker takes the wraps off its fifth-generation Core processors for desktops and high-performance laptops.
At the Consumer Electronics Show, CEO Jen-Hsun Huang says the Tegra X1 can bring console- and PC-grade graphics to cars and handheld devices.
This year's show hasn't even started yet, but we're already getting news of what's to come. Here's what happened on Sunday at CES 2015.