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Nvidia GeForce Now app is now native on Apple M1

GeForce Now is Nvidia's game streaming platform, built to play Windows-based PC games on the cloud across desktop and mobile platforms. Nvidia just released a new update for the GeForce Now service, which includes an M1-native Mac app. GeForce Now has been available in web browsers for a few months now (many of which are M1-native),...

Fortnite returns to iOS through NVIDIA GeForce Now

You're probably aware of the Epic Games versus Apple battle by now. For the unfamiliar, the former implemented its own in-app purchase (IAP) system on Fortnite for iOS. The implementation violates Apple's App Store guidelines and got the game kicked out of the store. Until now, iPhone users had no official way to play the...

Samsung Gaming Hub is a one-stop-shop for your cloud gaming needs, coming soon to your Samsung Smart TV

While CES 2022 officially kicks off on January 5, Samsung has decided to make some early product announcements. On Sunday, the South Korean company announced new eco-friendly remotes and not so eco-friendly NFT Aggregation Platform for Samsung smart TVs. In addition, the company also announced a new feature called Samsung Gaming Hub. The Samsung Gaming Hub...

NVIDIA GeForce NOW’s RTX 3080 tier adds 120FPS streaming support for the Pixel 6 Pro

In October this year, NVIDIA launched a new GeForce NOW plan with RTX 3080 graphics. The plan included 1440p and 120FPS streaming support on PC and Mac, 4K HDR streaming on the NVIDIA Shield TV, and 120FPS streaming support on select Android devices. At launch, the plan only supported a handful of Samsung devices for...

NVIDIA GeForce Now adds support for 1600p streaming on Mac, Ubisoft account linking

Every so often, NVIDIA shares some upgrades for its GeForce Now streaming service, and this month is no different. For its December update, NVIDIA is adding support for Ubisoft Connect account linking in GeForce Now, as well as improving the streaming experience on Mac. Of course, it's also adding new titles to the service. Let's start...

You will soon be able to stream PC games from GeForce Now on your LG smart TV

LG and Nvidia on Thursday announced that they are bringing the GeForce Now cloud gaming service to select WebOS-powered LG smart TVs. In January, LG revealed that it would bring Google Stadia and Nividia GeForce Now to its new TVs later this year. And as promised, the South Korean TV maker has released a WebOS...

NVIDIA launches GeForce Now plan with RTX 3080 graphics

NVIDIA's GeForce Now service is adding a new subscription tier called RTX 3080 for gamers that want higher visual fidelity. As the name implies, this new plan gives you the benefit of streaming games from a gaming rig that's powered by the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3080 GPU. Up until now, NVIDIA GeForce Now has been...

NVIDIA GeForce Now database allegedly reveals a bunch of unannounced games

A leaked list from NVIDIA GeForce Now may have potentially exposed some unannounced games, including Bayonetta 3, Gears 6, and Kingdom Hearts IV. NVIDIA has denied the games in the list are real, but nevertheless, it has fueled speculation. Some of the games on the list are ones that have not yet received a PC...

Here are the games available to stream on GeForce Now in August 2021

NVIDIA has revealed which games are coming to GeForce Now in the month of August. Subscribers can look forward to playing 34 new games on their GFN devices. As a cloud gaming solution, GeForce Now allows players to stream their Steam, Epic, and Ubisoft games to multiple devices. GeForce NOW tends to get large batches of...

Here are the games available to stream on GeForce Now in July 2021!

GeForce Now is the streaming service that allows users to play games via Nvidia’s servers. Games that users own on Steam, the Epic Games Store, and Ubisoft Connect can be streamed from GeForce Now to multiple devices. Nvidia is often adding games to the service and it announced that it’d be adding 36 games in...

GeForce GPUs are not coming to mobile anytime soon, says NVIDIA CEO

One of the biggest news that came out of this year’s Computex event was Samsung and AMD detailing their upcoming mobile GPU that both companies have been working on since 2019. As AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su revealed during the keynote, the next-gen Exynos will feature AMD’s RDNA 2 GPU along with support for ray...

GeForce NOW adds in-game overlay to Chrome, lays groundwork for Epic Games account linking

Out of all the currently available cloud gaming services, perhaps one of the most compelling ones is NVIDIA's GeForce NOW. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the continued lack of gaming hardware, whether it's new consoles or PC parts, in-store shelves, game streaming becomes more and more compelling in order to even be able to...