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Hardware-maker Nvidia (NASDAQ: NVDA) is planning a massive celebration for PC gaming that will span the entire globe, and they want you to be a part of it. Nvidia’s global event is called Game24, and will feature 24-hours of uninterrupted content including dev interviews, game reveals, eSports competitions, giveaways and of course a whole ‘lotta gaming. The “PC gaming holiday” launches on Thursday, Sept. 18 at 6PM PST, and will be held in select cities across the world such as Los Angeles, Shanghai, Stockholm and London. Attendance and registration for the show are free of charge, and you can sign-up here. Below you can find a list of show locations in the United States:
As Nvidia’s most recent earnings report shows, Tegra is in a much different place than it was a quarter or a year ago. Nvidia’s SoC that, despite the company’s best efforts, never got the hardware wins expected was actually the success story of this quarter’s earnings report. Nvidia has had a tough time convincing manufacturers to put its chips in devices. Granted, it’s not like Tegra is without hardware wins. Xiaomi, the four-year old mobile vendor that has taken China by storm, ships its MiPad with a Tegra K1 SoC. This is the device that sold out its first batch of 50,000 in just four