GeForce Now—game anywhere on any device?

(Source: Bradley Hook, Pixels)   Nvidia introduced its virtual client concept called Grid in 2008. The idea was to employ powerful GPU-based AIBs in an internet server (the cloud) and stream pixels over the internet to a local client machine that probably lacked the graphics power to run the desired application. Then in 2013, Nvidia extended its Arm-based shield platform ...

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