In today’s society, fitness is a very integral part of many people’s lifestyle. We choose very carefully the food that we eat, for it becomes the fuel to keep our energy up, and able to complete our daily routine or exercise activities that we may participate in. Exercise is also very important, as are the tools we choose to help us achieve the goals we want. One such tool is a bicycle. Choosing a bicycle can be a difficult thing, as we must first know what kind of riding we want to do. Will this be a bicycle that we take off road through the dirt or one that we will ride along a course or paved trail?
iBUYPOWER is proud to announce that it now carries a full range of gaming systems powered by NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX 980. "The GeForce GTX 980 represents a major jump above the previous generation of GPUs, and there’s no shortage of hit PC game titles coming out this holiday season to take advantage of the new “Maxwell” architecture." See More
NVIDIA® announces that the Red Bull Battle Grounds Grand Finals taking place this weekend in Washington, D.C., will be powered by NVIDIA’s groundbreaking gaming technology. The final stop in the five-month, six-tournament series featuring Blizzard Entertainment’s award winning real-time strategy game StarCraft® II, "the eight elite competing professional players, will battle on high-end GPUs based on the Maxwell chip architecture, delivering unmatched performance, major new graphics capabilities, and twice the energy efficiency of the previous generation." See More
MSI announces a New Weapon of Choice for Gamers as they unleash the all new GTX 970 GAMING 4G graphics card featuring MSI's new Twin FroZr V design and Hybrid FroZr technology to keep your graphics cool and your performance even hotter than ever in this latest MSI Newsletter. See More
For a variety of reasons, in recent years, some consider the Apollo 11 moon landing was a hoax. During GAME24,Global Gaming Celebration NVIDIA debunks the conspiracy once and for all, the NVIDIA demo team "rebuilt the scene of the moon landing in Unreal Engine 4, a game engine developed by Epic Games. They simulated how the sun’s rays, coming from behind the lander, bounced off the moon’s surface, and Armstrong’s suit, to cast light on Aldrin as he stepped off the lander." See More