NVIDIA had some pretty big news to share with us this week, and have announced in a recent blog post that they'll be moving away from simply making GPUs and processors like the Tegra 3 for mobile. They aren't going anywhere, but instead will be licensing out their graphics technology and visual computing portfolio to other manufacturers.
Google's Spinal Tap-inspired event, but if Cnet is to be believed, it'll launch without two of the biggest players in the US music industry. Sony and Warner will not be posting any of their artists on the new MP3 store, putting it at a major disadvantage to iTunes and other digital music vendors. The other two major labels, EMI and Universal, will be selling music through Google.