Posts Tagged ‘ tegra ’

Watch NVIDIA CES 2013 Webcast Featuring Grid Cloud Gaming and Tegra 4 for Android! (Live Stream Video)

January 6, 2013
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UPDATE: NVIDIA Grid, Tegra 4 and Project Shield demo videos added. The show floor at CES 2013 doesn’t open until January 8 (we’ll be there to cover everything mobile), but the event festivities have already started! You can watch NVIDIA’s CES special event live stream in the embedded video above. The webcast will likely...
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SEGA Releases Sonic 4 Episode II for All Android Devices

July 3, 2012

SEGA previously released Sonic 4 Episode 2 for NVIDIA Tegra 3-powered Android smartphones and tablets, but now it’s here for any device running Android 2.3 and up. Grab it from the Google Play Store for $6.99. Game Description: The Sonic 4 Saga continues in Episode II with the return of a beloved side kick...
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Nvidia Announces Five Tegra 3 Games at E3: Dead Trigger, Puddle, Demon’s Score, Bounty Arms and Heroes Call

June 5, 2012

Nvidia made their presence felt at E3 by unveiling five new games, some of which we’ve actually heard about before, for Tegra-powered Android devices. The games that are currently being showcased include: Dead Trigger, Puddle THD, Demon’s Score THD, Bounty Arms and Heroes Call. Each game will be optimized for the powerful Tegra 3...
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Nvidia Aims to Match Console Graphics with Tegra

April 20, 2012

At an industry event hosted by HTC in Seattle yesterday, Nvidia talked about the rise of Tegra and its potential to match console quality graphics (think Xbox 360, PlayStation 3) in the near future. “Since the introduction of the smartphone, mobile graphics technology has advanced considerably – and it is expected to close the...
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NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core features video leaked

October 18, 2011

While we’re currently in an age where dual-core processors have become the norm for smartphones and tablets, we have to remember that NVIDIA is lurking behind the scenes with the next generation Tegra 3 chipset, also known as Kal-El, which harnesses raw quad-core power. If you haven’t heard, there’s a rumor floating around that...
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NVIDIA Leak: Project Wayne, Grey to follow Kal-El+

September 13, 2011

The Kal-El Quad-Core mobile processor isn’t due to hit tablets until late 2011, but we’re already hearing about what’s to come next for NVIDIA. According to a roadmap leak, courtesy of Heise Online, Kal-El+ will succeed Kal-El by mid-2012, followed by a split strategy for the Tegra line. Project Wayne will target the tablet...
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NVIDIA launches to compliment Android app

August 25, 2011

You can now browse NVIDIA’s growing Tegra Zone catalog on the Web via includes professional game reviews, high-res screenshots, HD gameplay videos, game developer interviews, all the latest gaming news and one-click downloads through Android Market. As an added bonus, we’ve included community forums that you can use to discuss your favorite...
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NVIDIA demos Kal-El quad-core Android gaming performance

May 30, 2011

Today, NVIDIA updated the public with the progress of Project Kal-El, their next generation Tegra chipset slated to arrive for Android smartphones and tablets later this year. According to NVIDIA, “Kal-El combines a battery-friendly, powerhouse of a quad-core processor with a 12-core NVIDIA GPU that supports 3D stereo.” In the video below, they show...
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Motorola Xoom WiFi: $599, 7 retailers, coming March 27

March 16, 2011

Motorola has finally come clean with availability details for the WiFi version of the Xoom Android Honeycomb tablet. It will cost $599 and will be available on March 27 at seven major retailers. The retailers include: Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, RadioShack, Sam’s Club, Staples and Walmart. Like the 3G model, the WiFi Xoom features...
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Benchmark Battle: LG Optimus 3D (OMAP 4) beats Samsung Galaxy S II (Exynos) and Optimus 2X (Tegra 2)

February 16, 2011

The LG Optimus 3D and Samsung Galaxy S II are two of the most impressive smartphones on display at Mobile World Congress this year. Hardware savvy tech site AnandTech took the time to analyze the Android-powered devices, which both rock a pair of 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 cores, by putting them through some preliminary...
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CES 2011: Motorola Atrix 4G Android with laptop and HD multimedia docks

January 7, 2011

AT&T subscribers are in for a treat, as the Motorola Atrix looks quite impressive. We had a chance to get a quick look at the Android-powered smartphone at CES 2011, and the video we filmed below explains its features and shows off its compatibility with laptop/HD multimedia dock accessories. The Atrix has a 4″...
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