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HTC Nexus 8 to sport a 64-bit Tegra SoC and 4GB of RAM

A new leak coming through Twitter source @UpLeaks has revealed potential hardware details of the upcoming HTC Nexus 8 tablet. According to the leak, the tablet could be one of the most powerful Android devices to have launched yet, making use of Android L’s support for 64-bit CPU architecture. It is said that Google will go

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NVIDIA Tegra 4 specs leaked online

A presentation slide has recently been leaked online showing specifications of what is believed to be the next-generation Tegra SoC (system-on-chip) from NVIDIA, otherwise known as NVIDIA Tegra 4. The slide was reportedly first seen in China and that it currently bears a codename “Wayne,” according to a report from Engadget. It wasn’t revealed what

NVIDIA and Nyko Will Offer PlayPad Controllers to Tegra-Based Devices

Nyko and NVIDIA have forged a new deal that would offer wireless game controllers to Tegra-powered devices. The wireless game controllers are called the PlayPad and the PlayPad Pro. Both of these devices are designed to work with NVIDIA Tegra 2 and Tegra 3-based devices, whether they are tablets or smartphones. Specifically, the PlayPad and

New Rumors Surfacing About 10″ Kindle Fire

Last year, months before the release of the original Amazon Kindle Fire, BGR had reported that Amazon was working on not one but two Android powered tablets. The first tablet was the Kindle Fire that we all know and love, and that in one quarter became the biggest substantial player in the Android vs iPad

Nvidia Announces Games Optimized For Tegra 3

Nvidia’s Tegra Zone is a double edged sword. On one end if you have a Tegra device you can use the Tegra Zone app in the Android market to quickly locate games that are optimized for Tegra processors. On the other hand, the games in “THD” are only available for Tegra processors. Last year, with

NVIDIA Talks Tegra “Grey” With 4G/3G On Board

Silicon giant Nvidia held their Q4 earnings call on Wednesday. Their numbers were just about inline with what they had planned except for a dip in sales and production as a result of Thailand flooding, and a dip in OEM’s for mobile purchasing their chips. Nvidia is ramping up for a good year. We already

Does Nvidia’s Quad Core Kal-El Processor Have A Fifth Core

Our good friend and hockey buff Ina Fried over at AllthingsD reported a doozey of a story today for those anxiously awaiting the arrival of tablets and Android phones featuring Nvidia’s new quad core “Kal-El” processor. According to Nvidia’s own reports Fried has reported that the quad core processor actually has a fifth core.  Nvidia

Get Duke Nukem Forever Free With NVIDIA 3D Vision Kits

Just in case you forgot NVIDIA isn’t just about dual core Tegra chipsets. In fact they are about high performance computing anywhere you turn, and this is no different… Duke Nukem has officially been around for 20 years and as you probably know Duke Nukem Forever is the latest version. What began as an MS-DOS

Bionic Coming To Verizon With OMAP In Toe?

Now that the HTC Thunderbolt, Samsung Droid Charge, and the LG Revolution have all been released on Verizon Wireless’ 4G/LTE network that leaves just one phone left.  Out of the quadruple play of Android 4G/LTE devices announced at CES in January only one remains and that is the Motorola Droid Bionic. A few months ago

Can LG make Nvidia's Tegra 2, the 3rd times the charm?

Nvidia’s Tegra Processor is looking for a successful dance partner in the mobile world.  Their first Tegra chip was the processor behind the failed Microsoft Kin poject on Verizon.  The dual core Tegra is also the processor behind Toshiba’s 10″ Folio Android Tablet, as Intomobile’s, Will Park, pointed out the Toshiba tablet is actually a