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HTC To Launch First Tegra 4 Device?

NVIDIA which is renowned for its GPUs, stepped into the mobile SoC arena with the Tegra series, most notably the Tegra 2 on the LG Optimus 2X. Then came the Tegra 3, which was a quad core chipset featuring improved graphics and better performance. HTC and LG launched smartphones running on the said chipset, although

Best Android tablets for everywhere gaming – April 2015 edition

They say Android tablets are good for casual, mundane, non-straining tasks and activities like web browsing, e-book reading, unpretentious YouTube watching or music playing. For everything else, buy an iPad. Or go big and bulky, and get a Windows laptop or convertible. Unfortunately, for the most part, they are correct. The blame is split evenly

HP Slatebook Is A 14-Inch Tegra 4 Laptop Running On Android 4.3

We have previously heard rumors of an Android-based laptop that’s going to be developed by HP. Now it looks like this device is now official as the company announced the HP Slatebook which is expected to hit the market this coming July. What’s unique about this laptop is that it will run on Android 4.3

ASUS Transformer Pad TF701T to receive Android 4.3 from November 18

ASUS has been the only Android manufacturer that has routinely pushed out newer versions of Android to its devices long before other manufacturers, and that tradition is going to continue with the Transformer Pad TF701T, the Tegra 4-powered 10.1-inch slate that went on sale in late October – it will begin receiving an update to

NVIDIA Shield out of stock already with large demand

The NVIDIA Shield was a questionable gaming device, at $299, it was more expensive than the alternative Android consoles, the Ouya and GameStick. The NVIDIA Shield could do more than both those consoles however, with PC streaming and a 6-inch screen for gaming on the go. It seems the initial response to the NVIDIA Shield

Test the NVIDIA Shield in New York and San Francisco next month

NVIDIA is giving consumers a chance to try out the Shield Android gaming console. If you happen to be in New York or San Francisco in August, you can head over to one of four locations, where NVIDIA will open Shield Movie Theater Experience Centers. These centers will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays