Today we had the opportunity to sit down with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, continuing our Android Insiders series from last year’s CES. Our time was limited, but we got to discuss the latest news surrounding the mobile industry, the next-generation of Tegra, NVIDIA’s possible entry into the connected TV market, Android updates, and Jen-Hsun’s favorite Android ... Read More »
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We were in attendance for the NVIDIA press conference at CES last week and while the $249 Asus MeMO stole the show a bit at the end, it was the capabilities of the Tegra 3 processor powering the MeMO and of course the Transformer Prime that were highlighted for the majority of the ... Read More »
As you read this, we are waiting in line for NVIDIA’s CES 2012 press conference. Thankfully, NVIDIA will provide a live stream for their event starting at 4 PM PT so you can tune in and see what surprises get announced. We expect CEO Jen-Hsun Huang will be talking about their Tegra, GeForce, and 3D ... Read More »
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Last year NVIDIA broadcast their CES press conference live on the web and they will offer another video feed this year as well. On Monday, January 9th at 4pm Pacific Time, head over to NVIDIA’s CES 2012 page and watch CEO Jen-Hsun Huang as he talks about the latest on Tegra, GeForce, 3DVision ... Read More »
Last week two companies demonstrated their next-generation mobile processors inside upcoming devices and we noticed quite the interesting contrast. NVIDIA showed off their Tegra 3 processor inside the ASUS Transformer Prime running Android 4.0 and Qualcomm unveiled their Snapdragon S4 Liquid development platform running Android 2.3.
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As new technology is perfected and the cost of producing component parts decreases, the amount we pay for the latest and greatest technologies tends to decrease as well. You can get a new TV for a few hundred dollars, when people were lining up to pay $5,000+ for the first generation of flat-panels. Similarly, as ... Read More »
Can a more power efficient mobile processor really extend battery life that much? Even if a next-generation processor like Tegra 3 consumes 61% less power than its predecessor, we know by now that the major source of power consumption in any mobile device is the display technology.
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How do you measure success in the mobile application processor business? NVIDIA recently revealed that their Tegra 2 processor accounts for 70% of the non-iPad tablet market, but it cost them $2 billion dollars to get there and Android tablets haven’t been exactly flying off the shelves yet (until recently).
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During a recent earnings call with NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, some exciting news on the company’s upcoming Kal-El quad-core processor was outed along with some hints about future plans for Ice Cream Sandwich.
NVIDIA CEO: Android will beat the iPad in under 3 years, ten OEMs are already working on Tegra 3 devices
At the Reuters Global Technology Summit this morning, CEO and co-founder of NVIDIA Jen-Hsun Huang, went on the offensive against Android’s competitors. Jen-Hsun predicted that Android tablets will surpass the iPad in about 30 months from now — or 2 and a half years.
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