Could you imagine an HTC smartphone launching early next year powered by NVIDIA’s cinco-core Kal-El? We normally think of HTC as joined at the hip with Qualcomm, since the overwhelming majority of their devices use a Snapdragon processor. But the Taiwanese handset maker might finally be ready to dance with a new partner.
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A new report from Strategy Analytics predicts that multi-core processor penetration in smartphones will hit 15 percent in 2011 and that number could be as high as 45 percent by 2015. Multi-core processors offer many compelling benefits including lower power consumption, faster web page load times, faster multitasking, and highly responsive ... Read More »