The tablet market is in the middle of a revolution. Prices are dropping as processing and graphical prowess grows rapidly. Those currently looking for a 7-inch, WiFi-only Android tablet should probably have the Toshiba Thrive 7″ top of mind. By the time I got my hands on this tablet, many other reviews had already been ... Read More »
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This week at Mobile World Congress NVIDIA’s partners announced a ton of new Tegra 3 devices, but the big focus was on mobile games and other experiences that Tegra delivers. Last night we had the opportunity to attend an NVIDIA party where we got some hands-on time with several upcoming games headed to Tegra Zone.
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When most think of a mainstream or entry-level smartphone, we picture some cheap junk with a small low-res screen, crappy camera, and an outdated version of Android.
Now imagine a smartphone running Android 4.0 with a 4.3 inch qHD display, 5 MP rear camera + VGA front camera, and a dual-core Tegra 2 processor. Obviously the ... Read More »
The Acer Iconia Tab A200 was announced earlier this month, and while we expected it to be released last January 15, it is just now hitting Best Buy stores. When announced, the tablet seemed like just another A500, but the difference seems to lie on its software.
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Acer has maintained itself as one of the most competitive in the tablet market. Not because of their great tablets, though most mid-to-high-end tablets had almost identical specs in 2011, but because of their prices. Acer has just announced the brand new Iconia Tab A200, and it looks like 2012 will be a ... Read More »
Zen Studios has announced the release of their Zen Pinball THD application for Tegra devices. Zen Pinball THD is a modern take on the classic pinball game, with all the gameplay basics you’ve come to expect from pinball games and a mix of games that will keep the game interesting – for a price.
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With the recent official announcement of the quad-core Tegra 3 chipset making its way to Android devices soon, there were also a ton of games mentioned in the press release that a lot of people probably aren’t familiar with. Right now there are over 15+ Tegra 3 games under development and 40+ Tegra Zone games will be ... Read More »
After six months of waiting, does Shadowgun live up to the hype? We have been eagerly anticipating this game ever since it was announced for Android and today it is finally live in the Android Market for $4.99. Check out our mini-review of the game and find out if it’s worth your money. ... Read More »
If you passed on the initial wave of 10.1-inch Honeycomb tablets in hopes for something a little more compact, it looks like you’ll finally have some options before the year is out.
The latest entrant is Toshiba’s Thrive 7-inch, which weighs in at a mere 14 ounces. Although at just a hair under half an ... Read More »
Do you like your sci-fi games soaked in blood? MadFinger Games just released the trailer for their upcoming Android title, Shadowgun, and it looks like it could challenge Gameloft’s Modern Combat 3 for most advanced game.