NVIDIA hasn’t had the best of luck with when it comes to the adoption of its newest processors. Despite making solid mobile chips (aside from the Tegra 2, that was terrible), most companies don’t want to use NVIDIA’s hardware in their devices. Qualcomm processors are more popular and probably cheaper to use.
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Nvidia’s succes with their venture into mobile has been hit or miss. Tegra has become relatively well known, but its popularity still pales in comparison to the competition. Namely, Qualcomm. So what’s Nvidia to do about it? Instead of waiting for manufacturers to come to Nvidia for chips, Nvidia is going to start building their ... Read More »
If you are a proud owner of a Tegra-power device, then you might want to check out these two new games that just landed on TegraZone. The Bard’s Tale is a massive RPG with over 20 hours of gameplay and Fort Courage is a free-to-play tower defense style game. Both have exclusive graphics ... Read More »
What more can we say about Max Payne? The dude is badass, and the game is singlehandedly responsible for the introduction of bullet time. Now, you can get the original Max Payne in all its glory on your Android device, for the stupid-low price of $2.99. Of course, there are some optimizations ... Read More »
NVIDIA is celebrating the first year of TegraZone, the best place to find the hottest Android games for your Tegra-powered device. ASUS, NVIDIA, and Android and Me are partnering on a sweepstakes in which readers can vote on their favorite Tegra games for the chance to win the new ASUS Transformer Pad. Read ... Read More »
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If you hadn’t heard, today is a big day for tablets. No, I’m not talking about that other tablet. I’m talking about the fact that we’re giving away a pair of quad-core Transformer Primes. We’ve paired with @NVIDIATegra to make sure this is a Friday you’ll never forget.
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Rumors of a Tegra-powered phone from HTC go all the way back to 2009. Anonymous sources say that HTC was in the final stages of preparing a smartphone with NVIDIA’s Tegra processor, but Qualcomm somehow swooped in and killed the project. Three years later, it appears that we will finally see a HTC ... Read More »
FlatOut 3: Chaos & Destruction is demolition racing at its extreme. The PC series has previously been available through Steam, but now the developer Team6 is bringing their latest creation to the Android Market. Company CEO Ronnie Nelis recently revealed that FlatOut 3′s popular Stuntman mode would be turned into a full-blown game ... Read More »
Needless to say, the Amazon Kindle Fire has quickly become one of the most popular Android devices out there. For just $200, this tablet offers you the best bang for you buck, with rich media and apps available, as well as good quality/specs. There’s no doubt that if Amazon continues with its current practices, ... Read More »
Hot on the heels of the launch of their new website, NVIDIA and Swedish development company Mediocre have teamed up to launch Sprinkle to the Tegra 2-toting masses. Sprinkle is a water-based, physics-enabled game where your challenge is to put out fires across the planet of Sprinkle before your water supply runs ... Read More »