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.
The still air of the firing range. The weight of cold steel in your palm. The smell of gun powder exciting your senses. Welcome to ARMA II: Firing Range, a realistic firing range simulator for Tegra-based Android devices. Fresh in the Market from developer Bohemia Interactive, ARMA II: Firing Range is the first ARMA series ... Read More »
The battle lines have been drawn, and it’s become increasingly clear that for the next little while the situation is not likely to change. As you read this, nVidia, Qualcomm, and Sony Ericsson are dawning their warpaint, loading up on ammunition, and fortifying themselves for the upcoming fight. What are they fighting for, exactly? Simple, ... Read More »
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When NVIDIA announced the Tegra 2 processor for Android smartphones, I think we all knew that gaming on Android was going to get significantly better. True to form, NVIDIA has started partnering with developers to unleash games which take advantage of its powerful Tegra 2 chipset.
On Friday, NVIDIA teamed up with Playbox ... Read More »
NVIDIA just announced on its website that it has acquired Icera — a maker of baseband processors — for a cool $367 million dollars. NVIDIA’s Phil Carmack explains the reason why the company felt it needed to buy Icera:
Icera’s baseband and RF technologies span 2G, 3G and 4G networks. Joining them with ... Read More »
When Nvidia announced that they would be partnering with device manufacturers to bring awesome phones and tablets to market sporting its new Tegra2 processors, it was only a matter of time before we started to see increasingly complex, graphically-intense games come to the Android platform.
Today, Nvidia has partnered with Gameprob to bring Gameprob’s popular ... Read More »
I’m not sure who coined the phrase first, but those “Chuck Norris quad-core processors” that everyone likes to joke about on Twitter could make their way into Android devices sooner than you think.