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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We caught a pretty good look at what we then called the Transformer 2 in the teaser video we showed you this morning, but a few hours can make all the difference as when Jonney Shih pulled the tablet out of his briefcase at the Asia D Conference he identified it as the ... Read More »
The announcement of the Galaxy Nexus and Ice Cream Sandwich was not the only major event that took place in Hong Kong. In fact, Google’s Andy Rubin had a chance to talk at AsiaD, covering topics like Android, its future, the competition and tablets.
Of course, the launch of Ice Cream Sandwich was ... Read More »
Surprise. It looks like NVIDIA will be going with Tegra 3 as the name of their quad-core processor they had been referring to as Kal-El. We first saw this next-generation processor back in February. I got overly excited when we were told that quad-core Android tablets would appear around August, but it’s ... Read More »
The wait is finally over. We think. Samsung Mobile US just sent out word that their media event with Google has been rescheduled to take place on October 19. Unfortunately the event is taking place in Hong Kong, so we are unable to attend on such short notice. But Google still plans to broadcast it ... Read More »
We can’t really blame them, but Samsung absolutely sucked the life out of the CTIA show in San Diego. For the second year in a row, they’ve disappointed us by unexpectedly cancelling their big media event with little explanation. A few other products were announced, but the talk of the show was the missing-in-action Read More »