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NVIDIA has backed Microsoft's ARM-based tablet platform, Windows RT, saying that it has a "bright future", while also mentioning that multiple Tegra 4-powered Windows RT machines are on their way
NVIDIA revealed new roadmaps for its graphics and mobile processors today as part of its annual GPU Technology Conference Tuesday, along with a new computer server, the Grid VCA.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang admitted today that sales of Microsoft's Windows RT were disappointing but feels Microsoft should support the ARM-based OS, while also praying for Outlook on Windows RT.
NVIDIA today announced the company's first Tegra chip with LTE support, the Tegra 4i. The chip uses ARM's newest CPU design, the R4 Cortex A9, in a 2.3GHz quad-core processor.
NVIDIA has released a new app for Tegra-powered Windows RT devices, TegraZone, on the Windows Store. The app will help users find games enhanced for Tegra-powered devices.
The research firm IHS claims that Microsoft's new Windows RT-based Surface tablet costs $271 to make for the 32 GB version, without the Touch Cover, based on a tear down of the device.
NVIDIA announced that its Tegra mobile chip, which will be used in Microsoft's Surface tablet for Windows RT, have helped to boost its financial results for the second quarter of 2012.
After a successful CES in January, Wikipad have detailed the specifications surrounding their identically named gaming tablet adding that it will come bundled with console inspired controller add-on.
The company's reference platform will include a new quad-core Tegra chip that can power Android tablets. NVIDIA aims to achieve a $199 price for such tablets.
Sonic The Hedgehog 4: Episode II will enable Windows Phone players to save their game and resume it on their Xbox - but the WP7 version won't be available until two months after other versions launch.
A letter from NVIDIA's CEO Jen-Hsun Huang to his employees this week strongly hints that the company's newest and most powerful GPU, code name Kepler, could show up in so-called "superphones".
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HTC has realised that it must change certain attributes when it comes to manufacturing devices and accessories. As a result, a new division has been formed to specifically design key products for it.
NVIDIA is showing off the graphical power of its upcoming Tegra 3 multi-core mobile processor with a new video that shows off a new and more impressive demo of Glowball.
NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang believes that Microsoft should allow the ARM-based version of Windows 8 to be run on tablets at first in order to establish that this version is not for PCs.
NVIDIA has revealed a road map for future versions of its Tegra mobile processor, including a low powered chipset code named Grey. NVIDIA also hopes to have its chips inside Windows Phone 7 devices.
Even though the smartphone market is booming, processor maker AMD apparently has no plans to introduce chips to compete in that market.
In an attempt to move more into the mobile phone market, graphics chip maker Nvidia announced today that it will be acquiring the UK-based baseband and RF processor company Icera. Today's press release said that...
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