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NVIDIA officially announced its Tegra 3 processor for smartphones and tablets. The quad-core processors, previously known as Kal-El, will debut on Asus' Transformer Prime tablet.
A new rumor suggests that the first smartphone that will have a quad-core processor inside might be the HTC Edge which could have NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chip, also known as Kal-El.
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.
Nvidia's upcoming quad-core mobile processor, code named Kal-El, may make its first appearance inside a tablet made by Asus
Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang says he is "bullish" on seeing the company's upcoming ARM based processor being used on Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system.
Nvidia has been making lots of inroads in the smartphone and tablet market with its Tegra chips. The dual-core Terga 2 processor is already being used on the Motorola Xoom tablet, among other products. However...
If there are to be two words to describe this year's Mobile World Congress, for many, those words will be Kal-El. For those of you well-versed in the worlds and mythology of DC Comics, Kal-El will...