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The strongest leads we've had to the Nexus 7 tablet's existence is the device exterior image we reported earlier and the fact Digitimes has just reported Quanta Computer is Google and ASUS's ODM.
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.
Third-person iOS shooter Shadowgun today received an update that brings retina display support and 4x anti-alising to the new iPad. The update also fixes a number of niggling issues with the game.
New benchmarking results comparing the A5X in the new iPad tablet with the Transformer Prime that has NVIDIA's Tegra 3 processor have yielded some mixed outcomes.
Apple claims that the new iPad has a graphics processor four times as fast as NVIDIA's Tegra 3 chip. Now NVIDIA is asking Apple to show the benchmark results to prove that claim.
NVIDIA has announced it will work with Microsoft to provide its quad core Tegra 3 processor to help run a number of developer-based PCs for Windows 8 ARM testing.
One of the big announcements at NVIDIA's press conference was the reveal of a 7" Tegra 3 powered tablet that will compete with the Kindle Fire.
Asus has announced that it is now shipping out the first units of its Transformer Prime Android-tablet, the first product that uses Nvidia's new quad-core Tegra 3 processor.
Asus has revealed that its Transformer Prime tablet, the first sold with NVIDIA's quad-core Tegra 3 processor inside, will officially go on sale online in the US on December 12.
Lenovo is reportedly working on a 10.1 tablet that will run Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and will have NVIDIA's multi-core Tegra 3 processor running things inside.
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.
Further information has surfaced on the HTC handset revealed yesterday, packing a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU. HTC is clearly taking aim at Samsung's Galaxy Nexus, but will these new specs give it the Edge?
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.
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...