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Nvidia drops first bomb of CES 2013 with new handheld gaming system called Project Shield [Updated]

by: Joe HindyJanuary 7, 2013
CES 2013 has only just begun and there is already some hot news from the Nvidia camp. They've not only announced the Tegra 4, but have also announced Project Shield, an Android powered handheld gaming device capable of streaming Steam games to TV.
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Leak: NVIDIA Tegra 4 to have 72 graphics cores, four ARM Cortex A15 cores?

by: ŠtefanDecember 18, 2012
According to a slide that was leaked on the Chinese forum Chiphell, the Tegra 4 (codenamed "Wayne") will have 72 graphics cores. That sounds like a lot, but that's because NVIDIA's math is done by someone in the marketing department.
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Rumor: Xiaomi MI-3 coming in mid-2013 with quad-core Tegra 4 CPU, LTE and 2.5 GB of RAM

by: AdrianDecember 14, 2012
Do you know the saying “what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas”? Well, after some recent events, if we were to take that and move it to China, we’d definitely say we don’t want what happens there to stay there, but to reach as many people across the world as possible.
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Nvidia Tegra 4 vs Samsung Exynos: Rumor Roundup

by: Ankit BanerjeeApril 9, 2012

When the Nvidia Tegra 3 platform was first announced, with its four (plus one) Cortex-A9 cores, it was unquestionably, the best SoC on the horizon. Since then, we’ve seen competitors such as Qualcomm pushing the limits of dual-core processors, as seen with benchmark comparisons of Tegra 3 vs Snapdragon S4.

But slowly, the once highly-acclaimed Tegra 3 processor begins to lose its luster. Adding to the problems for Nvidia, Samsung will likely use its Exynos quad-core processor (expected to be clocked at 1.8Ghz) paired with 2GB RAM, to power the most awaited Android device of the year, the Samsung Galaxy S3.

So it might already be time for Nvidia to look [...]

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Nvidia Tegra 4 rumored to feature up to 64 GPU cores based on the Kepler architecture

by: Mike AndriciApril 2, 2012

While Nvidia’s Tegra 3 is one of the most popular and desirable smartphone/tablet SoCs currently available (along with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4), it seems like the fourth generation of Tegra, expected to launch at the end of 2012, will sport a number of major improvements. Simply put, if the rumored specs that have recently surfaced turn out to be true, we might see Nvidia dethroning Qualcomm as the top SoC manufacturer.

Starting with the CPU, rumor has it that Nvidia will use the 28nm manufacturing process to deliver a quad-core ARM A15-based CPU inside the Tegra 4. This is definitely not surprising, as Qualcomm already uses the ARM A15 architecture (granted, only dual-core [...]

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