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NVIDIA’s financial results show Tegra is doing better than everyone expected

by: ŠtefanNovember 9, 2012
Samsung's Galaxy S III and Apple's iPhone 5 have one thing in common: They don't use NVIDIA chips. You'd think that because of that NVIDIA wouldn't be doing so well, but you'd be wrong. The company just posted their fiscal Q3 2012 financial results, and guess what? They earned a record $1.2 billion in revenue.
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Halloween Giveaway: Zombie Driver is out on TegraZone, we give away two Nexus 7

by: Bogdan PetrovanOctober 31, 2012
Halloween Giveaway: to celebrate the launch of Zombie Driver THD, we’ve partnered with Nvidia to give away two Nexus 7 16GB to two our loyal readers.
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Texas Instruments to put less focus on making chips for smartphones and tablets

by: ŠtefanSeptember 26, 2012
Texas Instruments, one of the larger system on chip vendors, has just said that they're going to "shift" their focus away from the wireless market. In case you don't know who TI is, they make chips under the OMAP brand. The Samsung Galaxy Nexus for instance, that uses an OMAP chip, as do Amazon's new Kindle Fire tablets. So why did the company come to this decision? Greg Delagi, Senior Vice President for Embedded Processing at TI said: "We believe that opportunity is less attractive as we go forward."
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As Intel Inside campaign targets mobile world, competitors prepare to fight back

by: Andrew GrushSeptember 24, 2012
When purchasing a smartphone or tablet, how important is the brand of the chip to you? While many Android Authority readers might have a chipmaker brand preference, the truth is that most consumers could care less. The brand of the device more than likely matters more to the average tablet or smartphone owner. Ironically, these same consumers have a remarkably different attitude when it comes to desktop and laptop computers.
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NVIDIA TegraZone gets two new Android games, Bard’s Tale and Fort Courage

by: Joe HindySeptember 21, 2012
NVIDIA's TegraZone has gotten two new game releases. Bard's Tale is an RPG with a grown up attitude while Fort Courage keeps the kids in us occupied for awhile. Both games are available on the Google Play Store as well, but if you have a Tegra 3 device, it's highly recommended to get them from TegraZone.
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Nvidia’s TegraZone app accrues 5 million downloads

by: Bogdan PetrovanSeptember 15, 2012
Nvidia announced on its blog on Friday that its TegraZone app on Google Play has reached the 5 million downloads milestone. This impressive performance makes TegraZone the leading game discovery service on Google Play.
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Apple won’t divorce Samsung anytime soon, and here’s why!

by: Mike AndriciAugust 21, 2012
While it may look like Samsung has more ways of overcoming any possible divorce issue, I’m willing to bet that neither Apple or Samsung will stop playing nice outside the courtroom for at least another year or so.
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Texas Instruments shareholders ask for a pullback from the mobile chip business

by: Bogdan PetrovanAugust 13, 2012
Texas Instruments investors are calling for a radical pullback from the mobile business, one that would entail a restructuring or even a full-on market exit. Some shareholders want TI to focus on its more stable and profitable analog chip business, and leave the cutthroat mobile market to the likes of Qualcomm and Nvidia. Is that the right path for TI?
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Nvidia sees profit growth thanks to Tegra chips

by: LucianAugust 12, 2012
Nvidia saw its profit double in Q2 2012, thanks to the high demand for Tegra 3 chips. The growth in sales for Nvidia's mobile chips are compensating for Nvidia's slow decay into irrelevance in the PC market, as manufacturers are replacing most Nvidia's GPU's in laptops with Intel's integrated graphics chips. However, Nvidia might still be the one to have the one to emerge as winner against Intel with the fast growth of the mobile industry.
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MediaTek to launch affordable quad-core MT6588 smartphone chip by Q1 2013

by: J. Angelo RacomaAugust 6, 2012

System on a chip infrastructures are all the rage with smartphone and tablet platforms. Employing them results in lower power consumption without sacrificing performance. MediaTek, one of the smaller players in the SoC area, is set to launch new quad-core SoC products by the first quarter of 2013.

DigiTimes reports that MediaTek plans to launch the MT6588 chip, which features a quad-core Cortex A7 processor running at 1.5 GHz or 1.7 GHz. The chip will support WCDMA and TD-SCDMA (used by China Mobile) network technologies.

The chip will also feature support for up to 1280×800 pixel displays, 1080p video playback and up to 13 megapixel cameras. The MT6588 [...]

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