If you buy either the 16GB or 32GB NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet from Amazon, you’ll score a $30 gift card with your purchase. If you choose to go with the 32GB variant, Amazon will even throw in a copy of Half-Life 2, Half-Life 2: Episode One and Portal with your purchase.
It was a very interesting week in the world of Android. OnePlus caused quite a stir when it announced it hired key Paranoid Android developers to help create Oxygen OS. A mystery Nvidia device was teased for next month. The long awaited Xposed framework update for Lollipop finally landed. We heard several credible reports about the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge. Sony introduced its low-cost Xperia E4. Lollipop updates hit more devices. Xiaomi introduced itself to the US and said it would open an accessories store later this year. And we heard rumors about Google’s plans with Android One and a new payment service.
NVIDIA sending out invitations for their press event on March 3rd, claiming to have a device, long in the making, that will change the future of gaming.
Sources suggests that a new Tegra X1 powered Nvidia SHIELD Tablet is coming soon, but it may not arrive by the rumored date of March 17th.
Analysts are expecting an exceptional year for Samsung’s semiconductor business as Qualcomm, Apple, and Nvidia reportedly place orders for 14nm processors.
Nvidia’s newly announced Tegra X1 promises substantial performance and energy efficiency improvements. We take a look at what’s powering Nvidia’s latest mobile SoC.
At CES 2015 Nvidia unveiled a “digital cockpit” system and infotainment experience powered by the new Tegra X1.
At CES 2015 Nvidia unveiled its latest mobile processor, the Tegra X1. The latest processor features an octa-core CPU, backed up by the company’s Maxwell GPU technology.
NVIDIA and Sony have announced that they will be live-streaming their CES 2015 press events directly to their official blogs.
HP is revamping their older Chromebook 14, now available for purchase from their website. The new Chromebook 14 offers a 1080p touchscreen, 4GB of RAM, a NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor along with many other improvements.