According to a post on the official NVIDIA blog, there will be a SHIELD hands-on promo that will run through the entire month of August in New York and SF.
The ZTE Geek U988S, a China Mobile exclusive, will be sold with a few major spec changes over the model it is based on — the ZTE Geek. The first of which is its use of the NVIDIA’s Tegra 4 SoC.
According to industry insiders, Samsung is interested in supplying chips to Amazon, NVIDIA, and Sony, to replace the company’s contract with Apple which is set to expire next year.
Press shots for the ZTE U988S have leaked and unveiled what appears to be the world’s first Tegra-4 powered smartphone. Read on for all the details!
Although NVIDIA has managed to attract some big clients for its new processor, it seems that the high price of the SoC is causing some of its partners to wait for the cheaper Tegra 4i which also has the benefit of the integrated i500 LTE modem.
In this Back to Basics edition, we take a look at processors. Dual-core, Octa-core, SoC. All shall be explained. Read on for the full details.
Tomorrow was supposed to be the day that the Nvidia Shield landed, but no longer. Due to a component issue, Nvidia has made the tough decision to delay the Shield’s launch to July. Read on to learn more!
Nvidia announced that, following feedback from the community, it decided to cut $50 off the price of the Shield portable game console, for a final price of $299. Is that the magic price?
The GPU and mobile SoC maker Nvidia announced that it will make available its GPU and visual computing technologies for licensing by any interested company. The move will allow chipmakers such as Samsung to use Nvidia GPUs in their mobile systems on a chip.
NVIDIA knows they’ve got a big job ahead of them. Project Shield may be awesome, but it requires developers to adopt it. That awesome controller needs dedicated support, and developers need to know just how cool it is before they’ll do the extra work for Project Shield. Hopefully, NVIDIA made an impact at E3.