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Nvidia has unveiled the latest member of its Tegra mobile processor lineup. Here’s an in-depth look at the Nvidia Tegra K1 and what it means for mobile devices.

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Although many are still refusing to believe it before they experience it first-hand, cloud gaming is upon us. OnLive, the pioneer of this innovative sector, is the one of the few companies to offer this type of service right now, but as it turns out, there are other companies — some unarguably better positioned in the gaming industry — that were intrigued and inspired by OnLive’s success. In case you’re wondering exactly how intrigued, it suffices to say that in the last quarter of 2011, OnLive claimed to be serving “tens of millions” of users in the US and the…

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Ever since the release of Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I, people have been anticipating when the second episode will be launched. After over a year’s wait, Sega finally has news on the second episode of this successful game. Moreover, the game will no longer be limited to iOS users! A Character’s Rebirth and another One’s Return A teaser for Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II has been recently released to the public, along with its press release. Avid fans of the game who have seen the teaser are speculating around the idea that this second episode centers its story…

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NVIDIA’s new site for Tegra-2-optimized games is now online at TegraZone.Com.  The new site, just as the Tegra Zone app that NVIDIA launched last March, allows users to browse Tegra-optimized games for Tegra-powered devices. TegraZone’s appearance resembles the Tegra Zone app for Android found in Tegra 2 devices, with additional functionality for gamers to interact with each other. According to NVIDIA’s official announcement, the TegraZone site includes community forums where users can interact and discuss their favorite Tegra-optimized games. To celebrate the launch of the new site and also to generate more buzz, NVIDIA is giving away five Acer Iconia…

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Honeycomb tablets continue to be a hot item in everyone’s to-buy lists. The best way to take advantage of the better tech is to install apps optimized for Android 3.0 and above. We’ve covered a bunch of these apps before but we feel that the growing ecosystem of Honeycomb apps needs a second look. Here are a few more apps you can install into your device to realize its full potential. 1. Google Earth (free) Wow your friends (and yourself) with the updated Google Earth app, made especially for Honeycomb. What’s new you ask? Well there’s the 3D view where you can…