01/31/2011, LG Optimus 2X Review - This in-depth review of the Optimus 2X (LG-P990) covers virtually most practical aspects of this dual-core smartphone
01/28/2011, Tegra 2 Benchmark - this page contains several Android benchmarks that compare the Tegra 2 powered LG Optimus 2X to other known Android phones.
01/26/2011, CompuLab, an Israel-based manufacturer that specializes in small computers have announced that they will be releasing another super small PC in the near future. Called the Trim Slice, this tiny PC really is something. Its dimensions are only 130 x 95 x 15 mm, which means that you’ll be able to carry it around in your pocket if you wanted. Of course you won’t have the mouse, keyboard and monitor […]
01/25/2011, GeForce 560 Ti Review - this review of the GeForce 560 Ti will go over performance, target audience and provides a simple bottom-line.
01/24/2011, Tegra 3 specs: this leaked slide is almost as good as an official announcement. Tegra 2 will indeed have 4-cores and a graphics processor that will be 3X faster
01/23/2011, Tegra 2 3D - a powerpoint slide from NVIDIA containing information about the Tegra 2 3D edition has been leaked. Here's what Tegra 2 3D is about
01/21/2011, There are a few dates that matter in the life of a company: when it was created, when it got its first customer, when it hit a Billion (ok, 1M is nice too) dollars in revenues and… when it passed a Billion products shipped. NVIDIA has announced that the company has shipped more than one Billion graphics processors (GPUs) to date (it’s not clear if chipsets with integrated graphics are […]
01/10/2011, At the close of the stock market, NVIDIA has announced that Intel has agreed to a $1.5B settlement for a dispute concerning the use of NVIDIA’s graphics technology (patents) in Intel’s products (read previous stories). NVIDIA will provide more details at 2pm today, but the $1.5B agreement will be spread in five annual payments. Intel can continue to use NVIDIA’s intellectual property, but the agreement excludes “Intel’s proprietary processors, flash […]
01/05/2011, [CES 2011] NVIDIA has made its GeForce 500M Series official, and partners/customers are already announcing laptops using the new graphics processors (GPUs). At the moment, the new 500M Series will cater to entry-level and mid-range laptops ($599 to $999) and focuses on performance/Watt. NVIDIA’s main message to their mainstream customers is that everyone needs a GPU, because now even web browsers can benefit from a graphics hardware acceleration. The company […]
01/05/2011, [CES 2011] It’s been exactly one year since NVIDIA announced and showed Tegra 2 to the world, and NVIDIA did not win a whole lot of contract (“design-wins”) with handset and tablet makers – until recently. If you follow this site regularly, you have probably noticed that Tegra 2 devices have been a common occurrence in the past couple of months, and you can expect this to continue going forward. […]
01/04/2011, Both BMW and Tesla have announced that they will be using NVIDIA graphics processors (GPUs) to power the infotainment in upcoming cars. BMW will use NVIDIA GPUs in the following models: 7-Series, 5-Series, 3-Series, Mini Cooper line and X-Series. While BMW seem to have chosen a “PC” graphics processor (to drive a 1280×1024 display), Tesla has selected Tegra (NVIDIA’s mobile processor) to drive the Tesla Model S entertainment system. It […]
12/27/2010, NVIDIA’s Tegra chipset seems to be in the news a lot recently but we don’t see enough tablets powered by it to make us happy. Onkyo Japan has now introduced the TA117 tablet that is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra 250 chipset, giving you plenty of power under the hood. The tablet is currently only offered in Japan, but thanks to the wonders of the Internet, we’re fairly sure you […]
12/15/2010, LG has just announced the launch of the LG Optimus 2X, a Tegra-powered cousin of the LG Star. The phone features 8GB of storage, a 4-inch WVGA display and a 1500mAh battery. Because it is powered by NVIDIA’s 1GHz Tegra processor, it can decode 1080p movies without a sweat (NVIDIA has demonstrated that many times). It can also display that content on the internal display and to an HDTV via […]
12/14/2010, Word on the street has it that the second iteration of the Samsung Galaxy Tab will be powered by NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 chipset, at least according to semiconductor analyst Ambrish Srivastava who is attached to BMO Capital Markets. Guess NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 will feature in many other devices from next year onwards, with Samsung’s Galaxy Tab sequel being one of said devices. This might come across as rather surprising since […]