07/15/2011, A new rumor has sprung up and this one is about Apple and their A6 chip. It seems that the rumors are indicating that Apple is currently experimenting with plans to make their A6 chip through TSMC. While Apple has traditionally gone to Samsung for the manufacturing of their chips, the recent legal battles may force Apple to start reducing their dependence on the Korean company.
06/23/2011, According to the latest rumors by Taiwanese industry insiders – DigiTimes, ASUS has got another ARM-powered laptop up its sleeves. This time, it’s a larger 13″ device that is said to be priced even more competitively than the Eee Pad Transformer. The laptop is said to be packin an NVIDIA processor – hinted to be the quad-core ARM SoC that is due for later this year, Kal-El. The laptop is […]
05/25/2011, If there ever was a reason to own an NVIDIA Tegra 3 device, this game would probably be it. Madfinger Games, the creators of Samurai II: Vengeance (a Tegra 2-only game for Android), announced the beginning of a new game called SHADOWGUN. Designed to run on next generation mobile hardware like the upcoming Tegra 3/Project Kal-El SoC from NVIDIA, it is touted to provide jaw dropping graphics with superb performance. […]
05/16/2011, We reported last week that Amazon has been rumored to be launching not one, but a family of Android tablets later this year. While details were scarce back then and still scarce today, some new rumors have surfaced concerning two of the Android tablets. Apparently the entry-level tablet will be codenamed “Coyote” while the higher-end tablet codenamed “Hollywood”. Now, the Coyote will be packing an NVIDIA Tegra 2 SoC – […]
05/15/2011, According to NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang, it can be quite safe to assume that concerns and issues surrounding the initial batch of Android-powered tablets “have been largely addressed”, so that would mean nothing but good news for the next generation of Android 3.1 Honeycomb-powered devices as vast improvements can be expected. Here’s an excerpt of Huang’s insight :- A new wave of tablets are now ramping up and are even […]
05/04/2011, While we’ve only started to see the myriad of Tegra 2 Android tablets this year, we know that NVIDIA are already hard at work on their next generation System on a Chip (SoC) – the Tegra 3. And despite the Tegra 3 not available on the market yet, some rumors have surfaced suggesting that ASUS are already putting those chips to use.
04/25/2011, The fact that Motorola is working on a device powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 3 chip (aka Kal-El) would not surprise me for a second. After all, the Tegra-2 powered Atrix (check our Atrix Review) is one of the most powerful Android device on the market, so a sequel of some sort is a given – especially because Motorola can leverage some of the code written earlier. The question is: […]
02/15/2011, KAL-EL: If you thought that Tegra 2 was fast, think again. We've got a bit more details about NVIDIA's Project KAL-EL, also referred to as Tegra 3 before
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
12/01/2010, If you’re still dreaming of owning a Tegra 2 device, your dreams might be a little out of date. In a whitepaper about mobile multi-core processors, NVIDIA has confirmed that Tegra 3 is already nearly finished and Tegra 4 is already being developed. NVIDIA’s CEO mentioned that there will be a new Tegra every year, not to mention that dual-core processors will be the standard in 2011, with quad-core chips […]