While the mobile technology world is obsessing over 64-bit and, more recently, 128-bit mobile processors, the other half of the performance pie might soon be getting a boost as well. That is, if this alliance of Japanese and US companies are successful in pushing for a newer kind of RAM technology called MRAM.
You'll be freaking out with the power you've got in your hands once you set your eyeballs on the games you'll be able to run with your new Motorola XOOM tablet. The same can be said about what magic will unfold before you once you're rolling with the ATRIX 4G. What's inside these bad mothers, these next-age monsters of energy that's obviously best applied to games? NVIDIA Tegra 2 mobile super chips. And what do they power? Completely fabulous in-depth games we never expected to be on telephones. Have a look at our NVIDIA Tegra Optimized Mini Game Guide, then head below to see the app you'll love to peek at in order to access the greatness in your very own little hut of NVIDIA sunshine.
Broadcom makes a bunch of the chips that are found inside the smartphones we know and love. The company has announced a new chip for the inside of Android devices that promises to be cheap and provide advanced graphics. The new 3G baseband processor has an ARM Cortex A9 processor inside and is aimed at mass-market handsets.
Today Samsung announces their new NFC (Near Field Communication) chip with embedded flash memory. This low power design has advanced RF sensitivity and will allow designers a hot choice for NFC phones of the future - NFC devices have the ability to instantly connect peer-to-peer working directly with Bluetooth and/or Wifi for fast, efficient data transmission. This short-range, high frequency wireless tech allows devices connection and transfer to other NFC devices without manual configuration, and might work in the future for bus and subway fares on the quick.
Here’s a rumor that we haven’t heard in awhile. The first time we heard of this device it was supposedly headed to Sprint to join the EVO as another Android based 4G phone. The latest rumors have this pegged to land on Verizon’s network.
The Compal 7 is an Android tablet that features the famed Tegra 2 chips, it was recently handled at the Netbook Summit here in San Francisco. Is it just me or is the wait for these NVIDIA Tegra 2 tablets following in the footsteps of Flash 10 for Android. It seems like we’ve been waiting on these to arrive for a year now. There have been many prototypes demonstrated with this awesome technology ad yet none of them has hit the streets yet.