NVIDIA Tegra 2

Acer Iconia Tab A100 vs Iconia Tab A500 [Brothers in Arms!]

When you take the time to consider purchasing an Android tablet today, you may well come across a set of Acer devices both called Iconia Tab, each of them then having a more specific name with either A100 or A500. We've got reviews of both of these devices as well as a full spec rundown so that YOU can make the right decision if the decision is indeed staying inside the Acer family for a tablet this Summer/Autumn. Will you go with the big-time 10-inch tablet, or the uniquely sized 7-inch tablet, both of them featuring Android Honeycomb?

Sprinkle Optimized for Tegra Puzzle Game Review [Pre-Release Version]

This is a game that's all about water. This means there's gonna HAVE to be a lot of awesome physics action involved if it's going to hold any salt against or right alongside the utterly sweet Tegra 2 optimized game Riptide GP, a game which we've addressed more than just once. Everyone knows that Riptide has taken water physics to a new level. Sprinkle takes those physics and throws em all around and makes em work even BETTER than before. Not only will you be tossing water around like a pro, there's a PUZZLE GAME in this too.

Pinball HD for Tegra Security Update Released

It's certainly not the biggest update in the world, and if you're not a sticker for security on your pinball games, you'll likely have just a fine time waiting on downloading it until you've got a minute, but it's that time again NOW for those of you wishing to stay up to date on your Pinball HD app for NVIDIA Tegra 2 devices. Android was granted this magnificent application a few months ago, iOS, those lucky ducks, having more than just the one pinball game in their Gameprom collection. Now it's time to update to a new version which will solve a security validation issue experienced by some players across the board.

Motorola Atrix will be Graced with CyanogenMod Soon, Pre-Beta Ready for the Brave

Owners of the Motorola Atrix have been waiting for months now to get a port of CyanogenMod running on their fancy little Tegra 2's, and that day is almost here. A talented team of devs has successfully ported the beloved ROM onto America's first dual-core smartphone, and while it's still not ready for beta even, there is a "pre-beta" build available for the braver among you to flash and test out. The bacon is almost ready, and those of us who snuck a strip early can tell you, its going to be worth the wait.

Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet Review

Today up for review I have the Lenovo IdeaPad K1 Tablet. This is Lenovo's first venture into the Android world and so far they've made a great impression on this Android enthusiast. Great hardware with a few small tweaks to Android 3.1 Honeycomb that doesn't distract from the experience and only enhances it. It's safe to say so far I'm pretty pleased and have been using it all week.

Motorola Photon 4G Review

The Motorola / NVIDIA tag team continues to bust down doors and open up the options for strange new journeys on Android devices - desktop mode, docks galore, and the kickstand that turns your diamond-shaped Photon 4G into the world's most excellent desk clock. We've got the actual handset here, plus the HD dock, plus the car dock, all of them the standard editions you'll be purchasing in the store very soon from Motorola. If there were a predecessor to this device, it's the first dual-core device from Motorola, that being the ATRIX 4G that came out earlier this year with very similar dock accessories and very similar functionality. While it may seem like one's first inclination to compare this device to the ATRIX, we're already on a whole new landscape with more dual-cores on the market than we know what to do with. The ATRIX still sells off the shelf, especially with it's new cheaper price [$99 at AT&T today] and upgrade to Gingerbread - will the Photon add up?

Motorola Droid 3 Review

Welcome to the next step in a legendary set of devices by the name of DROID, that is, the shortened version of Android, aka the greatest bit of marketing a business has ever done with the Google mobile OS. DROID is a Verizon-centric term, licensing it from George Lucas himself - does this DROID 3 live up to the name? You bet it does. It's a dual-core piece of magic with a slide-out keyboard that's second to none, made in the image of past Droids and topping them all with a smooth combination of hardware and software that's not to be missed.
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