NVIDIA Tegra

NVIDIA TegraZone gains Rochard and Smash Hit

Another pair of games has arrived in the TegraZone today. This latest release includes Rochard and Smash Hit, and of course, along with being found in the TegraZone, both will be available by way of the Play Store. Not to mention, both will be taking advantage of the Tegra 4 processor. Rochard requires a game controller, and Smash Hit is touch-only, which seems to suggest we have something for a variety of device owners.

TegraZone v2.9 update brings support for all Android users

NVIDIA has rolled out the latest update for the TegraZone app. This update is currently available by way of the Play Store, and brings the app up to version 2.9.0. The changelog that accompanies this update has a few key items listed, one of which is wider support. NVIDIA has opened up the TegraZone app so it can now be installed on non-Tegra devices.

NVIDIA Tegra K1 early benchmarks show it topping Intel Haswell

NVIDIA introduced the Tegra K1 last week during CES. While the Tegra K1 is following the Tegra 4, there is more to this than simply calling it a successor. Those looking back to CES will remember the Tegra K1 as the 192-core Super Chip. There was talk of the Tegra K1 being able to best those powering the current generation of top gaming consoles. But more to the point for today, it seems some early benchmarks have been revealed.

NVIDIA Tegra Tab spotted in trademark filing

The NVIDIA SHIELD just recently became available it appears to be a hit. We had a good run with it and liked it and NVIDIA seems to be intent on wooing developers to build on and expand the device. So what's next in NVIDIA's plans to spread its brand further in the mobile world? Why, make its own tablet, of course!
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