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NVIDIA reports fiscal Q4 2013 financial results

NVIDIA has just released its financial results for fiscal Q4 2013. The reports show that NVIDIA earned about $1.1 billion in Q4, which is $100 million down from Q3. On the plus side, this is a big increase from fiscal Q4 2012 where NVIDIA made $953 million. That's about a 16.1% year-over-year increase. NVIDIA's net income was $174 million in Q4 which is 16.8% down from the $209.1 million they made in Q3. Year-over-year however, they grabbed a 50% increase in profits from fiscal Q4 2012 where they made $116 million.

NVIDIA shows off PC title Need for Speed on Project SHIELD

Just as we expected NVIDIA is back with another quick video this week teasing just how awesome their upcoming Android-powered portable gaming console truly is. In a new series every Monday and Thursday we'll be bringing you the latest ideas and content from NVIDIA. Today they're featuring Need for Speed: Most Wanted. Not the Android version either, the full graphic intensive PC title right on Project SHIELD.

NVIDIA shows off Real Boxing game demo on Project SHIELD

The folks from NVIDIA are getting busy with their Tegra 4 quad-core powered gaming console, simply named Project SHIELD. You should all know plenty about this impressive little gaming system already, so today their just teasing us with a video showing some of the awesome games we can expect to enjoy. Get ready to fight like Mike Tyson (biting ears) in Real Boxing for Android on Project SHIELD.

Tegra 4 powered Chromebook leaks with hints of Android

We've been hearing quite a lot lately about Google's other OS, that being their Chrome OS powering a new wave of ultra-portable laptops. The Chromebook is still in its infancy and the past few days we've seen reports that Google may in fact be working on their very own Chromebook. Now it looks like it could be powered by the new NVIDIA Tegra 4, and even have some Android included.

OUYA starter guide: apps and gear you’ll want on day 1

In case you haven't been following along lately, the OUYA Android-powered game console will be arriving in stores soon. The OUYA console raised more than $8.5 million on Kickstarter and has been extremely popular and in demand from eager gamers. Today we learned that retail stores like Best Buy, Target, and more will have them in stores for $99 starting in June. So come June what will you want and need to be ready to game? Read on to find out.

NVIDIA shows off PC game Borderlands 2 streaming with Project Shield

This evening the folks from NVIDIA have released a video for what will be known as PC Mondays. Each Monday they'll be showing an impressive PC Game or something similar running on their new Project Shield Android-powered gaming device. For the gamers around these parts today they have Borderlands 2, one graphically intensive game looking just beautiful on their Tegra 4 powered gaming device. Check it out below.

BLU unleashes Quattro series with NVIDIA Tegra 3

BLU has some big plans to shake up the smartphone space, today introducing a new line of smartphones that come complete with NVIDIA Tegra 3 processors. The new series is called Quattro, and though it may not sound like anything special, one of the big draws of the line will be that the phones are offered unlocked at a rather inexpensive price. There are three devices in all: the Quattro 4.5, Quattro 4.5 HD, and Quattro 5.7 HD.

NVIDIA white-label tablets and smartphones could increase competition

We often knock the lesser known device makers. These products often have an attractive looking price and on paper they may seem attractive. But that being the case, they are often not nearly as nice as the devices from the larger players. Simply put, the build quality often drops off once you enter the realm of budget priced devices. That being said though, things could soon change a little bit.