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Lenovo IdeaTab A2109 Review

Lenovo is back in the Android tablet market with a slew of new devices, and today we'll be taking a look at their budget offering. Lenovo recently announced their A2109 as an option for those that love the Nexus 7 specs, but want a bigger display. With a 9-inch HD screen, the NVIDIA quad-core Tegra 3 and more can the A2109 compete with Google's own Nexus 7? Find out below in our full review.

HTC One X+ flagship revealed: Hands-on

Six months is a long time as a flagship, and so HTC's top-end device goes in for a fettle and comes out as the HTC One X+, replete with a new processor and bigger battery. Now running NVIDIA's 1.7GHz Tegra 3 AP37 quadcore - for up to a 67-percent performance boost, HTC claims - and packing a 2,100 mAh battery for up to 6hrs more talktime, the One X+ keeps the aesthetic of its predecessor (which will, in fact, stay on sale alongside it as a more affordable option) but dresses it in a matte black finish with red touches and a new Beats Audio logo.

HTC One X+ quad-core 1.6 GHz specs leaked on Twitter

Rumors of an HTC smartphone to succeed the popular One X have been floating around for a few weeks now but today we might have seen our first solid details. An XDA Developer that is usually pretty accurate in his leaks has just confirmed -- and leaked the specs of the upcoming HTC One X+ smartphone and it sounds powerful.

Beach Buggy Blitz released to TegraZone and hands-on review

The folks at Vector Unit have done it again with a racing game that's ready to roll with your NVIDIA Tegra 3 device with advanced graphics and next-level physics galore. You'll be working with water ripples and live rendered shadows, beach blasting smashes and swift kicks to your retinas as you roll through level after level of fabulous fun. You'll be able to play this game on your Nexus 7 tablet, your HTC One X smartphone, or any other device you've got that runs both Android and an NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor under the hood starting immediately if not soon!

NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 to support Miracast wireless HD streaming standard

The folks that brought Wi-Fi to the world, the Wi-Fi Alliance, is preparing the next step of Wireless media consumption with Miracast certification. Allowing Miracast certified devices to wirelessly stream movies, photos, games and more all to your HDTV. It's like mirror mode only wireless. NVIDIA's been hard at work making this not only be an option, but deeply integrated into their quad-core Tegra 3 powered devices.