Tag Archives: NVIDIA

Tegra 3 Won’t Feature LTE Support Until Q4

The Tegra 3 was the first quad-core processor to hit the mobile market late last year, but it had one glaring hole: no LTE support. As it turns out, with carriers like AT&T and Verizon (soon Sprint, too) actively running high-speed LTE networks, people want phones with LTE. So in turn carriers put that support in their highest-end handsets. And once again,… Read more

ZTE Era officially unveiled at Mobile World Congress

Here in the United States ZTE isn’t a household name in the smartphone race, but that doesn’t mean that the company isn’t going to try and change that in the 2012 smartphone race. They’re throwing open the doors with the brand new Era, which is filled with all sorts of high-end features, and certainly a good looking device to boot. The Era by ZTE… Read more

NVIDIA announcing quad-core phones at Mobile World Congress, press invite suggests

With ASUS’ Transformer Prime on the market, NVIDIA now has the title for first quad-core tablet. Next on their list would presumably be phones, and it looks like they’re planning to reveal just that at Mobile World Congress later this month. Press invites have just been sent out, claiming that NVIDIA will be bringing another quad-core first. In the picture… Read more

Sony NW-Z1000 passes through the FCC

If you can remember back to earlier this year, and you keep tabs on Sony, then you probably remember the company announcing that they would be reviving their own Walkman brand by adding Android into the mix. While Personal Media Players (PMPs) aren’t necessarily all the rage these days, especially considering our phones can do media playing just fine, there… Read more

Shadowgun used to show off NVIDIA’s Tegra 3

We all know that NVIDIA’s quad-core Tegra 3 processor is a juggernaut of power and everything else we could want, and there’s plenty of us who would love to get our hands on it right now. But, since we can’t do that, we can watch cool videos showing off the way the quad-core processor makes our gaming future all the more bright. What’s better, though, is… Read more

Next Amazon Kindle Fire may pack Nvidia processor

After being a bestseller on Amazon.com, the Kindle Fire turned out to be quite the tablet this holiday season. After all, it does have good specs while hitting that low $200 price point. Rumors are now saying that the next-gen version of the tablet may feature a bigger screen, and we now have something else to add to that pile. An analyst familiar with the… Read more