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Tegra 4 To Offer Native HDR With No Dual Shot “Stitching”

Though shooting HDR stills is better than having half of your photo over or under exposed, the whole system is inherently flawed. Shooting two photos to later stitch together means there is a lot of room for error or artifacts. If you move the device while shooting or even if a subject in your shot moves, you’ll have a messed up looking photo…. Read more

NVIDIA Continues Teasing Project SHIELD With Riptide GP 2

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=BQtTdMetrm4#! As if we didn’t want NVIDIA Project SHIELD enough, NVIDIA goes ahead and puts up another video of it. This time, there is no shooting, blood, or gore. It’s all about Riptide GP 2, a racing game that trades tarmac for water as you race to the finish line, doing tricks along the way. This… Read more

Tegra 4 Reference Tablet Contains SanDisk iNAND Extreme Memory

Remember those Tegra 4 benchmarks from NVIDIA’s reference tablet? Part of the reason they are so high is because NVIDIA and SanDisk have a partnership, and they used iNAND Extreme memory in the device. One of the biggest issues with devices is a memory bottleneck (very evident with some ASUS devices), causing the device to slow to a crawl when there are… Read more

Tegra 4 Benchmarked, NVIDIA Shows Battery Savings

We recently showed you an HTC One benchmark in Quadrant, and we were blown away. That score was pretty crazy, so much higher than a Galaxy Note II. Now we have the benchmarks of a Tegra 4 reference device, and it gets a massive 16,500 compared to the Snapdragon 600′s 11,800. Though it is a reference device, it’s still incredible impressive. The other… Read more

Dead On Arrival 2 Sneak Peek On NVIDIA Project SHIELD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=URwg_QiAUhw Dead on Arrival was a game that was basically a top down version of Call of Duty’s original Nazi Zombies. It was a fun game, but we haven’t heard anything about it or its successor for a long time. Today, we get a sneak peek at Dead on Arrival 2 from NVIDIA. As always, NVIDIA is working… Read more

HP May Be Working On An Android Tablet, Tegra 4 Inside

Today seems to be a big day for rumors, and the latest one is about HP. This rumor states that HP is going to release an Android tablet. This isn’t surprising, it’s actually fairly expected. HP has said many times that they need to enter the mobile space to be more successful, and Android is the logical choice. webOS is dead, no matter how you look at… Read more

NVIDIA Says Project SHIELD Will Not Be Sold At A Loss

Many consoles turn a profit on their ecosystem, at least at first. A perfect example is the original Xbox: it was sold at a loss, while Microsoft raked in money from games and content. They earned money from published games and everything on Xbox Live, so it ended up a good business strategy for them. But NVIDIA is not a content provider, it’s a… Read more

Dead Trigger 2 Shown Off With Gameplay And Q2 Release Date

Dead Trigger was a pretty big hit, so the natural thing to do is to make a sequel. And what better way to show it off than to partner with NVIDIA to show its high quality glory on a brand new Tegra 4? Seems like the perfect way to get attention. In the demo, the graphics were both stunning and on a very large scale. The best example of this is the big… Read more