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Nvidia Drive is Tegra X1 powered and aims to help create the driverless cars of the future

Nvidia Drive is Tegra X1 powered and aims to help create the driverless cars of the future

By 5 January 2015

As well as the super-powered Nvidia Tegra X1 mobile chip, Nvidia unveiled its Drive in-car supercomputer during its press conference held on the eve of CES in Las Vegas. The Nvidia Drive concept comes in two forms; Nvidia Drive PX is designed for auto-piloted... >>

Nvidia Tegra X1 chip to make Android phones gaming beasts, even runs Unreal Engine 4 Elemental demo

Nvidia Tegra X1 chip to make Android phones gaming beasts, even runs Unreal Engine 4 Elemental demo

By 5 January 2015

During its press conference on the eve of the Consumer Electronics Show 2015 in Las Vegas, Nvida unveiled a powerhouse of a new mobile chip that not only has twice the processing power of the current Tegra K1, but is comparable in graphical prowess to... >>

Nvidia Grid explained: Forget PlayStation Now, this could change gaming forever

Nvidia Grid explained: Forget PlayStation Now, this could change gaming forever

By 14 November 2014

Nvidia perhaps surprised everyone by producing its game-centric Shield Tablet device which has received critical acclaim across the board - including a coveted Pocket-lint five-stars in our review - but it's second related launch of the year is perhaps... >>

Nvidia Shield Tablet updated on 18 November with Android 5.0 Lollipop, Grid cloud gaming and new games

Nvidia Shield Tablet updated on 18 November with Android 5.0 Lollipop, Grid cloud gaming and new games

By 13 November 2014

Nvidia might have been highly acclaimed for its Shield Tablet, including a five-star review from Pocket-lint, but it's not resting on its laurels. It has revealed additional plans for the device that further enhance its reputation as the Android tablet... >>

Best tablet 2014: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

Best tablet 2014: O2 Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

By 5 November 2014

The tablet world has seen some brilliant additions this year, with Apple launching an even slimmer version of its iPad Air, Google teaming up with HTC to create the Nexus 9 and Tesco taking the world by surprise yet again with the Tesco Hudl sequel.... >>

Nvidia Shield Tablet review: The Android gaming powerhouse
5 out of 5

Nvidia Shield Tablet review: The Android gaming powerhouse

By 4 November 2014

The idea of serious gaming on a tablet device originally went south for us the moment we tried to control a first-person shooter using touchscreen controls. They are too clumsy for reversal of movement or reactionary firing, leading to an okay but not... >>

Hands-on: Gigabyte Brix Gaming packs discrete graphics into palm-sized pocket PC

Hands-on: Gigabyte Brix Gaming packs discrete graphics into palm-sized pocket PC

By 11 September 2014

We last caught sight of the Gigabyte Brix pocket PC at last year's Intel Developer Forum. For 2014 the company has introduced a new, higher-power model named the Gigabyte Brix Gaming. No prizes for guessing what it's designed for. Yep, gaming - glorious... >>

Nvidia lets slip HTC will be behind Nexus 9 tablet, Tegra K1 and Android L expected

Nvidia lets slip HTC will be behind Nexus 9 tablet, Tegra K1 and Android L expected

By 10 September 2014

HTC will be the brand behind the Nexus 9 tablet, as revealed by Nvidia in an document leak from the technology company itself as filed with the US International Trade Commission (a link which has since been pulled from Google). "The HTC Nexus 9, expected... >>

Why is Android's first 64-bit ARM chip with 192-cores so important?

Why is Android's first 64-bit ARM chip with 192-cores so important?

By 12 August 2014

Nvidia has unveiled details on the world's first Android 64-bit ARM processor in its Tegra K1 Denver. This is going to change the way Android mobiles work. Apple already has a 64-bit chip in its iPhone 5S with A7 processor. This should prove helpful when... >>

Nvidia follows up Shield with 8-inch Shield Tablet for gamers, Tegra K1 and 192-core GPU

Nvidia follows up Shield with 8-inch Shield Tablet for gamers, Tegra K1 and 192-core GPU

By 22 July 2014

Nvidia has had one stab at making an Android-based portable games machine, the Shield, but decided not to release it outside of the US or Canada. Instead, its follow-up is a more universal device that also features the best gaming experience possible,... >>


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