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Nvidia announces Tegra Note 7 tablet with 4G/LTE

Nvidia Corp. on Friday announced a new version of Tegra Note 7 media tablet with 4G/LTE wireless connectivity. The device is the first product to integrate the company’s Icera i500 software modem. The addition of fast cellular connectivity added $100 to the price of the gadget. Separately, the company revealed …

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Nvidia has not signed a single Kepler licensing deal so far

In a bid to better monetize its intellectual property and expand its presence in the next generations of computing devices, Nvidia Corp. announced intentions to license its Kepler graphics processing cores as well as some other intellectual property to third-party designers of system-on-chips back in mid-2013. Unfortunately, so far Nvidia …

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Nvidia unleashes Tegra K1 application processors

Nvidia Corp. on Monday introduced two Tegra K1 system-on-chips (code-named Logan) for mobile devices that feature the company’s Kepler graphics architecture as well as 32-bit or 64-bit general-purpose processing engines. As expected, the new chips not only improve graphics performance of mobile gadgets like smartphones and tablets, but also bring …

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Nvidia confirms plan to show new Tegra chip at CES

Nvidia Corp. on Friday confirmed plans to demonstrate its new-generation Tegra application processor for mobile devices at the Consumer Electronics Show 2014 that begins next week. The fifth-generation Tegra system-on-chip (SoC) will bring new levels of performance to high-end mobile devices. The company mostly known for its GeForce graphics cards …

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ARM CEO steps down

Warren East

After nearly two decades as part of one of the world’s most dominant chip firms, ARM’s CEO, Warren East, has announced his retirement, with his replacement, current president Simon Segars, set to take over the CEO position from 1st July. East has done a good job during his tenure too. …

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Why can’t Tegra get mobile sales traction?

Following the launch of the late/fat/hot Fermi, nVidia’s engineers buckled down to business and worked really hard to not only improve the rest of the Fermi range that followed, but also to achieve some extraordinary successes with low power parts into the Tegra family. Having seen the Nexus 7 up …

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