A second-gen Surface RT tablet is in the works, and Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang says his company is working with Microsoft on it—presumably in supplying its ARM-based Tegra microprocessor to power the device.
Hewlett-Packard this week took the wraps off a new 21.5-inch all-in-one desktop at an HP event in Beijing. Instead of running on the Windows operating system though, the HP Slate 21 will come with Android 4.2.2 and will be powered by Nvidia's upcoming Tegra 4 quad-core processor.
Intel is expected to outline plans for a redesign of its Atom microprocessor on May 6, in the first such move since it was introduced in 2008 to power netbooks.
Nvidia has announced a new lineup of GPUs that incorporates improvements designed to maximize performance and reduce power consumption.
The cannibalization of PCs by tablets is not just a figment of your imagination, and can be substantiated by hard figures. Well, at least according to the numbers made public by Nvidia at a conference call with analysts.
Android users can expect to have wireless video and audio streaming on their Tegra 3-powered Android devices soon, according to an announcement by chipmaker Nvidia.
The Nexus 7 tablet is not being sold for a profit, according to Andy Rubin, the man in charge of Android at Google. In a report published on AllThingsD, Rubin noted, "When it gets sold through the Play store, there's no margin... It just basically gets (sold) through."
As rumored earlier this week, Google unveiled its Nexus 7 tablet at its Google I/O conference. The Nexus 7 comes with a 7-inch display with a resolution of 1280 x 800 and runs Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.
Google is preparing to unveil its own 7-inch Nexus tablet at the Google I/O conference this week, according to information found in leaked training materials viewed by Gizmodo Australia.
Would you buy a $199 Android tablet? And more importantly, what would you use it for?