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Nvidia Introduces Tegra Note 7 With LTE

Nvidia, a company known more for its PC gaming GPUs than anything else, has had its sight set on the mobile market for some time now. Last year, it launched both the Shield handheld gaming console and the Tegra Note 7 tablet. Now you’ll soon be able to take the latter to places where WiFi is in short supply. Nvidia …

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MadCatz Enters The Console Arena Today With The MOJO

Earlier this year, Ouya tried to muscle its way into the living room with an Android micro-console that was indie friendly and let you play your Android games on the big screen. It wasn’t exactly the revolution that Ouya made it out to be, but that hasn’t stopped others from trying their hand at it. MadCatz, a company more closely …

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Mad Catz’ M.O.J.O. Enters The Micro-Console Market In December

Mad Catz is a name that many old-school gamers will associate with subpar third-party accessories while modern fighting game fans love the company for its high-quality fight sticks. Both probably never thought the company would be getting into the console business though. Mad Catz announced today that it will be officially entering the micro-console market on December 10 with the …

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Check Out Borderlands 2 Running On Nvidia’s Project SHIELD

One of the stranger announcements at CES this year was Nvidia’s Project SHIELD. In essence, it’s a handheld gaming device powered by the company’s new Tegra 4 mobile processor. Nvidia has stated that it will play all the latest and greatest Android titles, but the company has been primarily pushing its secondary function of streaming PC titles to its 5-inch …

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Nvidia’s Tegra 4 Isn’t Finding Support Among Smartphone Manufacturers [Rumor]

The major tech at CES 2013 wasn’t the 4K HD TVs or that awesome water display, but rather mobile processors. Nvidia, Qualcomm and Samsung all announced their respective next generation processors that will be powering smartphones and tablets in the near future. One of the companies, however, may be having some trouble in getting companies to support its latest processor. …

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CES 2013: Relive The Magic Of Nvidia’s Opening Keynote

Nvidia officially kicked off CES by hosting its keynote on Sunday evening. The press conference was at 8 p.m. PST, however, and many people may have been already in bed. If you were too busy sleeping instead of catching up on the latest Nvidia news, the keynote is now available to watch at your leisure. Over the course of an …

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