Nvidia bought the company in 2011 to provide a baseband processor for the Tegra chip. The company will now buy its modems from third-party suppliers.
Over the past few years, Kishonti has become a leading name in mobile GPU benchmarking. The newly-released GFXBench 3.0 is comprised of nearly all new tests, including battery, render quality, and the first serious OpenGL ES 3.0 performance metric.
Nvidia is claiming the new mobile performance king at CES this year with its new Tegra K1 SoC. Luckily, Lenovo had a working K1-based product on the showroom floor, and we managed to run a few benchmarks. So, does Nvidia’s new Tegra live up to the hype?
Nvidia is partnering with EVGA on the company's second Tegra 4-based device. Its Tegra Note 7 sells for $200, sports unique stylus technology, and ships with a bloatware-free build of Android. Can it set a new standard for affordable seven-inch tablets?
We've been playing with Nvidia's Shield handheld for more than a month, but only recently got access to its killer feature: streaming PC game content. Does Nvidia's foray into the hardware world deserve your $300, or is this expensive toy impractical?
We're still waiting for the first Tegra 4-based device (Nvidia's Shield) to officially launch, but the company is already talking about the Kepler-based GPU in its next-generation Tesla SoC. Is the company planning to license this technology out?
Nvidia just announced that its Shield console will be delayed until July. We've been playing with one though, and wanted to post our first experiences using Shield to pilot Parrot's AR.Drone 2 using the latest build of its AR.Freeflight software.
Nvidia showed its Tegra 4i prototype -- the mid-range SoC for mid-range phones at mid-range pricing.
After fending off barbs from its competition about Tegra 3's power consumption under load, Nvidia wanted to show off the architectural efficiency of Tegra 4. We sat down with the company for a deep-dive on the SoC family's unique GPU implementations.
Our first stop at this year's CES was Nvidia's suite in the Palms, where company representatives showed off pre-production versions of its Shield handheld. Chris Angelini weighs in with some of the specifics, plus his impressions of Nvidia's effort.