Nvidia today finally unveiled their Tegra Note which is a reference device that shows off their Tegra 4 platform. What this does is allow manufacturers to offer the Tegra 4 platform to create 7″ tablets for as little as $200. Basically this means manufacturers can use this tablet as a starting point, enabling them to quickly bring their own branded 7″ tablet to market much more quickly by using this one as the base model.
We’ve been waiting for the multiplayer version of Shadowgun to arrive since we got to play with it back during CES 2012. Now it looks like the game is heading into the final stages of development as the closed beta for Shadowgun: Deadzone is now available. This is a limited closed beta and only devices in the Czech Republic can take part in it.
One game a lot of people have been waiting for, longer than expected after about a week and a half delay, is Phosphor Games’ newest title Horn. Published by Zynga under their Partner Program, Horn is a third-person action adventure game with plenty of eye candy to take in while you kill rather large monsters.
The recently leaked Xperia Tablet that will be coming from Sony has been officially announced during Sony’s press event as IFA 2012 starts up today. The 9.4″ Tegra 3 quad-core tablet was leaked out back in July of this year and looked pretty promising back then. Now we have a full rundown of the specs it will be coming with.
Yesterday Qualcomm came out with a statement to confirm that their new Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chip would be arriving in an upcoming LG Android phone. Now we have LG teasing us with a video regarding this same exact phone as well as giving us a bit more information about the hardware.
Bouncing over to a little hardware news right now, rumors of an LG device that would soon be arriving with a Snapdragon S4 Pro quad-core chip have been confirmed in a statement released by Qualcomm today. The Qualcomm APQ8064 processor will indeed be arriving in an upcoming LG smartphone later this year.
Sony seems to have sprung a bit of a leak today and it appears this leak deals with a new Xperia branded tablet and it looks pretty promising. This new Sony tablet looks like it will be the next gen device for the company over their previous two tablets and will come sporting a Tegra 3 chipset.
PC gamers are cured with the want, and need, to have the latest and greatest hardware to fulfill their gaming needs to have the best performance and graphics. We can start saying the same thing is true for mobile gamers now that we have multi-core devices with HD capable screens, peripherals geared for mobile gaming and so on.
We have been reporting on a new physics-based puzzle game for the past couple of weeks called Puddle THD. Developed by Neko Entertainment, Puddle THD is a pretty interesting type of game where things like the type of surface your water is on and even the temperature of said surface play a role in how well you do in each stage.
The tablet you see here may very well be the highly anticipated Nexus tablet. For a long time now, word has been spreading that Google is planning to release a tablet that bears the Nexus branding. Asus is expected to be the manufacturer, and an announcement will most likely come at Google I/O this week.