Google I/O has been full of goodies today, rolling out all sorts of news and devices (check out our tag portal for all the details). NVIDIA has been a pervasive presence at the show, though you mightn't noticed. The company's Tegra K1 lies at the center of many of Google's recent efforts.
Says NVIDIA, there's wasn't very far you could go at Google's conference "without bumping into" its Tegra K1. Android L, for example, was showcased on a K1 reference device and the Project Tango tablet has the Tegra K1 at its heart (as does Android TV devkit).
According to the company, it is already underway with developing Android L for Tegra K1 64-bit version processors. Related to this, Epic Games showed off the new Android Extension Pack and Android L with an Unreal Engine 4 demo (featured below) powered by NVIDIA's Tegra K1.
NVIDIA has laid out all the details on its blog, touting its Tegra K1 (and the 64-bit version in particular). For other recent NVIDIA news, hit up our tag portal and check out the timeline below.
SOURCE: NVIDIA Blog