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nabi 2 kids tablet Review

nabi 2 kids tablet Review

What you're about to see is an Android-based NVIDIA Tegra 3-toting custom user interface-having powerhouse of a kids tablet going by the name nabi 2. This device is made specifically for kids and kids only, it being shaped like a blob with rounded edges and indented sides all covered with an in-box rubbery case made for safety as well as unique style - and it's got customized Android software to match. Could this be the smart device your kid has been waiting for all his or her life?

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Max Payne Mobile for Android on Tegra 3 hands-on

Max Payne Mobile for Android on Tegra 3 hands-on

It's time to get a taste of shooter whose legacy sets it up to be an all-or-nothing batch of greatness for the NVIDIA TegraZone collection of games: Max Payne Mobile! This game has just been released tonight with a fabulous collection of graphics, gameplay, and controls that make this a shoot-em-up adventure that every Tegra lover will certainly have to pick up. Will it live up to the legacy as the rest of the Max Payne series has? Let's have a look!

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NVIDIA unveils five new Tegra 3 optimized games at E3

NVIDIA unveils five new Tegra 3 optimized games at E3

This week the gaming world is getting a power jolt as the year's biggest gaming convention plays host to all the biggest names, not least of all NVIDIA with their brand new barrage of game reveals for Tegra 3. The Tegra 3 quad-core processor is out on the market in a variety of devices including the Android tablet ASUS Transformer Prime, the HTC One X, and more, and the development team working with NVIDIA's TegraZone are proud to present five new games made optimized for the SoC at hand!

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Dead Trigger coming to Tegra 3 devices soon

Dead Trigger coming to Tegra 3 devices soon

From the developers who brought you the epic Shadowgun THD first-person shooter somces Dead Trigger, a zombie massacre that's not to be missed. This game will be perfect for those of you prepared in advance with HDMI-toting Tegra 3 tablets and wireless gaming controllers as this game was meant for the big screen as much as it was meant for the tiny one. PC-quality gaming and water effects mixed with lots and lots of blood, coming your way soon!

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SlashGear’s NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Game Pack Giveaway!

SlashGear’s NVIDIA TegraZone Anniversary Game Pack Giveaway!

Over the next three weeks we're working with NVIDIA and ASUS to celebrate the first full year of the NVIDIA TegraZone with no less than three game packs that you can grab for yourself! Inside each of these game packs you'll find an ASUS Transformer Pad TF300, a TF300 keyboard dock, a Logitech game controller, and a Jawbone Jambox Speaker - all of this bringing you a setup that offers up "console quality gaming" on the go! Starting today and running through the 31st of May, you've got one chance to win each week for a total of three game packs right here on SlashGear - Transformer TF300 tablets galore!

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HTC One X Hands-on with Tegra 3 Gaming

HTC One X Hands-on with Tegra 3 Gaming

We've been checking out the HTC One series all week this week, both the HTC One S and the HTC One X, the latter being the one with the NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, showing their finesse in the performance world. We've also had a peek at the HTC One S gaming performance specifically with its dual-core processor from Qualcomm. Now it's time to check out NVIDIA's prowess where they tout it the most: gaming with Tegra-enhanced games.

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Consumer Reports: That new iPad charging problem? Yeah, it’s a non-issue

Consumer Reports: That new iPad charging problem? Yeah, it’s a non-issue

Consumer Reports hasn't just reversed its opinion on the new iPad's heat output, finding the third-gen Apple tablet to best all Android rivals, but has quietly conceded that the recharging issue it initially reported is far less significant than first believed. "Further tests of observations we made that the new iPad was not recharging when playing a demanding, intense video game," Consumer Reports said, "showed that the problem was limited to times when the device was playing a demanding game with the screen fully bright."

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SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: March 24, 2012

SlashGear Weekly Wrap-Up: March 24, 2012

Happy Saturday, everyone. It's that time again where we showcase all the biggest stories of the week. Not everyone has the time to stay up-to-date on the latest tech news every day, so here's a quick look at what made news over the last several days. For starters, T-Mobile had to layoff nearly 2000 employees is causing AT&T to blame the FCC over its failed merger deal. Also, big news in the social world - Social gaming startup OMGPOP was officially acquired by Zynga. Keep reading for more of the major headlines.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 20, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: March 20, 2012

Happy Tuesday, everyone. Are you ready to get a full dose of tech news in just a few short paragraphs? Here we go. For starters, it's been revealed that Apple's new iPad is already account for 5% of all US iPad traffic after just a few days on the market. But in less favorable iPad news, Consumer Reports has found that the new tablet gets as hot as 116 degrees when it's running intensive applications. That's hot. You know what else is hot? The news that HTC and Beats Audio have acquired music service MOG.

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iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Gaming

iPad 3rd Gen Hands-on vs Android: Gaming

The showdown continues: the 2012 Retina Display-bearing iPad faces off against the ASUS Transformer Prime, this time bringing the two gaming-ready giants to the court for their next all-out hardware brawl. What we're doing here is showing how these two prime examples of nicest and newest tablet hardware on the market for each of these two beasts' operating systems, with the iPad running iOS and the Transformer running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich - these tied directly to the power of the units' processors: the A5X from Apple and NVIDIA's Tegra 3 quad-core processor with 4-PLUS-1 technology. Who will be the victor in the gaming space? You'll find that there's no one simple answer to that question rather quickly.

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