NVIDIA TegraZone

Horn bursts forth for Tegra devices and hands-on

Horn bursts forth for Tegra devices and hands-on

NVIDIA has once again tied it up with Phosphor Games to bring a gaming title to Android like no other - Horn, optimized for the Tegra 3 quad-core processor environment. This game takes on fabulous cinematics and next-level battle and places it on the mobile platform on a grand scale. With the four cores of the Tegra 3 you'll be heading off the enemies of the blacksmith's apprentice, leading you ever closer to the final crown.

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Granny Smith brings elderly roller-skating action to TegraZone for Android

Granny Smith brings elderly roller-skating action to TegraZone for Android

If you're a lover of ragdoll physics and tossing grandmothers down flights of stairs, you're going to love the newest title announced for Tegra devices - Granny Smith. This game has been revealed by the same folks who brought you Sprinkle - a game Android Community had a look at several months ago, also on Tegra-toting Android smartphones and tablets. Now it's time for some four - or eight - wheeled action down a few hills and through a few brick walls while we're at it.

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NVIDIA Tegra adopts Miracast wireless standard for HD streaming

NVIDIA Tegra adopts Miracast wireless standard for HD streaming

This week NVIDIA and their Tegra mobile chipset line have joined up with Miracast for their wireless standard for HD movies and photos. This standard will allow users to stream high definition content from their quad-core tablet or phone (with Tegra 3 processors, of course) to their HDTV without the aid of an HDMI cable or a wireless network. Miracast is a standard in wireless high definition content pushing over small distances, essentially, and NVIDIA is ready to bring the Tegra line into the light!

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SlashGear Android App of the Week: Auralux with Tegra-exclusive expansion

SlashGear Android App of the Week: Auralux with Tegra-exclusive expansion

The NVIDIA TegraZone has brought on many next-level shooters, racing games, and graphic-heavy beasts that show the power of Tegra processors plainly - with Auralux, it's not quite so simple to see. What you've got here developed by Wardrum Studios is not a shooting game with rippling puddles of blood, nor is it a water shooting game where you put out realistic looking fires - instead its the most minimalistic vision of what Warcraft addicts fell in love with back in the 1990s with strategy and troop controls, but this time it's in space. And it's fought with bubbles.

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OUYA Kickstarter blasts past $5m mark

OUYA Kickstarter blasts past $5m mark

This week the Kickstarter phenomenon known as OUYA has reached $5 million dollars pledged for their Android-based gaming console with 22 days left to go. This amount of cash for a project such as this is fantastic on its own, but given the group's $950,000 goal at the start of the project, it's become a whole new animal since it started less than a month ago. With more than 5 times their original seed money request, it's time for the developers and engineers behind the project to seriously reconsider their futures in their respective fields - things are looking up!

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OUYA begins talks with NVIDIA and pledges more rewards for investors

OUYA begins talks with NVIDIA and pledges more rewards for investors

This week the Android-based HDTV connected gaming device known as OUYA has blasted past its initial Kickstarter goal straight into the news media's eye for up-and-coming powerhouses in the mobile universe. As such, each time they send out an update as large as what they've just pushed, it's time to pay attention. Today's update includes their first meeting with NVIDIA on how the quad-core Tegra 3 processor plays into this whole fabulous situation.

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Video Games drag us kicking and screaming into the mobile future

Video Games drag us kicking and screaming into the mobile future

Earlier today, Verizon and GameTanium released info on their new game subscription service for mobile devices, this once again proving that the world is still, despite all other greatnesses, unable to reconcile with the high cost of smartphones and tablets. We're in a place right now where it's actually quite normal, at least across the USA, for a person to own a mobile device that has access to the internet. What isn't normal is the idea that a person would own one of these magical tiny computers without a little bit of some video game action embedded within.

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Ouya aims to rekindle consoles with Android Kickstarter

Ouya aims to rekindle consoles with Android Kickstarter

Console startup Ouya has launched its much-anticipated Kickstarter round, promising free-to-play gaming on a minimalistic and open-source Android box hoping to steal players from phones and tablets. Billed as "a new kind of video game console" and targeting $950,000 through the crowdfunding site, Ouya uses Google's Android OS with a custom controller designed, like the main unit itself, by Yves Behar, and has a target price of just $99.

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Dead Trigger THD zombie-killing Android FPS hands-on

Dead Trigger THD zombie-killing Android FPS hands-on

In the following hands-on blood-spewing experience with this next-generation first person shooter from the same folks that brought you Shadowgun, you'll see zombies. You'll see so many zombies that your head will explode. We'll be showing off this game Dead Trigger THD, developed by Madfinger Games in collaboration with NVIDIA for their Tegra 3 quad-core processor, on the newest device to utilize that architecture, the Google Nexus 7 tablet.

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