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CES 2011 NVIDIA’s Tegra Coming Out Party

CES 2011 NVIDIA’s Tegra Coming Out Party

There has been a lot of hype and speculation about NVIDIA’s Tegra 2 dual core processor. Many of us in the industry have been waiting to see it in action for some time and at this-years CES our wishes have come true.

Nearly every major press conference I attended included the release of a super phone or tablet running NVIDIA’s dual core ARM processor named Tegra 2. The total count so far is five Tegra 2 devices and the show just started.

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Is Motorola back on top to lead in mobility?

Is Motorola back on top to lead in mobility?

Motorola was on my short list at the 2011 CES. We anticipated tablets, and 4G super phones with their dual core processors and we were not disappointed. All though the show is just starting Motorola has already impressed me with an un-anticipated innovation.

This has been an interesting week for Motorola. It started with the official launch of Motorola Mobility as its own publically traded company. With this new start Motorola emphasized a new beginning and an increased emphasis on innovation. They even created a new tagline to emphasis this called “Life. MPowered."

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Dell Streak 7 Shown Off at T-Mobile Event

Dell Streak 7 Shown Off at T-Mobile Event

After wrapping up their announcement on 4G, Dell came up on stage with T-Mobile and officially showed off the brand new 7-inch Dell tablet, called the Dell Streak 7. The device is already official, thanks to a press release sent out a little before, but the two companies wanted to show off their first 4G device, which will be launching on T-Mobile.

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Motorola Atrix Laptop Dock Unveiled

Motorola Atrix Laptop Dock Unveiled

The Motorola Atrix is proving to be an extremely impressive business device. Bridging the gap between smartphone and desktop, the device not only docks with a monitor, it can additionally dock with Motorola’s new laptop dock, ultimately making it an ultra portable powerful notebook.

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NVIDIA’s “Project Denver” to Build Custom CPU Cores for Personal Computers & Supercomputers

NVIDIA’s “Project Denver” to Build Custom CPU Cores for Personal Computers & Supercomputers

NVIDIA has officially announced their "Project Denver" endeavor, which is designed specifically for building custom CPUs around the ARM architecture. The company plans on expanding on the ARM-based performance, and manufacturing their own CPUs that will go into personal computers, servers, to workstations and supercomputers. It's been known internally as "Project Denver," and now it's public, falling in suit with the other CES 2011 announcements that NVIDIA has made public.

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