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NVIDIA may be working on 3D, quad-core Tegra chips

There was a time when ARM-based chips were viewed as the low powered wimps of the computing world. But that’s all changing. ARM-based chips today can be multi-core processors that can handle 1080p HD video playback, a decent bit of number crunching, and low power consumption. And things just keep getting better: a leaked product […]

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LG G-Slate makes a cameo in a Korean music video, 3D camera and all

Well shiver me timbers. Rumors have been floating around for the past week or two that LG’s upcoming G-Slate tablet would have a 3D display (no glasses required) and a 3D camera. I hadn’t really placed much stock in those rumors because, well… they sounded crazy. But it tuns out that a tablet with LG […]

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Glasses-free 3D coming to tablets, portable media players?

Sitting in a movie theater wearing 3D glasses is one thing. Sitting at home in front of the TV is another. And putting them on to stare at a handheld device? Come on. Nobody’s going to do that. That doesn’t mean that 3D isn’t coming to mobile devices though. We already know that Nintendo plans […]

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Quartics QVU video processor brings HD, 3D playback to netbooks

There are a growing number of solutions for improving the graphics performance of low power netbooks. NVIDIA and Broadcom have the two most popular solutions at the moment, with NVIDIA’s ION platform replacing the Intel Atom’s integrated graphics with the NVIDIA GeForce 9400M chipset, and Broadcom’s Crystal HD Accelerator working alongside the integrated graphics to […]