Now not all of you may know this, but the only reason Microsoft went with Nvidia’s Tegra 4 processors for its second generation Surface tablets was because of contractual obligations. When ironing out the details for the Tegra 3 chips in the original Surface RT, both companies, in all probability decided to...

After some of the grandiloquent news bits of the past couple of weeks, here are some exciting rumors and speculation about the future Surface tablets from Microsoft. Previously leaked information has revealed that both the RT and the Pro versions of the slate are to receive updates in the next 12 months — but...

Delays, delays! NVIDIA has just altered its mobile roadmap, with the anticipated Tegra chips getting a little shuffle. Tegra 4i is set to arrive some six months earlier, while Tegra 4 itself slips by a few months. Jen-Hsun Huang, the chief executive officer of NVIDIA was recently noted as saying during a...

The newest focus over at Redmond is the development of tablets sporting a smaller form factor at a more affordable price point. All recent signs point to 7 or 8 inch slates sporting the Microsoft logo. But speaking of points, one thing that will play an important role in how successful these devices are is...

Nvidia has just announced their brand new mobile processor – the Tegra 4. It has 72 GPU cores and 4 A15 CPU cores making it the first quad core A15 chip on the market. From the image below, you can see that Nvidia are boasting that this new chip blows away all competitors – the Nexus 10, iPad 4 etc. They also...