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Google's Nexus 9 Tablet Is a Huge Win for NVIDIA

Google's Nexus 9 is the first device to feature NVIDIA's 64-bit Tegra K1 chip. Credit: Google. It's official: With the impending launch of Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG Specifically, the Nexus 9 will be the first device to run Android 5.0 Lollipop, ...
 Motley Fool3 days ago Nexus 9 NVIDIA Tegra K1 Beats Nexus 6 Adreno 420, Galaxy Note 4 Mali T-760 In GPU Tests  International Business Times Australia4 days ago Nvidia's Tegra K1 at the Heart of Google's Nexus 9  PC Magazine5 days ago Nvidia's Tegra K1 brings 64-bit computing to Google's Nexus 9 tablet  Austin American Statesman1 week ago

Nvidia hints HTC Nexus 9 with Tegra K1 processor will release soon

Nvidia has unknowingly let it slip that HTC will launch the Nexus 9 by the end of September.   Nvidia had filed a patent lawsuit charging both Samsung and Qualcomm with infringing seven of its GPU patents. A part of the lawsuit reveals that the HTC Nexus ...
 Tech21 month ago Nvidia reveals HTC Nexus 9 coming before September end  Tech21 month ago NVIDIA Thinks The HTC Made Nexus 9 Will Launch Within A Few Weeks  Techtree1 month ago Nvidia reveals HTC Nexus 9 with Tegra K1 processor coming before September end  Tech21 month ago
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Honda Connect a System Based on Android and NVIDIA Tegra Processor To make Driving Easy

Honda has taken the initiative to introduce the Honda connect for drivers who have interest in their smartphones. Honda officially announced Honda Connect, the new infotainment system which will be powered by Android Reuters This move was to ...
 International Business Times Australia2 weeks ago Next year's Hondas will have Tegra and Android inside  Engadget3 weeks ago News: Honda Civic (March of connectivity continues as Honda goes Android.)  Car Enthusiast3 weeks ago

NVIDIA Partners Honda, To Offer In-Vehicle Systems by 2015

NVIDIA Corporation 's ( NVDA ) success with its Tegra processor continues. Presently, Honda vehicles are set to launch a new in-dash Infotainment System driven by NVIDIA's Tegra mobile processor. Honda's latest in-car audio and infotainment systems ...
 Yahoo! Finance2 weeks ago
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NVIDIA Tegra powers 2015 Honda Civic, Civic Tourer and CR-V.s Android Infotainment System

Honda is the 19th global auto manufacturer to use NVIDIA tech for in-vehicle infotainment applications. The Honda cars in question are being showcased at the ongoing 2014 Mondial de lAutomobile ( Paris Auto Show ). Rob Csongor, vice president and ...
 Rush Lane2 weeks ago New infotainment for Civic  Car Enthusiast3 weeks ago
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NVIDIA powers Honda's infotainment systems

Electronics firm Nvidia is expanding the use of its chip technology in automotive applications. The company's Tegra processors are now used to power Honda's infotainment system in the OEM's C-segment Civic and CR-V SUV. Honda's infotainment system ...
 Automotive Engineer Plus1 week ago Nvidia Tegra to Power Honda Infotainment System [Manufacturing Close - Up]  TMC Net1 week ago Honda to use Nvidia Tegra for latest in-car systems  Gadgets Magazine2 weeks ago NVIDIA Powered Vehicles Everywhere at Paris Motor Show  Hard OCP2 weeks ago

Should NVIDIA Corp (NVDA) Stock Be in Your Portfolio Now? - Analyst Blog

Optimism related to NVIDIA shares can be partly attributed to the higher adoption rate of the company's Tegra processors. NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processors are being used by companies like Acer for Chromebook 13 and Hewlett-Packard (HPQ) for Chromebook ...
 Nasdaq2 weeks ago Is NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA) Stock Worth Adding to Your Portfolio?  Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago

Nvidia Shield Tablet 32GB LTE With Tegra K1 SoC Up for Pre-Order

Chipmaker Nvidia has started taking pre-orders for the recently unveiled Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE (32GB) at $399 (approximately Rs. 24,000). The new Nvidia Shield Tablet LTE is now available for pre-order in the US and Europe, while the tablet will ship ...
 NDTV1 month ago Nvidia Shield Tablet Latest Software Update Brings Improved Touch Performance and More  Gigjets2 weeks ago NVIDIA Shield 32GB 4G LTE AT&T gaming tablet now available for $399  ITechPost3 weeks ago Here's Why You Might Be Better Off Buying the NVIDIA Shield Tablet Wi-Fi, Not the LTE Version  Softpedia3 weeks ago

Revisiting the Financials of NVIDIA Corporation's Tegra

Note that NVIDIA's SG&A spending has come in at about $456 million over the last 12 months. Assuming that 25% of that SG&A spending goes toward the Tegra processors, then, at 50% gross margin, breakeven total sales for Tegra would be approximately ...
 Nasdaq1 week ago
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