This year it was easy to look past the dull TV announcements and novelty iPhone taser cases at CES. Because the games business stood front and center, says Matt Martin.
Nvidia is hosting a livestream at CES this weekend, that will focus on its Tegra mobile tech, gaming hardware and more.
Nvidia has appointed Deepu Talla as head of the company’s Tegra division, following the departure of Phil Carmack, who has now taken up position as CEO at an unnamed partner company.
Nvidia’s senior vice president of content and technology Tony Tamasi believes the next wave of mobile devices will be more powerful than current-generation consoles.
Nvidia has won big in the current fiscal year, posting record revenue of $4.28 billion. The company’s Q4 revenue sits at $1.1 billion, and is indicative of an increase across almost entire the board.
Bright Side of News is rumouring that Nintendo is planning on using Nvidia’s Tegra tech to power the next DS – which is apparently due in late 2010. As Engadget points out, “The primary source on this comes from Bright Side of News (which doesn’t have a big track record to judge by), who claims […]