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    CES 2014 is just around the bend. Anton D. Nagy, Michael Fisher and yours truly will be in attendance, and coverage will begin shortly after we land in Las Vegas Sunday afternoon. This particular show has been growing in size and attendance almost every year since its induction in 1967. But for us mobile guys, the show has become far more sparse with juicy details and big product announcements. It's far too easy for a major device to get lost in the mass of new announcements at a show like CES. As such, companies like Motorola, HTC, Samsung, and have taken to one-off events to announce ...

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    2013's been a year of upsets for some major industry players. BlackBerry failed to see its latest platform take off, and now it looks like the company is going to be sold. HTC didn't get quite the boost from the One it was hoping for, and may be facing quarterly losses. And while this Nokia business might be good for Microsoft and Windows Phone in general, it hardly speaks to Nokia's success. When we're talking about companies that have seriously seen their standings tank over the course of they year, I think we absolutely have to include NVIDIA. Back in January, NVIDIA got the year ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google Play Music All Access, which is now available in 9 more countries in Europe. We later talk about MixBit, which is the new invention behind the founders of YouTube. NVIDIA tablets are next as 2014 teases some Tegra 5 processors and tablets from the company running them. We later talk about the Sony Honami that's slated for IFA, and which is apparently going to be named the Sony Xperia i1. We end today talking about the possible retail price of Google Glass. All this and more after the break. Stories: - Google Play Music All Access goes ...

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    With the gaming-focused Shield, NVIDIA has demonstrated that it's not content to just build the SoCs that go into mobile devices, and is fully capable of putting out some complete hardware of its own. What's next for the company, though? Another gaming device? A full-on smartphone? Some rumors suggest that NVIDIA might be looking to enter the tablet market, and could have one or two such models ready to go in 2014. There's already some evidence in benchmark results pointing to the existence of a lower-end NVIDIA tablet running a Tegra 4 and having a 7-inch 1280 x 800 display. This one ...

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    We just heard about Samsung's plans to refresh its still-new Exynos 5 Octa chip, but it's far from the only company looking to the future of its SoCs. So far this year, NVIDIA's been struggling to attract interest in the Tegra 4. Even if that chip fails to repeat the success of the Tegra 3, NVIDIA still has a few cards up its sleeve, and just showed off one of its upcoming advancements, the new mobile Kepler GPU used by the company's Logan project. Kepler is the architecture NVIDIA uses for its latest PC video cards, so the same sorts of capabilities are present here, just in a less ...

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