If you're in a war, it helps to have Superman on your side. NVIDIA
Code-named "Kal-El," after the birth name of the fictional superhero, the newest Tegra chip is designed to give makers of Android phones and tablets an edge over Apple's
CEO Jen-Hsun Huang seems confident, betting big on Google's
The implication? NVIDIA sees a huge market for Android devices. Huang, in particular, said he expects Android tabs to get more functional and grab 50% of the overall market by 2015, trade magazine eWEEK reported.
NVIDIA is also planning on supplying Tegra designs to makers of Microsoft's
Gauntlet dropped. Good luck, Mr. Huang. This battle is going to get interesting.
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