NVIDIA has shed more light on its new 64-bit Tegra K1 processor.
The 64-bit Tegra K1, as we now know thanks to NVIDIA, is a custom-designed, dual-core “Project Denver” CPU, which is fully ARMv8 architecture compatible. In addition, the 64-bit TK1 is pin compatible with the 32-bit Tegra K1 for “ease of implementation” and faster time to market.
The 64-bit Tegra K1 is the world’s first 64-bit ARM processor for Android and is set to change the way games and apps are developed for Android. NVIDIA also states ““we’re already developing the next version of Android – “L” – on the 64-bit Tegra K1.”
We’ll check in with them as more information becomes available.
In gaming news, EA Sports has announced that it’s releasing Madden Mobile for the iOS and Android on August 26th.
Madden Mobile is a mobile version of EA’s extremely popular Madden football series. The game is described as an all new NFL experience, built specifically for mobile platforms. The game will feature touch analog controls and an action button that’ll allow players to juke, run and spin their way down the field.
Players will be able to build teams that consist of players past and present and can use that team to play in the different game modes. You can play a normal 16-game season, or compete in Live Events for unlockables. EA Sports has also confirmed that there will be multiplayer, so players can throw the virtual pig skin over their wireless network.
The game will launch for both iOS and Android the 26th of this month, however no price point has been announced. Madden Mobile will be released the same day as Madden 2015, which will hit both current and next-gen Sony and Microsoft consoles.
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