San Francisco has been a-buzz with everything mobile over the last few days. On Monday, NVIDIA held the inaugural Tegra Developer Day and for Tuesday and Wednesday the ever amazing Google IO conference wowed developers at the Moscone Center.
All of us at NVIDIA are extremely happy with the Tegra event and hope that next year we'll see even more developers as word spreads. We had some excellent technical presentations (they'll be available soon on the Developer Zone) and thanks to our partner LG, we were even able to let some lucky developers go home with the latest Tegra superphone, the T-Mobile G2x. In addition to LG, we'd like to thank our software partners Accelereyes, Metaio and Unity for showing the audience how they're using Tegra to push the envelope of mobile game and software development.
A few NVIDIA engineers were lucky enough to stay on in San Francisco and attend Google IO. It's always great to see what Google has been working on and this year they had announcements (and giveaways!) that really raise the bar for mobile and online devices. We were also pleased to see so many of our TegraZone and partner game studios featured in the Android Developer Sandbox. Well done!
Tegra is an amazing chip and it's so great to see its momentum building. To keep up with what's going on, be sure to check the blogs or come and see us at our up-coming shows such as Computex and E3.