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quadcore

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Sony Xperia C

At the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai, China, CNET handles Sony's new China-bound and dual-SIM Xperia C smartphone.

By Jun. 27, 2013

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Qualcomm quad-core tablet arrives -- for deep pockets

You can pick up a Qualcomm quad-core tablet if you're willing to drop $1,300. It's probably a safe bet that only developers will do that.

By Jul. 24, 2012

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 production halted to add quad-core

Samsung has reportedly stopped production of its Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 tablet, but only so that it can shove a quad-core processor inside it.

By Apr. 18, 2012

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Nvidia touts quad-core chip for Android, Windows 8

During company's earnings call, CEO says its upcoming quad-core chip for smartphones, tablets, and laptops will actually be more power efficient than its current dual-core Tegra 2 processor.

By Aug. 11, 2011

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iPad 3 debut once again rumored for March

Whether Apple will release a new iPad next month doesn't seem to be the question as much as what day it will happen. A new rumor has it down to the day.

By Feb. 13, 2012

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Imagining a quad-core Motorola Xoom

A tablet like the Motorola Xoom packing a quad-core processor just got a lot closer to reality with an Nvidia disclosure today at Mobile World Congress.

By Feb. 15, 2011

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Nvidia pushing tablets to quad-core chip this year

Nvidia's Tegra chip is already in tablets from Motorola and Samsung. But the graphics chip supplier is already looking to up the ante to tablets with five times the processing power.

By Feb. 15, 2011

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iPad 3 landing 7 March, could be 4G?

It looks as though the feverishly anticipated iPad 3 will land on 7 March -- but will it be a 4G tablet?

By Feb. 14, 2012

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Quad-core smart phones and tablets coming this year promises Nvidia

Nvidia has unveiled its latest 'super chip', codenamed Project Kal-El. It's a quad-core processor that will be making its way into smart phones and tablets this year.

By Feb. 16, 2011