COMPUTEX Taipei 2010 - While the Android OS is making a big splash on smartphones, it's no secret that tablets are where it's at; just ask just about everyone at Computex. The Google OS developers are said to be on top of this, and NVIDIA chief Jen-Sun Huang gave a few tidbits on this exact point in an interview with reporters.
"It's not lost on [Google] that the tablet is going to be very important and that the Android operating system has to evolve, and be enhanced in certain capabilities, in order to be a good tablet operating system," Huang said. "The good news is that we finally have an operating system to unite behind. Android is an operating system that has gained a tremendous amount of momentum all over the world."
NVIDIA's has its own stake in the tablet market taking off with their new Tegra 2 hardware hoping to be released by the fall. While they hope to trade blows with the big boys at Apple, delays keep pushing the platform back.
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