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NVIDIA working on Android 6.0 update for the Shield Tablet K1

The #ShieldTabletK1 was released by the company a couple of days ago after the original #ShieldTablet had to be recalled. The company has now announced that it will start rolling out the #Android 6.0 #Marshmallow update to both devices sometime before the holiday season, suggesting that it might hit devices sometime before mid December. As

NVIDIA Shield Tablet makes a comeback for $199

The #NVIDIA #ShieldTablet was recently recalled by the company over potential fire issues. The company had already sent out replacement units to customers although the device was not available for new customers. That changes today with the announcement of the Shield Tablet K1, which is essentially the same device, but devoid of any battery related


NVIDIA Shield console getting Android TV 2.1 update

The #NVIDIA #Shield console is now receiving a new update to Android TV 2.1. This comes after the 2.0 update left some bugs within the system, hindering the usage of the customers. This new update fixes the HDMI black levels while improving compatibility as well. Here’s the changelog mentioned by NVIDIA in its entirety: Enjoy great new

NVIDIA sending out Stagefright patch for the Shield Tablet

While most manufacturers have finished sending out the #Stagefright patch for their devices by now, #NVIDIA has just sent out the update to its #ShieldTablet, putting the customers at ease once and for all. The update will block any malicious content from entering your device via MMS. In the wake of these bugs, Google, Samsung


NVIDIA sending out minor updates to the Shield console and Shield Portable

The #Shield #AndroidTV and the #ShieldPortable are now receiving minor bug patching updates from #NVIDIA. The Shield Portable seems to have some more items on the changelog, while the Shield Console changelog simply mentions optimization of the console for new games and apps, so it’s nothing major. Here’s the changelog for the Shield Portable: Updates NVIDIA button


NVIDIA Shield console now available from the Google Store

The #NVIDIA #Shield console has been available for quite some time now, although it was surprisingly missing from the #Google Store. That changes today with the console now up for grabs from Google’s dedicated hardware store in the U.S. , carrying a price tag of $199.99. The device is also said to be available in

Best Android tablets for everywhere gaming – April 2015 edition

They say Android tablets are good for casual, mundane, non-straining tasks and activities like web browsing, e-book reading, unpretentious YouTube watching or music playing. For everything else, buy an iPad. Or go big and bulky, and get a Windows laptop or convertible. Unfortunately, for the most part, they are correct. The blame is split evenly

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NVIDIA’s GRID service will soon have 40 playable titles

Good news awaits customers of NVIDIA’s Shield devices as the company has now announced that the number of available titles on the GRID service has touched 40. Initially, only 20 games were made available for streaming, so it has certainly come a long way. GRID can be downloaded directly from your Shield device through the

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet getting Android 5.0.1 update

NVIDIA was among the first manufacturers to roll out the Android 5.0 update to its premier device, the Shield Tablet. And with Android 5.0.1 being released shortly after, people were left wondering as to whether the new update will ever make its way to the tablet. Wonder no more, as the company has just started

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE now receiving the Android 5.0 update

Just as the WiFi models of the NVIDIA Shield Tablet received the Android 5.0 update last week, the company has now begun the rollout for the LTE model as well. It usually takes longer for cellular variants to receive the update as the company has to account for the network radios and other functionality while developing the