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NVIDIA offering great discounts on Shield bundles

As we wait for Black Friday promotions to kick off, NVIDIA has announced its own sales to encourage buyers this Friday. The company is offering the Shield Tablet and last year’s Shield handheld gaming console at a discounted price when coupled with a bunch of accessories. These prices are valid only for a day on the

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet to get Android 5.0 on Nov.18

NVIDIA was expected to be rolling out the Android 5.0 update to the Shield Tablet sometime soon. Today, the manufacturer has revealed that the tablet will start receiving the update on November 18. In addition to bringing a complete user interface overhaul, the update will also bring access to NVIDIA’s Grid game streaming service. Further, the company

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet expected to get Android 5.0 this month

NVIDIA announced the Android 5.0 update for the Shield Tablet last month. And today, the manufacturer has spilled the beans on when exactly the update will start hitting the tablets. According to a new video posted by the company, the tablet will receive the coveted Lollipop update before the end of November. Fortunately it seems like

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NVIDIA announces Android 5.0 update for the Shield Tablet

As Android 5.0 Lollipop was announced yesterday, we’re beginning to see manufacturers coming forward with word on the status of the update for their devices. After Motorola and HTC shared details on the compatibility list, NVIDIA too has joined the list today by announcing the update for the Shield Tablet. The manufacturer hasn’t given away

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 could be banned in the U.S.

It seems like Samsung’s troubles are quantifying by the day. As we all know, NVIDIA has filed a patent infringement suit against Samsung and its Exynos range of chipsets. The lawsuit also covers Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 400, 600, 800, 801 and 805 chipsets which are allegedly violating some GPU related patents held by NVIDIA. As a

NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE

NVIDIA Shield Tablet LTE now available for purchase at $399

NVIDIA’s LTE variant of the Shield Tablet is officially available for purchase starting today. This variant also packs double the storage at 32GB, so you get a whole lot more compared to the standard 16GB WiFi model. The pricing has been set at $399, which is pretty decent for a powerful tablet like this. Customers who

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet with LTE up for pre-order, available Sep. 30

NVIDIA has just launched an LTE capable version of the Shield Tablet with 32GB of storage inside. The tablet is available for pre-order immediately and will be formally available starting Sep. 30. The company has set the pricing at $399 which is just $100 more than the 16GB model. Interestingly, the microSD card slot on the device

HTC Nexus 9 outed by NVIDIA’s legal documents

Chip maker NVIDIA has posted a lengthy legal document on its website regarding the patent infringement suit it has filed against Qualcomm and Samsung. While it appears to be quite a regular piece of document, the mention of the Tegra K1 powered HTC Nexus 9 has grabbed our attention. Considering the hype around the next Nexus tablet,

NVIDIA suing Samsung and Qualcomm over GPU related patents

Known for its Tegra series of chipsets, NVIDIA has filed a patent infringement suit against Qualcomm and Samsung over issues related to the GPU. NVIDIA is including the freshly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge to the list of infringing products. Speaking on the matter, the CEO of NVIDIA Jen-Hsun Huang said – “They’re using


Nexus 9 allegedly confirmed to be packing a Tegra K1 chipset

There has been plenty of talk about the upcoming Nexus 9 tablet from HTC. And some of these reports have mentioned that the tablet will be packing NVIDIA’s top of the line Tegra K1 SoC. And a new benchmark listing coming from CPU-Z has reaffirmed these reports with the tablet shown to be running the said

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NVIDIA Shield Tablet starts shipping to customers today

NVIDIA’s Shield Tablet has begun shipping to customers today after going up for pre order last week. So if you’re one of those customers who pre ordered the device early, the tablet should be on its way. The Shield Tablet is being considered a successor to the Shield handheld console which launched last year, although both

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8 inch NVIDIA Shield Tablet officially announced

NVIDIA has finally announced the much rumored Shield tablet carrying an 8 inch display and a monster GPU. This will finally put an end to the rumors and leaks that we’ve come across over the past couple of months. NVIDIA is also selling a WiFi Direct based wireless controller separately, which costs $59. The tablet

NVIDIA Shield Tablet

Could this be the rumored NVIDIA Shield Tablet?

The NVIDIA Shield Tablet has been mentioned on many occasions, with benchmark listings giving us an idea of its specs sheet as well. However, we never got to see what the tablet would look like. But that changes today, with what is believed to be a press image of the upcoming gaming oriented tablet from NVIDIA. Titles

Report sheds light on possible NVIDIA Shield successor

The NVIDIA Shield 2 is nearing launch as we all know. And a new report from BBC has confirmed today that the device will indeed be featuring the Tegra K1 chipset which was announced earlier this year. The report simply mentions this device as an upcoming gaming console from NVIDIA, but it doesn’t take much effort

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NVIDIA Shield successor spotted at the FCC

The NVIDIA Shield handheld gaming console has been a great success for the company since its launch. Although people are yet to be completely open to the idea of a Android based portable gaming console, NVIDIA has made decent inroads in this segment. And now we’re coming across the successor to this gaming console thanks

NVIDIA No Longer Interested In Smartphone, Tablet Market

The consumer market is constantly evolving that what were once dominant products are now struggling to capture a share of the market. Take for instance the PC, in the late 90’s going to the late 2000’s the market for computers was very large. This is not the case today as it has now been overshadowed