At tonight’s opening CES keynote, NVIDIA was the first to announce that Google Assistant would be coming soon to Android TV. Now, Google has followed up that announcement with a blog post of its own that features more details, like the fact that Assistant will come to other platforms, including Android Wear and car infotainment systems. (more…)
During this evening’s CES opening keynote, NVIDIA tossed out a handful of major announcements surrounding Android TV, Google Assistant, and their SHIELD platform. Not only did NVIDIA tell us about their high-powered and feature-packed new SHIELD TV unit, they also introduced the NVIDIA Spot, a Google Assistant extender that brings you voice control over your home from room to room.
If that doesn’t make much sense, let me try to explain. (more…)
During NVIDIA’s CES keynote event, the company announced an upgraded SHIELD Android TV console. Offering access to 4K HDR content from both Amazon and Netflix, as well as Google Assistant (a first for Android TV), the new SHIELD Android TV console also comes with an upgraded SHIELD Controller, the same that was detailed in a leak from early December. (more…)
NVIDIA kicked off a massive (seriously, the list is ridiculous) sale this morning for SHIELD-compatible game titles on Google Play. Inside, mobile gamers can grab the different Zen Studios “Pinball” titles for $1 a pop, GoNNER for $6.49 (special launch price), Gunslugs for $1, and a whole lot more. (more…)
SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1 owners are being met with a software update this morning from NVIDIA, one that brings conformity with Vulkan 188.8.131.52, as well as a few security updates. To make sure you are running the latest build possible, the update for the SHIELD Tablet is labeled as Upgrade 4.4, while the Tablet K1 update is labeled as Upgrade 1.5. (more…)