Announced at this year’s GDC in San Francisco, SEGA and Warner Bros. are bringing game titles to GeForce NOW, NVIDIA’s Netflix-like game streaming service. As for which titles, fans of the Sonic franchise should be happy, as four titles from the Hedgehog lineup will be available for streaming. Also available from SEGA will be Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine and Alpha Protocol. (more…)
As teased during CES in January, NVIDIA is rolling out Marshmallow to owners of the SHIELD Android TV starting today. Inside, Marshmallow includes the ability to turn an SD card into encrypted internal storage for additional apps and games on the set-top box, as well as enhanced Home screen customization options. (more…)
Upgrade 4.0 for the SHIELD Tablet from NVIDIA is rolling out to owners, bringing Android 6.0 Marshmallow with it. In late December, Marshmallow was made available for the SHIELD Tablet K1, and for whatever reason, NVIDIA had to hold off on making the update available for the SHIELD Tablet. In terms of the features made available through Upgrade 4.0, it is a very important update, as it contains Adoptable Storage, UI upgrades, and power consumption improvements. (more…)
A very large update is set to soon hit the SHIELD Android TV from NVIDIA, Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Thanks to this update, users will benefit from Adoptable Storage. This feature allows SD cards, USB drives, and external hard drives to be read as internal memory on SHIELD, which makes for accessing applications and games from expandable storage much more simple. (more…)
With apps and games out of the way, you may be curious what our favorite Android devices of the year are? No? That’s rude and we are going to tell you anyway because 2015 is coming to a close in a matter of hours it seems and we like to look back and reflect on these types of things.
The phone of the year battle probably won’t shock you, since we recently released a list of the Android phones you should consider buying. The tablet, though, that may surprise you a bit once you jump below. We also tackled our wearable of choice for 2015, should you be in the market for some wrist candy.
Now are you ready to see what our favorite Android devices of 2015 are? Well, here you go. (more…)
Assuming you have any holiday cash to burn through after the long weekend and you are interested in the best Android TV box, take a look at the deal that Gamestop is hosting for the NVIDIA SHIELD TV. For $175, you get an NVIDIA SHIELD TV box, SHIELD Controller (gamepad), and a free SHIELD Remote, which typically retails for around $50 on its own. This bundle normally sells for $199, though, so you are getting a $25 discount at that $175 price. Oh, Gamestop is also tossing in a free game called Battle of Sol, which would cost you $10 on its own.
Not a bad deal for those looking to get into an Android TV box.
If you are looking for additional games to keep you busy over the holiday week and weekend, NVIDIA has announced the 12 of SHIELDsmas. During this time, owners of the SHIELD Android TV, or any other SHIELD-powered device will find a ton of discounted games through SHIELD Hub and GeForce Now. If you don’t have a Tegra-powered device, don’t worry, all of the games listed for the Google Play portion of this promo will be discounted for you, too. The deals are set to begin tomorrow, Christmas eve, and run until January 4. (more…)