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[Deal Alert] NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV on sale for $139 via Amazon, but not for long

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018

We've been waiting for this one; Amazon's latest Prime Day deal features the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV for a mere $139. That's $40 off the normal price, making this a real steal if you want a powerful streaming box for your TV.

The SHIELD is the only Android TV box worth owning. It has all the usual streaming features you'd expect, plus it can act as a Plex server, SmartThings hub, and a gaming machine with GeForce Now.

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[Deal Alert] NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV on sale for $139 via Amazon, but not for long was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

NVIDIA announces GeForce NOW upgrade for SHIELD Android TV

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

It was just a few weeks ago when NVIDIA announced it was ending paid subscriptions on GeForce NOW on the SHIELD. NVIDIA didn't talk about what it had planned, but we speculated it would move to a model like the one it was testing for PC. Yep, that's just what it's doing. NVIDIA is preparing to roll out an "upgraded" GeForce Now experience on the SHIELD that lets you play PC games you already own.

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NVIDIA announces GeForce NOW upgrade for SHIELD Android TV was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

NVIDIA announces GeForce NOW upgrade for SHIELD Android TV

Tuesday, July 10th, 2018

It was just a few weeks ago when NVIDIA announced it was ending paid subscriptions on GeForce NOW on the SHIELD. NVIDIA didn't talk about what it had planned, but we speculated it would move to a model like the one it was testing for PC. Yep, that's just what it's doing. NVIDIA is preparing to roll out an "upgraded" GeForce Now experience on the SHIELD that lets you play PC games you already own.

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NVIDIA announces GeForce NOW upgrade for SHIELD Android TV was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

The SHIELD Experience 7.0 (Oreo) is now rolling out to all NVIDIA SHIELD Android TVs

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

NVIDIA began updating the SHIELD Android TV to Oreo a few weeks ago, but that update was quickly halted to address several issues. Now, NVIDIA says the Oreo update is all fixed up and ready to go. The v7.0 update includes a new home screen, more apps, bundled games, and more.

Here's the full changelog for the SHIELD Experience 7.0.

  • A Brand New Home Screen: All your entertainment is now in one place with Android 8.0 Oreo.
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The SHIELD Experience 7.0 (Oreo) is now rolling out to all NVIDIA SHIELD Android TVs was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

NVIDIA halts SHIELD TV’s Oreo update because of “a couple of issues”

Thursday, May 31st, 2018

NVIDIA started rolling out the Android 8.0 Oreo update to its SHIELD TV last week, and with it came the new launcher, the latest security updates, plenty of improvements, but also "a couple of issues." That's why NVIDIA is halting the update until it can fix things and resume the rollout.

The news was announced by a tech support rep on the GeForce forums. Here is his statement:

Hi All

We’ve uncovered a couple issues thanks to feedback from our preview program that we’d like to fix prior to rolling out SHIELD TV Experience Upgrade 7.0 to more users.

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NVIDIA halts SHIELD TV's Oreo update because of "a couple of issues" was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

NVIDIA SHIELD TV Oreo update starts rolling out today

Thursday, May 24th, 2018

Shield TV owners, rejoice! Starting today, Nvidia is pushing out the Oreo OTA update to our favorite Android TV box. Along with the latest version of Android, you'll get a whole host of additional features, including an all new UI. Exciting times, indeed.

Shield Experience Upgrade 7.0 (not to be confused with the Android version, 8.0) overhauls the main screen, bringing your apps, shows, music, and games all front and center.

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NVIDIA SHIELD TV Oreo update starts rolling out today was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

GeForce Now for the NVIDIA SHIELD is now free

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

After years of testing its 'GRID' game streaming technology, Nvidia unveiled GeForce Now in 2015. It allows owners of Nvidia's game consoles to stream various PC games, as long as they had a low-latency connection. To make up for the server costs, GeForce Now has been a paid service - $7.99 a month.

Starting today, GeForce Now is a free service. Nvidia has sent out emails to customers saying, "Over the next few months, we’ll be upgrading your GeForce NOW service. You’ll continue to have access to your favorite membership titles and games you’ve purchased through the GeForce NOW store.

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GeForce Now for the NVIDIA SHIELD is now free was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Tegra X1 processor vulnerability discovered, affects Nvidia Shield, Pixel C, and Nintendo Switch

Tuesday, April 24th, 2018

The Tegra X1 is one of Nvidia's latest mobile processors, powering devices like the Nintendo Switch, Google Pixel C, and Nvidia Shield. It's not uncommon that vulnerabilities are discovered in SoCs, and that has just happened for the Tegra X1. Katherine Temkin and the ReSwitched hacking team have just released details about a security flaw, nicknamed 'Fusée Gelée,' that allows unauthenticated arbitrary code execution on devices using the Tegra chip.

You can read all the details at the source link below, but to summarize, Fusée Gelée takes advantage of a flaw in the Tegra X1's USB recovery mode.

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Tegra X1 processor vulnerability discovered, affects Nvidia Shield, Pixel C, and Nintendo Switch was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Continuously Updated] 2018 April Fools’ Roundup: All the jokes from around the web

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

April Fools' day is almost upon us, but each year at least a few companies are unable to restrain themselves, pushing out their pranks early. Google's various divisions do a decent job each year. Last year's Google Gnome was a pretty good one, and the Maps team's 2014 Pokemon prank was a memorable one. OnePlus even does a good job.

It can be tough keeping track, though, so let us handle the work while you enjoy the jokes.

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[Continuously Updated] 2018 April Fools' Roundup: All the jokes from around the web was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Continuously Updated] 2018 April Fools’ Roundup: All the jokes from around the web

Sunday, April 1st, 2018

April Fools' day is almost upon us, but each year at least a few companies are unable to restrain themselves, pushing out their pranks early. Google's various divisions do a decent job each year. Last year's Google Gnome was a pretty good one, and the Maps team's 2014 Pokemon prank was a memorable one. OnePlus even does a good job.

It can be tough keeping track, though, so let us handle the work while you enjoy the jokes.

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[Continuously Updated] 2018 April Fools' Roundup: All the jokes from around the web was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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