Philips have announced that 80 percent of their TVs in 2015 will be powered by Android Lollipop and will be available at a range of price points.
Nvidia has updated its Shield console website, now showing a 500GB option for just $300.
Sony introduced its 2015 lineup of Android TV-powered 4K televisions back at CES 2015, and now the company has finally released pricing and availability information for most of its new television sets.
Announced at CES 2015, the Razer Forge TV is now available for pre-order from Amazon for only $150.
Running Android TV, the Nvidia Shield is an Android console powered by the powerful Tegra X1 processor that Nvidia unveiled at CES earlier this year.
Sling TV launches by invite tomorrow and will have a general launch in the next two weeks.
Google’s Android TV powered Nexus Player, and the matching game controller, will soon go on sale through online retailers and land on store shelves near you.
VLC has released an early preview build of their Android TV app, giving consumers a glimpse of how VLC could fit in your living room.
We go hands-on with Sony’s new 4K 2015 Bravia TVs running Android TV! These televisions are super sharp, thin, and will be available beginning in May of this year.
It is official, Android TV is picking up steam but Google TV is now retired. What should you do with your Google TV device? Read on to find out.