Nvidia has today made official the new Shield tablet, an 8-inch device powered by the Tegra K1 processor, targeted primarily at gamers.
The Shield handheld console launched about a year ago, and it looks that Nvidia may release a new Shield device soon – however, the new Shield may be a tablet, not a console, if recent information is accurate.
In this week’s Google Play Weekly we talk about iOS apps on Android, OEM skin apps anywhere, Portal, Half-Life 2, and some Android apps you shouldn’t miss!
In this week’s Google Play Weekly, we talk more about Portal coming to Android, an infuriating game out of Rovio, and more Android apps news you can’t miss!
Valve’s classic PC game Portal is coming to the NVIDIA Shield through the Google Play Store next week, though sadly it won’t work on any other Android devices. Read on for more!
Nvidia’s portable Android gaming device is set to receive a large software update next week, including Android KitKat, new streaming features, and a price cut to $199.
Portal is finally getting a full port to Android, though at least initially it will only be available for the Nvidia Shield and other Tegra-powered devices.
A new app brings the PC game streaming functionality of the Nvidia Shield to Android smartphones and tablet without the $300 price tag. Read on for more!
Thinking about picking up the Nvidia Shield? Starting today and lasting until the end of Cyber Monday, Nvidia is offering up the device for just $250 with a free case and free shipping.
Just a few months after its release, the Shield handheld console from Nvidia is receiving a substantial update that should really expand its gaming appeal.