The Nexus 9 has launched with the first 64-bit Nvidia Tegra K1 processor. We look at how the SoC compares to the high-end Snapdragon 805 and Exynos 5433.
Nvidia has confirmed that the Shield tablet will be making the jump to Android 5.0 Lollipop, though no exact timeframe has been revealed.
Voxel Rush is a 3D racing-style infinite runner that is a decent game already. It’s also hosting the Platform Wars that pits Android vs iOS gamers! Don’t miss it!
Making GPUs is no easy feat. It takes years of work, talent, experience and extensive research. This is why not many make these, but Samsung may join soon.
Those who want a little more from their NVIDIA Shield Tablet can now pre-order the 32 GB, LTE version. It is the same powerful device, only better.
There was a deluge of Apple-related news this week, but that doesn’t mean news has been boring on the Android front! Samsung had a few choice words to say about the larger iPhones, the first Android apps arrived on Chrome OS devices, we heard several interesting rumors about HTC’s upcoming devices, the integration of Hangouts and Google Voice finally began, Nvidia confirmed the Nexus 9, we learned more details about Samsung’s upcoming full-metal phone, and Dell surprised us with a very exciting tablet.
A legal document coming from NVIDIA has confirmed that the HTC Nexus 9 (as they called it) is to be released during the third quarter of 2014.
NVIDIA is taking Samsung and Qualcomm to court over patents relating to GPU technology. They seek to block shipments of Galaxy Note 4 and a number of other prominent Samsung devices.
Just like music, video and file sharing, the future of powerful computing could be based off the cloud. Google, NVIDIA and VMware are making this possible.
We take an in-depth look at one of the best tablet experiences available today. Here’s our NVIDIA Shield Tablet review!