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NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet gets Android Lollipop Nov 18th; GRID cloud gaming open beta begins soon

NVIDIA had some exciting news to announce this morning. For starters, the company has confirmed that they will be shipping Android 5.0 Lollipop to SHIELD Tablets starting November 18th. This was following a promise that the tablet would get the upgrade by the end of November.

NVIDIA readying an Android gaming console of their own?

It’d be naive of us to think NVIDIA isn’t working on a successor to the SHIELD gaming handheld, and rumors are already swirling that NVIDIA is prepping a Tegra K1 gaming tablet. New rumors suggest yet another device could be headed our way.

NIVIDA SHIELD Tablet shows up in Global Certification Forum database

If NVIDIA’s mistaken listing of a “SHIELD Tablet” last month wasn’t enough evidence to suggest they’re working on bringing another powerful gaming device, perhaps today’s certification at the Global Certification Forum will.

NVIDIA says the mainstream tablet and smartphone market is no longer their focus

NVIDIA’s CEO recently sat down for an interview to discuss their future in mobile with Tegra, and what they will be focusing on going forward.

Half-Life 2 and Portal for NVIDIA SHIELD now available for $10 each

NVIDIA told us Portal would be arriving for their SHIELD gaming handheld today. It’s in the Google Play Store for $10, as promised. What they didn’t tell us is that Half-Life 2 would be jumping on for the ride.

NVIDIA SHIELD update brings quick fixes in a massive file size

Quick update for you NVIDIA SHIELD owners out there today. NVIDIA has released update 77, which curiously comes in at a hefty 460MB. We say curiously because the list of changes is quite small

NVIDIA Shield gets Android 4.4.2 KitKat, price drops to $200, Portal exclusive [WOW]

NVIDIA Shield is getting Android 4.4.2 KitKat, a boatload of new software features/enhancements, Portal as an exclusive title, and a price drop to $200. Wow. Much KitKat. So features.

TegraZone update allows you to track all your games, support for Google Play Games and more

Word to the gaming public: NVIDIA has just released a pretty big TegraZone update that concerns even those without Tegra devices. The app is now available for everyone to use regardless of device, meaning you’ll be able to keep track of all your games across all your devices. More details about the changes are right inside.

NVIDIA SHIELD December update brings improved controls, 1080p@60FPS in console mode and more

The NVIDIA Shield is getting yet another huge upgrade that you should want to get your hands on ASAP. The biggest change you’ll find here is the ability to play in Console Mode at a full 1080p and 60 frames per second (whereas the October upgrade first brought 720p at 60FPS). The list of games […]

NVIDIA Shield Black Friday bundle revealed: $50 off and free carrying case (most retailers)

Well, guys. It’s finally¬† time to reveal the details behind NVIDIA Shield’s Black Friday bundle deal. Teased back on Tuesday, the Android gaming handheld will be seeing a discount of $50 off Black Friday weekend, along with additional bonus goodies depending on the retailer. Here’s what you can expect: Nvidia.com: $50-off, free carrying case, and […]

NVIDIA SHIELD OTA brings crowd sourced Gamepad Mapping, Android 4.3, Apps to SD, and more

With the Playstation 4 and Xbox One launching next month, gamers have several exciting options in terms of new hardware. NVIDIA’s making quite the case that SHIELD deserves a spot on your shopping list, bringing a massive OTA update with a load of new and improved features.

NVIDIA CEO: Shield 2 could be released along with the NVIDIA’s ‘Project Logan’ processor

The NVIDIA Shield hasn’t been released for long, but it seems the popular processor manufacturer may be ready to release the next iteration! Will we see it at CES?

Can an NVIDIA SHIELD survive getting shot by a Mossberg 464 hunting rifle? [VIDEO]

Could the NVIDIA SHIELD survive a drop test on both dirt and concrete? Perhaps. But could it ever survive getting shot by a Mossberg 464 hunting rifle? Let’s find out

Watch the NVIDIA SHIELD get blown up in this unique “tear down” [VIDEO]

While we’ve already gotten a look at a traditional teardown of the NVIDIA SHIELD before, there’s nothing quite like the one NVIDIA’s put together for themselves. The chipset vendor took it upon themselves to hire a few guys to blow up their NVIDIA SHIELD gaming handheld.

NVIDIA SHIELD update brings Apps to SD, improved Miracast support and more

NVIDIA has announced the availability of a new OTA update for the SHIELD, the gaming handheld that they hope will take the mobile world by storm in the months to come. This is software update “59,” bringing with it a few enhancements that should make a lot of people happy.