[Deal] NVIDIA is throwing in a second controller for free with the SHIELD for a limited time

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NVIDIA’s SHIELD set-top box has been out a while now, but it’s still the king of the castle where Android TV is concerned. It’s most recent firmware update saw the SHIELD gain mouse support via the controller’s right stick. Usually, the SHIELD bundle comes with one gaming controller, but for a limited time only, NVIDIA is throwing in a second controller free of charge. Read more

‘Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel’ now available for SHIELD Android TV

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NVIDIA, in partnership with 2K Australia and 2K Games, has released Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel in their line of Borderlands games which includes the original Borderlands and Borderlands 2. Borderlands: TPS is slotted in the timeline between the two previous titles, a position that makes it an interquel according to NVIDIA. Read more

NVIDIA adds SEGA and Warner Bros. to streaming game service

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At the Game Developers Conference today, NVIDIA announced they are adding two top game publishers to their library of streaming game titles for the the NVIDIA SHIELD with GeForce NOW Android TV device. NVIDIA says this will bring the total number of titles available to 100. The latest additions will be coming from SEGA and Warner Bros. who will combine to bring nine new titles to the platform. Read more

NVIDIA SHIELD TV update brings Marshmallow and the new Vulkan graphics API

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If you are an owner of a NVIDIA SHIELD TV, then you are going to be pretty darn happy today. Nvidia is starting to rollout its latest update for the Android TV equipped device which includes the latest version of Android, 6.0 Marshmallow. This update will also make the SHIELD TV the first ever Android consumer platform to include the next-generation Vulkan graphics API to take your gaming experience to the next level.

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NVIDIA starts redistributing Marshmallow update for the SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1

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Earlier this month, NVIDIA started pushing out the Marshmallow update for both the SHIELD Tablet and SHIELD Tablet K1 in Asia, Europe, North America and America, but, annoyingly, just a couple of days into the rollout, it was forced to pull the firmware as many users were reporting Wi-Fi connectivity issues with their devices following a successful installation.

Thankfully, it looks like all the bugs have now been squashed and the build has at last been deemed stable enough for public release as the American manufacturer has today started redistributing the long-awaited Android 6.0.1 upgrade for its two gaming slates in the aforementioned regions.

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NVIDIA pulls Marshmallow update for the SHIELD Tablet due to Wi-Fi issues

 

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Yesterday, we reported that NVIDIA had just started rolling out the long-awaited Marshmallow update to its SHIELD Tablets located in Europe and North America. However, the manufacturer has now pulled the upgrade owing to the presence of a major bug which renders the device somewhat useless by severing all ties to the Internet when using a Wi-Fi connection.

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