Late last year we saw Half-Life 2: Episode One hit as an exclusive for the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet after Half-Life 2 and Portal arrived as exclusives on the SHIELD Portable. Suffice to say that Valve and NVIDIA’s SHIELD line are simpatico, and so it comes as no surprise that today we have Half-Life 2: ... Read More »
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Android TV was a big deal when it was announced at Google I/O 2014, but since then, it hasn’t garnered a lot of attention. But now the first set-top boxes are starting to arrive, and one of the most anticipated has become available. Razer’s Forge TV is an Android TV set-top box that’s ... Read More »
NVIDIA’s Android TV effort, the SHIELD is finally available starting today, NVIDIA made it in under the wire on their May launch projection.
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As initially discovered by Android Police, the Google Store has seen a rare price drop for one of the devices found on its digital ... Read More »
Back in January 2015, Razer released details on their first Android TV-based set-top box, known as the Forge TV. Now, a little more than three months later, the box can be pre-ordered from Amazon with a controller included.
Razer’s Forge TV has the ability to download and install apps from the Google Play Store, ... Read More »
Micromax has launched two new 4K Android-powered TVs in India, both at very competitive prices. The first of the bunch is a 42-inch model with a 3840×2160 ELED display, 60Hz refresh rate, dual-core CPU, dual-core GPU, 2GB RAM, 2.5GB storage plus microSD card slot, Wi-Fi, three USB ports, three HDMI ports, AV input, ... Read More »
Razer, the company known for its gaming devices and accessories, has announced details on the Razer Forge TV, its Android TV console coming in Q1. The Razer Forge TV is a set-top box that allows all of the usual functions of Android TV but has an emphasis on gaming. Not only will ... Read More »
After releasing the Google Now Launcher for phones and tablets into Google Play earlier this year, Google has now unleashed another launcher into its app storefront.
One of the great things about Android is that developers can submit their apps to Google Play and, for the most part, they’ll get published without needing approval from a Google reviewer first. However, things are going to be a bit different with Android TV.
When Google officially unveiled Material Design, their new design aesthetic meant to be used across the board for several different platforms, the look was consistent, familiar even when you switched from Android Auto to Android TV and looked down at your Android Wear-based smartwatch. That’s due to a general restriction on OEM customization ... Read More »