NVIDIA just unveiled their Tegra 4 chip, which was in line with expectations, but they surprised everyone with the announcement of a portable gaming system referred to as Project Shield. The mobile device is shaped like a game controller, but it comes with a Tegra 4 chip inside and features a ... Read More »
Today Google announced their new Nexus family and the first details of Android 4.2. One of the most exciting features that had been rumored for the next version of Android was Miracast wireless display, and we have just learned that Google added support in Android 4.2. This new feature allows you ... Read More »
Android devices got one step closer to interoperable wireless display sharing as the Wi-Fi Alliance announced today the launch of the Wi-Fi Certified Miracast certification program. The first consumer products certified since testing opened to vendors include the LG Optimus G and Samsung Galaxy S III, and we expect many more to follow.
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Today NVIDIA announced they will embrace the upcoming Miracast open standard for wireless displays. Over the next few months we should see the Wi-Fi Alliance finalize its certification program and then we should see Miracast support rolling out to various Android devices by the end of the year.
Miracast make use of a Wi-Fi connection to ... Read More »