Nvidia’s Newest Set-Top Box Uses AI to Turn Content 4K

It’s not magic, but when the new Nvidia Shield works, it almost feels like it. The new tube-look revision of Nvidia’s already superb set-top box has taken away a few features, dropped the price, and packed in a new variant of the Tegra X1 chip. This chip is important because it allows the Shield to accomplish the flashiest trick up its sleeve: AI-impowered upscaling content of 720p and above to 4K. Read More >>

Leaks Claims a Nvidia Shield TV Pro and TV Dongle are Both on the Way

Earlier this year we heard rumours that the Nividia Shield would be getting updated, though that update looked so minor it was barely worth having at all. Well it seems as though those rumours were true, because it looks as though something called the Shield TV Pro is on the way. Oh and there's a Shield dongle that sticks into the back of your TV as well. Read More >>

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Nvidia’s Shield TV Has Its Own Black Friday Deal

Lots of us have been waiting for Black Friday before pulling the trigger on the tech products of our dreams. If yours is the Nvidia Shield TV, here's the deal you've been hoping for. Read More >>

Gorgeous Nintendo Games Are Coming to Nvidia Shield, But Only in China

If you live in China and own an Nvidia Shield, you can now play great Wii games like The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess—no need to own a Switch, a 3DS, or even the console that Twilight Princess originally appeared on. All you need to enjoy one of the best games Nintendo has ever made is a game console not actually built by Nintendo. Read More >>

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Forget the Fire TV, NVIDIA’s Knocked 20% off the SHIELD

These days there's lots of talk about streaming devices. Legit stuff like the Apple TV, Chromecast, or Fire TV, along with the cheap Android boxes that a lot of people use to stream stuff illegally. But there's another that people tend to (unfairly) forget about if they're not tech-inclined, and that's NVIDIA's SHIELD. Read More >>

Nvidia’s New Shield TV Supports Google Assistant

Nvidia just showed off its new Shield TV set-top box. The successor to the “world’s most powerful streamer” adds expanded support for 4K HDR, as well as Google Assistant. Read More >>

The Best Ways to Play PC Games in Your Living Room

We’re slap bang in the middle of the 2016 Steam Summer Sale, and if your wallet isn’t hurting from shelling out for all those super-cheap PC gaming deals, your back probably will be for being hunched over your desk playing them. For, while the console has ruled the living room for decades, PC gaming is most often relegated to a spare room, bedroom or study. Read More >>

MWC 2015 and GDC 2015: What Were Your Favourite Announcements?

Well, we've earned our keep this week! The last seven days have been among the busiest in recent memory for the tech industry, with both Mobile World Congress 2015 and the Games Developer Conference taking place on opposite sides of the globe. And we've been there at both, bringing you all the latest news as it happens. Read More >>

Nvidia Shield Console Hands-On: Yep, That’s One Sleek Set-Top Box

The first Nvidia Shield was a gaming handheld. The second was a powerful Android tablet. Now, Nvidia's going full game console. The new Nvidia Shield is a set-top-box running Android TV, but it's more than that. It's a game console powerful enough to play a port of Crysis 3. And at first blush, it feels like a solid piece of kit. Read More >>

Nvidia Just Announced Its Own Android TV Games Console

Remember the Nvidia Shield, the gaming handheld? How about the Nvidia Shield, the Android gaming tablet? Soon you'll be able to replace them both with the Nvidia Shield, the Android TV Console. Read More >>

Nvidia Shield Tablet Could Make Angry Birds Binges a Distant Memory

It's already got a dedicated Android gaming handheld in the form of the Nvidia Shield (pictured above), and it now looks as though Nvidia has put together a tablet for serious gamers too. Read More >>

Will it? Won’t it? Nvidia Sends Out Mixed Messages Over Shield UK Release

The Nvidia Shield has been doing the rounds for a few months in the US, a well-received PC/Android gaming handheld, equipped with a clamshell touchscreen and full-size gamepad controls. Still awaiting a UK release, it seems Nvidia is still uncertain when it comes to getting the handheld into the paws of Blighty's gamers. Read More >>

The Nvidia Shield Still Works After Getting Shot with a Gun

Usual disclaimer about not trying this at home and all that but if you were wondering if you could use the Nvidia Shield as a bulletproof vest and then still play with it later, the answer is yes! Well, as long as it gets shot through the screen. And as long as you're not actually using it as a literal shield. Our friends at RatedRR gave the Shield a good old shellacking and said its the first gadget to still work after getting shot. Not bad. Read More >>

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Why Don’t All Gadget Teardowns End In an Explosion?

We've seen your typical, sterile, tiny-screwdriver-filled teardown of Nvidia's Shield that showed there's actually a lot crammed in there. But Nvidia decided to do a teardown of its own that's just a little...rougher. Read More >>

Will You Buy Nvidia’s Awesome-Looking Shield Portable Android Console?

We've got Ouya for the home, but what about serious gaming on the go? Nvidia wants to beat Sony and Nintendo at their own game with the Android-powered Tegra 4-packing Shield. But will you really buy it for about £240ish, or the price of a Nexus 4? Read More >>