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Pure Pool now out exclusively for NVIDIA Tegra K1-powered devices

A new billiards Android game is hardly any reason to get all excited – Android pool apps are typically dime-a-dozen. But Pure Pool, originally released for PC, PS4, and Xbox One, now makes its arrival at the Google Play Store – but unfortunately not just for any Android device. Your device has to have what is arguably the best processor and GPU combo known to man at this point – an NVIDIA Tegra K1 chip.

NVIDIA invites gamers to the future on March 3

We are nearing MWC 2015 so naturally rumors and activities are starting to heat up. To add fodder to the fire, NVIDIA has just sent out an invitation for an event right at the start of the conference. As expected, the teaser is low on detail but high on hype, so it falls to us to speculate a bit on what NVIDIA might have in store next month. But considering this will be a mobile tech event, we can be pretty sure it will revolve around the intersection of mobile devices and gaming.

NVIDIA coming up with a Tegra X1-powered SHIELD Tablet

The news that NVIDIA will be coming up with an upgraded version of its highly successful and acclaimed SHIELD Tablet comes as no surprise, especially as we were treated last week to an unveiling of the octa-core monster that is the Tegra X1 at the CES 2015 in Las Vegas. The new SHIELD Tablet in the works is likely to feature the Tegra X1 as its processor.

NVIDIA Tegra X1 kicks off CES 2015 with 64-bit mobile superchip

Although underestimated and unappreciated, NVIDIA's Tegra K1 wow'ed many because of its gaming and graphics chops. If you're one of those who have drooled over the chip, found particularly inside of NVIDIA's own SHIELD Portable and Tablet gaming devices, then the company's newest chip unveiled here at CES 2015 might pretty much flood your floor. Utilizing the latest Maxwell GPU architecture, the new Tegra X1 boasts of the what's what of mobile chips, including an 8-core setup and a 64-bit architecture that might give Apple's A8X or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 810 a run for their money.

NVIDIA’s SHIELD Hub updated, gets Material Design love

The NVIDIA SHIELD mobile gaming device has been around for over a year now, gaining a cult following as one of the best mobile gaming platforms around. Today, this device is getting a relevant update to the SHIELD Hub app which serves as the game launcher platform for the device – some Material Design aesthetic and the addition of 1080p at 60FPS streaming from the device to your TV. Naturally, this update is also available for the SHIELD tablet.

Valve’s Half-Life 2 Episode One released for the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet

We said it before, NVIDIA’s SHIELD Tablet is set to become one of today’s gaming powerhouses. With NVIDIA continuing in its effort to bring games exclusive to the platform – not just games, but quality ones too – more and more people are getting convinced that the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet is a legit gaming platform. Enter “Half Life 2 Episode One”, the first of three episodes that serve as a sequel to “Half Life 2” which was originally released in 2004.

NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet LTE Lollipop upgrade lands on devices

NVIDIA is giving its SHIELD Tablet users a holiday gift. The promised Android 5.0 update, and all the other goodies that it will bring, is now available for the taking for the LTE models of the device, claimed to be the first LTE tablet in the US to get the update. Simply head to your device's Settings app to get to the System Update option. Don't be surprised if it isn't available yet immediately, as it does take some time for updates to completely roll out to everyone.
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