As Project Shield became a reality, we became enamored. While the handheld stakes it’s place amongst the new crop of Android gaming consoles, there could be a follow-up sooner than you’d think. NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang spoke
NVIDIA has been showing off GameStream at an event today and part of that includes something called Game Console Mode. While we offered a bit of detail on the setup earlier in the day, we now have some video, which should offer a
Mad Catz began showing off the MOJO game console back in June, during E3. The system appears to be arriving as a competitor to the OUYA, however given the processor we cannot help but make the comparison to the NVIDIA SHIELD.
This morning NVIDIA announced some pretty major news that they'll be supplying tons of manufacturers with an entire Android tablet platform. That being their often leaked 7-inch Tegra Tab. Instead though, this will be called the
The Android tablet market is about to get a massive shake up from the folks at NVIDIA. Many of you have probably seen the leaks of the NVIDIA Tegra Tab, and today we're getting all the details. They aren't selling it, instead
We all know NVIDIA's SHIELD game-console that is powered by Android will allow you to enjoy tons of Android games like never before on mobile. Racing Asphalt 8, or shooting and causing explosive mayhem in Grand Theft Auto. Today
Wacom introduced the Cintiq Companion Hybrid during IFA and as such, we made sure to check it out for some hands-on coverage. This tablet is running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean and powered by an NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor. It will work
Back in August some new details and trademark filings revealed that NVIDIA was planning to enter the Android tablet market. With official press images and trademark details revealing a new Tegra 4 quad-core powered "Tegra Tab"
Even though we're already counting down to the days that will usher in a torrent of gadget announcements, there's still some room for last minute leaks and teasers. ASUS is taking that "better late than never" mentality as it
The NVIDIA SHIELD Andoid-powered game console is getting its second software update since launching late last month and reaching store shelves. The 5-inch Tegra 4 rocking gamepad is being updated by NVIDIA to software update 59