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NVIDIA SHIELD update will bring Kit Kat, improve GameStream

The latest update for the NVIDIA SHIELD has been detailed. This update isn't scheduled to arrive until early April, but it is one that should have SHIELD users looking forward to seeing arrive. NVIDIA has said this update will bring the system to Android 4.4.2. While Kit Kat sounds nice, there is so much more involved here including key updates for Gamepad Mapper, TegraZone, and GameStream.

AT&T and T-Mobile HTC One users getting Kit Kat later this month

HTC had hopes of getting the One updated to Kit Kat within 90 days time. This was referring to the carrier branded models in the US and Canada, but as we learned back towards the end of January -- HTC wasn't going to reach the self-imposed goal. At the time there was talk of a delay of one to two weeks and while the discussion had gone quiet, some updated details have recently been shared.

Samsung talks Android 4.4 Kit Kat for those in the US market

Samsung has confirmed the US rollout of Kit Kat will begin today. Naturally, that does come with a bit of fine print. Details coming from Samsung bring mention of how the updates will begin today, but also how the "availability varies by carrier and product." Furthermore, while the rollout is beginning today, the updates will be continuing "throughout the coming months."

US Cellular Moto X Android 4.4.2 update underway

T-Mobile Moto X users began seeing the Android 4.4.2 update last week, and now it looks like the update is underway with a second carrier. The lucky group are US Cellular users, who will be seeing a similar update. US Cellular users will want to be on the lookout for an update notification, but in the meantime, what follows is what can be expected in terms of the update.

T-Mobile Moto X Android 4.4.2 update fully detailed

More than a handful of user reports have confirmed T-Mobile is in the process of rolling out the Moto X Android 4.4.2 update. Those reports by themselves are enough for users to begin looking for the update notification, but at the same time we also like to see the official nod from the carrier. Or in this case, the official nod from Motorola, who has recently published the full changelog.