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Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 vs Shield Tablet (2014): What’s the difference?

Nvidia Shield Tablet K1 vs Shield Tablet (2014): What’s the difference?

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A year on from releasing its first Android tablet geared mainly for gaming, Nvidia has followed up the Shield Tablet with the Shield Tablet K1. The main difference between the two is price, with the newer model almost £100 cheaper. So we pop them head... >>

4K Nvidia Shield Android TV now comes with game controller and remote included

4K Nvidia Shield Android TV now comes with game controller and remote included

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When Nvidia released the Shield TV Android-powered set-top-box in October there was one specific criticism levied at it as an entertainment device. Although it is capable of playing Netflix ultra high definition content and YouTube videos in 4K at 60... >>

Best home entertainment device 2015: EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

Best home entertainment device 2015: EE Pocket-lint Gadget Awards nominees

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The Pocket-lint Gadget Awards will be taking place at the end of November for the 12th year. There are 12 categories spanning smartphones, tablets and laptops to games, connected toys and home entertainment devices, with each nomination being something we... >>

Nvidia Shield Android TV review: 4K and gaming meet in powerhouse box
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Nvidia Shield Android TV review: 4K and gaming meet in powerhouse box

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There has been a lot of talk of late about Amazon adopting 4K video streaming for its new Fire TV box, something Apple hasn't adopted in Apple TV. But Nvidia can sit pointing and laughing in a corner as its Shield Android TV is the most capable streaming... >>

Nvidia Shield Android TV UK release date revealed: 4K60 streaming, GeForce Now gaming

Nvidia Shield Android TV UK release date revealed: 4K60 streaming, GeForce Now gaming

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Nvidia is finally ready to release its highly capable Android TV set-top-box in the UK and Europe, with the Shield TV being available from tomorrow, 1 October. And not only is it a powerhouse microconsole that offers cloud gaming, PC game streaming and... >>

Latest Nvidia GeForce Experience adds remote game sharing and you can get it right now

Latest Nvidia GeForce Experience adds remote game sharing and you can get it right now

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A beta version of Nvidia's GeForce Experience is now available to download for PC owners with Nvidia graphics cards which adds the ability to share games with friends over the internet, and all they need is a Chrome browser. The only things the recipient... >>

Nvidia recalls Shield Tablets due to overheating batteries, is your device at risk?

Nvidia recalls Shield Tablets due to overheating batteries, is your device at risk?

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Nvidia has put out a global recall on Nvidia Shield Tablets sold between July 2014 and July 2015. The batteries in some of the tablets could overheat and present a fire risk so Nvidia has pledged to replace any that could be affected. Not all tablets... >>

Best tablets 2015: The best tablets available to buy today

Best tablets 2015: The best tablets available to buy today

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So you're looking for a new tablet? If you're looking for the best tablet of 2015, then you've come to the right place. We will guide you through the hottest 7-inch and larger slabs available today, in order to help you reach a decision on which tablet... >>

Driverless cars and the future of in-car tech: Nvidia explains what to expect and when

Driverless cars and the future of in-car tech: Nvidia explains what to expect and when

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In tech right now the hot topic is cars, specifically driverless ones. Google is at it. Audi is at it. Tesla too. Behind the scenes there's a lot of work going on to progress the industry. We spoke to Danny Shapiro, Nvidia senior director of automotive,... >>

Driverless cars will 'model how the human brain works', share learning via the cloud

Driverless cars will 'model how the human brain works', share learning via the cloud

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We know what you're thinking, it's all getting a bit too close to a Skynet reality, just like in Terminator. Driverless cars that learn, all on their own? That is the future according to Danny Shapiro, Nvidia's director of automotive, who we spoke to... >>