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NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV hands-on

NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV hands-on

The living room-based center of the NVIDIA SHIELD family has been revealed this week at GDC 2015, and we've had the opportunity to get up close and personal. This device goes by the name NVIDIA SHIELD - see more about that naming convention in our first detail article if you must - and it's made to sit beside your television. Our first experience with the NVIDIA SHIELD Android TV device was with a developer iteration, but it's set to be essentially the same beast when it's released later this year.

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NVIDIA GRID subscriptions begin in June for all SHIELD devices

NVIDIA GRID subscriptions begin in June for all SHIELD devices

This week it's been revealed that the NVIDIA GRID system will officially be leaving its free-for-all this June. That means users of the NVIDIA SHIELD Portable and the NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet will have to start paying cash to NVIDIA to continue using the streaming gaming system known as NVIDIA GRID. That does NOT mean that anyone will have to start paying for NVIDIA GameStream. That's an entirely different monster. That piece of this equation will remain free for the foreseeable future.

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LiquidVR: AMD’s software push for Virtual Reality

LiquidVR: AMD’s software push for Virtual Reality

This week AMD revealed their developer-aimed virtual reality experience, LiquidVR by AMD. "We are seekers of new experiences," said AMD's CVP of Visual Computing Raja Koduri, "When you see it, when you feel it, you know it's something different." Koduri spoke of his latest experience with Oculus VR - at CES 2015 - and how he felt like the world had changed. Presence is here, and Virtual Reality is no longer a place where we have to worry about getting motion sickness. VR is here - or nearly here.

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Windblocker microphone clip lets you take a call in a hurricane

Windblocker microphone clip lets you take a call in a hurricane

We're seeing some of the hottest technology come out of the Mobile World Congress 2015. Now Windblockers is introducing some old school tech that's perfect for the mobile world. Mobile software developers have been undertaking the task of perfecting noise cancelling software for a while now. It still has a way to go, as anyone who has ever taken a call on a windy day can tell you. Instead of waiting for the perfect in-phone software you can try Windblockers microphone cover for instant noise reduction.

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Yahoo celebrates its 20th year on the Internet

Yahoo celebrates its 20th year on the Internet

Twenty years ago today, Yahoo launched as a simple search engine created by Jerry Yang and David Filo. The landscape of the Internet has changed drastically over the past two decades. Yahoo is still in the game, especially with its recent acquisitions of Aviate, Flurry, and BrightRoll. Yahoo has been investing in adding new companies to its portfolio so it can keep enhancing ..... the way we use the internet today. Yahoo has recently been setting its sights on the mobile market as it hosted its first Yahoo Mobile Developer Conference last month.

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SanDisk debuts new 200GB microSDXC card

SanDisk debuts new 200GB microSDXC card

It's the first day of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, and things are already heating up. The latest mobile device manufacturers are showcasing the hottest technology that they've been dreaming up all year. Today, SanDisk unveiled a new microSD memory card. It remarkably holds 200GB on a microSD card. SanDisk also introduced two other products which alternately focused on endurance and convenience.

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Lenovo Vibe Shot hands-on: a unique camera/phone

Lenovo Vibe Shot hands-on: a unique camera/phone

This week the folks at Lenovo have revealed the Lenovo VIBE Shot, a device that they suggest delivers "the best of both in one device." The best of both of what, you might ask? Why, the best of smartphones and cameras, of course. This device includes a 16-megapixel camera at its back with tricolor flash that adjusts automatically based on ambient light. This device also runs Android 5.0 Lollipop and looks extremely unique, to say the least. On its back, it's horizontal, top to bottom.

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YouTube adds video trimming tool for Android

YouTube adds video trimming tool for Android

When it comes to videos, everything about the sharing process is more difficult than their photo brethren. The troubles with them have gotten easier over the years, but after shooting a video, any edits that the footage needs are a cumbersome process for those without video-editing software -- and the trouble is amplified when the edits need to be made from a mobile device rather than a laptop. There are existing apps, of course, that try to simplify the process, but YouTube wants you to bypass those entirely.

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Huawei Nexus 8 – is this Google’s future?

Huawei Nexus 8 – is this Google’s future?

The next Nexus device is being rumored this week to be taking on a decidedly more Chinese origin than hardware of the past. Suggestions from sources inside China say Huawei may be in a good spot to take on the Google-centric Android line of devices that've been central to the software-makers plan for Android total world domination. This rumor suggests that Huawei could be ready to announce a brand new Nexus phone late in the year 2015. What you're seeing here could be the near future.

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