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Nabi Big Tab HD Review: the world’s biggest Android tablet

Nabi Big Tab HD Review: the world’s biggest Android tablet

Supposing you’ve seen our previous massive tablet reviews, you know SlashGear isn’t about to dismiss a device just because it seems absurd from the outset. Take a look at our Lenovo IdeaCentre Horizon 27 Table PC Review, for example - it runs Windows, so Nabi keeps the crown in Android. Here in 2014 we’re seeing not just one, but two massive tablets from the folks at Fuhu, two tablets with the same title: Nabi Big Tab HD.

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Z: Steel Soldiers Review: the long-lost cousin of Warcraft

Z: Steel Soldiers Review: the long-lost cousin of Warcraft

Welcome to the rebirth of the semi-modern age of castle defense. This game was originally born in the year 2001, and here in 2014, it’s been reborn anew, baptized into the mobile universe by NVIDIA’s TegraZone team for the Tegra processors inside NVIDIA SHIELD and SHIELD Tablet.

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NVIDIA SHIELD update brings Wireless Controller compatibility

NVIDIA SHIELD update brings Wireless Controller compatibility

Those of you owning an original NVIDIA SHIELD (portable) and waiting on the NVIDIA SHIELD Wireless Controller can stay your excitement. Today is the day the updates come. The updates that allow your NVIDIA SHIELD the ability to work with the Wireless Controller just the same as an NVIDIA SHIELD Tablet.

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Roambotics Jr. unicycle robot wants to play security guard

Roambotics Jr. unicycle robot wants to play security guard

A self-balancing unicycle robot could be your next home or office security guard, if startup Roambotics has its way, trundling from room to room and wirelessly pinging out alerts to users' smartphones and tablets. Dubbed Jr., the wheel-shaped robot carries four cameras for near-360 degree video and still images, as well as microphones, WiFi, Bluetooth, and optional cellular connectivity.

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HP SlateBook 14-inch NVIDIA-packed Android notebook official

HP SlateBook 14-inch NVIDIA-packed Android notebook official

If you’re all about running an NVIDIA Tegra 4 quad-core processor with Android and you really, really need a keyboard attached to your display, HP has a solution for you. As a next-level version of the HP SlateBook they released last year, the HP SlateBook returns in black and yellow with a 14-inch display instead.

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Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2014: Buy Mom a tablet

Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2014: Buy Mom a tablet

This week we've got a Mother's Day guide with a selection of tablets your dear Mama would love to receive. It’s not an easy thing, buying technology for a parent - or even a wife - but today we’ve got a list that can’t be easily misinterpreted.

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Half-Life 2 Android release: NVIDIA SHIELD on tap

Half-Life 2 Android release: NVIDIA SHIELD on tap

Today NVIDIA has sent us a crowbar. This crowbar is green, and it has the text "What would Gordon do?" It has the Half-Life 2 logo on one side, and the NVIDIA SHIELD logo on the other - this means that Half-Life 2 is coming to NVIDIA SHIELD soon. We must assume that this has been in the works for some time - and that Valve’s Source Engine is working with ports of high-powered games very, very well.

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Portal Android release Monday: SHIELD gets a masterpiece

Portal Android release Monday: SHIELD gets a masterpiece

Starting on May 12th, Valve will begin their Android invasion with Portal. Today we’ve posted our Portal for Android on NVIDIA SHIELD Review, letting it be known that the game is, in fact, a legitimate full-fledged delivery of the classic game. If this game is any indication of how - with NVIDIA’s help - Valve will be porting games to the mobile environment, they’ve certainly gotten our attention.

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Portal for Android on NVIDIA SHIELD Review

Portal for Android on NVIDIA SHIELD Review

Portal was a game-changer on the PC and a game-changer here, ported to Android, specifically to NVIDIA SHIELD. You’ll be moving through test chambers from a first-person perspective, taking control of a "Portal Gun" which allows you to shoot one orange ring, one blue ring. From there, gameplay is entirely unique to this Valve Corporation-made puzzle adventure.

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HP Slatebook 14 tipped to be a Tegra-powered Android notebook

HP Slatebook 14 tipped to be a Tegra-powered Android notebook

HP's Android Slatebook series hasn't really enjoyed notable success, and yet the PC makers is now reported to be on the verge of unveiling yet another one. The Slatebook 14 is supposedly a device intended for the budget market but still sporting a fine array of hardware features.

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Portal for Android gameplay demoed on NVIDIA SHIELD

Portal for Android gameplay demoed on NVIDIA SHIELD

This week at PAX East, NVIDIA showed off the fruits of their latest collaboration - working with Valve to bring the original Portal game to Android. More specifically to NVIDIA SHIELD, you’ll see this game being demonstrated on the handheld gaming system. Up close and personal, it would appear that this game is near completion - ready to launch, as it were.

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PS3 classic Rochard hits NVIDIA TegraZone for Android

PS3 classic Rochard hits NVIDIA TegraZone for Android

Recoil Games have come back with their PlayStation 3 title Rochard this week with a full Android port optimized for NVIDIA Tegra 4-toting devices. This means that if you’re rolling with an NVIDIA SHIELD or NVIDIA Tegra Note 7, you’re in luck - this game will look better than it ever has before.

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