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Nvidia may be revealing a new Nvidia Shield Android TV console at CES 2017

Usually Nvidia takes CES each year to announce their next products in the mobile gaming space, whether that be a new iteration of a current product, or a whole new device. Right now Nvidia is in the perfect spot in their Shield product timeline to be introducing something new at CES 2017. According to an anonymous source, this is exactly what will be happening regarding the Nvidia Shield Android TV.

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Google is starting to crack down on fast charging with Android devices

Google has begun knuckling down and getting touch on the standards revolving around fast charging Android devices. Right now manufacturers are trying to come up with ways to make their devices charge faster than any other devices. This is obviously a great feature for Android gamers as it means much more gaming time for us. However, fast charging done wrong can have some bad side-effects. So Google has begun getting tough on what it takes to have good fast charging.

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[Update: Winners Picked] Enter for a chance to win a limited edition custom Lumines: Puzzle & Music Beats Solo2 Headset

Halloween is all about getting a bunch of goodies to munch on over the next couple of months, probably netting at least a couple of people out there a cavity or two. Well we can’t really giveaway any candy, but we can give everyone a chance to win a custom Lumines: Puzzle & Music Beats Solo2 headset. Just to give you an idea as to how limited this headset is, there’s only 20 of them in the world.

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You can stop daydreaming about Google’s Daydream View headset. Officially launching November 10th.

Google made their in-house virtual reality headset, called the Daydream View, official back in the beginning of October 2016. This is part of the Daydream virtual reality platform that the company had been working on up to that point. During the originally announcement, it was revealed that the headset would be arriving in November 2016, but no specific date was given. Today, however, that has changed and we now know that the headset will be officially available on November 10th, 2016.

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Enter for a chance to win a limited edition custom Lumines: Puzzle & Music Beats Solo2 Headset

Halloween is all about getting a bunch of goodies to munch on over the next couple of months, probably netting at least a couple of people out there a cavity or two. Well we can’t really giveaway any candy, but we can give everyone a chance to win a custom Lumines: Puzzle & Music Beats Solo2 headset. Just to give you an idea as to how limited this headset is, there’s only 20 of them in the world.

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Nintendo’s Switch has its screen details leaked and it will have touch controls

You may remember the other week when Nintendo announced its newest gaming ‘console’ which is called the Nintendo Switch. Initial reports had this tablet-style game console, with detachable physical controls that form a game controller when put together, arriving without a touch screen. Now it appears that those reports are not true and, in fact, the Switch will have a touch screen.

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[Updated] Nintendo announced that their new Nintendo Switch will be powered by Nvidia’s Tegra processor

While this news may fall into the realm of general mobile gaming news, it is still pretty interesting to see a company like Nintendo pick up technology to use with their new portable gaming console that has originally been used in higher-end Android devices and, more specifically, Nvidia’s own Shield line of Android gaming devices. Nintendo announced this morning that their new portable gaming console, called the Nintendo Switch, will be powered by Nvidia’s Tegra processor.

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