HTC is giving One-series fans a terrific reason to pick up the latest model this week.
For a limited time only, those who purchase a One M9 through the company’s online store will get a brand new Nexus 9 thrown in free.
Received an update notification for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your NVIDIA Shield tablet? Don’t install it!
The update comes with a bug that plays havoc with Wi-Fi connectivity, leaving some users with no connection at all.
Amazon has slashed $50 off the NVIDIA Shield TV and is throwing in a free media remote worth another $49.99 for a limited time. You can currently pick up the 16GB bundle for just $149.99, while the 500GB option is down to $249.99.
We didn’t expect to see a new tablet from Google today, but we got one, and it wasn’t a Nexus.
It’s called the Pixel C, and it’s a 10.2-inch slate that hopes to take on devices like the Microsoft Surface and Apple’s upcoming iPad Pro with a detachable keyboard and a focus on productivity.
NVIDIA is recalling all Shield tablets sold between July 2014 and July 2015 due to overheating batteries that could pose a fire hazard. The company has confirmed it will replace all returned tablets, and it asks customers to cease using them after they have backed up their data.