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Nvidia isn't updating the Shield TV to Android 10 because it's not different enough

Nvidia isn't updating the Shield TV to Android 10 because it's not different enough

For years, if you wanted to get Android running on the biggest screen in your home, the Nvidia Shield TV was your best option. Cheaper devices like last year's Chromecast and Walmart's recent Onn streaming box are finally available on the market, but the Shield has kept some of the exclusive benefits that helped make it a fan favorite. If you've been waiting for an update to Android 10, you'll want to stop holding your breath — though that doesn't mean the Shield's future is uncertain.

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Android TV gets Tinder-style recommendations

Android TV gets Tinder-style recommendations

Who doesn't like content suggestions that are perfectly tailored to their tastes? If you don't think Android TV was doing a good job at that until now, Google is pushing out a new update that works on improving just this, in addition to throwing in a couple of new features.

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TCL plans to update its 2019 and 2020 TVs to Android 11

TCL plans to update its 2019 and 2020 TVs to Android 11

At the recently concluded CES 2021, TCL made a host of announcements about its upcoming 8K and mini LED TV range — one of which touched upon Google TV coming to its 2021 lineup. Now the company has a little news to share about its existing Android TV models, some of which are now confirmed to be getting an Android 11 update.

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Android 11 comes to Android TV today, but the rollout starts with just one device

Android 11 comes to Android TV today, but the rollout starts with just one device

Google started testing Android 11 for Android TVs back in June, and we saw the official Android 11 release land earlier this month for Pixel devices. Now Google has announced that its latest platform update is making its way to the big(ger) screen with the stable release of Android 11 for Android TV — starting with just a single device.

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