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New Nvidia partnership could hint at Chromebooks with RTX graphics

New Nvidia partnership could hint at Chromebooks with RTX graphics

Nvidia hasn't exactly set the world on fire with its Tegra line of Arm-based mobile processors. Outside of its own excellent SHIELD hardware (and notably the Nintendo Switch), it's basically dead. But the company is hoping to breathe new life into its Arm ambitions by doubling down on what it does best: graphics. In a press release, Nvidia announced that it's working with major chip supplier MediaTek to combine Arm-based architecture with its RTX line of graphics cards.

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Get ready to enjoy Hulu on Android TV at the resolution you assumed you were already

Get ready to enjoy Hulu on Android TV at the resolution you assumed you were already

Hulu streams 4K content to Apple TV, Fire TV, and Chromecast Ultra owners, but it has never raised the resolution cap beyond 720p for most with Android TV. Some reports, however, indicate that things may be taking a step up for the forlorn platform.

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Nvidia GeForce Now's premium tier gets a price bump

Nvidia GeForce Now's premium tier gets a price bump

GeForce Now is an intriguing option in the streaming game marketplace, appealing to those who've already built up a huge library of PC games. A year after the service exited beta, Nvidia says it's increasing the price for the Priority membership (previously called "Founders") from $5 to $10 a month. A $100 a year option is also available—both choices are exactly twice as expensive as before.

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Samsung is killing the SmartThings Link for NVIDIA Shield

Samsung is killing the SmartThings Link for NVIDIA Shield

Samsung is transitioning to a next-gen platform for its SmartThings smart home system. Unfortunately, that means that a lot of the old hardware isn't going to work ...which includes the SmartThings Link USB dongle that lets it integrate with the Nvidia Shield. Samsung made the announcement about shifting support last year, and now we learn it's formally ending things for the Link effective June 30th.

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GeForce Now officially available for Chrome browser on Windows and Mac

GeForce Now officially available for Chrome browser on Windows and Mac

Not too long ago, Nvidia brought GeForce Now to Chromebooks by making the streaming service available right in the Chrome browser. Unfortunately, the company limited availability to the Google OS, and to be able to play right in Chrome on other platforms you had to go through a tedious workaround. But that's a thing of the past: Nvidia just made GeForce Now support official for Chrome on Windows and macOS.

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GeForce NOW is expanding to new territories in 2021

GeForce NOW is expanding to new territories in 2021

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Nvidia Shield TV can now use PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S controllers

Nvidia Shield TV can now use PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X/S controllers

The Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5 started arriving on store shelves a few months ago, but both consoles have been incredibly difficult to find. If you've been lucky enough to score one, or you just have the controllers, here's some extra good news — you can now use your shiny new controller with Nvidia's Android TV boxes.

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Pick up Nvidia's 4K Shield TV Pro for just $180 from Amazon ($20 off)

Pick up Nvidia's 4K Shield TV Pro for just $180 from Amazon ($20 off)

Your TV is only as good as the streaming dongle attached or built into it. NVIDIA's Shield TV Pro is a great way to upgrade your current setup. It comes with plenty of essential features like Chromecast support and Assistant integration, as well as premium extras such as 4K AI Upscaling and Dolby Vision. Normally retailing for $199.99, Amazon currently has the streaming device on sale for $179.99 — a cool $20 discount.

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Nvidia updates the Shield TV with AI upscaling fixes, stability improvements, and more

Nvidia updates the Shield TV with AI upscaling fixes, stability improvements, and more

Google TV may be the hot new thing, but Nvidia's Shield TV is still one of the most popular Android TV devices out there. We called it the best Android TV box at the time of release, and it's getting even better thanks to a new update rolling out now.

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Chromebook owners can get 3 months of GeForce NOW for free

Chromebook owners can get 3 months of GeForce NOW for free

Chrome OS might not be the best operating system for hardcore gamers, but most Chromebooks are powerful enough to play some popular games — especially when you add cloud game streaming like GeForce NOW to the mix. Nvidia launched the service in beta earlier this year, and now Chromebook users can get three months for free — with a small catch.

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