Exoplayer version 2.2 is upon us, exactly what does this mean to the average user? Better video playback and more features in any video oriented applications in a nutshell. People who want to know the underlyings of ExoPlayer please read on. ExoPlayer 2.2 adds a number of new features, as well as another batch of […]

Tuesday? Check ✓ New GeForce Now game? Check ✓​ Born out of Kickstarter, Tides of Numenera is the spiritual successor to 1999’s Planescape Torment, which is widely regarded by critics and fans as one of the finest RPGs of all time. In addition, Tides of Numenera was developed by Brian Fargo’s InXile Entertainment, which has enjoyed crowd-funded success with Wasteland 2 and The […]

Android TV is very flexible ecosystem and Android as a whole has historically been open to whatever you want to add if you can write it. When Google Cast came out people loved the idea of a ChromeCast but wanted to skip new hardware and add it to any Android device they had, so that […]

Each week NVIDIA aims to keep gamers happy with a new game on Geforce Now or the Android platform and usually it’s exclusive to the SHIELD platform. This week they’ve take an old-school hack-and-slash dungeon crawler and merge it with an art treatment reminiscent of Tron. Called [email protected] I’d watch the trailer below to learn […]

Today Vizio gave SmartCast and Google Home users some pretty good news. All SmartCast devices including TVs, displays, sound bars and speakers are now compatible with Google Home, this means Google Home users can use their voice to control their entertainment. Using simple voice commands, Google Home users can adjust volume up and down, play, stop and […]