Today, streaming media app Plex announced it has added Live TV to its platform, including local news and sports, at no cost to Plex Pass users. No more waiting for the recording to finish! This is Plex’s biggest news to date as it moves the company one step closer to its vision of the future […]

At Google I/O Google has announced that YouTube’s 360-degree videos are coming soon to TVs, expanding beyond smartphones and web browsers for the first time. “It’s not just about the size of the screen,” YouTube product manager Sarah Ali said before demoing a 360-degree video from Coachella. “It’s about giving you an experience that [traditional] TV […]

[Update] We are working on adding support for all podcast platforms On This Podcast Kevin & I discuss Google I/O and what to expect as well as news in the Android TV realm from the last week and everything in between. The Show notes are listed below. Show Notes: Aeotec by Aeon Labs DSA03202W Black […]

Last night while most people were sleeping the US cable network NBC released their app for Android TV. It’s pretty similar in looks to NBC’s other Android app, but made for Android TV. The UI has been adapted for the 10 foot experience with less Leanback styling, but all the same content you’d expect. NBC […]

Move over Ratchet and Clank. Move over Banjo and Kazooie. Move over Mario and Luigi! There’s a new platform/adventure game in town: Yooka-Laylee has come to GeForce NOW today Tuesday, April 25. This heavily-backed Kickstarter will see you run, jump, puzzle and fight your way through massive, colorful worlds filled with special items to discover, and […]

Myst, a game from legendary developer Cyan Worlds originally launched in 1993 for something called a Macintosh, since then the Mac hasn’t been such a gaming powerhouse, but none the less it hasn’t stopped indie devs porting their Steam games for all 3 platforms. Now the classic game is brought to the modern-day and called it […]

It was many moons ago we had to get up from watching TV and walk over to the switch to turn off the light. Someone didn’t like this so that’s how we got Hue bulbs and someone else didn’t like getting up so they extended it to TV because reaching for your phone would be […]

So if you haven’t heard by now the Android Developers blog let everyone know after some feedback and low usage numbers on the iOS side that they’ll be dropping iOS support and some features existing in Play Games today. They found that there is lower usage for Gifts, Requests, and Quests. So now the next 12 […]

Starting Thursday, April 13 and running through April 16, the SHIELD Spring Game Sale gives you an opportunity to play the critically-acclaimed kingdom-building simulation game, Kingdom: New Lands and finally one of the games I’ve wanted to play for a while has gone on sale Ultimate Chicken Horse, trust me if you haven’t played you’re missing out […]

The arrival of SHOWTIME ® on Sling TV marks the first time an over-the-top (OTT) service has offered content from the four leading premium networks. SHOWTIME features eight different channels and is available today for $10 per month to new and existing Sling TV customers. “We know our price and the ability to personalize your […]

Not to be confused with the popular and well-known Penny Arcade Expo aka PAX but Google has today announced PAX, which stands for “Android Networked Cross-License Agreement”, so yeah that makes perfect sense somehow. Basically, this new licensing program will allow members — which include some of Google’s many Android partners — to stop threatening […]

Love Humor with a bit of destruction? Me too and that’s why I’m excited Worms WMD has made its way to GeForce Now. The long running strategy series from Team 17 has arrived on NVIDIA’s GeForce Now platform for all SHIELD users to enjoy! Worms WMD pits teams of worms brimming with ‘tude against each other […]

Looking for some Couch Co-op? Love to Cook? Yell at the top of your lungs to deliver the food? Love Indie Games? Then Overcooked is for you! Wanna just watch the trailer just see below but if you wanna read continue on.   This casual arcade/action game comes to you from publisher Team17, the folks […]

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 […]