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The Chromecast with Google TV is one of the best and most affordable ways to ensure your TV stays smart with the latest updates to Android TV OS.
One of Stadia's biggest benefits, when it was first shown off, was the ability to play on any screen. Unfortunately, Stadia has yet to...
This week Apple TV Plus came to more Android TV devices, including the very popular Nvidia Shield TV boxes.
Google is rolling out a new update for its Android TV platform which gives it a new design to the home screen or dashboard.
What TV program couldn’t you live without? Which show do you miss like an old friend when a series ends? Where is this visual...
Google is expected to introduce the Pixel 5 and possibly a Pixel 4a with 5G support in an event scheduled for September 30. What is else is on tap?
If you're in the market for a new projector and portability is a must, then look no further than the Nebula Capsule II. Here is our review.
The Android 11 Developer Preview for Android TV was released, along with instructions from Google on how to get started with bringing apps up to date.
Cafago, for those who are not aware, is an online retailer that sells a number of different kinds of products, notably electronics and gadgets...
Google, fully aware that the quarantine is hard on everyone, has offered up various ways for us to stay informed and entertained while at home.
Google is cooking up a new Chromecast Ultra experience with Android TV and a remote control, says a new report. Here's what we know so far.
The JBL Link Bar is the all-in-one subwoofer, Google Assistant speaker, and Android TV box but just how well can it do each of these?
Sony takes Las Vegas by storm with a handful of new models, including an 85" 8K TV with Android TV and its smallest 4K OLED yet.
Hisense arrives at CES with a whole array of updated TV models, many of which run Android TV and feature wallet-friendly prices.
NVIDIA offers up two new versions of its Android TV-powered Shield TV experience for 2019. Here's what we think of the $150 device.