In order to better tap the streaming crowd, Nvidia has announced a new configuration of its Shield TV in the US. Set to start shipping October 18, the new Shield TV package will not include the game controller, which is available with the standard Shield TV. The buyers of the new version will still get […]
Google on Tuesday announced that Asus-made Nexus Player isn’t going to be the only Android TV device to grace our living rooms, but it is working with a number of manufacturers, which will release Android TV devices this year. “When we launched Android with a single phone in 2008, we never imagined that we could […]
Sony on Monday announced a new Walkman-series media player in the form of Walkman NW-ZX2. Targeted to the audiophiles, the new media player has been priced $1120 and will go on sale this spring in the United States. “Experience High-Resolution audio like never before with the Walkman NW-ZX2 which can reproduce master quality recordings just […]
Amazon has finally expanded the availability of its Fire TV set-top box outside the United States. The device is now on pre-order in Germany and UK and will start shipping on September 25 and October 23 respectively. Originally unveiled in the US in April 2014, the Fire TV allows the consumers to stream online media […]
Sony has announced the successor to its Walkman F800 music player in the form of WalkMan F886 on Wednesday. Powered by Android 4.1, the new WalkMan F886 has quite some improvements over the last-generation.
As per a press release issued by the company, Sony Walkman F886 features a 4-inch FWVGA Triluminos display, 32GB of internal storage, NFC and Bluetooth. Considering the presence of NFC on-board, now users will be able to connect to several Sony speakers, headphones and other audio products with a single tap. Read more about Sony launches Android-powered Walkman F886 music player …
Is Google working on another Nexus Q like media streamer? The evidence seems to suggest that. As a mystery Google hardware device marked as a media player has appeared on FCC for certification.
At any given point of time, Google is tinkering with multiple hardware devices, which are not necessarily meant for full release, so this is in no way a confirmation of the impending arrival of Google Nexus Q successor, but we won’t be surprised if it indeed turns out to be a real deal. Read more about Mystery Google media player appears at FCC …
Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei is not just eying smartphone market with its cool new devices, but also seems to planning to join the Android set-top party as well. A device dubbed as Huawei MediaQ M310 has come to light, and is reportedly going to be launched in the coming three months for around $80.
This Android powered set-top box is not a Google TV product, but packs Android as the operating system with Huawei’s own TV-specific UI atop. This is clearly not the first product in this segment, but it is certainly showing a big trend among Chinese manufacturers, who are launching affordable Android powered TV boxes every day. Read more about Huawei to launch MediaQ M310, a quad-core set-top box, for $80 …