NVIDIA today announced that its Shield TV will be switching over to the GeForce NOW service — basically a cloud service for gaming — that's currently available on Macs and Windows machines, bringing desktop games to the Shield platform. It'll let Shield owner play their personal library of games, or purchase new ones from digital stores like Steam and Uplay.
This all gets a little confusing because the previous thing on NVIDIA Shield was, erm, also called GeForce Now and was $8 a month. But now it's the PC/Mac version of GeForce Now. Not the Shield version of GeForce Now. But the new one is also on Shield. The old one, and its monthly fee, is going away. From Shield. Now.
Secure your Ring account by enabling two-factor authentication
Smart doorbells and cameras are a great way to add a sense of security to your home ... until they become a backdoor for unwanted virtual intruders. Keep them out with two-factor authentication.
Baldur's Gate III gameplay to be revealed on February 27
The world will get its first look at Baldur's Gate III gameplay on February 27 via a live stream from PAX East. Baldur's Gate III is being developed and published by Larian Studios.
Ring makes two-factor authentication mandatory, adds new privacy controls
Ring announced today that it will make two-factor authentication mandatory going forward. It will also temporarily pause most third-party analytics services and allow you to opt-out of sharing your information with third parties for personalized advertising.
Play these amazing Android games on your NVIDIA Shield TV
As NVIDIA proclaims in every ad, the Shield Android TV box is “the streamer for gamers”. So which games are worth checking out?