NVIDIA recently roll out an Android 11 update to all Shield TV devices, including the original model from 2015. But it seems that the “NVIDIA Experience 9.0” update is causing problems for some users, particularly those who use their NVIDIA Shield TV as a Plex server.
Early last year, reports emerged that some Roku smart TV owners saw banner ads and pop-ups overlayed on top of live TV content, and now we’re seeing it again here in 2022. According to several comments on Reddit, users are experiencing banner and interactive ads on their Roku TVs.
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Even with all its fancy personalization features, Google TV doesn’t feel distinct from Android TV. But that could change in 2022. In an interview with Protocol, Google TV’s director of product management Rob Caruso shared how Google TV could grow over the next year, and even teased some potential new features for the operating system.
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After skipping the Android 10 update, NVIDIA is now pushing Android 11 to all NVIDIA Shield TV streaming devices, including the original NVIDIA Shield TV from 2015. This update, which is bundled in “SHIELD Experience 9.0,” enables a handful of new features and improvements for your premium Android TV device.
The live TV experience just got even better on Roku devices thanks to a new Live TV Zone. Available now on your Roku home screen, the Live TV Zone gives you instant access to Roku’s Channel Guide, your recently-watched live TV channels, and of course, all your favorite live TV services.
Back in 2021, AT&T offered a free six-month Stadia Pro subscription with the purchase of eligible 5G phones. But the company is now broadening this promotion—new and existing AT&T customers get half a year of Stadia Pro and NVIDIA GeForce Priority so long as you have a 5G smartphone and an Unlimited plan.