Today, we take a look at NVIDIA's new Shield Tablet, investigate Atari's future with the LGBT community, ponder an Apple smartwatch patent and learn about a potential HIV breakthrough. Read on for Engadget's news highlights from the last 24 hours.
Yep, it's time for more Apple smartwatch speculation. This latest patent application details an 'iTime' device with interchangeable, sensor-equipped bands.
Atari, once a giant of the gaming industry, stands on the precipice of irrelevance. But now, the company's betting its future on on the LGBT community with its upcoming game called Pridefest.
NIVIDIA's second generation Shield claims to be the "ultimate tablet for gamers." But is this 8-inch, Android-powered slate all it's cracked up to be?
Thanks to the bright minds at Temple University, a cure for HIV is that much closer to a reality. By injecting patients with a man-made strand of RNA, the virus can be excised from infected cells, leaving them intact and HIV free.
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- Key specs
- Reviews • 29
- Form factor Other
- Operating system iOS
- Screen size 1.32 inches
- Storage type Internal storage
- Maximum battery life Up to 18 hours
- Dimensions 1.52 x 1.31 x 0.41 in
- Weight 1.41 oz
- Released 2015-04-24
NVIDIA Shield Tablet