Android started out as just a mobile operating system, but 10 years in it's pretty much everywhere. Check out our round-up of all the different Android variations that have cropped up so far, and what might be coming in the future.
Like the idea of cord-cutting with YouTube TV, but find it awkward to watch on your actual TV? Good news: YouTube is rolling out a slew of native apps for leading TV platforms like Xbox One, Android TV, and soon, Apple TV.
Android TV, Google's software for the big screen, is getting a welcome visual overhaul when Android O rolls around later this year. The update will make the home screen more animated, while also allowing users to "find content faster."
FCC documents show that Nvidia was working on a SHEILD Portable 2 -- way back in June. A release seems unlikely, especially considering the fact that the device was only listed on the FCC website because a confidentiality request expired.
Google's artificially intelligent Assistant first debuted in the company's messaging app Allo, but it was a standout feature of the Pixel phones as well as the Google Home. So what's the Assistant's next home? Android TV.
Twitter has launched its live video app on Android TV. The app is devoted to its live-streams, including its NFL, NHL, and MLB broadcasts. Best of all, you don't even need an account to view the action.
With its new Android TV and Amazon Fire TV apps, 24-hour streaming news service CBS News has added support for 360-degree video, starting with a behind-the-scenes look at a 60 Minutes segment filmed in Africa.
In September, it began to look like Xiaomi’s Mi Box Android TV streaming box would soon finally be available, and that turned out to be true, with the 4K, HDR capable box now available in the U.S. for $70.
Following its debut at Google I/O earlier this year, Xiaomi's 4K Mi Box could launch as soon as next month, offering 4K and HDR for less than $100, and marking the company's first official product launch in the U.S.
Nvidia's latest update for its Shield Android TV streaming box brings the ability to stream Netflix content in HDR and YouTube in 4K at 60FPS, plus Plex Media Server support and a ton of other features.
Following up on its Android-powered 4K Ultra HD TVs released earlier this year, Sony has announced pricing and availability for three new series of TVs, complete HDR support either included or planned to come later via firmware update.
Are you still struggling with the fact that Amazon Prime Video isn't available on Apple TV, Chromecast, or even Android TV? Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos tried to tell us why, but we don't feel any better about it.