About a month after announcing plans to bring Android 6.0 Marshmallow and other improvements to its Shield TV game console, NVIDIA is now rolling out the update which brings support for treating SD cards as internal storage, Vulkan graphics, and much more.
So it’s a good day for NVIDIA Shield users.
But it’s a bad day to be a Linux Mint user. The website for the popular Linux distribution was hacked over the weekend, and hundreds of users downloaded compromised versions of the operating system. The forum was also hacked, and it’s possible passwords and other personal data could be released (or sold).
Here’s a roundup of recent news from around the web.
- NVIDIA Shield TV software version 3.0 begins rollout (based on Android 6.0)
- Android-x86 project announces official partnership with Jide (Remix OS creators)
- Imagination introduces PowerVR Series8XE graphics for mid-range devices
- How to install Google Play Store on the Fire TV 2 with Fire OS 5
- Japan’s Mouse Computer launches a Windows 10 phone with Continuum support
- If you have a Linux Mint forum account, now might be a good time to change your password
- Linux Mint was hacked