Nvidia, makers of a plethora of PC and Android hardware, and have released an update to their tablets. Specifically, this update will (finally) bring 6.0.1 Marshmallow to those of us with their LTE variants that have been waiting too long, to be frank. Some of what's included in this update are things like support for the Vulkan API, re-positioned Navigation buttons when the tablet is in landscape mode, enhanced memory compression, and fixing a bug related to WiFi connectivity when the tablet is waking up from sleep.
Released by G5 Entertainment, S.E.D. - Special Enquiry Detail is a new hidden object game. In S.E.D. players will be assisting a pair of detectives, Turino and Lamonte, in solving a string of sensational murders that range from a portrait that bleeds, to a grizzly scene of a cadaver that was found with a deer's head on it.
So far in the two years that Nvidia has launched the Nvidia Shield tablet we have had two iterations, the original and then the recently released Tegra K1 version. It seems a new version is passing through the FCC right now and this time it looks like it'll be sporting the Tegra X1 chipset. This would obviously be a big improvement if this ends up being true.
Announced by Pokémon Company International, there is now an open beta for Pokémon Trading Card Game Online, though it's only officially available for Android tablets at the moment. Originally released for browsers in the Spring of 2011, this trading card game is now being officially ported over to Android.