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Enter to win an Nvidia Shield TV and Shield Controller as we celebrate Android Police’s 10-year anniversary

Enter to win an Nvidia Shield TV and Shield Controller as we celebrate Android Police's 10-year anniversary

Nvidia’s Shield TV hardware has been some of the longest-supported in the world of Android. With today officially marking our ten-year anniversary as a website, we thought that a giveaway in keeping with our site values and history would be in order. After five years covering the Shield TV and …

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Sony patents a VR controller that feels a lot like Valve’s Index

Sony patents a VR controller that feels a lot like Valve's Index

A recently published patent from Sony Interactive Entertainment suggests that the company is working on a new VR motion controller, similar to those for the Valve Index. Could this be a new PSVR 2 controller? The patent for a “Controller Device” outlines an input mechanism for a “home-use game machine” …

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How to use a PlayStation 4 controller on Android

Screenshot Android bluetooth pairing menu

If you own a modern gaming console, chances are you already have a usable Bluetooth controller. That’s because most newer console controllers either use Bluetooth as standard or include it for use on other platforms. That means, yes, it’s possible to use a PlayStation 4 controller on your Android phone, …

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