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Briefly: Gogo expands to Japan, Nvidia updates Shield to Android 4.3

updated 02:08 pm EDT, Mon October 28, 2013

Gogo in-flight Wi-Fi adopted by Japan Airlines, rolls out mid-2014

Gogo's in-flight Wi-Fi is heading to Japan, with the entire Japan Airlines (JAL) fleet of domestic planes set to offer the service. The move, following Delta Airline's adoption of Gogo on its international fleet, will see all 77 JAL domestic aircraft start offering the Ku-band satellite Internet service to customers beginning in the summer of 2014, writes Engadget.

Nvidia updates Shield with Android 4.3, updates Gamestream with console mode

Nvidia has updated its Shield hand-held gaming system with Android 4.3, adding support for "thousands more Android games," writes the Nvidia blog. The software upgrade brings the company's Gamestream out of beta, which allows users to stream games from a PC, while a new Console Mode allows for the Shield to be hooked up to a TV and controlled by a Bluetooth controller, effectively running as a game console or media extender for the PC. Nvidia is also offering up to $100 off the cost of a Shield and free copies of three games with the purchase of selected GeForce GTX graphics cards.

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