In a press release today, Razer announced its acquisition of Ouya. Ouya is best known for bringing games and apps to the living room through its $99 Android based console. In
Ouya, the company behind the $99 Android gaming console has reportedly been acquired by gaming hardware maker Razer. As there were rumors that Ouya has been looking for a buyer, apparently they
Ouya is in talks with Razer to sell itself, according to a CNET report. Currently, the companies are figuring out how to add Ouya’s staff to Razer. Ouya’s service probably will continue
Ouya, the Android-powered gaming system born out of a Kickstarter project, has taken new measures to attract interest in the platform. Head to the company’s website yesterday and you have seen an “Ouya
Welcome back my Android friends it’s time for another “IN Brief”. Today we’re going to take a look at some news that you may have missed during the week. There
A recent content agreement between Ouya and Mad Catz will see the service be included on the M.O.J.O. Android Micro-consoles, and in addition the price is being dropped to $199.99
Dressed in all black, the new console features double the storage capacity OUYA has released a new version of its Android-powered gaming console which can be immediately ordered. Priced at
November may be the month of next-gen consoles, but that isn’t stopping OUYA from trying to pick up some sales with a limited edition version of its Android-powered Tegra-3 console. OUYA just
Amazon’s set-top box could be delayed beyond the 2013 holiday shopping season, reports The Verge. Originally expected to arrive later this fall, the so-called “FireTube” is allegedly a box based
In Brief is a compilation of notifications, rumors, and Android-related news tidbits which, for whatever reason, did not end up with a post of its own on AndroidGuys. These are
A short and sweet collection of other things going on in the Android space.
Last year, OUYA officially made an appearance as the first of its kind Android powered console. It sure stayed as a ‘hot topic’ for several weeks, also the company made
After months of waiting, the infamous OUYA will begin shipping on March 28th. OUYA is a $99 Android gaming consol that blew through Kickstarter last year with over 8 million
After a short delay, the gaming tablet will soon be offered at $249.99.