Tegra 4 game console ready to launch



Phone maker ZTE and game developer The9 are reportedly prepping a new Android-based game console for a launch in China later this month.

Magic Media i5 is a handheld Android game console

The China-based MUCH has debuted a handheld Android game console dubbed "Magic Media i5." 

Report: Google eyes Android smart watch and game console

Mountain View is reportedly preparing to launch an Android-powered smartwatch along with a dedicated game console.

Commodore 64 emulator headed to Android-powered Ouya

When I was growing up I wanted a Commodore 64 computer so badly I could barely stand it.

Android-powered Ouya supports classic console emulators

When the Ouya game console first turned up on Kickstarter, many of us initially thought the device was only for playing Android games on the big-screen.

Sony teases PlayStation 4 UI

Sony officially unveiled its long-awaited PlayStation 4 game console at an event in NYC last week. The next-gen console is the successor to the stalwart PlayStation 3 and is expected to hit the streets towards the end of 2013.

Gamestick hits pre-order post Kickstarter

There are a number of Android-powered game consoles that have hit Kickstarter and other crowd-sourced funding websites over the last several months.

Crysis (3) sets the standard yet again

One of the key features that gamers look forward to in terms of new consoles is raw graphics horsepower.

eSfere console wants to take on the Ouya

Funky game console wants to bring Android content to your TV using a touchscreen controller.

Nintendo: Wii Mini to roll-out on December 7

Cheaper Nintendo Wii Mini ditches Internet connectivity and GameCube compatibility.

Analyst: Game consoles will be de-throned by connected TVs

The adoption rate of connected TVs in North America is expected to surge from 10% in 2011 to over 50% by 2017.

Qualcomm hopes to make game consoles obsolete

Technology advancement is a path, rather than a destination. Unfortunately, the road is long, rocky and has no speed limit. 

Mattel introduces RFID-enabled game console

San Diego (CA) - Mattel, a company known for its children's toys, introduced the HyperScan RFID-enabled game console at the recently completed Comic-Con convention in San Diego. The console combines traditional one-on-one fighting games with collectible superhero cards. Players swipe the card over the console to choose characters and additional cards can be swiped during game play to add more powers or skills. Mattel hopes the unique blend of collectible cards and console portability will attract "tweens" or the 8 to 12 year-old audience.