Funky game console wants to bring Android content to your TV using a touchscreen controller.
Ouya has confirmed that the developer version of its long-awaited Android-powered console will ship on December 28.
The upcoming Ouya console is probably the device most commonly associated with the concept of Android-powered gaming in the living room. Wise wants to change that with its TIVI.
Game developers looking to pre-order an Ouya Dev Kit for early delivery by January 2013 will have to shell out a cool $800 for the $99 console before it becomes officially available for the masses in March.
Ouya has confirmed that its upcoming video game console will run Android Jelly Bean, rather than the older Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS).
Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman says her priority right now is making sure there is strong content for the console's launch.
Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman has provided the latest update about where the ambitious Android-powered game console stands right now.
The PC game Mercenary Kings will be ported to the impending Ouya platform.
GameStop CEO Paul Raines says his company is open to selling the Android-powered Ouya console, which recently managed to raise over $8 million on KickStarter.
The Android-powered Ouya console has sparked our imaginations, but what if it never materializes?
Despite the massive structural changes being taken by Onlive, it will still exist on the upcoming cloud-based Ouya console.
Ouya's Kickstarter project has closed, but that doesn't mean you can't still lay claim to an early unit.
The late Jack Tramiel was fond of saying that Commodore built computers for the masses, not the classes.
It's pretty safe to say that Ouya hit its Kickstarter target of $950,000.
Personally, I have my doubts about the long-term viability of the recently announced Android-powered Ouya game console.
The Android-based Ouya game console keeps getting more interesting.
Over the past few weeks, Ouya has managed to clinch a number of potentially lucrative deals with various industry heavyweights, including OnLive and Square Enix Japan.
It's definitely been a busy couple of weeks for Team Ouya, which has thus far managed to raise a staggering $5,845,191 for its nascent Android-powered console on KickStarter.
Despite lingering concerns about its long-term viability, the Android-powered Ouya console has thus far raised $5,759,975 on KickStarter.
I'm still more than a little dubious about the chances of success for the Android-powered Ouya game console.