Entries in 'microconsole' (12)
Android microconsoles have been such a runaway success that you can see why so many companies are keen to enter the fray. Oh wait...
Ouya has launched its Playcast-powered cloud-based game streaming feature in beta this week, with Lego Batman 2 and Splinter Cell: Conviction now available to play on the service.
Not a week after Amazon unveiled its Fire TV set-top box, it looks as though Google is set to launch its own device.
While the effect of Amazon's new Fire TV on the general gaming market is still to be determined, the device appears to be in direct competition with similarly priced microconsoles. ...
Microconsole maker Ouya is reportedly readying a new service that will allow gamers to play titles on the Ouya Store through other means than just the platform's hardware.
Amazon is reportedly readying Android-powered hardware for release in March, though details are fuzzy on what entertainment medium will be the focus.
Ouya has released an upgraded version of its Android-powered console, now available to purchase in North America.
A limited edition all-white Ouya is in the works and will be available ahead of the new year, makers of the microconsole have announced.
Production delays have forced Android-powered microconsole GameStick’s public release to fall alongside the launch of the PlayStation 4.
Android-powered microconsole Ouya's second iteration will arrive sometime in 2014.
It’s been a busy morning for Sony.
GameStick, Playjam’s android-powered console, has been delayed again due to issues regarding the development of the user interface.