Ouya teased not too long ago that it would be releasing an improved version of their original Android-powered game console in the near future. This is not the Ouya 2 or any sort of next-gen version of the console but just an enhanced version of the original with some improvement to storage space, the controller and other features.
Yesterday Google posted a video about a few games they made to entice developers to make more games for their Google Glass device. However the wearable technology has plenty of hurdles that are starting to creep up and the newest ones are states here in the USA banned the device for a few reasons.
This rumor has been floating around since the later part of 2013 but apparently there is a bit more validity to it now. According to VG24/7, Amazon will be launching their Android game console sometime this year and will be priced somewhere below the $300 mark. That price point isn't surprising considering Amazon likes to try and make their Android-based devices priced as low as possible.
In the world of Android devices it usually takes no time at all for a new device to get rooted. When it comes to Android consoles, this is also true and the Mad Catz MOJO game console is the newest one to be added to the list of rooted game consoles. What's even better is that Mad Catz fully supports whether or not you want to root you console.
So as we mentioned yesterday over our social medial channels, we just received one of the first Android powered MOJO game consoles sent out for review by Mad Catz. As we also stated, we were going to do an unboxing so you can all see what you can expect to find when you open up the packaging for the MOJO game console.
So Nvidia announced their next chipset at CES 2014 called the K1 (formerly Tegra 5) and even though it is pretty early in the game for this new chipset, it has already been benchmarked in its current state of development and the results are already looking pretty damn good.
Wikipad has decided to branch out in the gaming peripheral industry by announcing their newest product which is called the Gamevice. This particular gaming peripheral is pretty much as the name suggests - a detachable game controller that Android gamers can use with their Android devices.
That magical time every year in January where the Consumer Electronics Show kicks off is almost upon us once again. Of course we will be there sifting through everything that we can find related to Android gaming. Nvidia will be hosting an invite-only press conference this Sunday, January 5th, 2014, the company will be showing off new innovations in gaming along with new advancements in their mobile Tegra technology.
Last week we reported on Ouya teasing a new limited edition white version of their Android-powered game console. If you happen to be interested in purchasing one, you may want to try your hand at a giveaway Ouya is hosting where you can win a white limited edition version of their console as well as a pair of TuneIn headphones.
Ouya has announced, through their Twitter account with a picture, that the company has made a new white version of their Android-powered game console. This new edition is just as it sounds, all white, for those of you who enjoy having everything white colored.
Samsung has officially made their game controller for their phones a thing now, releasing it to market already in Europe while everywhere else in the world will be able to buy it soon. Of course that is if you don't already own a MOGA controller, or a SteelSeries one, or a Nyko controller, or any number of ones already available and useable with pretty much any Android device.