The Ouya Dream is over, but Razer has stepped in to save what was left. What does this mean for the console and for android
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In a twist to the story that has been rumored for a while now, Razer has purchased the Ouya software assets.
When Amazon officially released its Android-powered microconsole and digital media player—the Fire TV—back in April, there was a new kid on the videogaming block. However,
My PlayStation 4 has brought me a great deal of enjoyment in the four months it’s occupied my entertainment centre. But up until a week
Ouya’s co-founder Muffi Ghadiali has parted ways from the company. As TechCrunch confirmed today, Ghadiali was described as a key factor in ensuring the Android-based
It’s holiday season, and the makers of the Ouya really want you to buy their console. The creators of the device have released a coupon
Ouya founder Julie Uhrman announced today in an interview with Polygon that the console will be launching in Target stores across the United States. According
The Ouya has officially launched today, being sold to the public at the retail price of $99.99.
The Entertainment Software Association (ESA)—the company responsible for E3—decided Tuesday to fold up Ouya’s public presence at this year’s E3 by calling the police.
The Ouya, an Android-based console, will not hit retail stores on June 4 as planned. Instead, CEO Julie Uhrman says the Ouya will be released
With E3 happening June 11-13, gaming industry professionals are looking forward to finding out the latest in developments and releases.
The Kickstarter-funded Ouya has announced it will release a new console each year.
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