Kickstarter campaign wraps up, OUYA is in a pretty good spot. Some remain unconvinced that OUYA will be able to pull off an Android-based console, but today, the team revealed what they're calling a "secret weapon." Muffi Ghadiali has been working behind-the-scenes on OUYA as the person in charge of the development of the product's hardware and software, and today the OUYA team announced his involvement in the project for the first time. Some of you may know Ghadiali from his stint at Amazon's Lab126, where he worked on developing hardware and software for the Kindle line of products. Now, he's all OUYA's and he's got a plan to take this project from mere Kickstarter campaign to smashing success.
Monthly Archive: December 2013
Jelly Bean to the masses and their open source project, developers are hard at work porting it to other devices. Sadly Google's popular Nexus One isn't receiving the same love as the Nexus S or Motorola XOOM when it comes to updates. Don't worry though, developers have you covered and you can check out Jelly Bean for the Nexus One right now.
gift of books. Google's Play Store (Android Market) Books are now available for those in France as they continue their rollout to European markets.
Jelly Bean was listed as coming to the Galaxy Nexus and Nexus S in mid July. Now that the Galaxy Nexus already started receiving it last week, it's time for the Nexus S to enjoy that butter smooth Jelly Bean too.
NVIDIA i450 (Icera) to be exact. ZTE also makes another device with this modem, the ZTE Era. This device, the ZTE Grand X, is made to bring on power at an undeniably affordable price.
new products to its Walkman line of media players today including the F800 series. Out of all the new devices, the F800 series are the most interesting since they are powered by Android 4.0. The media player can also connect to the Google Play store to download any app you want for mobile gaming and more.
Nexus 7. Today they've introduced interactive weather visualization for tablet devices -- something that is already available for smartphones.
Galaxy S Blaze 4G over on T-Mobile started getting a quick over the air software update last night. Samsung's confirmed it will be receiving Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, but that isn't what were getting today. The update is still Gingerbread but along with fixes it will also prepare the phone for the upcoming ICS update.
Nexus 7 on the Google Play Store. Previously it was listed for pre-order and "shipping in 1-2 weeks." Today however Google's changed that to actually "In Stock" and that it will ship instantly. This is only the 8GB version, as the 16GB actual got pushed back from 1-2 weeks to 3-4 weeks earlier today.