Samsung Galaxy S IV might be more similar to the Galaxy Note than its predecessors, and it might even be coming as early as April. Developer SDKs for OUYA became available today, along with an unboxing and uncasing video from the company behind the little Android console that turned into a Kickstarter darling. Apple has agreed to drop the Galaxy S III Mini from its patent suit, while Samsung may need to pay a $15 billion fine for trying to get Apple products banned in Europe.
OUYA developer kits are shipping sooner than expected, and today we've learned some lucky developers could be receiving theirs as soon as tomorrow. According to our good pals at SlashGear instead of the developer consoles shipping tomorrow, they've already sent many out and they'll be arriving all weekend long.
Ouya development consoles should begin shipping out in a few weeks time, the regular $99 console is not expected to arrive until next year. In fact, the last we heard, the $99 console was expected to be available in March. And while that may still be some time away, those waiting for a unit may be happy to learn of 10 newly announced games.
OUYA. Ever since the Kickstarter campaign for the Android gaming console came to an end, things have been pretty silent on the OUYA front. That all changed today, with the OUYA team delivering a major announcement: OUYA dev consoles will be shipping out on December 28, which just so happens to be one month from now.
exceeding their goal by huge margins the OUYA Android Game Console hasn't been in the news much. That is because the worldwide launch isn't expected until March of 2013. However, for those on the cutting edge or developers looking for early access, their developer kits are available again today for pre-order starting at $800.
OUYA absolutely cleaned up on Kickstarter, racking up around $8.5-million in funding. Since then, they've been pretty quiet. Turns out, they've been working on upgrading the device and getting developer boards ready to go.
OUYA wrapped up earlier this morning, bringing in a grand total of $8,596,475 in funding from 63,416 backers. A mind-numbing figure to be sure, but now it's time for the OUYA team to get to work on bringing this Android-based console to market. They haven't wasted any time either, as OUYA pre-orders are now available through the official site.
OUYA's Kickstarter, and with the clock winding down, the OUYA team has made a couple exciting announcements. First and foremost, the team shared some new renders of the console, and as it turns out, OUYA is very tiny. Of course, we weren't expecting it to be massive since it won't use any discs, but we weren't quite expecting it to be this compact either. Have a look below.