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Xiaomi, Ouya ink deal to bring Android games to China

Xiaomi, Ouya ink deal to bring Android games to China

Ouya, which is trying in earnest to make a home on your living room shelf, has inked a deal with Xiaomi to bring their software to the Chinese market. An agreement between the two was confirmed by Ouya CEO Julie Uhrman and Xiaomi executives. Though not a hardware distribution agreement, the deal will see the Ouya platform on various Xiaomi devices.

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Ouya testing all-access subscription mode

Ouya testing all-access subscription mode

Ouya, which has a dedicated following of core gaming enthusiasts, wants the rest of us to get involved, too. To that end, the company is introducing a new program designed to give unfettered access to their entire catalog of games. there are restrictions, but it promises to entice a lot of users to think again about Ouya should it get past the beta stage.

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Ouya Chupacabra update brings audio passthrough support

Ouya Chupacabra update brings audio passthrough support

The Ouya Chupacabra update has arrived, and with it comes a variety of new features, including one that has been requested by many: audio passthrough for XBMC, bringing support for AC3, DTS, and AAC. After updating, users will need to download the latest version of XBMC for the new functionality.

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OUYA set to showcase 12 new games at GDC 2014

OUYA set to showcase 12 new games at GDC 2014

This year's Game Developers Conference is almost upon us and, as expected, we're receiving news and teasers about what to expect. For this year, the OUYA team has prepared to demo 12 titles for its popular Android gaming console of the same name, including Kickstarter poster child "Broken Age" and OUYA exclusive "That Dragon, Cancer".

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OUYA Everywhere puts platform on Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console

OUYA Everywhere puts platform on Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console

Kickstarter success OUYA has made the jump from product to platform, with a deal that will put the open-source console's software on the new Mad Catz M.O.J.O. Micro-Console. Part of the startups' new OUYA Everywhere initiative, announced earlier this week, the agreement will mean all of the games and content that developers have released for OUYA will be available on the M.O.J.O. Micro-Console later this spring, along with a price cut.

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OUYA Everywhere initiative unshackles platform

OUYA Everywhere initiative unshackles platform

Ouya's Founder and CEO Julie Uhrman recently spoke to the folks at Slashdot, talking about the company's Ouya Everywhere initiative, which will be officially announced later this week. During the talks, she revealed some details about the "Everywhere" aspect of the initiative, as well what the company has already sealed.

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Updated Ouya game console gets tweaked controller and 16GB of storage

Updated Ouya game console gets tweaked controller and 16GB of storage

The Ouya game console is one of the biggest success stories to come from Kickstarter. The small Android game console racked up some huge money during its crowd sourced funding campaign to become one of the most successful projects Kickstarter ever saw. Since the project left Kickstarter, it has faced struggles getting traction on the market with gamers.

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Ouya co-founder Muffi Ghadiali leaves the company

Ouya co-founder Muffi Ghadiali leaves the company

Ouya is the product of one of the most successful Kickstarter campaigns the crowd sourced funding site ever produced. The Ouya is a game console that plays Android games on the big screen in your living room. Ouya has since gone into retail outlets.

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OUYA white edition released with a space boost

OUYA white edition released with a space boost

The original black OUYA game console has been out on the market since earlier this year, and here in the Autumn of 2013, the team has released a white edition with double the internal storage space. This machine works with the same hardware besides - Android inside, a wireless controller for games, and a box to connect to your TV containing an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor. This version of the device comes in all white with ever-so-slightly adjusted colors for the buttons and home key.

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OUYA has improved its native controller, but the packaging doesn’t show it

OUYA has improved its native controller, but the packaging doesn’t show it

The iterative, annualized OUYA video game console has fixed the longstanding latency problem with its native controller and made a few subtle but important physical changes to it, reports Polygon. The controller, which was released with OUYA 1.0 in April, had been slow to respond and didn't feel quite right, as reported by the new system's fans. The change was slipped into current OUYA system shipments quietly and without indication on the on-board marketing.

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Ouya Free the Games program gets new rules to close loopholes

Ouya Free the Games program gets new rules to close loopholes

If you follow the Ouya console, you'll remember that it started off as a Kickstarter product. It raised a huge amount of money and has graduated well beyond the fund-raising stage at this point. Ouya started a program called Free the Games in an attempt to get game developers to give exclusives to the console.

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Amazon Android gaming console tipped for arrival this year

Amazon Android gaming console tipped for arrival this year

This seems almost out of left field and very sudden, but it's said that Amazon is working on an Android-powered gaming console, similar to the OUYA, that will see a launch by the end of this year, possibly in time for the holiday shopping season. Details are obviously scarce at this point, but it seems Amazon is looking to sneak their way into the gaming hardware industry.

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