Google and Hisense Team Up and Announce New Set Top Box: Hisense Pulse

If you’re looking for an Apple TV killer, look no further than the Hisense Pulse, created in a joint initiative by Google and Hisense. The pulse device, pictured below has a similar size to the one of the Roku and Apple TV, two big players on the set top box market. However, this one runts on Android-based Google TV software. The pulse comes... 

UK Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 OTA Brings S-Pen Enabled Apps and Games

Samsung barely announced the release of a bunch of apps and games exclusive to the Galaxy Note 10.1 and already they are available. Some of the exclusive apps and games are designed to take advantage of the S-Pen features. These are: WIRED: Note Edition, Drop the Beat, Trace Face and few more. Note 10.1 debuted in the UK last week and already a new... 

Major Leak For the International Samsung Galaxy SIII. First Official Jelly Bean ROM Now Available for Download (Video)

One of the first non-Nexus devices that is expected to be upgraded to Android – Jelly Bean is Samsung’s current flagship device – the Galaxy SIII. It is important for manufacturers to get the fact that the next major release from Google holds many improvements and most of them seem to get the picture. Updates for the popular flagship... 

Homemade Android Arcade Cabinet is Way Too Cool, Smells Like DIY (Video)

We’ve seen arcade cabinets before, reasons to imagine you’re back in the 80s or even 70s, playing classic games like Street Fighter or Pacman, but this is the first time I’ve seen an Android-based device like this. This cabinet is based on Android 4.0.4, it has a Tegra 2 CPU and 1GB of RAM. It’s basically the Lenovo K1 tablet... 

Handheld Android Gaming Console Now Available for $106

There’s not only the Wikipad Android gaming tablet out there, but also the Ouya cube and now yet another handheld Android gaming console. Meet the JXD S5100 Android handheld unit, that goes for $106 and it’s available now. The S5100 gizmo reminds me a bit of a Nintendo DS, but it only has a single screen and no hinged lid. The product is... 

Android Gets Ported to Raspberry Pi, Rivals the Ouya and Nexus Q Now (Video)

Over the past month or so, the web has been filled with details about certain tiny devices with Android, such as the Nexus Q “ball” or the Ouya gaming device with the size of a Rubik’s cube. Now the famous Raspberry Pi, another very small computer gets its share of Android 4.0 via a port. An update on the Raspberry Pi blog shows a... 

Wikipad Gaming Tablet Gets Specced

With the Ouya gaming cube, the Archos gaming tablet and older Wikipad gaming slate, the Android world is starting to become a real threat for consoles. Now the Wikipad tablet got some fresh details, after laying in mystery for many months. Early this year the device was announced and shown in prototype form and now the tablet gets some actual specs. The... 

Nexus Q Now Shipping in 3 to 5 Business Days. Available on the Play Store

Following Google I/O Day 1, when the Nexus Q was first announced, the device has stirred a lot of¬†interest from people wanting to either own it or test its capabilities. The developer¬†community, with some of them getting a Nexus Q during the Google event, already hacked the device to run some of the Android games and apps. Google encouraged hacking... 

Android Device Turned Gaming Console… Wow! (Video)

If you’re too cheap to pay $100 for the Ouya Android game console, you can turn your Android device into a console. Pretty cool, right? In order to turn that device into said console, you need to use an emulator for the older titles and also for new ones from other gaming platforms. You can hook up the phone to the TV, rely on your SNES emulator... 

Ouya Android Games Console is A Wet Dream Turned Real, Now Gets Millions in Funding

While people are dreaming about a customized Nexus Q with the ability to play games and stream them on big screen TVs, there’s actually a more appealing project going on. I’m talking about the Ouya Android games console, that The Guardian says it’s not closer to reality, thanks to a $2.3 million in funding on Kickstarter. The funding... 

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