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As the year comes to an end and CES is just around the corner, it means that the next wave of consumer electronics are about to shown to the world. In 2012 we saw a lot of improvements in different areas of tech as well some re-inventions of existing products. With 2013 upon us, let’s look ahead at what may be coming our way over the next few months and even months away. Disclaimer: These are just my personal opinions based on what I’m reading and seeing happen right now. * We’re already...
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Could the 8pen touch text input app have potential on the Ouya? It would be nice to have an alternative option to using an on screen keyboard or a Bluetooth/USB keyboard. It could utilize the touch pad built in the controller. Just an idea.
The Kickstarter drive for the Ouya game console wraps up next Thursday, August 9, so if you haven't gotten your pledges in now's the time to do so. http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/ouya/ouya-a-new-kind-of-video-game-console We've previously wondered if a project like Ouya could succeed, and while that answer is still forthcoming, the project has attracted a great number of interest that had led to some significant developments which will only help:
Ouya launched their Kickstarter yesterday, and blew through their goal of $950K in one day, reaching nearly $3 million as of the writing of this post, and there's still a month to go. With so much extra money dropped in their laps (with possibly much more forthcoming), the Ouya team sent out an email regarding their stretch goals, as in, what should they do with all the extra money, given that the initial production run is now paid for? If you are a backer, or a potential backer, what personally,...
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The Ouya is an Android game console that will be open to developers, hackable by its users, and offer free games—all for an enticing $99 price tag. It's being designed by Yves Behar (OLPC, Jawbone) and has Ed Fries (Xbox), Amol Sarva (Peek), Peter Pham (Color), and Julie Uhrman (IGN) backing it up. All of this sounds like an absolute dream, but there's a reason it's been only a dream to this point. The cheap, open console idea has been tried before, most notably with the Indrema over 10 years...
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