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A new report claims Amazon's long rumored TV set-top "box" will in fact be an HDMI stick or dongle similar in design to Chromecast or Roku's stick but supporting both streaming videos and games.
Images of an alleged Amazon branded game controller have found their way on the Internet, which furthers the rumors that the company is indeed working on a set-top box with support for games.
A new story claims that Amazon's previously rumored game console is still in development and is planned for release sometime in 2014. The Android-based console will reportedly cost less than $300.
Two separate reports claim, via unnamed sources, Amazon is making a game console, with one report saying it could launch this fall on "Black Friday" around the time of the Xbox One and PS4 launches.
The $99 Ouya game console will go on sale in retail stores on June 4th, just over two months after the Android-based console starts shipping to its early Kickstarter backers.
OUYA, the Android-based game console that raised over $8.6 million in a Kickstarter campaign, has announced that the first consoles will ship to those first backers on March 28th.
While Ouya may never dethrone traditional consoles, it's clear from the device's Kickstarter campaign that people also want something different. Voicing your support through your wallet can only help.
A start up project to launch a $99 Android powered game console called Ouya has been discovered and it has some interesting people on board as part of its team.
A new rumor using unnamed sources claims that Nintendo is thinking about changing the name of its next generation game console the Wii U before it is shown again at E3 2012.