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Watch out, Ouya, a new challenger has entered the ring to bring mobile games to TV screens.
If you're a fan of running Android apps on your computer, well you've got a lot of company.
A monster of a funding round-up that brings venture capital.
Add Intel Capital to the growing list of companies eager to work with Bluestacks.
BlueStacks is launching its Android app player for Windows 8, giving Surface owners access to hundreds of thousands of Android apps.
Bluestacks' Android app player will now be pre-installed on Lenovo's Idea-branded PCs, covering around 40 million systems.
Talk about irony: With the latest version of Bluestacks' mobile app player, Mac users will be able to run just about any Android app -- even though there's still no method for running iOS apps on OS X.
AMD is making a big bet on Android apps, thanks to technology from BlueStacks.
Having an Android device is no longer a requirement for Asus device owners that want access to the vast library of Android apps thanks to a new partnership between Asus and Bluestacks announced today.
Bluestacks is an incredibly cool company …
Bluestacks’ grand vision of letting you run Android apps on Windows is one step closer to reality. The company today has released a free beta version of its software, which now supports most of Android’s 450,000 apps.
The new release …
After gaining notoriety for bringing Android apps to Windows 7, plucky startup Bluestacks is setting its sights on Windows 8, the company announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today.
But BlueStacks isn’t just porting its software over to the new …
BlueStacks, which lets users run Android applications on most Windows PCs, has raised $10.6 million in its first round of funding.
The round was disclosed in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing did not indicate which …