The clash of consoles is underway,
Watch out, Ouya, a new challenger has entered the ring to bring mobile games to TV screens.
Kleiner Perkins partner Bing Gordon will join Ouya's board.
Repair company iFixit takes a look inside the Ouya and finds a highly repairable device.
The microconsole could potentially spark the return of the bedroom coder.
The Ouya is more powerful than a Nexus 7 but is nowhere near a Galaxy S IV's performance.
We spent some time playing with both Android-powered microconsoles at the 2013 Game Developers Conference. Here's how they stack up.
Ouya rewarded its most loyal fans with the first consoles ahead of the formal retail launch.
Ouya's about 10 games ready now and dozens that will be available shortly. By its retail launch in June, the company promises hundreds.
Mobile gaming’s relationship to consoles will continue to evolve.
Nvidia continues to invest in companies that can make use of its graphics processors and mobile devices.
The perfect GDC plan: go out and find something wonderful.
The tiny and quiet PC gaming rig from Xi3 finally gets a price tag.
The company shows that Ouya is still gathering momentum as the little console among the living room giants.
Editor's Pick We weigh the disappointments and the triumphs of Sony's big reveal.
The tiny Android-based console will begin shipping to customers in April.
Developers are going crazy for the Android-based microconsole.
With $20 billion in revenue, Qualcomm is creating the mobile platforms that game developers will soon care about, if they don't already.
Editor's Pick Game investments were red hot in the first half, but slowed after Zynga's sinking market value crushed valuations.
It’s a business model more akin to mobile devices like Apple’s iPad than home video game systems.