More than a year after BlueStack’s Android gaming set-top box, Gamepop, failed to land in every living room, Samsung has made a large contribution to take Gamepop to the next level.
CES 2014 was this week and a lot of fun stuff happened. This week we talk about Samsung Smart Home, Timely, Aviate, and 5 more Android apps you can’t miss!
Chip manufacturer AMD, in partnership with BlueStacks, will release new tablets and laptops that run Android on Microsoft’s Windows operating system, without the need to dual boot.
Intel is said to be working with some PC makers to put Android apps in virtual machines that would run on regular Windows touch-enabled devices.
The BlueStacks App Player has finally been upgraded from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich.
According to unnamed sources cited in a recent report, Amazon is currently developing an Android game console that will be on the market before 2014 hits.
A free Android game console? No, it’s not crazy talk. BlueStacks has now announced its GamePop Mini, a free game system with a monthly subscription model. Read on to learn more!
BlueStacks has revealed how much it plans to charge for the GamePop after its free promo offer finally ends next month: $129 per unit plus the monthly fee.
BlueStacks has announced a subscription-based game onsole called GamePop to give users a free console and controller as part of a monthly subscription. Is it worth it?
BlueStacks, the software that lets you run Android apps on your desktop, has hit 10 million downloads
BlueStacks, the software that lets you run Android apps on your desktop, has hit 10 million downloads! Read on to find out more!