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Amazon reportedly readying own-brand Android game console

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.
by David GonzalesAugust 9, 20135

BlueStacks announces the GamePop Mini, a free Android game console

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!
by Andrew GrushJune 28, 20137

GamePop Android gaming console by BlueStacks to cost $129 after free promo offer

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.
by David GonzalesMay 30, 2013

BlueStacks announces GamePop: Subscription-based home gaming console for Android

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?
by David GonzalesMay 10, 2013
 
 

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!
by Brad WardMay 7, 20139

Android apps coming to Microsoft Surface Pro through BlueStacks

BlueStacks has released an optimized official emulator for the Microsoft Surface Pro, which lets Android apps run on the Windows 8 tablet platform.
by J. Angelo RacomaFebruary 13, 20133

Lenovo’s Idea laptops will ship with Bluestacks, run Android apps

All Lenovo Idea (consumer-focused) laptops will ship with the Bluestacks App Player, giving consumers the ability the run over 750,000 Android apps on their laptops.
by Tanay SoodJanuary 9, 20131

BlueStacks beta arrives for Mac OS X users, brings the power of Android to Apple users

Own a Mac but craving for the ability to use Android apps? The Android app player Bluestacks has been out in alpha stages for a while now, but has now reached beta. This means more apps ...
by Andrew GrushDecember 27, 20128

Bluestacks partners with AMD, brings Android apps to the AMD-powered desktops running Windows 7 and 8

Bluestacks has created a partnership with AMD in order to bring Android to AMD-powered devices. This is huge for the computer market, as computers will be able to run Android ...
by Joe HindySeptember 27, 20128

BlueStacks brings Android apps to Mac OS X, too

One of the advantages of running Android apps on top of a virtual machine is that, if you port that VM (which shouldn’t be that hard since the Dalvik VM is open ...
by LucianJune 28, 2012
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