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

by: David GonzalesMay 30, 2013
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.
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BlueStacks announces GamePop: Subscription-based home gaming console for Android

by: David GonzalesMay 10, 2013
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?
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BlueStacks, the software that lets you run Android apps on your desktop, has hit 10 million downloads

by: Brad WardMay 7, 2013
BlueStacks, the software that lets you run Android apps on your desktop, has hit 10 million downloads! Read on to find out more!
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Android apps coming to Microsoft Surface Pro through BlueStacks

by: J. Angelo RacomaFebruary 13, 2013
BlueStacks has released an optimized official emulator for the Microsoft Surface Pro, which lets Android apps run on the Windows 8 tablet platform.
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Lenovo’s Idea laptops will ship with Bluestacks, run Android apps

by: Tanay SoodJanuary 9, 2013
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.
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BlueStacks beta arrives for Mac OS X users, brings the power of Android to Apple users

by: Andrew GrushDecember 27, 2012
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 and overall better stability.
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Bluestacks partners with AMD, brings Android apps to the AMD-powered desktops running Windows 7 and 8

by: Joe HindySeptember 27, 2012
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 applications alongside Windows applications. However, the bigger winner here is AMD-powered tablets. You no longer need to decide if you want Windows or Android, as you can now have both.
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BlueStacks brings Android apps to Mac OS X, too

by: LucianJune 28, 2012

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 source), you can use Android apps on any other operating system.

This is how we got the Alien Dalvik from the Myriad Group, which was originally supposed to work on top of Meego, but that plan went nowhere after Meego was scrapped by Nokia. Myriad then released version 2.0, which came with support for many other non-Android devices, such as TVs, e-book readers, and even iPads.

Then we also have RIM, which has made its own custom Dalvik VM to support Android apps on their QNX tablets, only requiring [...]

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Asus to bundle BlueStacks Android emulator software on its Windows computers

by: Bams SadewoJune 4, 2012

Having secured $7.6 million in funding from several investors a year ago and the financial backing from Qualcomm recently, BlueStacks can finally breathe a sigh of relief after it landed the big break it has been looking for. The start-up company has inked a deal, which CEO Rosen Sharma said will boost the accelerating merger of mobile and PC, with the world’s fifth-biggest PC maker AsusTek to have its software come pre-installed in Asus PC computers. The software allows users to run Android apps on their Windows computers in full-screen mode.

BlueStacks has been hard at work in the last year to improve the compatibility of the software with more Android apps. Some [...]

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BlueStacks reaches beta release; 450,000 Android Apps now on Windows

by: Ankit BanerjeeMarch 29, 2012

With the availability of more and more high-end devices and blazing speed data connections, the growth of the “app culture” has been exponential. The ability to instantly download apps and have almost any information available, literally, at your fingertips is infinitely appealing.

Not to be stopped at providing fun, albeit time-wasting activities on your handset, apps have slowly begun migrating to PCs as well. We’ve already seen a few examples of this, with Angry Birds, one of the most popular app games around, already available on Chrome. Not to be outdone, Microsoft announced the availability of “Cut the Rope” on IE 9.

Although [...]

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