After a small delay, OUYA, the little Android gaming console, is now officially available for purchase from online retailers in the US, UK, and Canada.
Asus is already doing very well in the budget-friendly 7-inch tablet market, courtesy of the massive Nexus 7 box-office hit. However, that doesn’t mean there isn’t enough of the pie left for another of the company’s slates.
Looking to sell your old Android device? Gamestop has expanded its consumer electronics trade-in program to include Samsung and three others.
OUYA will be hitting retail stores in June, and will be priced at $99.99. Target, Best Buy, and Gamestop will all stock the console, as well as online retailer Amazon.
Google on Christmas day has quietly announced via its Google Play Google Plus page that its Play Store Gift Cards are available for purchase from a variety of third-party retail partners including Target, GameStop, Radio Shack and Walmart.
Have you always wanted to buy an Amazon Kindle Fire tablet but somehow still haven’t? Is it because you can’t stop hanging out at GameStop long enough to log on to Amazon.com and make your purchase? Well, today is your lucky day.
GameStop has just announced that it has started selling the Kindle Fire family of tablets “just in time for holiday shopping”.
In recent years, Gamestop has become a whole lot more than just a traditional video game retailer. In addition to gaming, Gamestop has also branched out to movies, mobile electronics, tablets and refurbished iOS devices. Expanding on this strategy even further, the retailer will now carry the Amazon Kindle Fire family as well.
The Wikipad gaming tablet has gone up for pre-order at Gamestop and will start shipping on October 31 for $499 – no more quirky-looking, still bizarrely-named (though we’re sure Julian Assange doesn’t have the time to deal with it right now), but parading some strong specs that make it juicier than ever before.
It looks like the Spawn network won’t be released until the summer of 2013. In addition, Gamestop has also announced that the Spawn cloud gaming service will not make it to consoles, probably due to the unfeasible investment costs required to make that happen.
The Google Nexus 7 Jelly Bean tablet has been officially announced at this year’s Google I/O edition, with Google taking pre-orders on the same day it unveiled the device in late June. By mid-July, the company partnered up with various electronics retailers that have also started taking pre-orders for the device. The Nexus 7 started shipping last Friday, with customers not happy to see some of those retailers beat Google when it came to shipping pre-orders. Since then, we reported that various companies finished their first Nexus 7 allotments on the first days of sales, but the device continued to be…