The Ouya is teeming with potential, but potential only gets you so far. The Ouya team understands this and is now working to help fund exclusive games for its Android-powered game system. Keep reading to learn more!
Android 4.2.2 -powered exercise equipment is all the rage, apparently. The Peloton Exercise Bike surpassed its $250,000 Kickstarter funding goal today.
The Spinpod is a new Kickstarter-funded device that wants to help you take better panorama shots and record impressive time-lapse videos.
We usually don’t get behind an iOS kickstarter, but when I spoke to the Pixel Press team, they were really excited for Android. They were starting to see potential in the openness of the platform, and pointed to things like Ouya and the recent update to Play Games as benefits to Android development. Are you planning on backing this kickstarter?
OUYA’s retail release date has been pushed back to June 25 due to unprecedented demand. On the plus side, the company has managed to attract a new $15 million investment to support game development.
What if you could take a drawing of the level, which you might do anyway, and make it a reality? If Pixel Press has their way, you will. What starts as a drawing on graph paper quickly becomes a game on your tablet or phone. We think it’s great. What about you?
The Casetop Kickstarter project wants to help you turn your smartphone (which could be almost any possible Android smartphone) into a laptop. Find out how!
The UDOO mini Arduino computer is able to run Android or Linux, and it’s currently raising money via Kickstarter.
If you’ve ordered a black Pebble watch and you haven’t received it so far, you should be happy to hear that the remaining orders are shipping to customers now.
A new Kickstarter campaign raises money for a “mini MicroSD reader” that can be used with the Nexus 7 and a variety of other Android tablets and smartphones.