Ouya is a $100 Android-based game console that encourages hacking
Where did this come from? A new game console that's not built by Nintendo, Sony or Microsoft? You read that right. A new game console is entering the ring. Meet the Ouya.
What exactly is Ouya? Scooped up by The Verge, Ouya is a console that connects to a TV and comes with a dev kit that is "built to be hacked."
"Any developer will be able to publish games, claims the listing, and all games will be free to play."
Lending merit to the Ouya is the fact that the console is being drawn up by Jawbone Jambox and One Laptop Per Child designer Yves Behar. The Verge also says "Ed Fries of Xbox fame, Amol Sarva of Peek, Peter Pham of Color, and counts Julie Uhrman of IGN as its founder and CEO. There's also a gentleman named Muffi Ghadiali, who appears to be leaving Amazon's Lab126 where he helped ship Kindle."
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