Gaming 2014

2014 gaming news and reviews of the best gaming laptops, accessories, consoles and Android-gaming hardware (Android sticks and media centers).

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Nvidia Shield Now Streams PC Games On the Go

PC gaming is about to hit the road in a big way. Nvidia has announced that its portable Shield consolenow supports GameStream over the Web. That means you'll be able to stream games from any GeForce...

Best Gifts for Gamers

Tis the season to be a gamer. With two new consoles debuting--the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One--it's not going to be easy deciding which system to put under their tree.

Early Shipments of Nvidia's Shield Android Game System Sold Out

Nvidia's Tegra 4-powered gaming handheld, Shield, has seen some success in its relatively short lifetime. So successful, in fact, that you might not be able to get one.

OUYA Gaming Console Review

The Ouya Gaming Console lets you play Android games on your TV with an Xbox-like controller, but this Kickstarter-funded device needs work.

$99 Ouya Hits Shelves, Sold Out at Amazon and GameStop

The wait is finally over. After several delays, the Kickstarter funded Ouyagame console is available for purchase in such big chain retail stores as Target and Best Buy.

Hands-On With Mad Catz Project M.O.J.O.

Mad Catz unleashed some Android-flavored M.O.J.O. on the E3 2013 show floor. And by M.O.J.O., we mean the peripheral maker's entry into the Android console gaming market. As we previously reported, ...

E3 2013 Preview: 5 Things We Expect to See

From the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One to all of the new PC and mobile games you can handle, E3 2013 is sure to be the biggest in years. In preparation for the gaming event to end all gaming events, we...

GamePop Console Promises iOS Games on Your TV

BlueStacks wants todeliver a lot more than Android apps to your TV. The startup has announced that itsGamePop console, launching this winter, will also bring many popular iOS games to your living room.

Mad Catz Project M.O.J.O. Android Gaming Platform to Debut at E3

Move over Sony and Microsoft, Mad Catz is introducing its own gaming system at this year's E3 convention. The platform, dubbed Project M.O.J.O., is an Android micro gaming console and is expected to w...

GamePop Challenges Ouya with $129 Android Console

Ouya better watch its back. BlueStacks, the startup known for bringing Android apps to Macs and PCs, has launched Gamepop, a home console for Android gaming.