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Mad Catz M.O.J.O. game console gets 4K support through software update

Mad Catz is rolling out a software update for its Android-based M.O.J.O. game console. As expected, the update brings support for an Ouya app letting you use the $200 game console as if it were… Ouya’s $100 game console. That might not sound exciting, but it does give you access to a game store with […]

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Android TV boxes: Tronsmart Vega S89 vs. Rikomagic MK902

A new crop of Android TV boxes featuring Amlogic S802 processors are starting to hit the streets. Like earlier TV boxes, they’re designed to let you run Android apps ranging from Netflix to XBMC to Asphalt 8: Airborne and other games. But Amlogic’s new chip is said to be faster, offer better 3D graphics, and add […]

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Lilbits (5-02-2014): TV boxes, mini PCs, and Chromebooks… oh my!

Another day, another round of cheap boxes that you can plug into your TV to run Android apps on the big screen… including one that looks oddly like a soda can with an eyeball (or webcam) sticking out of it. Meanwhile, as we wait for Asus to officially tell us about its upcoming Chromebook, another […]

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MINIX unveils Neo X8 line of Android TV boxes with Amlogic S802 chips

Android TV box maker MINIX has earned a reputation (among the small group of folks who track these things) for offering products with reliable performance and decent specs. Now the company is introducing two new boxes designed to let you run Android apps on your TV, and they’re the most powerful MINIX boxes yet. The […]