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Mad Catz working with Nvidia to add GameStream to M.O.J.O console

11/11, 7:57am

Streaming PC games to Android console could happen after launch

Mad Catz is working with Nvidia to add its GameStream technology to the M.O.J.O. Android game console. The device, shipping on December 10th, could see the same in-home game streaming technology used in the Nvidia Shield handheld console added to the low-cost Android device shortly after it goes on sale.

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Mad Catz shipping M.O.J.O. Android game console on December 10

10/08, 1:23pm

Tegra 4 game console to use Google Play, other stores for apps

Game peripheral producer Mad Catz has revealed that it will be releasing its Android-powered game console on December 10. The M.O.J.O Micro-Console is able to display Android apps and games on a television, with apps downloaded from Google Play, rather than the platform-specific store approach favored by competitors GameStick and Ouya.

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HP intros webOS in-app purchasing, takes webOS 3.0 apps

06/02, 11:30am

HP webOS 3 gets in-app purchasing and submissions

HP helped build up to the launch of the TouchPad by adding heavily requested support for in-app purchasing. Much like Android and iOS, webOS 3.0 apps will have the option of extra content. Developers who have a registered account can start adding code immediately and will get the option of an in-app review in about two weeks, supporting notions that the TouchPad is due to ship in a similar timeframe.

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HP promises TouchPad will run older webOS apps in a shell

02/11, 10:30am

HP TouchPad, webOS 3 to run legacy apps

HP developer Ben Combee promised late Thursday that the TouchPad would run older webOS apps. The tablet and any other webOS 3.0 devices would run apps built in the old Mojo kit as-is, with an onscreen gesture space to make up for a small app running on the much larger screen. They won't scale up, however.

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Palm webOS gets classic apps, cloud sync

04/02, 2:25am

WebOS Classic and Sync

Palm today took aggressive steps to expand support for the webOS by adding legacy support, Internet sync, a larger developer program and new third-party apps it says showcase the new mobile platform. The company has revealed that outside firm MotionApps has developed a utility known as Classic that emulates support for PalmOS software. Like its rough equivalent in Apple's Mac OS X, it creates a virtual environment that works with "most" apps; the change to a full touchscreen OS requires that MotionApps put in simulated buttons. It should launch at the same time as the Pre, which should ship to Sprint in late spring.

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