Razer is one of the biggest names when it comes to the PC gaming, but it looks like the smartphone market may have to make some room for it, too.
The quirky little Nextbit Robin is no more. Well, at least support for it is.
Nextbit has officially announced that it will no longer support the Robin. It’s unknown if this includes future software updates, which the company promised will continue until February ... Read More »
Razer is no stranger to smartphones, having bought Nextbit earlier this year. Now reports are saying the company might be building a phone specifically for gamers.
The company already has mobile apps for its services like Cortex as well as Read More »
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Nextbit managed to get plenty of attention with its first and only smartphone, the Robin, thanks to its focus on seamless cloud backup and an interesting, eye-catching hardware design.
But the longevity of that approach has never been ignored, and getting acquired by a larger company always seemed like a possibility. Sure enough, ... Read More »
Now before you get too crazy with your plotting, the deal is restricted to peripherals and accessories and is limited to one item per customer. If you are looking to score a new PC from Razer, they will have some at 30% off, but all of these deals are “while supplies last,” so you are ... Read More »
When Razer bought OUYA, the company basically acquired the team, the platform, and the assets of OUYA. This did not include anything else, like OUYA’s Free the Games initiative. This is where the problems began.
The Free the Games initiative sought to pay ... Read More »
Announced in a press release, Ouya, the Android-based home video game console, is now a part of Razer, the peripheral company who has had an interest in Android for some time now. As a part of the ... Read More »
Android TV was a big deal when it was announced at Google I/O 2014, but since then, it hasn’t garnered a lot of attention. But now the first set-top boxes are starting to arrive, and one of the most anticipated has become available. Razer’s Forge TV is an Android TV set-top box that’s ... Read More »
Last week, it was rumored that gaming peripheral manufacturer Razer was planning to buy Ouya, creator of the not-so-popular Android console of the same name. Turns out, that’s exactly what is going to happen. Unfortunately, neither Razer nor Ouya got to announce it themselves.
Mesa Global, Ouya’s ... Read More »
Ouya was the first of its kind, an Android-based console that gained massive popularity in its Kickstarter phase. It raised $8.6 million, a new record for Kickstarter at the time, and promised to deliver so much. And to be fair, it delivered a lot of what was promised.
At release, it was a solid gaming ... Read More »