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Google Moving Into Console & Watch Territory

Google Moving Into Console & Watch Territory

The Wall Street Journal has reported that the big search box company in the sky (they do exist on earth, trust us) Google are developing both an Android-based video game console alongside an Android-based wristwatch.

Reading more of the report reveals that the console and watch are being developed to help the company beat Apple to the bunch, another high profile company that many believe may have been developing their own console and smart watch for some time now.

Another source states that Google have been keeping watch of the Ouya, an Android powered console which launched earlier this week across the globe and saw stock vanish within the first day on sale from both Amazon and GameStop due to popular demand. Both retailers have since been given more stock.

[Source: Wall Street Journal via Joystiq & Eurogamer]

 

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