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Darrell Etherington / TechCrunch:
Samsung Backs GamePop As BlueStacks Adds $13M In New Funding   —  Samsung's venture arm has contributed to a round of funding that adds $13 million to the total raised by BlueStacks, the virtualization startup that debuted its GamePop platform earlier this year to offer over-the-top mobile gaming for living room and TVs.
Jul 24, 2014, 4:10 AMIn context
Jordan Kahn / 9to5Mac:
Android game console GamePop does the unthinkable, brings iOS games to TV with ‘Looking Glass’   —  In case you hadn't heard: BlueStacks, the company with around 10M+ using its technology that brings Android games to PC and Mac, has recently been working on a new dedicated Android gaming console …
Jun 7, 2013, 9:25 AMIn context
Robin Wauters / The Next Web:
BlueStacks prices its OUYA-rivaling GamePop console at $129, expands games line-up   —  When BlueStacks earlier this month unveiled its Android-powered gaming console that is set to compete against OUYA and others, it didn't yet reveal how much its ‘GamePop’ would cost, stopping short of saying it would be “approximately $100″.
May 30, 2013, 1:35 PMIn context
Robin Wauters / The Next Web:
BlueStacks rivals OUYA with GamePop Android console and a $6.99 per month “Netflix for games” service   —  As Kickstarter poster boy OUYA is gearing up to start selling its Android-based video game console in retail stores at the end of next month, backed by a fresh $15 million in VC funding …
May 9, 2013, 12:25 PMIn context

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