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This week on gdgt OUYA, Aivia Osmium, iOS fragmentation

OUYA Console

The OUYA is a nice idea with a clean design, good menus and the potential for a great games library as developer support picks up. Unfortunately, the whole package is brought down by inferior hardware.
Buy from $99
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DNP This week on gdgt Ouya, Aivia Osmium, iOS fragmentation

So you want to get into video game testing? Don't.

In this week's featured gdgt Central post, we outline eight reasons why you shouldn't try to get into the often-idolized field of video game testing.


Gigabyte Aivia Osmium

Gigabyte Aivia Osmium

Gigabyte's Aivia Osmium mechanical keyboard offers the flexibility to not just give you a gaming edge, but to also double as your everyday keyboard as long as you're willing to pay a little bit more.
Buy from $129
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DNP This week on gdgt Ouya, Aivia Osmium, iOS fragmentation

Is Apple's iOS fragmentation data true to form?

In this week's featured discussion, we ask if Apple's data on iOS fragmentation might be biased towards their latest operating systems because of its reliance on visits to the App Store. If so, does it really matter?
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HP Slate 7

HP Slate 7

HP's first Android-powered tablet may look like Google's Nexus 7, and it's priced the same too, but HP cut too many corners to get that low price. There really aren't a whole lot, if any, redeeming qualities in HP's Android tablet. For the same price, you'd be better off picking up the more well-rounded, and much better, Nexus 7.
Buy from $169
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Huawei MediaPad 7 Youth tablet reaches the FCC