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Wednesday, 08 August 2012 13:12

XBMC joins OUYA project

Written by Slobodan Simic

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To give it a neat media player


With less than 24 hours left for backing the OUYA console project at Kickstarter, Fuseproject managed to get over 7.6 million of funding from over 57k of backers and has now got the XBMC to join in the project and bring its neat media player to console.

In case you somehow managed to miss it, the XBMC is an award-winning free and open source (GPL) software media player and hub for digital media available for several different platforms and it will be available on the OUYA console at launch. To ensure perfect compatibility, Fuseproject will provide an early prototype to XBMC team.

In addition to XBMC, Fuseproject also partnered up with TuneIn, a free music, sports and news free service with over 70k stations and two million on-demand programs.

With less than 24 hours for pledging at Kickstarter, Fuseproject also release a couple of new pictures of the actual console and the controller.

You can check out the original post over at Fuseproject's Kickstarter page.

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