XBMC will turn the $99 Ouya gaming console into a media center - Liliputing (click for full article) "The Ouya is a $99 video game console with an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, and USB ports. It runs Google Android 4.0, comes with a wireless game controller, and it's designed as a low cost platform for playing Android games on a big screen TV. But it can also run apps that aren't games. And that means that you could use the $99 set-top-box for a variety of purposes. One of the most obvious? A media center PC. It turns out there's an app for that. XBMC is a media center app for Windows, Mac, and Linux computers. The developers are working on an Android version, and now they've announced that they're working with the Ouya team to make sure that it runs on the $99 box. This isn't exactly a first... XBMC started out as Xbox Media Center, a project for transforming the original Microsoft Xbox video game console into a media center before the project branched out to support other hardware. XBMC provides a full-screen interface for navigating music, movies, pictures, and other media using a TV and remote control. It also supports dozens of plugins that let you stream media from websites including Hulu, Amazon, Grooveshark, and NPR."