Oh yes folks, there’s (yet again) more news surrounding OUYA’s $99 indie gaming console. After passing $6.5M in funding on Kickstarter, OUYA is now partnering with iHeartRadio to release its HTML5 app on the console. Keep in mind that the company only just teamed up with VEVO and also recently announced an important partnership with cloud gaming company OnLive days ago. Like the other partnerships, optimizing iHeartRadio’s HTML5 app likely wont take too much time for either company, especially as browser functionality appears to be built right into the Android-based console. Read the full story at The Next Web.
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