To make it up to its customers, OUYA is offering a $13.37 in-store credit, realizing that they have learned a lot from their past and will continue to make themselves better. It is certainly a great gesture of accepting that it did fail and now hoping to start off afresh, and offering some amount of money is a sign of good faith.
I’ve been working with desktops for years, every time there is some big advancement in laptops people say desktops are done, but it has yet to happen. Desktops are not done by any means, “they’ve just been boring” says the developers of the Xi3 Modular Computer Project. They want to change the way computers a built, serviced, and upgraded. They have taken their latest project to Kickstarter where they are looking to raise a quarter of a million dollars.