The move would be huge expansion for Android, which has remained primarily on smartphones and tablets.
Additionally, the sources claim Google is building a second version of its failed media-streaming orb, the Nexus Q.
As of the last month, Android is now on 75 percent on all smartphones and 57 percent of tablets, beating out rival Apple handily.
If the gaming console comes to fruition, it would likely put the kibosh on Ouya and other cheap Android-based consoles that have recently reached the market.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 27 Jun 2013 20:14