Here's something new and intriguing. A new startup company called BlueStacks, has unveiled an early alpha version of their BlueStacks App Player software. This software allows you to install and use Android apps on your Windows based PC without having to modify your Windows OS. Initially, the alpha will be available as a free download, with limited use. This test version comes pre-loaded with ten apps, and can support an extra 26. BlueStacks also has a free Cloud Connect app, that will help you port third-party apps directly from your handset to your computer. Certain apps are currently prohibited in the alpha version, like the popular Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja, but these will be made available later once the finished and paid version of the BlueStacks app is finally released. Above is a video demo/teaser, and below is a download link.
Source: Engadget and BlueStacks