Along with its duties of maintaining copies of important news, literature, scientific information, and old MySpace pages, the Internet Archive also loves to create emulations for you to fiddle with inside your browser. Today, the lovable non-profit organization has made it easy for you to relive the glory years of the…
I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t obsessed with retro video games. That’s one of the reasons I was so excited about the NES Classic Edition; it’s also why I spent my Thanksgiving documenting how to put together a Raspberry Pi-based mini SNES instead of brining turkeys. But building an emulation console from…
Apple is going to block a loophole that allowed people to play classic video games and run unapproved apps on iOS 8 without jailbreaking. If you love yourself an emulator, you're going to want to hold off on updating to iOS 8.1.
If you're tired of modern computing this morning, how about starting your day using an Amiga 500? Thanks to Google developer Christian Stefansen you can do just that, and it's awesome.
The long-awaited Android app player for BlackBerry has been demonstrated by a developer, giving PlayBook owners a future reason to stay loyal. It's Android, in a little window, courtesy of RIM's BBX 2.0 OS. [MacBerry via BGR via Gizmodo UK]
N64oid, a Nintendo 64 emulator, will let you indulge your nostalgia wherever you go. Though other video game emulators for Android devices exist, nothing else can bring you this kind of 64-bit gaming goodness. $6. [Android Market]
This isn't the first multi-touch DJing we've seen, but something about watching this guy navigate his transparent control station—a homebrew touchscreen running a Traktor Pro controller called Emulator—really makes me want to do the robot. [PabloMartin via Engadget]
The SuperNES emulator for iPad is extremely fast and, according to Snes4iphone developer ZodTTD, "it looks, sounds, and plays great." The best thing: It's just a quick port of the iPhone version. The worst thing: It's not an official app.
It's been over two years since we first heard of StyleTap, a Palm OS emulator for the iPhone. Now the app is finally available through Cydia, meaning you'll have to spend $50 and jailbreak your iPhone. [StyleTap via Engadget]
Today's Remainders are gelled, tanned, and fist-pumping: Dell pulls ads from World's Greatest TV Show (Jersey Shore); Facebook tempts spouses to cheat; Apple approves, pulls an NES emulator; and a recipe for bacon cups. That's right, cups made of bacon.
If hacking your N900 to make it run Palm's Garnet OS applications is your cup of oolong: good news! The Garnet VM Beta 5 emulator is compatible with the N900. [ACCESS via PalmInfoCenter]
Alright, Nokia. We know you've ben hurting since N-Gage passed away, but apparently in your despair you forgot that Nintendo wouldn't take kindly to a promo video featuring emulated SNES games. Oops!
After being smacked down not once, but twice by the ridiculous App Store approval process, Manomio's fully-licensed Commodore 64 emulator is back in the App Store.
If you visited the Giz Gallery this year, you might have witnessed the electrifying (and slightly terrifying) musical spectacle that is ArcAttack. Well, now they have an emulator on their website that allows you to make music of your own.
I have the feeling that DS Sys—a Nintendo DS emulator—is not going to last long at the iTunes App Store. Not because it can play DS games—it can't—but because it looks and acts exactly like a Nintendo DS.
Although the Datel Blue Tool boots your PSP 300 into service mode, it's not a real service mode that let's you install and run homebrew. This latest TIFF Exploit, however, is one step closer.
No DS Lite for my kids—they're getting this Chinavasion emulator handheld console so that they can experience the NES, SNES, Genesis, Game Boy Advance and Neo Geo just like their father did.
Considering the heaps of information available about BlackBerry's new touchscreen phone, including our full hands-on report, there will be little surprise left for consumers when the devices actually ship. Using BlackBerry's new Storm emulation software, released along with a suite of new development tools for the…
If you can't wait for the T-Mobile G1's release, or just couldnt figure out if it's available or not and missed your chance to pre-order, T-Mobile has released a pretty full-featured emulator to play around with. It doesn't have everything (GPS is missing and a few functions just give an error message) but it'll give…
From the look of the finished result pic below, I was reminded of Club Nintendo SNES Classic Controller (Japan only), and became insanely jealous all over again.