The video game emulator -- the bit of software that allows nostalgic button-mashers to mount an NES on their PCs in order to relive halcyon "HADOUKEN!" days -- is one of the most misunderstood elements of modern computing. But we're here to tell you exactly what they are, how they work, and even offer a comprehensive directory of the best ones for your favorite platform. Read on for our...
Ben Heck is an all star in the field of DIY and modding. The man who has turned almost every game console under the sun into a portable system (be it handheld or laptop) now has his own show dedicated to making his fans' DIY dreams into reality. Mr. Heckendorn took time out of his hectic schedule of soldering and ripping things apart to chat with us at Maker Faire this weekend. Read on after the...
iFixit is popular for its teardowns of the latest gadgets, exposing their chips and circuits to the world. This week, though, the site has gone retro, ripping open the RCA Studio II and the Magnavox Odyssey 100. Yesterday, the site spread the innards of the granddaddy of gaming consoles, the Atari 2600, across a table for all to see....
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