Twenty-seven years after introducing the world’s first graphing calculator, Casio has developed its most sophisticated educational Game Boy ever. Indeed, the new Casio fx-CP400’s 320×528 resolution screen isn’t just colour — it’s a freaking touchscreen that flips from vertical to horizontal. That’s a far cry from the drab 94×64 display on the the Casio fx-7000G from 1985.
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The sounding rocket you can see above will be launched from NASA's Wallops Flight Facility on December 4, and according to NASA it "will be MUSIC to the ears of aspiring and early career engineers testing new space technology on a suborbital vehicle." That's because the name of the payload stands for because the name of the payload stands for Multiple User Suborbital Instrument Carrier (MUSIC).
No? Fine, gonna munch on some rocks until then.
Last Saturday, hundreds of adults and children attended the PixelCon 2 retro gaming event in Budapest, Hungary, organised by Insert Coin. Fans of old school gaming consoles, outdated personal computers, ancient video games, legendary computing machines and handheld electronic games came together to enjoy several decades' worth of classic gaming for the day.