Tagged With emulators

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Do you remember the first computer game you played? What about the first program you downloaded? Unless you've just emerged Brendan-Fraser-in-Encino Man-style from the earth, wholly unaware of computers (in which case, I have several questions for you), your early digital distractions are probably years, if not decades old by now.

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Google and Apple can pitch them as productivity tools all they want, but the real reason anyone would strap a smartwatch to their wrist is as a more covert way to kill time and avoid boredom. So it's good to know that when your Twitter and Facebook feeds run dry, you can always boot up a Game Boy emulator on your Android Wear watch to stay distracted.

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Popular Android emulator developer "yongzh" has had all of his apps yanked from Android Market without warning, he told users today, signaling that Google's recent bans (started last month at the behest of Sega) are all but over.

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The telltale lowercase letter. The word Amiga. Yes, it's a fully working Commodore Amiga emulator for iPhone and it'll be launching soon - pending deals with the original software publishers to ensure it's all 100 per cent legal and legit.

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This isn't the first multitouch deejaying we've seen, but something about seeing this guy navigate his transparent control station - a homebrew touchscreen running a Traktor Pro MIDI controller called Emulator - really makes me want to do the robot.

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Developers at KLab have built an NES emulator for the Kindle. It's more awful than you could possibly imagine.