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 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.
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!
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.
This DIY hack does what modders have been doing with NES controllers for years, and then adds an awesome twist. First of all, it's a USB controller that lets you play classic Nintendo games on your laptop. The cool part is there's an emulator crammed inside the controller and it contains all the software and ROMs…
StyleTap's proof-of-concept Palm OS emulator for iPhone and iPod touch makes us scratch our heads asking ourselves "why?" but we are sure it would make all Palm users very happy. All the five of them, including Rob from accounts. It's quite fast, as you will see in the video: 423% faster than a Palm IIIc.…