New Commodore-branded Android phone lets you revisit the gaming classics of yesteryear.
An unofficial Nintendo N64 iPhone emulator has started doing the rounds amongst the hacking and jailbreaking community this week, featuring wireless support via Bluetooth for Nintendo's Wii Remote.
Nintendo aims to get tough on piracy (and touch on the causes of piracy) looking very closely at possible copyright infringements related to Nintendo games on mobile phones this month.
The new iPhone 3GS has been spotted in the wild running Sony PSP and Nintendo DS emulators running games such as the classic Final Fantasy VII and Pokemon.
Nostalgia geeks with iPhones will be disappointed to hear that Apple has rejected a new Commodore 64 iPhone emulator app this month.
Computer historians and researchers at Portsmouth University in the UK are developing a software emulator that will recognise and play all types of videogames and computer files from the 1970s through to the present day.