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Android Apps Coming To QNX BlackBerry

RIM's new QNX software for BlackBerry which is expected in early 2012 will be Android App compatible and RIM has not publicly announced this feature for its mobile devices, it has announced that the QNX-powered PlayBook tablet will be able to run Android apps. BlackBerry PlayBook tablet will get the long-awaited native email and PIM functionality…
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Nintendo 64 Emulation For Android

N64oid brings Nintendo 64 emulation to Android devices which finally brings emulation of Nintendo 64 games to the platform and it's conveniently available right in the Android Market for $5.99. Nintendo 64 emulator run most games smoothly at a reasonable speed with sound and equires a high-end device such as (Nexus-S, Nexus-One, Droid, Samsung…
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GameBoy Advance Phone Project

The GameBoy Advance phone project was built on the foundation of possibility.Windows Phone Hacker have been working on providing tweaks, special apps and themes, tutorials on changing your operating system and other software-related hacks.......
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NES Emulator Runing On Windows Phone 7

An NES emulator has been ported over for Windows Phone 7 and from the looks of things it runs perfectly fine, but barred from the Marketplace.NES emulator is ported by Matt Bettcher and it runs at 10-20 frames per second on the Samsung Focus.......
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PSX4Droid on the Android Market

The much anticipated Sony PlayStation Emulator PSX4Droid, created by ZodTTD, was released on the Android Market late last night.Unsurprisingly there have been a few minor glitches reported like all emulation software.
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GamePark’s GP2X Caanoo

The Gp2x family is getting a new member this Summer the Gp2X Caanoo.Optimized for wireless gaming and application the Caanoo is another leap from the current Wiz system, taking open source handhelds to a new level......
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RetroN 3 console

The RetroN 3 Video Gaming System is a piece of hardware that gets almost everything right. The red (or black, thankfully) box houses chips capable of playing any NES, SNES or Genesis (Megadrive) games you may still have lying around. Simply slot the cart into the correct top-hole and you can play anything from Streets of Rage through Super Mario…
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