Meet the PiS2: A PS2 Portable Built with a Raspberry Pi 2 Server

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Redditor and modder darkwingmod has posted a video of his new, homemade Sony PS2 portable — which isn’t actually a thing Sony ever built, but after seeing this, possibly should have been. According to posts he’s made, the well-named “PiS2” […]

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Meet the PiS2: A PS2 Portable Built with a Raspberry Pi 2 Server

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Redditor and modder darkwingmod has posted a video of his new, homemade Sony PS2 portable — which isn’t actually a thing Sony ever built, but after seeing this, possibly should have been. According to posts he’s made, the well-named “PiS2” […]

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Pour One Out for the Dreamcast, Sega’s Awesome, Quirky, Gone-Too-Soon Console

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. On September 9, 1999, Sega launched the Dreamcast in North America — it’s last, best hope for relevance in the console market. The console, which was intended to put Sega on a more even footing against competitors like Sony, wound […]

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Pour One Out for the Dreamcast, Sega’s Awesome, Quirky, Gone-Too-Soon Console

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. On September 9, 1999, Sega launched the Dreamcast in North America — it’s last, best hope for relevance in the console market. The console, which was intended to put Sega on a more even footing against competitors like Sony, wound […]

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AMD Will Pay $12.1M to Settle Bulldozer CPU False Marketing Claims

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. Back in 2015, AMD was sued by a pair of individuals claiming that the company lied when it sold Bulldozer products to customers. The lawsuit — which I have always believed is without technical merit — essentially conflated being disappointed […]

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The Void’s Curtis Hickman on scaling, creative IP and the future of VR experiences – gpgmail

What can you do with virtual reality when you have complete control of the physical space around the player? How “real” can virtual reality become? That’s the core concept behind The Void. They take over retail spaces in places like Downtown Disney and shopping malls around the country and turn them into virtual reality playgrounds, […]

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Microsoft: Xbox Next Will Bring Faster Load Times, 60fps, Backward Compatibility

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. The next console generation is less than 18 months away, and Microsoft is starting to share a little more information about what it’s prioritizing for the next generation of Xbox consoles. Playability, load times, and backward compatibility for controllers and […]

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How a Swedish saxophonist built Kobalt, the world’s next music unicorn – gpgmail

You may not have heard of Kobalt before, but you probably engage with the music it oversees every day, if not almost every hour. Combining a technology platform to better track ownership rights and royalties of songs with a new approach to representing musicians in their careers, Kobalt has risen from the ashes of the […]

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