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The PocketCHIP Is An Excellent Introduction To Absurdly Cheap Computing

The PocketCHIP Is An Excellent Introduction To Absurdly Cheap Computing ’s PocketCHIP turns its tiny computer into a portable gaming machine, music editor and learning tool.Other people, more tech-savvy people, would be creating robots and emulator boxes and Pipboys with this thing.

Nvidia, not AMD, will power the Nintendo NX

Nvidia, not AMD, will power the Nintendo NX For over a year, conventional wisdom has predicted that AMD would win the Nintendo NX contract and cement its hold on the console industry.By making the NX a mobile console, Nintendo will have inevitably sacrificed top-end performance — and Nvidia’s Tegra X1, with four Cortex-A57 cores at 1.

Nintendo isn’t working on another 3DS, but hasn’t ruled out a next-gen handheld

Nintendo isn’t working on another 3DS, but hasn’t ruled out a next-gen handheld Ever since the Game Boy, Nintendo has kept its focus on both the handheld and home console market.Since the upcoming Nintendo Switch is an amalgamation of the two, what does this mean for a dedicated handheld platform?

Sony files patent for new handheld that looks a lot like a Nintendo Switch

Sony files patent for new handheld that looks a lot like a Nintendo Switch For gamers who are in love with their PS Vita’s there might be hope for the future.More: Simple PS Vita homebrew exploit gives access to hobbyist-created games, apps NeoGAF user ponpo is the one who spotted the patent.

Opinion: Apple just made its best iPhone even better

Opinion: Apple just made its best iPhone even better In doing so, it’s transformed the iPhone SE into the best iPhone on the market, in my personal opinion, even if the guts of the chip are now 18 months old.Here’s why: First, the iPhone SE is still the easiest iPhone to grip and use with one hand.

Nintendo would really prefer it if you didn't call its left Joy-Con design issue a 'design issue'

Nintendo would really prefer it if you didn't call its left Joy-Con design issue a 'design issue' Ever since the Nintendo Switch launched, there have been issues reported with its left Joy-Con controller.Unlike the right Joy-Con, which had its own separate antenna, the left Joy-Con’s antenna was part of the circuit board and partly shielded by the player’s hand.