The NES Classic Edition system is a miniaturized version of the groundbreaking NES, originally released in 1985.
Over 30 years ago, Nintendo released the Nintendo Entertainment System. In 2016, it's releasing a miniature, digital version of the same console: the NES Classic Edition.
The Phab 2 Pro. The Phab 2 Pro utilizes Tango technology to give apps new augmented reality capabilities.
Over the last few months, we have worked closely with app developers to create a wide variety of smartphone based augmented reality apps. Our app incubator program supported a wide range of developers — from Crayola Color Blaster to Ghostly Mansions — to create new ways to do more, play more and explore more with your phone. You can experience these apps today with the Phab 2 Pro, available now on Lenovo.com.
Once you have your phone, just open the Tango app or Google Play to see all the Tango apps available for you to explore. Here are some of the experiences you can have with your Tango-enabled device:
Nintendo's NES classic The Legend of Zelda is 30 years old this year, and what better way to celebrate it than to drag it kicking and screaming from its console origins, right to your browser.The Legend of Zelda 30-Year Tribute is an open-source version of the original game built in WebGL — playable on web and mobile browsers — and rendered in voxels, giving the NES game's pixel graphics a chunky "2.5D" makeover that makes it look like Nintendo's classic re-imagined in Minecraft.
If you're a gamer that keeps an ear to the ground, the news of revamped flagship consoles for both Sony's Playstation 4 and Microsoft's Xbox One won't surprise you. While previous sources have claimed that new consoles are coming, none of them have given any idea as to when we could actually see these consoles. Now, some semblance of timing may available to us all.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Sony's revamped Playstation 4 will be announced and perhaps launched before its own VR headset sees a release. The publication says it has its own sources that affirm Sony's push to get a new console out that would improve, but not replace, its current flagship console. Given that Sony intends to release the Playstation VR later this year, and assuming the report is accurate, the "PS4.5" could release as early this fall.