Hasbro brings back lo-fi LCD Tiger Electronics games

I was in Target recently, and I noticed a lot of retro-gaming products. Nintendo has half an aisle dedicated to its apparel. I found a stack of Arcade1Up’s excellent cabinets ready to go. And then I saw handheld adaptations of classics like Pac-Man and Galaga. Target must think these products …

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Battery charging meets machine learning

Enlarge / The seemingly simple act of charging is getting increasingly complex. Batteries tend to involve lots of trade-offs. You can have high capacity, but it means more weight and a slower charge. Or you can charge quickly and see the lifetime of your battery drop with each cycle. There …

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Embracer acquires karaoke-game dev Voxler

If television has taught me anything, it is that every human yearns to be on a karaoke reality show. American Idol, The Masked Singer, and The Voice are all massively popular. So surely a market exists for karaoke video games. That way we can all prepare in the privacy of our own …

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Bitcoin Pizza and Our Decentralized Future

Blockchain, digital currencies, and DLTs have been at the forefront of conversations this past year. During 2019 we’ve seen consistent growth throughout the entire industry landscape driven by new enterprise implementations & business models, increased venture funding, and decentralized application (DApps). These trends show no signs of slowing down if …

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