Play Sega Genesis Games on Android

The Sega Genesis was my very first game console. What my gaming PC is to me now, was what my Sega Genesis meant to me back in 1999 (if that makes sense). There are so many old titles that I used to love playing. And those cartridges…damn…I loved those cartridges. The best thing was that there used to be a huge bin at stores like GameStop, where I could easily pick up a bunch of them for under $10.

Play Dreamcast Games on Android

Ah, the Sega Dreamcast, it brings back old memories. Who am I kidding, I never had the Dreamcast myself. So unfortunately, my personal experience is limited to the only game (Sonic Adventures) that I have ever played on it. But, what I do know is that you can play Dreamcast games on Android! What You Will Need: Reicast or use This One if you are running a Lollipop Device and Experience Crashes with the Play Store version.

6 Fun Facts About Android

Android is full of surprises! Even when you think you know everything something new gets discovered. While you might be up to date with all the latest information, I am going to attempt to astonish you with 6 fun facts about android that you probably didn’t know. 1. The Android Logo used to be scary We all know that Bugdroid is the official Android logo. However, before Android was officially launched, dandroid was the temporary logo used to represent the operating system.

LG G4 Quick Review

tl;dr The LG G4 is seriously one of the best Android smartphones of 2015. It might not have the most attractive design on the outside and in the UI, but it is very responsive and can last you through a whole day with moderate-heavy usage. The LG G4 Quick Review: Here is a quick review of the LG G4. Screen: The LG G4 has a 2560x1440p display. LG calls it a quantum HD display.

How to Play PS2 Games on Chromebook

I always said to never underestimate the power of Chromebooks, and here is another reason not to. You can play play PlayStation 2 Games on your Chromebook. In order to do this, you will need to have Linux** installed on your Chromebook. **We are going to use the popular PCSX2 emulator for Linux. So it’s also important that you have an Intel powered chromebook. Now, one word of advice.

LG G4 Gaming Performance

LG G4 Gaming Performance: Here is a quick look at the LG G4 gaming performance. If you are worried with LG’s decision to use the Snapdragon 808 over the Snapdragon 810, don’t be. In my testing, I used graphics heavy games such as GTA Vice City and Goat Simulator along with Real Racing 3. I could not get the device to lag, even with all the in game settings set to the max.

Windows XP on Android Wear Smartwatch

Alan Turing, the great father of computer science, had once said that, “Machines take me by surprise with great frequency.” I think we could all relate to that statement in one way or another. From the age of early gaming, to the development of PDA’s, Smartphones, Smartwatches and even Smart Glasses, there never seems to be a point where technology fails to impress us. What is even more astonishing is how outdated technology can easily become to us within a small amount of time.

Run Minecraft Server on Android

Here is how you can run Minecraft server on your Android device. This will allow anyone playing Minecraft on the desktop to connect to the server running on your device. To do this, you will first need to install Linux to your Android device then install java and run the Minecraft server jar file. It is actually a fairly easy process and takes no more than 15 minutes altogether.

Create Your Own Personal Cloud Server

Whether it is Dropbox, Google Drive, Skydrive or iCloud, I am sure that we all have our favorite cloud server. Cloud Servers are great because they allow us to easily sync files between all the devices on our network and access content from anywhere. However, a growing concern over cloud servers is privacy. You could be banned from hosting certain content and companies could easily sort through what you are uploading and create targeted ads based on it.

Galaxy S6 Slow Motion Video

Slow Motion seems to be all the rage these days. Every one is trying to do it. It should come as no surprise that the Galaxy S6 also features this. While the Galaxy S6 slow motion video capabilities don’t exactly rival those of the iPhone, it’s still pretty good in its own right. In this video, I use the built in slow motion editor. Of course, a much better way would have been to record the video in 60fps then slow it down in Adobe Premiere.