You know that neat little box that pops up on the right when you search Google for movies or books and such? Now it does that for video games as well, thanks to an update to Google's Knowledge Graph.
Ouya, which launched today even if many donors don't yet have their machines, is an Android-based, open source console. It'll run emulators. So there's some sensitivity to the issue of piracy, which Ouya didn't help by retweeting out a picture of Super Mario Bros. and adding the hashtag #freethegames.
Here is what is believed to be the smallest playable Space Invaders arcade cabinet every built, using a ROM and parts from a Game Boy Advance.
We've seen the rumored PlayStation Phone in action before. Now watch as a user loads up PlayStation ROMs for Resident Evil 2 and Rage Racer on Sony Ericsson's Xperia Play.
Not content with just stuffing a card full of ROMs inside the old-school Atari VCS case, one modder installed an LED screen in the cartridge bay that allows the operator to cycle through and select games.