Create your own Atari 2600 homebrew games Video
Leaked from today's 404 show: Starving for IPO, the Notorious PIG, and the Atari 2600.
Game emulators let you play old-time games from Atari, Sega, and Nintendo on your very own computer.
If your iPad gaming tastes run to classic Atari console and arcade games, the Ion Audio iCade is a fun nostalgic trip.
Relive the video game glory days with Atari's new, vintage game console.
The Atari Arcade joystick dock ably converts the iPad into an old-school video game machine, but a short list of compatible games and some frustrating caveats limit its appeal to retro gaming fetishists.
Can you tell Brian Tong is back on the show? Actually, we're legitimately wondering whether a home-brew electroshock like battery licking could produce video game skill improvements like DARPA is seeing with their electroshock research. No, really. Also, Google shuts down Google Video, President Obama wants a universal login that's not Facebook Connect, and Match.com just got a whole lot more trustworthy. --Molly
Past Matrix games have been a disappointment, but Atari's The Path of Neo may reverse the trend. For the first time, you'll be able to play, shoot, and fight as the Keanu character. Whoa!
Brian Cooley shows you how to get the best scans of your negatives and old photos.
Brian Cooley shows you how to turn your home video into a masterpiece.
Brian Cooley gives you a tour of the best products of CES plus the Best in show and Peoples Voice award winners.