We've seen retro arcade-style video gaming consoles that are tiny, as well as ones that utilize an iPad and that even serve beer.
The Pixelkabinett 42 has its own unique feature, however, in that it
looks like a vintage industrial wooden cabinet when not in use.
Just in case you ever run out of things to do on the internet, a London-based software developer has built a desktop app that turns your display into a playable game of Super Mario Brothers.
The rise of cloud gaming services such as PlayStation Now may have ushered in a new era of convenience for blasting virtual aliens and monsters to smithereens, but on-demand play brings with it one huge unwanted drawback: the bandwidth required is astronomical. But researchers at Duke University and Microsoft Research think they have a solution that'll let gamers have their on-demand cake and eat it too. They have developed a tool called Kahawai (Hawaiian for stream), which splits the rendering calculations between your device and a remote server rather than offloading them all to the server.