There are loads of brand new games on the Google Play Store and you can find plenty of retro titles too. But what if your favorite classics aren’t available on Google’s app store? That’s where emulators come in. Emulators let you play console games from past generations on modern hardware, including smartphones. But how do you know what emulators on Android will run well on your phone? You can either go through the painstaking process of downloading the best emulators for Android and trying them out for yourself, or you can save some time and read on as we cover general hardware requirements for all the major gaming generations. Read more: Best emulators for Android In creating this guide we spoke to some of the creators of the most popular emulators and tested them on various Android devices. We’re also only covering consoles from historically the biggest hardware makers in the business — Nintendo, Sega, and Sony. Here’s everything you … [Read more...] about Emulators for Android guide: Can your phone handle these consoles?
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In this week's Apple Core rundown we're taking a look at the latest iPhone 11 rumors and why Apple may have to wait even longer to bring 5G connectivity to the iPhone. Also: Why Apple's new Powerbeats Pro could give the AirPods 2 a run for their money, and how the demise of the AirPower mat has spawned a new generation of wireless charging options that can power up your many devices. Now playing: Watch this: AirPods 2 have a new rival... from Apple 7:00 2019 iPhone gets two-way wireless charging According to longtime Apple analyst Ming Chi Kuo, as cited in MacRumors, Apple will add two-way wireless charging to its 2019 iPhone lineup, which we're calling iPhone 11. This would let you charge your AirPods (assuming you have the wireless charging case) and a second Qi enabled device on the back your 2019 iPhone. Though this would be new to iPhone owners, it's a feature other Android phones already offer. Samsung just debuted a similar feature in its new lineup of Galaxy S10s. … [Read more...] about iPhone 11 rumors hint at some important battery upgrades
LineageOS is one of the most popular custom ROMs available, with somewhere around two million active installations. It typically takes a while for the project to update to newer versions of Android, since development is largely done by maintainers in their spare time. Six months after the public release of Android 9 Pie, it looks like LineageOS is about ready to make the jump — but not before dropping older devices. A new commit with the title "Prepare for 16.0," referencing LineageOS 16 (which will be based on Pie), was merged into the project's build server code earlier today. New updates for devices running LineageOS 15.1 (Oreo) devices will now come weekly, instead of on a daily basis, while all builds for devices still on LineageOS 14.1 (Nougat) have been halted. For reference, here are all the Nougat devices that will no longer receive official Lineage builds: Samsung Galaxy A5 (2017) (a5y17lte) Samsung Galaxy A7 (2017) (a7y17lte) Motorola Moto Z Play (addison) Xiaomi Mi 3 … [Read more...] about LineageOS ends official Nougat builds as Pie support approaches