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Could the next Nintendo handheld be “doughnut-shaped?”

Nintendo Co., Ltd. is rumored to be producing a new handheld to replace the 3DS with an unusual screen shape. According to an Osakan reporter with Japan Times, Nintendo has entered a deal with Japanese electronics company Sharp Corporation to produce … Continue reading ?

What’s The Difference Between Smash Bros. On 3DS And Wii U?

The newest entries in the long-running fighting franchise, Super Smash Bros., are here! It’s an exciting time for owners of both the Wii U and 3DS, since no Nintendo fan will want to be without the fan-favorite game. The simply titled Super Smash Bros. Show More Summary

Nintendo New 3DS XL: Australian Review

I’ve never been one for mobile gaming. Not on a phone, not on a PS Vita , or on a 3DS. Then the so-called New 3DS from Nintendo came along and showed me just how good it could be. More »      

Amazon Elements Is Ethical, Woz Debunks Apple Origin Myth, & More… [Tech News Digest]

Also, get three months of Spotify Premium for 99 cents, play Breakout on your Nintendo 3DS, and how Gangnam Style broke YouTube. Amazon Elements Offers Ethical Products Alternate headline: Amazon begins selling diapers to insufferable...Show More Summary

Pay for your subway ride using the Nintendo 3DS LL

While we thought Apple Pay was revolutionary, Japan has been using contact less payments for more than a decade now. It started with RFID cards which were then embedded on cell phones,.. Pay for your subway ride using the Nintendo 3DS LL is a post from The latest in tech and gadgets -

Play 'Breakout' on your Nintendo 3DS by drumming the Mario theme

2 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Engadget

Ready to use the browser in your new Nintendo 3DS more than you likely ever have so far? As spotted by the Verge, Japanese user Guiro@Sumaburu found an Easter egg that lets you play a gloriously silly version of Breakout. All you need to do is open t...

A Used Game From 2011 Can Hack A Nintendo 3DS, But It'll Cost You Some Big Bucks

Earlier this month, a hacker discovered that an old Nintendo game from 2011, called "Cubic Ninja," could be used to hack into the company's handheld game system, the 3DS. Using the game, hackers could install "homebrew" software onto the 3DS. Show More Summary

Best Nintendo 3DS Games of 2014: Updated for the Holidays

From new hits to old standbys, here are 10 great games for the Nintendo 3DS or 2DS that you can pick up right now.

7 questions with the creator of 'Super Smash Bros.'

Nintendo's signature fighting game Super Smash Bros. has gone through many tweaks and upgrades for the most recent release From new games modes to the biggest roster of characters ever, the Wii U and 3DS versions have the most options the franchise has ever seen. Show More Summary

Nintendo 3DS Ninjhax Homebrew Exploit: Release the Hacken

Jordan “Smealum” Rabet and a team of fellow hackers have finally relased the first exploit that allows homebrew applications to run on any Nintendo 3DS model. Called Ninjhax, the software takes advantage of a previously obscure …

It Took Three Years, But The Nintendo 3DS Has Been Hacked

The likes of Sony, Nintendo and Microsoft have gotten better over the years at securing the consoles from external modification, though persistence (and a bit of smarts) can get you a long way. The PS3 eventually fell thanks to some determination and now the Nintendo 3DS has been hacked, so to speak, allowing users to run unsigned code on the platform. More »      

3DS Homebrew Channel and Custom Firmware

Nintendo has always been very wary about allowing independent and homebrew developers making games for their consoles, and the 3DS is no exception. It’s locked down, and a few 3DS and console hackers have spent years searching for a method that will easily allow anyone to run unsigned code. Show More Summary

Nintendo 3DS Hacked Using Obscure Game

A bug in obscure 2011 game Cubic Ninja has provided the key for hacking and running code on the Nintendo 3DS handheld console.

Google Removes Internet Ads, Nintendo 3DS Gets Hacked, & More… [Tech News Digest]

Also, Square goes global, Microsoft improves Bing, Oculus stacks your stocks, and a pesky squirrel steals a GoPro. Google Contributor Removes The Ads Google is experimenting with a way for Internet users to support their favorite websites without having to put up with advertising. Show More Summary

Nintendo 3DS Finally Hacked After 3 Years On The Shelves

It’s been well over 3 years since the Nintendo 3DS hit the shelves — and in that time, the device has proven itself remarkably resistant to hacking and modification. Until now. This evening, a hacker going by Smealum released an exploit that seems to allow 3DS owners to run unauthorized code — or “homebrew”, as it’s known — on their devices. Read More

'Super Smash Bros.' still dazzles on the Wii U

Nintendo is releasing the same game twice in one year, and its fans couldn't be happier Super Smash Bros. is out on the Wii U Friday, after inhabiting the 3DS for two months. The 3DS version was, in effect, an amuse-bouche for fans,Show More Summary

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