yongzh and ZodTTD, the guys behind some classic console emulators for a variety of smartphones have teamed up to to create a PSX emulator for Android that'll be running faster than the 3GS version created by ZodTTD. After the PSX emulator is done, ZodTTD intends to begin work on an Nintendo 64 emulator for Android, and then VLC.
KalemSoft's NesEm is a new NES emulator for webOS-powered devices. It is said to run over 300 games with support for four-channel sound, fully configurable keys, and anti-aliasing. It's not listed in the Catalog, but you can get it through PreWare or directly from KalemSoft's site. There's a free demo which transforms into a full version for just $9.99.
Shortly, the said software allows the N900 to emulate Bluetooth gadgets, such as keyboards, mice, and gaming controllers. Connecting your handset to a PS3 and using it as a gamepad should prove useful... No, not really, but it's an interesting idea anyway.Check out the demo video with instruction below (it's in Italian,sorry):
We were rather skeptical about the ability of the Palm OS emulator for webOS to run games and videos without problems. Well, now we have almost no doubds it will work just fine. Just look at how games like GTS World Racer run on it (video below).
So if you were planning to get the Palm Pre when it’s officially released, do so without hesitations.
If you're wondering whether you will be able to run PalmOS apps on the Palm Pre handset, the answer will be rather positive. According to rumors, the Pre will be getting a PalmOS emulator, which should do the trick. No one knows whether it will support all the available applications, but it's better than nothing anyway, right?