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That old Android phone you have lying around from when you upgraded is actually a lot more capable than you think. In fact, by connecting it to your TV and using a couple of cheap Bluetooth controllers, you can turn it into a retro gaming console with all the Nintendo 64, Dreamcast, SNES, Game Boy, and Atari games […]
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