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The Atari 2600 is a video game platform released in September 1977 by Atari. It is credited with popularizing the use a cartridge-based system (although the Fairchild Channel F was actually the first console to do this) which could play multiple games rather than having games built-in as previous systems had.
Windows Phone is Microsoft's mobile smart phone operating system. The latest iteration, Windows Phone 8, will release later this year in conjunction with the launch of Windows 8 and Windows 8 RT.
Nintendo 64 is a home console by Nintendo. It was Nintendo's third home console, being the successor to the SNES. It competed with Sega's Saturn and Sony's Playstation as part of the fifth generation of consoles. It finished second for the generation, selling 34 million units in it's lifetime.
OUYA is an upcoming video game home console that runs on the Android operating system. It is being developed by Boxer8, an American company based in Los Angeles, California, and was funded through a Kickstarter project. The system will have its own OUYA store for games and applications specially designed for it, and access to the OnLive online gaming service.
The Atari 7800 is a video game console re-released by Atari in January 1986. The original release had occurred two years earlier - the 7800 had originally been designed to replace the Atari 5200 in 1984, but was temporarily shelved due to the sale of the company after the video game crash of 1983.