Hackathons are all the rage these days, but they can be kind of stupid. So some NYU students put together one of their own. Metro New York brings us some of the best ideas from the Stupid Shit No One Needs And Terrible Ideas Hackathon.
According to TechInAsia, the console is a collaboration between Chinese online retail giant Alibaba and electronics company Xiao Bawang. The G20 runs on Aliyun OS, Alibaba's Linux smartphone OS, and can also stream movies and television programs. It's not a Nintendo console.
Reddit user IAmAHiggsBoson stumbled onto a little easter egg on his oscilloscope: apparently if you press the right series of buttons, you can play Tetris instead of measuring voltages, or doing some other kind of boring "actual work".