A nostalgic Google researcher recently flexed his C coding skills and built a fully functional Commodore Amiga 500 emulator for Chrome. You can try the realistic software here. It’s good, geeky fun.
The Apple 1 is the most sought after collector piece of computing hardware. It is the Action Comics No. 1 of retro computing. The first appearance of Superman. The one that started it all. But if there was to be a No. 2, it would be this guy—the Commodore 65.
Retro-geeks and artists alike were abuzz last month with the news that the Andy Warhol Museum had recovered digital works of art created by Warhol himself some thirty years ago on a Commodore Amiga computer. A new documentary produced by the Carnegie Museum of Art traces the process of digital archeology that revealed…
The Andy Warhol Museum has recovered a series of artworks created by the famed pop artist in the mid-1980s using a Commodore Amiga home computer. Newly retrieved from old floppy disks, they're now available for all to see.
In 1985, Andy Warhol attended the Commodore Amiga product launch with Debbie Harry a.k.a. the queen of Videodrome a.k.a. the world's occasional greatest rapper. Once settled in, he proceeded to learn the heretofore undiscovered joys of the paint bucket tool.
There was a rumor back in 2010 that Commodore was planning to relaunch the Amiga. Now the retro computer brand has gone and done it, launching this high-end, small form factor gaming PC—as well as a new reissue of its classic C64.
The telltale lowercase letter. The word Amiga. Yes, it's a fully working Commodore Amiga emulator for iPhone and it'll be launching soon—pending deals with the original software publishers to ensure it's all 100% legal and legit.
If you've still got any amount of fondness for the Amiga brand in you, you'll be happy to hear that the old-timey PC maker is planning on releasing two brand- spanking-new PCs next week. Amiga's still using the PowerPC architecture, which makes it unlikely that you're going to be running Windows Vista on it natively.
Sure, having naked ladies and Hooters girls are always nice, how about tickling that inner geek bone? These cards just may be able to do it. This is a standard 52 card deck that features a variety of different models of the Commodore Amiga. The jokers even feature the classic, BoingBall. Nevermind the naked ladies,…