C64/OS 1.0 Released: A new operating system for the Commodore 64

C64/OS is a new modern operating system add-on that balances power and ease of use, while…

History: 4 Decades of Commodore 64 legacy

Officialy available since August 1982, the C64 was based on a MOS 6510 processor, with 64K…

History: 30 Years ago Atari unleashed the Falcon030

The Amiga VS Atari battle was probably one of the most intense in computing history. But…

History: The world’s first website was published on August 6, 1991

The world’s first website was published on August 6, 1991 by British physicist Tim Berners-Lee. It may have…

Commodore 65 In pristine working condition hits €25K mark on Ebay

The Commodore 65 is an unreleased improved version of the Commodore 64, and it was meant to be…

August 1982: Commodore’s revolutionary C64 is released

The C64 is based on a MOS 6510 processor, with 64K of RAM standard. It can…

You can now use your Commodore C64 for Bitcoin mining

Cryptocurrency mining is painstaking, costly, and only sporadically rewarding. Nonetheless, mining has a magnetic appeal for many…

Windows 95 came out 25 years ago and it changed computing forever

On August 21 1995, Bill Gates and his team changed the world of computing forever with…

People won’t abandon Windows 7: running on 24% of devices

On July 29, 2015 Microsoft unleashed Windows 10, the successor to Windows 8.1. Windows 10 received mostly positive…

7 Most popular home computers in history

It is a truism that computing continues to change our world. It shapes how objects are…

Intel 8086 VS Motorola 68000: The microprocessor battle of the 80s

Today is all about Intel VS AMD and ARM is probably the next big thing. But…

Coming soon: A mini version of the Soviet Vector-06C

The Vector-06C was created by Soviet engineers in 1987, they wanted to copy the succes of…

Emulate MacOS/8 and utilize all 68k games and apps on any computer

Thanks to Slack developer Felix Rieseberg, you can now run MacOS 8 games and apps on any…

Retro Games Announces a fully licensed VIC-20

The VIC-20 was the first computer of any description to sell one million units. It was described as…

Cloanto Licenses Commodore 65 ROM for the upcoming Mega 65

Great news for all Commodore computer lovers, Cloanto’s CEO Mike Battilana recently licensed the Commodore 65…

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