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Lost Andy Warhol original artworks found on Commodore Amiga floppy disks from 1985

Lost Andy Warhol original artworks found on Commodore Amiga floppy disks from 1985

By 24 April 2014

Still have a pile of old floppy disks decaying in the corner? You should find a way to check what's on them as a series of original and previously unseen Andy Warhol artworks have been found on some Amiga floppies laying dormant since 1985 in the archives... >>

Commodore 64 Extreme model goes quad-core

Commodore 64 Extreme model goes quad-core

By 3 November 2011

Imagine your 1982 Commodore 64 on steroids. Well, you'd need an army of these to take on the Commodore 64 Extreme model, which has just been unleashed - and even then we're not sure the old guys could win. Produced by Commodore USA, the same chaps who... >>

Museum of Computing announces Bedroom Challenge for nerds of the '80s

Museum of Computing announces Bedroom Challenge for nerds of the '80s

By 9 May 2011

Do you know your Sinclair BASIC from your Commodore KERNAL, your Acorn MOS from your Atari 8-bit proprietary SIO interface? Do you recognise the subtle differences between Jet Set Willy and Pitfall? If so, you should don your pyjamas and turn up at the... >>

Commodore 64: Beefed up PC version detailed

Commodore 64: Beefed up PC version detailed

By 21 December 2010

We've been pretty excited about seeing this bad boy since we first reported that Commodore USA had done a deal with Commodore Licensing to release a PC all-in-one, cased in an exact replica of the Commodore 64 which was originally released back in 1982. ... >>

Commodore PC64 gives retro gaming a modern twist

Commodore PC64 gives retro gaming a modern twist

By 27 August 2010

If you love your retro machines, but get frustrated because they are, well, a bit crap, then Commodore USA may have just come up with the answer. It has done a deal with Commodore Licensing to release a PC all-in-one, that will be cased in an exact replica... >>

Commodore  UMMD 8010/F netbook announced

Commodore UMMD 8010/F netbook announced

By 1 September 2008

Commodore has joined the netbook market with the announcement of a new Via C7-M processor-sporting netbook at IFA in Berlin for those keen to rekindle the C64 days. The rather bland looking netbook, called the UMMD 8010/F will offer an 80GB hard drive,... >>

Wii Virtual Console to get Commodore 64 games

Wii Virtual Console to get Commodore 64 games

By 21 February 2008

The Wii's Virtual Console is expanding its catalogue, this time with the addition of a new games format altogether from the ghost of gaming past. Later this year, Wii owners will be able to enjoy classic titles from what Guinness says is the best selling... >>

Commodore is back!

Commodore is back!

By 1 June 2007

Commodore Gaming has today unveiled further details regarding its gaming PC plans for the UK. From July 1st Commodore fans and gamers will finally be get their mitts on Commodore gaming PCs for the very first time. Early-adopters who purchase a Commodore... >>

Commodore Gaming responds with G and GS models

Commodore Gaming responds with G and GS models

By 3 May 2007

Commodore Gaming announce two new models that are becoming available online immediately reducing high spec components to cut costs. The Commodore G and GS come with Intel CoreT2 Duo processor loaded with the new Microsoft Vista, the key difference in... >>

Commodore gaming PCs go on sale in UK

Commodore gaming PCs go on sale in UK

By 23 April 2007

Commodore's new High-end gaming PCs will go on sale today in the UK the company has announced. The new PC's announced at CeBIT earlier in the year will retail from £1759 for the Commodore gx and £2899 for the company's top of the range Commodore xx.... >>


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