Internet Archive launches Amiga Software Library
Yes, the Juggler's there.
Arcade classics hitting Steam soon.
The eight-bit Commodore 64 - the most popular computer in history - turns 30 today.
Commodore founder and home computing pioneer Jack Tramiel has passed away, aged 83.
Commodore USA has launched the Amiga Mini, which owes more to Apple than its namesake.
Commodore USA has announced a competitor to the Asus Eee Keyboard - the Invictus.
A company is planning on giving the old Amiga brand a shiny relaunch with a high-spec computer featuring a dual-core processor, 2GB of RAM, and AmigaOS 4.
The National Museum of Computing is set to become the venue for the first British Vintage Computer Festival for two days in June.
Apple has finally approved the awaited Commodore 64 emulator for the iPhone.
Master modder Ben Heck turns his skills to the Commodore 64, creating a portable C64 machine that loads games from an SD card.
Lief Bloomquist has set up a BBS system running on a venerable Commodore 64 and connected to the Internet via a Telnet proxy - in a "moment of nostalgic geekiness."
Jersey based and hugely popular Play.com is now stocking the Commodore gaming PC's.
We first reported Commodore's re-entry into the market back at CeBit 2007. Finally, a retail sample has reached the bit-tech labs - we take it for a grilling to see if it really is worthy of the Commodore name.