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Commodore

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Commodore PET

Commodore -- yes, as in Commodore 64 -- is angling for a brand comeback with the PET, an Android phone that's allegedly hitting select countries in Europe for $300.

By July 14, 2015

MSRP: $300.00

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2015 Holden Commodore Calais-V Sportwagon

CNET takes a long drive from Sydney to Melbourne in a Holden, Australia's home-country car brand, encountering deep sand and kangaroos on the way.

By May 29, 2015

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Commodore 65 prototype sells for $7,625

Commodore fans show their love for these rare unreleased computers, the C64 successors that never made it to market.

By February 13, 2013

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Lost Andy Warhol works recovered from Amiga floppy disks

Way back in 1985, famous pop artist Andy Warhol created a set of digital paintings using a Commodore Amiga computer. Those fascinating files have now been recovered.

By April 24, 2014

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Commodore 64 bass guitar: Revenge of the keytar!

Maker Jeri Ellsworth reinvents the '80s rock band keytar by melding together a bass and a Commodore 64 into a playable instrument.

By May 23, 2012

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Commodore founder Jack Tramiel dies at 83

Jack Tramiel, founder of Commodore and an influential figure in the early days of personal computing and video games, passes away Sunday at the age of 83.

By April 9, 2012

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Amiga Mini wants to relive Commodore glory days

The Amiga brand has been slapped on a high-end gaming PC, which in turn has a whopping $2,495 price tag slapped on it.

By March 22, 2012

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Amiga Mini high-end PC wants to relive Commodore glory days

The home computing cash-cow of the 1980s turns high-end gaming PC with a seriously pricey price-tag.

By March 22, 2012

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Commodore 64 is 30 years old

The legendary Commodore 64, the best-selling personal computer ever, is 30 years old.

By January 3, 2012

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Commodore 64: 30 years of wins and fails

This week marks 30 years since the Commodore 64 was unveiled to the world and we look at the most successful single computer's career highs and lows.

By January 2, 2012