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Capture a piece of Amiga history on your iPhone or iPod touch.Back in 1984 Commodore amazed the world with the Boing ball demo. Truly ahead of its...
Amiga radio is internet radio that streams music from the demoscene Amiga and Atari. With this application you'll get the possibility to stream CD...
Take a trip down nostalgia lane with Amiga Clock!The classic Amiga Clock Utility has been recreated for your iPhone and iPad with great new...
The Amiga Layer Clock shows you the current time in a cool retro related and layer animated envoirement. It looks nice in the docking station on...
Fully remastered with updated graphics and music, the beloved World War I game is more than just a trip down memory lane.
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.
Google's Portable Native Client technology gives a new Web-based lease on life for an old operating system and the games it could run.
The LucasArts adventure classic gets modern graphics and sounds and makes the move to mobile platforms.
Norton's password manager doesn't hit you with a subscription fee, yet it syncs all your stuff between desktop, Web and mobile apps. Plus: a remastered classic game on sale!
Experience the early days of the Web with a faithful re-creation of Microsoft.com as it existed 20 years ago.
We're back at it with another show rundown! Today we're talking about Atari finally digging up those lost ET cartridges, unearthing a floppy disk containing all of Andy Warhol's digital art works, jamming cellphones on your work commute, drone photography trends, and a eulogy for Twitter.
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.
The home computing cash-cow of the 1980s turns high-end gaming PC with a seriously pricey price-tag.
In the first installment of a weeklong series featuring the reminiscences of CNET writers and editors, Crave's Eric Mack recalls a pivotal 1980s present from Mom.