More than 29 years after the introduction of the original iconic home computer, a new iteration of the company is putting out an all-new version of the C64, updated, of course, for 2011.
The Commodore 64 emulator application for iPhone was pulled from the App Store by Apple in September for leaving its BASIC interpreter intact and accessible via a backdoor. This week the app has returned after some major work by Manomio.
An iPhone app that emulated the Commodore 64 has been rejected by Apple's App Store on the grounds that it emulates the Commodore 64. We examine why
Commodore fans show their love for these rare unreleased computers, the C64 successors that never made it to market.
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.
The legendary Commodore 64, the best-selling personal computer ever, is 30 years old.
Apple rejected a fully licensed emulator of the venerable Commodore 64 (C64) based on the SDK rules that specifically prohibit interpreted or executable code.
Apple approves controversial Commodore 64 emulator only to remove it days later, after users find a work-around to access the BASIC interpreter.
TechRepublic got ahold of a fine old C64 and is giving you a tour of its ins and outs, starting now.
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