Commodore International
Commodore International (or Commodore International Limited) was a North American home computer and electronics manufacturer. Commodore International (CI) along with its subsidiary Commodore Business ...
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KIM-1
The KIM-1, short for Keyboard Input Monitor, was a small 6502-based single-board computer developed and produced by MOS Technology, Inc. and launched in 1976. It was very successful in that period, du...
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Commodore BASIC
Commodore BASIC, also known as PET BASIC, is the dialect of the BASIC programming language used in Commodore International's 8-bit home computer line, stretching from the PET of 1977 to the C128 of 19...
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European Top 20 (disk magazine)
European Top 20 was a disk magazine and scene chart for the Commodore Amiga published by the demo scene group Equinox. The first issue was published in July 1992 and the last (number 7) in July 1993.<...
Commodore 64 Games System
The Commodore 64 Games System (often abbreviated C64GS) is the cartridge-based home video game console version of the popular Commodore 64 home computer. It was released in December, 1990 by Commodore...
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Super Expander
The VIC-1211 Super Expander was a cartridge for the Commodore VIC-20 home computer. It was designed to provide several extensions to the BASIC interpreter on the computer, mostly to help with programm...
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ARexx
ARexx is an implementation of the REXX language for the Amiga, written in 1987 by William S. Hawes, with a number of Amiga-specific features beyond standard REXX facilities. Like most REXX implementa...
Commodore PC compatible systems
The Commodore PC compatible systems are a range of IBM PC compatible personal computers introduced in 1984 by home computer manufacturer Commodore Business Machines.Incompatible with Commodore's prior...
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Commodore CBM-II
The Commodore CBM-II series is a short-lived range of 8-bit personal computers from Commodore Business Machines (CBM), released in 1982 and intended as a follow-on to the Commodore PET series.
The...
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Amazing Computing
Amazing Computing was a computer magazine devoted to the Amiga computer. It was published by PiM Publications of Fall River, Massachusetts, USA, from 1985 to (sporadically) 1999. Other Amiga publicati...
List of Commodore 64 games
This is a list of games for the Commodore 64 personal computer system, sorted alphabetically. See Lists of video games for other platforms.Because of the length of the list, it has been broken down to...
Shiraz Shivji
Shiraz Shivji (born 1947 in Tanzania) was the primary designer of the Atari ST computer, and one of the engineers behind the Commodore 64.
Shiraz Shivji studied electrical engineering at Stanford ...
PETSCII
PETSCII (PET Standard Code of Information Interchange), also known as CBM ASCII, is the character set used in Commodore Business Machines (CBM)'s 8-bit home computers, starting with the PET from 1977 ...
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AmigaBASIC
AmigaBASIC was an interpreted BASIC programming language implementation for the Amiga, designed and written by Microsoft. AmigaBASIC shipped with AmigaOS versions 1.1 to 1.3. It succeeded MetaComCo's...
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Bil Herd
Bil Herd is a computer engineer who created several designs for 8-bit home computers while working for Commodore Business Machines in the early to mid-1980s. After first acting as the principal engine...
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Amiga games
This is a list of games for the Commodore Amiga computer system, organised alphabetically by name. See Lists of video games for related lists.This list has been split into multiple pages. Please use ...
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MOS Technology
MOS Technology, Inc. ("MOS" being short for Metal Oxide Semiconductor), also known as CSG (Commodore Semiconductor Group), was a semiconductor design and fabrication company based in Norristown, Penns...
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Commodore CDTV
The CDTV (an acronym for "Commodore Dynamic Total Vision", a backronym of an acronym for "Compact Disc Television", giving it a double meaning) was a multimedia platform developed by Commodore Interna...
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Robert Yannes
Robert Yannes (born 1957) is an American engineer who graduated from Villanova University 1978. He started out as an electronic music hobbyist before being hired as a chip designer at MOS Technology w...
Commodore LCD
The Commodore LCD (sometimes known in short as the CLCD) was an LCD-equipped laptop made by Commodore International. It was presented at the January 1985 Consumer Electronics Show, but never released....
Ahoy!
Ahoy! was a magazine published between January 1984 and January 1989 that focused on all Commodore International color computers, but especially the Commodore 64 and Amiga. It was noted for the quali...
Chuck Peddle
Charles Ingerham Peddle (born 1937) is an American electrical engineer best known as the main designer of the MOS Technology 6502 microprocessor; the KIM-1 SBC; and its successor the Commodore PET per...
Jack Tramiel
Jack Tramiel (/trəˈmɛl/ trə-MEL; Polish: Jacek Trzmiel; December 13, 1928 – April 8, 2012) was a Polish-born American businessman, best known for founding Commodore International. The Commodo...
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Commodore 900
The Commodore 900 (also known as the Z-8000) was a prototype microcomputer intended for business computing and CAD purposes, and created in 1985 by Commodore International in West Germany. The project...