Portal Communications Company announced the addition of a family of new services to its popular Online System. These new services allow Portal customers to interact directly with the Internet in a number of ways.
Commodore International announced the appointment of John F. Campbell as director of Commodore Applications and Technical Support (CATS), effective immediately. The CATS group is responsible for supporting and establishing development and quality standards for the over 1500 developers who produce software and hardware products for the Amiga (R) and CDTV (R) Multimedia Player product lines.
Beginners and experts alike will find hundreds of handy tips for harnessing the power of their Amigas with this comprehensive guide. Covering topics as diverse as speeding up floppy drives, getting the most out of the Workbench, turning an Amiga 500 into an Amiga 3000 equivalent, and getting the best color printouts for the least money, DENNY ATKIN’S BEST AMIGA TIPS AND SECRETS will help any
Amiga owner get the most out of his or her machine. Whether you want to add a CD-ROM drive to your Amiga, get the best performance out of your favorite game, or learn how to transfer documents and
spreadsheets between your Amiga and a PC, you’ll find hit here. Atkin has collected these tips over a period of seven years, after founding one of the first Amiga user groups, writing regularly for AmigaWorld, AmigoTimes, .info, and COMPUTE; serving as technical editor for the AMnews disk magazine; and more recently editing COMPUTE’s Amiga Resource.
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The Sydney World of Commodore show has grown to more than 65 Australian and international exhibitors, including Microsoft. It will be held on July 3, 4, and 5 at Darling Harbour Exhibition Centre.
Automated Genies [tm] usher in a new era of ease of use and user programmability for desktop publishers.
“Heroic Age of Spaceflight – NASA… The 25th Year” is an overview of the early decades of America’s quest for the stars and is one of the first CDTV [tm] titles to use the CDXL motion picture format. NASA… The 25th Year is a 10 frame-per second 1/4 screen motion picture from compract disc. Subjects corvered include: early aeronautic research, the Soviet challenge and the United States’ response, Project Apollo, The Voyager and Viking planetary missions, the Space Shuttle program, and prospects for the future.
Commodore Belgium has unveiled a new addition to the Amiga range of personal computers, the A600.
This new model is only 35cms wide and 24cms deep, but manages to pack a lot into its small size. This has been achieved by redesigning the keyboard and omitting the numeric keypad found on the right hand side of the A500 and A500 Plus, as well as taking advantage of advances in technology to reduce the size of the motherboard.