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[News] AInc vs Garry HareLink
Posted on 18-Oct-2006 18:43 GMT by Johan Rönnblom10 comments (6k)
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Court documents from the last year reveal interesting information about the activities of Amiga Inc, as earlier reported in German on Amiga-News.de.

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[News] MorphOS: Robin Hood demo availableLink
Posted on 18-Oct-2006 11:03 GMT by Thomas Steiding6 comments (2k)
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Finally, the MorphOS demoversion for the arcade strategy game "Robin Hood: The Legend of Sherwood" is available for MorphOS.

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[Files] AmigaOS 4.0 Cygnix: The Gimp and CinepaintLink
Posted on 11-Oct-2006 11:07 GMT by Raffaele0 comments
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Amigaworld news revealed that good paint and graphics manipilation programs "The Gimp" and "Cinepaint" are now available on AmigaOS4.0 thru Cygnix support.
Download Cygnix and these programs from OS4.0Depot repository. Speed is good. Programs are however still in alpha.

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[News] Individual Computers Reveals Clone-A ProjectLink
Posted on 11-Oct-2006 07:07 GMT by Robert Williams3 comments (2k)
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In an exclusive interview with Total Amiga's Magnus Johnson, to be published in issue 25, Jens Schoenfeld reveals Individual Computers' latest project. For the last year Jens and Oliver Achten have been working on a cycle-accurate reproduction of the Amiga chipset in FPGAs under the codename Clone-A.

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[Files] SDK Browser v1.6.0.0 FREEWARE - Update availableLink
Posted on 10-Oct-2006 15:41 GMT by Jamie Krueger0 comments
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A critical update to the standalone FREEWARE version of the SDK Browser application for AmigaOS4(tm) has now been released for use by everyone.

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[News] Nova Design to sell off one of its lines of businessLink
Posted on 10-Oct-2006 02:21 GMT by Kermit Woodall0 comments
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Nova Design is selling off its Cinematte product line to any company interested in expanding its product line or to any individual/programmer interested in using Cinematte to launch their own business.

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[Files] Lunapaint v0.2.5 is outLink
Posted on 08-Oct-2006 19:50 GMT by m0ns00n0 comments
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A new version of Lunapaint is out for you all to try. Go to aros archives to download it if you wanna give it a go.

Any bug reports or other feedback is greatly appreciated. Please visit the website here for more info on things. :-)

[Files] Ext2FS v0.24Link
Posted on 08-Oct-2006 16:21 GMT by Marek Szyprowski1 comments (1k)
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New version of Ext2FS filesystem driver is now available here. This is first public version with write support enabled and debug messages disabled. It has been tested for over a year (hundreds gigabytes of data has been transferred) and I hope all critical bugs has been already removed. During the test period this filesystem worked very stable and never caused a serious disk structure corruption. Please read the disclaimer before using it.
[News] Bill McEwen interviewLink
Posted on 07-Oct-2006 11:18 GMT by Vidar Langberget3 comments (2k)
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The Temple Of Technology have just posted an interview with Bill McEwen, CEO of Amiga Inc. The interview
[News] News about EfikaLink
Posted on 04-Oct-2006 10:25 GMT by takemehomegrandma11 comments (6k)
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A very interesting article about the new, upcoming EFIKA computer from b-plan can be found at PPCNux.de. The article is very extensive, and the author is reporting his first-hand, hands-on experience from using and seeing the Efika live in action (which makes this article one of a kind right now; no second hand information or marketing material, but a report from a live experience). The article contains many pictures, and at the end there are also five videos to view, where the Efika is showing off in two 3D games, and playing 3 movie trailers. This article is *highly recommended* reading to anyone interested in PPC hardware ...
[News] AmiATLAS Status ReportLink
Posted on 03-Oct-2006 15:29 GMT by Andreas Magerl0 comments
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At the moment a complete rework/update of the different travel guides is in progress. Further there is an extension of the information about parks with better maps for a more precise route calculation. Of course the emphasis lies on the German map because of the much higher demand. The network of streets is uptodate including recently opened highway sections.

If someone wishes his residence to be included (even the smallest places!) in the map just write a mail with the name of the location, Geo-coordinates and information on the street connections (description and the exact distance to other locations).

As always we are searching for helpers for data entering! Lists of coordinates are always welcome... Alternatively also helpers for the entering of the data into the maps themself.

There are also possibilities for the view and print od data in various formats like HTML or PDF instead of AmigaGuide.

http://www.amiatlas.de
http://www.apc-tcp.de

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