Commodore Arcade – FLASH PLAYER

UPDATED: April 13, 2020 We have kept this page active for those who still want it, but nearly everyone will want to go to Commodore.ca/arcade The games below run in Adobe Flash which has been discontinued so we now have a new Commodore Arcade that uses HTML5 and JavaScript which […]

What do you get if you cross a Commodore 64 with a CP/M business machine and a new 128K micro? Arthur Young finds out

Reproduced July 10, 2003 from Your Computer magazine, June 1985.  This was copied with permission from Chris Strafford ofhttp://www.gondolin.org.uk/hchof/machinelist.html . All picture added by www.Commodore.ca in November 2018 128K IS THE 1985 fashion adopted by manufacturers eager to stimulate a depressed home computer market. Within the constraints of current technology memory […]

What is Telecomputing – 1983

Telecomputing Today Tom R Halfhill, Features Editor Compute! Sept 1983 Reproduced April 18, 2002 with permission from Tom Halfhill Many futurists believe that someday telecomputing will be the primary use for home computers -an integral part of every modem household. You’ve probably already heard the predictions about home banking, home shopping, […]

Computers Using The MOS 6502 CPU

This is a list of most of the branded computers using the legendary Commodore Semiconductor Group / MOS 6502 processor.  If you are interested in this list, you are likely interested in these for articles: MOS – The Rise of MOS Technology & The 6502 The New 6500 CPU’s The […]