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10.Jan.2000
Stevem Flowers by e-mail


Issue 10 of "The Pulse"
The new issue of the free magazine "The Pulse" from Alive Mediasoft contains detailed reviews of Spherical Worlds, Whales Voyage Part One, Adventurer's Lair, Damage, Extra Life and A7+ as well as the story about the latest Amiga buyout. Also you can read previews of Descent 2 and Home Land as well as of fxPaint and Pagestream. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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10.Jan.2000
John Chandler


And So It Begins...
At Suite101, John Chandler summarizes the buyout of Amiga. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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10.Jan.2000
Heise [Newsticker]


Credit Card Fraud on Internet
Using credit cards in the Internet seems to be not that secure as the banking companies tell us over and over again. A security hole in a software for authentification of credit cards by the company Cybercash (ICVerify) enabled a 19 year old cracker from Moskow, named Maxus, to transfer money at will since 1998, and even withdraw money from cash terminals (according to Maxus).

After the cracker failed in blackmailing the US online music retailer eUniverse, he reportedly posted 25,000 credit card numbers on his website. The FBI now handles the case.

More links on the subject:
InternetNews: Failed Blackmail Attempt Leads to Credit Card Theft
Maxus (non-functional copy of the cracker's homepage) (unk) (Translation: mb)

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10.Jan.2000
Marko Seppänen by e-mail


Image Engineer Special Offer
Until 25. January 2000 it's possible to order Image Engineer with a very low price. Only 25$.

Visual Engineering has new Offer of the Month. Register plug-ins for Image Engineer with lowest prices ever! Take a look at interactive tutorial, which allows online image manipulation. (ps) (Translation: unk)

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10.Jan.2000
TAO-Group


Amiga Incorporated and Tao Group enter into a strategic relationship
At the title link, you can now read the press release about the cooperation with Amiga Inc. on the TAO-Group website, too.

On the Amiga Inc. page, you can find a second press release:
Amiga and Tao-Group enter into a strategic relationship.

11.01.2000: The "press release" has been deleted from the Amiga website in the meantime - it was not originally intended for release, and has been posted to the website more or less by accident. (mb) (unk) (Translation: mb)

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09.Jan.2000
R. Saake by e-mail


2IDs online again
2ID's website (Symphonie Pro support and SoundFX Preset support site) is now available online again. The Symphonie Pro support site has been completely reworked, and some new features implemented. A forum is now available, the guestbook has been restructured.

Also new is the SoundFX Preset area. Here, you will find presets for SoundFX in the future. If you have created presets yourself, you can submit them.

The texture CD "OVERLAY" is finished, and can now be ordered in the 2IDs-iNET store. Also available there is the first Sounds & Sample CD "PROTRACT" by 2IDs. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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09.Jan.2000
Brad Webb by e-mail


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   T A O ,   B A B Y !   T H E   P A R T N E R   A N N O U N C E D

       A M I G A   I N C .   T O   B E   A T   A M I G A   2 K

           N E W S R O G   D E V E L O P M E N T   E N D S

Editor's Thoughts and Introduction:

 Below we have the second big announcement in recent days by the
reborn Amiga Inc. This one concerns the "content platform foundation
partner" for future development. Not sure yet what all is covered by
that mouth numbing phrase but I am sure it will be interesting and, I
hope, encouraging to watch this relationship.
 There seems to be much more a feeling of relief in the shrunken Amiga
Community at this ownership change than there was when Gateway took
over, and that's as it should be. If we don't make it this time, at
least we finally have some Amigans with vision giving it a try. If
only that had happened back in 1994 ...

 We don't have an actual story on it, but if you read the items below
carefully you'll see that Amino is now Amiga. The change took place on
January 6. They'll be at the Amiga 2000 computer show this spring in
St. Louis, USA, and I can hardly wait. I believe this will be the
first chance for the newest Amiga Inc. to address a large body of the
community. If you can get there, it should be well worth your time.
 If I have my Amiga history right, this is the third Amiga Inc. to be
set up. The original development company (or were they not an Inc.?),
Gateway's, and now the former Amino. Correct?
 Brad Webb,
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E-mail to the E-ditor:

5 Jan 2000

brad,

 just a quick note to say "keep up the good work" ! i enjoy receiving
this e-publication. also, let me add that i prefer this "e-mail style
" as opposed to the old "download style "!!!! makes it easier for me
to read.

best,
dave
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Dave,
 Thanks very much for the note and the vote of confidence. Not sure
who's old download style you mean as we've always been e-mail based,
but I think I know what you're getting at. It's always been one of our
goals to get the news out to people, rather than wait for someone to
come to a website. We think the Amiga community needs both, and our
method can help get the message to people who would never see the
websites.
 Brad

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1 Jan 2000

On 31-Dec-99, Brad Webb wrote:

> The transaction, effective immediately, includes the transfer of
> all Internet domain names related to Amiga which Gateway had held.
> Gateway retains ownership of all patents acquired when it bought
> Amiga in 1997.

 In other words, they have the right to develop something and call it
an Amiga, but not to make or sell any of the old hardware, possibly
the OS either. Then again, that might not to be a bad thing. We all
know how far behind the current hardware and OS are.

 When Tom Schmidt announced that Amiga wasn't going to be a computer
platform anymore, I started looking at the alternatives. I figured
there were three; Linux, Mac and (GULP!) Windows.
 - Linux is a Unix variant at heart. Switching to it meant night
school courses just to learn to use it. (I still haven't entirely
ruled that out.)
 - My GF uses a Mac and she's happy with it. I looked at the new iMacs
and they're nice machines, reminiscent in some ways of my good ol'
A1200, and the price wasn't too bad, considering what it was. Then I
took a gander at the software and nearly had a coronary! $800 for a
paint program???
 - Then there's Windows. I tried to look it up on the 'net. At first
all I found were jokes pages. I surfed over a few of them. It was
educational; nobody likes Windows! At last I found MS's homepage. The
first thing I saw there was ol' Visa Bill Gate's editorial about
"freedom to innovate," (whinging over the Anti-Trust Court obviously.)
By this time I was wondering what had possessed me to even consider
doing this to myself!

 I hope to heck Amino makes a go of Amiga. There are no good
alternatives out there.

        Allan
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Allan,
 I certainly agree with the sentiment in your last paragraph. It's
very early to have a feel for how Amino - now officially Amiga Inc. -
will do, but they've got the community in mind and that's a real plus.
 You do have one misconception in your note. Amiga Inc. has a license
from Gateway to the old patents, so there's really nothing stopping
them from doing just about anything they want to, including building
"classic" type machines if they wish.
 With the new Amiga in place, I think there's at least a good
possibility we won't need an alternative.
 Brad
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   T A O ,   B A B Y !   T H E   P A R T N E R   A N N O U N C E D

 Las Vegas, January 8, 2000 - Amiga Incorporated, a privately held
company based in Maple Valley, WA, has entered into a strategic
relationship with the Tao Group as the new content platform foundation
partner for the new Amiga. Terms of the transaction were not
disclosed. Bill McEwen, Amiga President/CEO, said that the company
selected Tao as the foundation partner for the new Amiga after
reviewing numerous other potential partners. "After extensive research
trawling the markets we found that Tao had the greatest similarities
and strengths with our vision, and the capabilities to get the job
done". McEwen said. "Amiga with Tao together will bring a new level of
capabilities, portability and scalability never available before."
"Tao has its roots in the Amiga so this is particularly satisfying for
us" said Francis Charig, Chairman and CEO of Tao Group. "What makes
this relationship so exciting to Tao is the relationship we can enjoy
with Amiga and the Amiga Community. The world has changed radically in
the last few years and there is a vacuum in terms of content and
software environments that meets the needs of the mass market. The
skill sets of the Amiga community combined with the power and
flexibility of Tao's software infrastructure means that the New Amiga
can create the most compelling content for the emerging digital
services and content markets."


ABOUT AMIGA

 Amiga Incorporated is dedicated to the development, design, and
implementation of components, services, and models that support the
digital experience of tomorrow. Amiga lead the world into the
multi-media experience in the early 80's, and will lead it into the
Digital content universe of the future.

ABOUT TAO

 Tao Group is an intellectual property generator and software company
specializing in technologies for home and mobile networks.
Incorporated in 1992, the Company provides leading edge products for
the emerging markets of intelligent consumer devices. The company's
philosophy is based on providing powerful frameworks for use right
across the range of networked appliances from smart phones to digital
television into which Tao's clients can build in their own branding
and incorporate their own added value. Tao's clients include blue chip
technology corporations in the United States, Japan and Europe.
Motorola and Sony are investors in Tao Group. Tao is headquartered in
Reading, United Kingdom, with representation in Japan and the US, and
its staff includes more than fifty world-class software engineers. Tao
is a Deloitte & Touche Fast 50 Winner and has won a series of
innovation
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       A M I G A   I N C .   T O   B E   A T   A M I G A   2 K

January 6, 2000

 Amino Development Corporation, renamed Amiga Inc. on Jan. 6, will
exhibit at the Amiga 2K show.

 In a conversation today with Bill McEwen, President and CEO of Amino,
now Amiga Inc.,stated that they will definitely exhibit at the Gateway
Computer Show - Amiga 2K, April 1 & 2, 2000.

 Things are happening with Amiga 2K, just as we promised. Stay tuned
for more information on the largest and best Amiga show in the
Americas... Amiga 2K.

 Amiga 2K will be held on Saturday April 1st - Sunday April 2, 2000,
in St. Louis Missouri, U.S.A. at the Henry VIII Hotel.

Bob Scharp
Amigan-St. Louis
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          N E W S R O G   D E V E L O P M E N T   E N D S

04-Jan-2000

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 ShadowWorks Software regrets to announce the end of the NewsRog
project for the Amiga. NewsRog is an NNTP News client running on Amiga
personal computers.

 Unfortunately, due to a combination of factors which include the lack
of a market for Amiga software, obsolescent hardware, and a recent
increase in piracy and fraudulent credit card orders, it is no longer
financially possible to continue developing NewsRog. The last version
stands at 1.8b, and the update is available to all registered users
via the web page below:

     http://www.frii.com/~srk/ShadowWorks/Preview/NR.html

 ShadowWorks Software is proud to have pioneered a large number of
news client features that have yet to be duplicated in any other
software that we are aware of. We regret that it was not possible to
continue development of the software, since there was a great deal
more planned for the future.

 ShadowWorks Software wishes to thank all of our loyal customers who
have supported our attempt to bring the Amiga a world class NNTP news
client.
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09.Jan.2000
amiga-news.de


Software News
  • TWF: There is a new poll at the News area, and the pages about "E2260" and "Maim & Mangle" have been updated. Nathan Young now works on the user interface for M&M.
  • There is a project status for Tales of Tamar at Eternity, where project head Martin Wolf makes some comments on the T.o.T. demo release on the "Amiga Future Cover CD" issue 22.

    Wolf is obviously disappointed that AF thankfully accepted the demo for the CD, but there is no report about the game inside of the magazine at all. And he is outright upset that the soundtracks have been cut short without permission.
  • Printer Driver News: The drivers 600C and 400C, and all Olivetti drivers have been updated. Moreover, there are tips for WP (wordprocessor printing).
  • Ulrich Hambuch tells us that the latest OS3.1 (Scalos) version of WBInfo (current version v2.9b) is immediately available as freeware/giftware from their homepage and Aminet. Right now V3 of WBInfo for AmigaOS 3.5 is in the works, which will be released as Shareware.
  • Stuart Walker of Digital Images speaks to the users in an open letter. Wipeout 2097 sells well, and he sais thanks for this. The project Space Station 3000 is larger than expected, but Walker hopes to state a definite release date soon. Moreover, Walker says that DI is planning to port more PC games to the Amiga, and Wipeout 2097 to the Apple Mac.

    Since Stuart Walker is unavailable from January 10th to March 31st, he will not be able to answer e-mails in this time. At the link above, you will find alternative addresses for the seperate areas.
  • Oliver Roberts: WarpJPEG.datatype version 44.5 - download: WarpJPEGdt.lha - 39 Kb
    WarpPNG.datatype 44.2 - download: WarpPNGdt.lha - 44 Kb
  • Read at Czech Amiga News:
    Jim Drew posted to the Microcode Solutions mailinglist that they are working on the PowerPC version of Fusion, but due to several reasons it will not be finished before end of January / early February.

    Macromedia announced that the source code for the Flash player and the Flash file format is offered for free licensing. Read the announcement at BeNews.

    Trogladite Software has opened a discussion forum especially for the subject Amino.
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08.Jan.2000
amiga-news.de


Amiga Inc. announces strategical partnership with Tao Group
Press release: Amiga Incorporated has entered into a strategic relationship with Tao Group for the New Amiga

Las Vegas, January 8, 2000 - Amiga Incorporated, a privately held company based in Maple Valley, WA, has entered into a strategic relationship with the Tao Group as the new content platform foundation partner for the new Amiga. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Bill McEwen, Amiga President/CEO, said that the company selected Tao as the foundation partner for the new Amiga after reviewing numerous other potential partners.

"After extensive research trawling the markets we found that Tao had the greatest similarities and strengths with our vision, and the capabilities to get the job done". McEwen said. "Amiga with Tao together will bring a new level of capabilities, portability and scalability never available before."

"Tao has its roots in the Amiga so this is particularly satisfying for us" said Francis Charig, Chairman and CEO of Tao Group. "What makes this relationship so exciting to Tao is the relationship we can enjoy with Amiga and the Amiga Community. The world has changed radically in the last few years and there is a vacuum in terms of content and software environments that meets the needs of the mass market. The skill sets of the Amiga community combined with the power and flexibility of Tao's software infrastructure means that the New Amiga can create the most compelling content for the emerging digital services and content markets."

NOTES TO EDITORS

ABOUT AMIGA
Amiga Incorporated is dedicated to the development, design, and implementation of components, services, and models that support the digital experience of tomorrow. Amiga lead the world into the multi-media experience in the early 80's, and will lead it into the Digital content universe of the future.

ABOUT TAO
Tao Group is an intellectual property generator and software company specializing in technologies for home and mobile networks. Incorporated in 1992, the Company provides leading edge products for the emerging markets of intelligent consumer devices. The company's philosophy is based on providing powerful frameworks for use right across the range of networked appliances from smart phones to digital television into which Tao's clients can build in their own branding and incorporate their own added value. Tao's clients include blue chip technology corporations in the United States, Japan and Europe. Motorola and Sony are investors in Tao Group. Tao is headquartered in Reading, United Kingdom, with representation in Japan and the US, and its staff includes more than fifty world-class software engineers. Tao is a Deloitte & Touche Fast 50 Winner and has won a series of innovation awards for its operating system and Java-based engine. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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08.Jan.2000
amiga-news.de


Articles about the Amiga sale
Since the attention of national and international press has been growing due to the recent Amiga purchase, we summarize the links to the seperate articles on our special page known from the last purchase... We now labeled the site "AmigaNG". You can find the link here at the title, or permanently in the right hand menu at the top.

Update: (14.01.2013, cg)

Integrated the special page into the news item for database import.

Links To Interesting External Articles

11.09.2001 - IT News: Amiga DE in a meeting of minds
15.08.2001 - IT News: Bernie's lost in time
11.08.2001 - Chip: Ami-West: Neue Produkte von Amiga
10.08.2001 - MSNBC: Tech titans celebrate PC anniversary
09.08.2001 - Transfert: Chérie, il y a un G4 dans mon Amiga!

25.07.2001 - Handelsblatt: Camgaroo: Der zweite Start
19.07.2001 - Kult is coming home - News bei "com!online" 08/2001
13.07.2001 - Filmmusik und Boing-Strandbälle gesucht
06.07.2001 - Golem: Bundesregierung gegen Monokultur bei PC-Betriebssystemen

26.06.2001 - Ausstellung: Control-Alt-Collect. Computer im Ruhestand
22.06.2001 - Chip: Amiga - Neuer Computer und Software
22.06.2001 - Golem: Bald wieder eine Amiga-Niederlassung in Deutschland?
15.06.2001 - RC5-64 Wettbewerb: Hälfte geschafft!
15.06.2001 - Artikel über "Party Pack" in ´Der Standard´
13.06.2001 - Golem: Amiga liefert Vorabversion von AmigaDE aus
11.06.2001 - Phillie MC nutzte Amiga 500
09.06.2001 - John Chandler: Artikel über AmigaSDL
02.06.2001 - c't-Newsteil: "Mac OS 9 auf dem AMIGA"

25.05.2001 - Neue Bilder und Bericht von der ´Japanese Business Show 2001´
23.05.2001 - Amiga Inc.: Sharp zeigt AmigaDE Applikation
22.05.2001 - Artikel über amiga-news.de bei CLICKFISH.com
14.05.2001 - Übersetzung des Entwickler-Interviews von Diff (Update)
12.05.2001 - Diff-Interview: Entwickler äußern sich über die Zukunft von AmigaOS 4
05.05.2001 - c't Ausgabe 10/2001: "Amiga-Comeback?"

30.04.2001 - Golem: Shogo MAD - PC-3D-Shooter nun auch für Amiga erhältlich
28.04.2001 - brand eins: Stan und Ollie lernen kochen
26.04.2001 - Infosync: Amiga gets into LinuxPDAs
24.04.2001 - Yahoo: Interview mit Peter Molyneux in Deutsch
18.04.2001 - 3sat online: Das Mekka-Symposium in Fallingbostel
14.04.2001 - AMIGA telecom? ... Nicht verwechseln :)
11.04.2001 - DIE WELT: "Ich denke, Sie sitzen im Knast"
06.04.2001 - Bill McEwen interviewed
05.04.2001 - Red Zac Hauptversammlung mit Amiga 1200
03.04.2001 - osOpinion: Be and Amiga: Ominous Parallels?
03.04.2001 - Pro-Linux: Amiga entwickelt Software für Linux-PDA
03.04.2001 - Heise: Amiga entwickelt PDA-Software

30.03.2001 - John Chandler Artikel: Amiga Handhelds
28.03.2001 - osOpinion:The Spirit of the Amiga Lives On
17.03.2001 - Spiegel: Fiepen, Quäken, Brausen
01.03.2001 - SPECTRUM online: AMIGA - The Computer That Wouldn't Die

09.02.2001 - AmigaOne auf offizieller türkischer Coca-Cola Website
08.02.2001 - Amigas bei der NASA

30.01.2001 - GameSpy Interview mit Bill McEwen
22.01.2001 - Amiga im "computerVIDEO" Magazin
20.01.2001 - GameSpy Interview mit Ben Hermans
18.01.2001 - Planet IT: Interview mit Bill McEwen
15.01.2001 - Bilder von Oldieparty der HTWK Leipzig
10.01.2001 - Die Welt: Wie die Chips das Lärmen lernten
08.01.2001 - Amigastory im ARIVA-Börsenforum
05.01.2001 - Corinna Cohn befragt Bill McEwen

17.12.2000 - Stern: Als die PIXEL spielen lernten
16.12.2000 - Die Zeiten ändern sich...
09.12.2000 - Amiga in Berliner Scene Club
08.12.2000 - Spiegel Online:"Urlaubsbilder1:Ibiza1989/Anreise.iff"(AMIGA-Nostalgie)
06.12.2000 - Liste mit berühmten Amiga-Einsätzen aktualisiert

29.11.2000 - Wanted: A Modern-Day Amiga (OsOpinion)
27.11.2000 - 17. Chaos Communication Congress - 27.-29.12.2000
19.11.2000 - LinuxPower: Alternative Computing Expo 2000
09.11.2000 - Blick: Amiga - die Rückkehr
09.11.2000 - Temple of Techology: Amiga and the Amiga One editorial
06.11.2000 - CheckOut: The Amiga Strikes Back ... Again!
05.11.2000 - techtv: IBM Cancels Crusoe ThinkPad
05.11.2000 - the new Amiga - VP assembly code demo
03.11.2000 - MacAddict: Amiga Goes Multiplatform With New SDK Release
03.11.2000 - GolemNN: Amiga liefert Windows-Entwicklerpaket aus
03.11.2000 - Eyetech Group Ltd.: Press Release
03.11.2000 - MaximumPC: Amiga Goes Multiplatform With New SDK Release
02.11.2000 - JeuxVideo: L'amiga n'est pas mort !

31.10.2000 - Süddeutsche Zeitung: Comeback auf Papier
31.10.2000 - Elbox: Press Release
31.10.2000 - I.T.: Amiga hangs its second coming on a scalable OS
27.10.2000 - Virtual Vision: Amiga, Amiga
26.10.2000 - Applelinks.com: New Amiga To Use G4 PPC Processor
26.10.2000 - IDG.se: Ny vår för Amigan
26.10.2000 - Info-Easy.fr: Amiga come back
26.10.2000 - Clubic: Le retour d'Amiga
26.10.2000 - GameReactor: Amigaen dør aldrig
25.10.2000 - IT-Avisen: Amiga vender tilbage
25.10.2000 - Tom´s Hardware Guide: Amiga tries again
25.10.2000 - vnunet.fr: Le (re-re-re) retour de l'Amiga
25.10.2000 - ZDNet: Amiga seeks life through partners
25.10.2000 - Wired: Amiga Fans, the Wait Is Over
25.10.2000 - MacCentral: New Amiga mirrors Mac with G4, FireWire
25.10.2000 - CMPTR: The new AmigaOne will be faster, ...
25.10.2000 - LinuxToday: Welcoming back an old Amiga
25.10.2000 - T-Online: AmigaOne kommt nächsten Sommer
25.10.2000 - I.T.: Amiga OS to run in household electronics
25.10.2000 - PCWelt: Amiga kehrt zurück
24.10.2000 - MaximumPC: Amiga Plunges Back into Hardware
24.10.2000 - CNet: Welcoming back an old Amiga
24.10.2000 - CHIP: Amiga Computer: Neue Modelle kommen im Sommer 2001
23.10.2000 - ZDNet: Amiga kündigt neue Hardware an
23.10.2000 - RP: Erste Rechner Mitte 2001 - Amiga meldet sich zurück
23.10.2000 - Heise: Amiga nimmt neuen (Hardware-) Anlauf
23.10.2000 - The Register: Amiga unveils next-gen hardware spec
23.10.2000 - TecChannel: AmigaOne: Schüchternes Comeback der Legende
23.10.2000 - Craig´s Amiga Journal: Amiga - Back with a Future
21.10.2000 - Golem: AmigaOne - Neuer Amiga kommt im Spätsommer 2001
21.10.2000 - Slashdot: Amiga, Inc. Announces AmigaOne Spec... Sort Of
21.10.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Executive Update from Bill McEwen
21.10.2000 - Amiga kündigt an: AmigaOne - - PR in english
20.10.2000 - Slashdot.org berichtet über steigenden Erfolg von Amiga
17.10.2000 - Elbox Insider Report
13.10.2000 - Elbox Press Release - Shark Attack
12.10.2000 - Temple of Technology: 2. Interview with Fleecy Moss
03.10.2000 - IT: Looking out of Windows

28.09.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Executive Update - in Deutsch
22.09.2000 - DCE Press Release - G-Rex PCI
21.09.2000 - Elbox Press Release - Mediator
18.09.2000 - GamesMania: It cames from the 80s
15.09.2000 - Slashdot: Interviews Come Back -- With Cringely's Answers
04.09.2000 - Elbox dispels rumours on MEDIATOR PCI

24.08.2000 - IBM: The new Amiga SDK
24.08.2000 - Heise: Red Hat und Amiga kündigen Kooperation an
23.08.2000 - GNN: Auch Red Hat verkauft nun das Amiga-SDK
23.08.2000 - BetaNews: Red Hat and Amiga Join to Promote Multimedia for Linux
22.08.2000 - Slashdot: Amiga Aliens With Red Hat
17.08.2000 - Dallas News: Megabytes of memories
17.08.2000 - GA-Hardware: Matrox Q & A with Sebastian MacDougall
16.08.2000 - Australian IT: Death rumours greatly exaggerated
12.08.2000 - Devicetop.com: Amiga SDK First Impression
09.08.2000 - Computer Channel: Amiga startet neue Rechnerlinie mit Matrox-Grafikkarten
08.08.2000 - amiga.org: Dave Haynie speaks on Virtual Processor (VP) code
08.08.2000 - amiga.org: James Russell: Amiga and the decentralization of mankind
08.08.2000 - SDK via redhat.com
07.08.2000 - NYPress: Having a Rave Up with Giorgio Gomelsky
07.08.2000 - GameSpy: 20 Questions with Peter Molyneux
06.08.2000 - Jonathan Clark: Comparing Amiga2k (Tao's Elate) with Microsoft's .net

31.07.2000 - Tech Extreme: Matrox & Amiga in the Shack ...
30.07.2000 - IBM: The new Amiga
29.07.2000 - Zingo.org: Amiga SDK by Stefan Zivkovic
28.07.2000 - KURIER online: Matrox als Partner für kommende Amiga Rechner
28.07.2000 - GNN: Amiga wählt Matrox als Partner für kommende Amiga-Rechner
27.07.2000 - Amiga, Inc.: Nova Design Will Demonstrate d'Amiga Workstation at AmiWest Show
26.07.2000 - Amiga, Inc.: Amiga and Matrox Form Strategic Alliance
21.07.2000 - O´Reilly Network: Mining the Web with REBOL
21.07.2000 - Eurolinux-Petition: Massive Unterstützung für die EuroLinux-Petition
20.07.2000 - Bill McEwen: In Response to Community Concerns Posted on MooBunny - Deutsch
19.07.2000 - MSNBC: e-mail is even more dangerous
19.07.2000 - AMIGA INC. AND KDH DATENTECHNIK
19.07.2000 - Gary Peake on AmiOpen-ML about licence-policy
19.07.2000 - Heise: Sun macht StarOffice offiziell zur Open Source unter GPL
18.07.2000 - ZDTV: The New Amiga
18.07.2000 - AmigaFresh: Interview with Bill McEwen
18.07.2000 - AMIGA, Inc.: d´Amiga
15.07.2000 - Heise: Gegendarstellung zu "c't wehrt 'Lizenzerpressung' ab"
14.07.2000 - AMIGA Inc.: WORKSTATION IN NORTH AMERICA
11.07.2000 - Krawall Gaming Network: Amiga - Eine Legende: Teil 1
11.07.2000 - Krawall Gaming Network: Amiga - Eine Legende: Teil 2
11.07.2000 - Krawall Gaming Network: Amiga - Eine Legende: Teil 3
07.07.2000 - Heise: c't wehrt "Lizenzerpressung" ab
07.07.2000 - Spiegel: M E T @ B O X Kurssprünge am laufenden Band
07.07.2000 - Heise: Comeback eines Klassikers: Neues von Amiga
06.07.2000 - Applefritter: The Luggage
04.07.2000 - Tao Group: MathEngine and Tao Group Announce Strategic Partnership
02.07.2000 - osOpinion: Can you change your mind?
01.07.2000 - csam: John Wiederhirn: VP "Omissions" and problems re SDK...
     - Answer from Amiga

30.06.2000 - CNNfn: Amiga President & CEO, CNNfn
29.06.2000 - Gamers Depot: Interview with Bill McEwen
28.06.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Amiga Inc. and Compuquick Media Center
27.06.2000 - OSOpinion: Can you change your mind?
27.06.2000 - First Apps for AMIE available
26.06.2000 - OSOpinion: The Forgotten OS - Part 1
22.06.2000 - New York Times: The Return of a Desktop Cult Classic (No, Not the Mac)
17.06.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Amiga Inc. and Software Hut Inc. - Deutsch
07.06.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Amiga Inc. and Eyetech Form Partnership - Deutsch
06.06.2000 - WIRED: Amiga Looks Like a Duck
06.06.2000 - EETimes: Trio touts multicore parallel processing architecture
05.06.2000 - PC Pro Horizons: Amiga To Be PC Of 2000?
04.06.2000 - GIGA: Amiga ist wieder da
03.06.2000 - Tao Group: Amiga is Back, and will change computing forever, again
03.06.2000 - The Register: Amiga is Back and will change computing forever, again
03.06.2000 - Slashdot: The "New" Amiga Finally Releases Something
03.06.2000 - GNN: Amiga is Back - AmigaOS soll auf jeder Hardware laufen
03.06.2000 - AMIGA: Executive Update - Deutsch

17.04.2000 - Tao: Amiga Announces Plans to Embrace Sun's Java Technology

21.03.2000 - Spiegel: Amiga, lebst Du noch?
21.03.2000 - Heise: Neues Betriebssystem für den Amiga
21.03.2000 - Akademie.de: Amiga stellt am 1. April System für Entwickler vor
20.03.2000 - Wired News: Amiga Back From the Dead Again
20.03.2000 - Yahoo: Rückkehr: Amiga zeigt neues System
13.03.2000 - Executive Update Bill McEwen
       Exec. Update Übersetzung von Rüdiger Engel

11.02.2000 - CNet: Wall Street gets glimpse of AOL TV
07.02.2000 - ZDNet: Inside Track
04.02.2000 - AMIGA: Executive Update
       AIDA: Übersetzung von Martina Jacobs

19.01.2000 - GNN: Motorola investiert in Amiga-Partner Tao
17.01.2000 - Techweb.com: RTOS house Tao teams up with reborn Amiga
15.01.2000 - EETimes: Moto invests in virtual processor software house
15.01.2000 - Amiga: Setting some things straight/Fleecy Moss
      Übersetzung von Martina Jacobs
14.01.2000 - EETimes: Amiga reborn via Tao alliance
11.01.2000 - COSA Progess Update
10.01.2000 - High Tech Journal: Amiga computer's new friends
10.01.2000 - Craig´s Amiga Journal: What light through yonder window shines?
08.01.2000 - Amiga Inc.: Amiga and Tao-Group enter into a strategic relationship
      Übersetzung von Martin Baute
08.01.2000 - TAO-Group: Amiga and Tao-Group enter into a strategic relationship
08.01.2000 - Fun Time World: ElateRTM
07.01.2000 - Individual.com: HAVi Organization
07.01.2000 - amiga-news.de: Amiga annouce strategic relationship with Tao Group
07.01.2000 - Amiga Future: Interview mit Petro Tyschtschenko
07.01.2000 - ZDNet: Amiga's new savior: Bill McEwen
06.01.2000 - Wired: Amiga: It´s Alive, Alive!
05.01.2000 - IDG.se: Gateway säljer Amiga till före detta anställd
04.01.2000 - MacAddict: The Little Computer That Could
04.01.2000 - Tomorrow: Gateway verkauft Amiga
04.01.2000 - Gamesmania: Gateway verkauft Amiga / Amino Development schlägt zu
04.01.2000 - ZDF: Gateway verkauft Amiga wieder
04.01.2000 - GNN: Neue Chance? Gateway verkauft Amiga
04.01.2000 - GNN: USB - Erweiterung für Amiga
04.01.2000 - Amiga: Erstes offizielles Statement von Bill McEwen: Executive Update
04.01.2000 - First official statement from Bill McEwen: Executive Update
04.01.2000 - ZDNet: Gateway verkauft Amiga
04.01.2000 - Computerwoche: Gateway verkauft Amiga-Marke
04.01.2000 - ZDNet: Gateway sells Amiga to startup
04.01.2000 - GIGA: Amiga wechselt Besitzer
03.01.2000 - Gateway verkauft Amiga
03.01.2000 - PC-Welt: Amiga wieder verscherbelt
03.01.2000 - COSA Reaction to Amino Purchase of Amiga Rights
02.01.2000 - FutureZone: Amiga wechselt erneut den Besitzer
01.01.2000 - Heise: Gateway verkauft Amiga

31.12.1999 - abcNews.com: Gateway Sells Rights to Amiga Name
31.12.1999 - Brad Webb: AmigaUpdate Newsletter
31.12.1999 - Fleecy Moss in c.s.a.m: Welcome to tomorrow
    Übersetzung von AIDA:Fleecy Moss von Amino zum Amiga-Kauf
31.12.1999 - CNN: Gateway sells Amiga line
31.12.1999 - Individual.com: Amino Development Buys Amiga Name, Inventory From Gateway
    Übersetzung von AIDA: Amino kauft Amiga-Rechte von Gateway
31.12.1999 - Yahoo: Amino Development Buys Amiga Name, Inventory From Gateway
31.12.1999 - Yahoo: Gateway Sells Rights to Amiga Name
31.12.1999 - CNet: Gateway unloads Amiga name
31.12.1999 - The Register: Gateway sells Amiga to ex-Amiga employee
31.12.1999 - Slashdot: Gateway Sells Rights to Amiga Name
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Amiga 2K
Amiga 2K is the next major Amiga event, which will take place early April in St. Louis, hosted by Bob and Diana Scharp. Bill McEwen, Fleecy Moss and Petro Tyschtschenko will represent Amiga Inc. on the Gateway Computer Show. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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AMIGA aktuell issue 01/00 now online
AMIGA aktuell issue 01/00 has been released. (unk) (Translation: mb)

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