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26.Jan.2002
Golem - IT News


Golem: news regarding the case between Obelix and MobiliX
»Reply to suit released on the Internet
On November 2001 had Werner Heuser, provider of the Open Source project MobiliX - UniX on Mobile Computers received a suit from "Lés Editions Albert René", owner of the trademark rights "Obelix". Heuser didn't want to simply abandon the mark and therefore went to court. The reply to the suit by the Berlin law firm Jaschinski Biere Brexl (JBB) was made available by him on his pages.«
Full (German) article see title link.

Interesting here is the release of the full reply to the suit, where among other things websites as well as subsites with similar names like for example Idefix are mentioned. Affected by this are among others the Aminet and Jens Schönfeld. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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26.Jan.2002
Amiga.org


Amiga.org tests Mambo Site Server
After having made bad experiences with PHP-Nuke as web interface and suffering several hacker attacks Wayne Hunt has now installed partially Mambo Site Server as new web interface at amiga.org. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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26.Jan.2002
SPIEGEL


SPIEGEL: new IBM strategy - Linux for mainframes
»IBM goes Linux: The American computer giant presents its first mainframe computers that are developed exlusively for the Open Source operating system.«
Full (German) article see title link. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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26.Jan.2002
Amiga Arena


Amiga Arena: interview with Ralph Torchia (SpitfireČ)
With SpitfireČ exists a very good shareware software for all Amiga and PalmOS users. SpitfireČ allows a connection between a Palm computer and an Amiga computer. Amiga Arena talked to Ralph Torchia, the developer of SpitfireČ, about the past and the future of the program. The interview can be found following the title link while the English version is available here. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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26.Jan.2002
Amiga Future


Amiga Future: log file of the bplan chat translated to German
On 21.01.2002 at 19.00 o'clock took on the IRC channel #AmigaFun a chat with Salvador Fernandez Gomez from bplan place. Via the title link you'll find the translation by Amiga Future of the original log file. (ps) (Translation: wk)

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26.Jan.2002
CUCUG


CUCUG: Status Register January 2002
The Status Register is the monthly newsletter of the Champaign-Urbana Computer User Group. Dealt are current and important information regarding Amiga, Macintosh and PC as well as the computer industry. (ps)

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25.Jan.2002
Robert Williams (ANF)


New Total Amiga Website
South Essex Amiga Link is proud to announce the launch of a website for Total Amiga Magazine:

http://www.totalamiga.org

Total Amiga is the new name for our established quarterly printed Amiga magazine, "Clubbed".

On our new site you can find full details about the magazine, contents lists for past issues and our plans for the future. There is information on ordering trial copies of the magazine and subscriptions with links to ForeMatt Home Computing and Kicksoft who offer an online ordering service for us.

We also have a behind the scenes section where you can find out how the magazine is produced (on the Amiga of course) and see a preview of the new design.

The first issue of Total Amiga is going to press next week and will be available in February.
(ps)

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24.Jan.2002
SPIEGEL


SPIEGEL: Wearable computers
Students from Weimar, Germany, present handhelds as wearable trinkets and show how mini-computers can become wearable vogue.
See title link for the Spiegel article (German). (ps) (Translation: mj)

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24.Jan.2002
Joachim "Joooch" Nink (ANF)


Cinemaware: "It came from the desert" and "Antheads" for downlaod
After "Wings" and "Defender of the Crown" now there is also available for free download "It came from the desert" and "Antheads". This entry at Cinemaware was done on 17. December 2001. (ps) (Translation: mj)

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24.Jan.2002
Richard Kapp (ANF)


GFX-BASE: New tutorial
A new tutorial can be found at GFX-BASE. This tutorial is about Opus Magellan 2 and Workbench to get a maximum of use and to simplify your daily work with your Amiga. (ps) (Translation: mj)

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