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- Met@box Announces G3 PPC Accelerator for the Amiga.
Amiga Advisory Council
- AAC Officially Launched. This well respected group was established to help Amiga Inc. with its future plans.
Amiga Network News
- Amiga newsgroup summaries.
- News of new, next generation Amiga and AmigaSoft operating environment (OS 5.0 is part of it), and of upcoming Amiga MCC: Multimedia Convergence Computer: photos, specs, patents, more.
- W(h)ither The Amiga? by Fred Langa. Is it the end of the road for this fabled platform?
- Amiga news site with reviews, interviews, software, previews, links and forum.
ITG Sopping List: Communications
- "The IBM Technology Group's growing list of OEM partners reads like a who's who of technology companies, cutting across both consumer and business segments." By Lisa DiCarlo, eWEEK
- Can Amiga recapture its former glory? By John G. Spooner, ZDNN.
- The Latest Amiga PowerPC news.
Slashdot - Amiga to use Linux Kernel
- Announcement and discussion of Amiga Technologies' plans to use the Linux kernel.
Slashdot - QNX Update On New Amiga OS
- Announcement and discussion of QNX releasing details and screenshots of their new Amiga OS.
Suite101: Amiga Are No April Fools
- Amiga announce plans for this year, including a developer box and concept systems.
- Amiga CEO confirms software-only strategy.
UCC Network by Haider Tuaima
- UCC Network created in Dubai-UAE by Haider H Tuaima (founder of UCC Software & Meda Computing, Baghdad-Iraq) dealing with the latest computing news. A different point of view on computing issues given by an Amiga and Windows computer user.
ZDNN: Tech News
- Jilted again! Amiga scraps PC plan; Company to focus on licensing its software rather than on making a multimedia machine, leaving its longsuffering fans heartbroken once more. - By John G. Spooner
ZDNet News: Gateway 'could have had it all'
- Gateway Inc. may have big plans for Linux-based Internet appliances. But Amiga Inc. has aspirations of its own to bring Linux to 'Amigans.'
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