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[News] Amiga Inc. wants games for PDA and Cell phoneANN.lu
Posted on 09-Mar-2001 14:18 GMT by Christian Kemp11 comments
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According to this message, a forwarded message by Gary Peake, Amiga Inc. are looking for content, and more specifically, for 5k-10k cell phone games and 400k-500k PDA games. They have "two potential companies looking to [them] for content", and they want "a demo to show either of these gents". Update: Randy Hughes posted this comment that says: those creating content will obviously be compensated for their contributions in the form of licensing agreements.
[News] Rebirth of #amirc channelANN.lu
Posted on 09-Mar-2001 13:33 GMT by Christian Kemp5 comments
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Barry Smith writes: I write to inform you of the rebirth of the IRC channel on Undernet, #Amirc. Yep its back. (..) Also I'd like to invite your readers (and you :) to come and join us! Me, I'm mostly using ICQ nowadays. It's been years since I last used IRC.
[Web] New Phoenix Developer Consortium website opensANN.lu
Posted on 09-Mar-2001 05:27 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Gary Cunningham-Lee wrote: The Phoenix Developer Consortium website is live again. The website is part of the organization's efforts to support developers creating products for the QNX RTP, Amiga, MorphOS, AROS and Dolphin OS computer platforms. Members include both software and hardware developers. The public portion of the site currently includes a FAQ, news and links page and an introduction to RTP. More things are on the way. Visit the site if you've been curious about what Phoenix is up to these days.


http://phinixi.com
[News] Amiga Front Page on IEEE Spectrum MagazineANN.lu
Posted on 08-Mar-2001 23:25 GMT by Christian Kemp3 comments
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Matthew DeSantis noticed IEE Spectrum Online "has a front page coverage about the history and future of Amiga entitled (as weve all heard before) "The computer that wouldn't die"." He then adds, "in their web feature, just like the mag, they have a pictures page, not only of new Amiga OE, but also the original prototype emulation logic boards of [the] A1000." Update: This appears to be a double post.
[Web] AmigaNG games listANN.lu
Posted on 08-Mar-2001 09:03 GMT by Christian Kemp11 comments
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VIncent Perkins wrote: "The world best AmigaNG site (in my opinion), just got better with full list of all the games that should be coming to the next Amiga! enjoy."


http://members.tripod.co.uk/new_amiga/Games/games.htm
[Rant] Analysis of user interfacesANN.lu
Posted on 07-Mar-2001 13:15 GMT by Christian Kemp5 comments
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Henrik Mikael Kristensen wrote: An analysis of the Windows and Mac OS user interfaces can be found here along with a little interesting quiz. The interesting part is that many of the points complained about in the article with Windows/MacOS's GUIs were in fact addressed with the classic Amiga OS. Also an article of good basic user interface design can be found here. Why is this important? Because it can help fine tuning the GUI for AmigaDE, by following simple rules in user interface design, making the end-user experience much more pleasing.
[News] G-REX 1200 PCIANN.lu
Posted on 07-Mar-2001 09:51 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
Vesalia Computer wrote: G-REX 1200 PCI boards made by DCE will be available from Vesalia Computer on March, 9th.

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[News] PCI Boards for A1200 are available nowANN.lu
Posted on 06-Mar-2001 20:37 GMT by Christian Kemp53 comments
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Guenter Horbach wrote: As of today, the two PCI Boards for the Amiga 1200 (Mediator from Elbox and G-Rex from DCE) are available at KDH Datentechnik. Bundle prices, which include the PCI boards and the Voodoo3 boards are also available. KDH ships Amiga products worldwide. So take advantage of the current Dollar / DM exchange rate and make your Amiga PCI dream come true. The German VAT (16%) will NOT be charged to shipments outside of the EU countries.
[News] Interview with Mr. Thomas Knaebel of bplanANN.lu
Posted on 06-Mar-2001 18:28 GMT by Christian Kemp0 comments
pault wrote: On the CybergraphX support page, there is an interview posted with Mr. Knaebel by Amiga Aktuell magazine that also has an English translation (not the clearest one) as well as the original German. Some details of the production schedule (Q3) for Pegasos the PPC machine, and other comments.
[News] Fleecy on Amiga's directionANN.lu
Posted on 06-Mar-2001 14:01 GMT by Christian Kemp28 comments
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More information on Amiga's future plans will be displayed on amiga.com, says Fleecy, but they "don't want to pre-empt St Louis". There "will be one direction that the owner provides, and that will be revealed at St Louis." "As for the AROS group, it would be nice to roll a lot of their effort into any future direction", he adds. Read the original posting on the amigaone group at Yahoo.
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