The funny folks at Squirrel Monkey made a fantasy promotional video for a computer that never existed, called the DC 640. It had a number of cutting edge features, including a built-in LED alarm clock, an FM transmitter (for data and voice communication), and a solderless breadboard.
James Carter's Starring the Computer collects appearances of home computers in television shows and movies. The Commodore 64 is well-represented, but my childhood haunt the Amstrad CPC isn't quite so… READ THE REST
LGR bought the Book 8088 and the Hand 386, new computers with old chips. The Book 8088 is a very retro-style laptop, more than an inch thick and complete with… READ THE REST
Linux now runs on the Commodore 64, the 1982 8-bit home computer, thanks to some incredible work by Onno Kortmann: "But does it run Linux? can now be finally and… READ THE REST
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TL:DR; Give the gift of recalling all of your favorite moments with this 10.1" digital photo frame and remote control for just $47.97, just over 50% off its regular price, no coupon code… READ THE REST
TL:DR; Backed by ChatGPT, My AI eBook Creation Pro helps you create your very own eBooks, even if you have no writing experience — all it takes is three simple clicks! And you… READ THE REST