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1995 - Amiga News Stories from 1995 - This is our listing of older news stories starting with coverage of the Commodore auction/sale in April.
1996 - Amiga News Stories from 1996 - The new year began with the announcement that a new company named VIScorp would license Amiga technology and ended with news that QuikPak had made a bid for the assets of Amiga.
1997 - Amiga News Stories from 1997 - The biggest news of 1997 was that giant PC maker Gateway 2000 had purchased all rights to the Amiga in March. Many other stories followed and there was much going on in the Amiga community!
1998 - Amiga News Stories from 1998 - Amiga Inc. made a number of big announcements in 1998 and other Amiga vendors scrambled trying to keep their businesses alive during this transition period.
1999 - Amiga News Stories from 1999 - Gateway made many promises to bring out the next generation Amiga but it all fell apart and all we got was an update to the classic AmigaDos.
1992-1997 - Old Amiga Reviews - Our restored archive of old Amiga reviews from Usenet. Back by popular demand.