Version 18.104.22.168 of the popular AppleWin Apple II emulator for Windows has been released.The new version has numerous improvements.
This Week in Tech (also known as TWiT), a weekly podcast on technology in a roundtable format, has a special guest this week: Steve Wozniak, inventor of the Apple-1 and Apple II computers and co-founder of Apple Computer, Inc.
The December, 2005 issue of Lyle Syverson’s long-running monthly newsletter is ready for viewing. The Lamp! summarizes interesting content from the Syndicomm.com Apple II Forum.
P84Ever is an Apple II emulator written in Java and available as both an applet and a MIDlet for mobile phones. You can try out Mario Bros. or Snake right from the author’s web page. Steven Hugg’s Applelet is not available in compiled form, but you can download the source code from his site.
The 8BitBaby prototyping board, which has slot edge connectors for the Apple II, as well as for the Commodore 64, VIC-20, and C-16, C-116, and Plus-4 computers. The card costs just 7.90 Euro, which at the time of this announcement was about USD $9.40.
Andy McFadden has updated his excellent Windows Apple II disk image and file utility, CiderPress, to version 2.3.1. The new version supports importing Applesoft BASIC programs from text files, resulting in a “BAS” file. Also, the File menu now has a Reopen command, to tell CiderPress to detect changes to a disk image caued by […]
The Syndicomm Online Store has reduced the price of the ORCA/M assembler for the Apple IIgs to US $35. Syndicomm has run out of the original bound manuals and is now selling reformatted copies printed on 8.5?x11? three-hole-punched paper.
Howard Katz has released, a little late due to some communication problems, the November issue of Apple II News & Notes, the freely-redistributable monthly newsletter covering the news of the Apple II world.
Join PAUG on Friday, December 9th, at the usual time in Dave Ciotti’s basement for the final meeting of the year! As is the tradition, the meeting will include a holiday party, so please bring along a cake or cookie dish to share with the members. Dave will supply soda, coffee, and apple cider. A number of Mac demos are planned, including Apple’s new Photo Booth program, Imaginator, Teleport, and ExhibitionX, but Apple II users are always welcome!
A preliminary version of ReApple, an Apple ][+ emulator for Linux, has been released. The emulated Apple ][+ features a Z80 card.