Bruno Antunes - Amiga BBS
Bruno Antunes wrote a blog about connecting a Amiga (MiST) to the internet. He used an ESP8266 module for the WiFi connection and installed the Zeus BBS system on the Amiga (MiST).
Bart Venneker - C64 chat (4)
Bart Venneker is building a system that you can use to chat like in the year 1985. The recent changes are: The circuit board for the cartridge is ready, but Bart is going to make some minor changes.
Chuck Hutchins - PET 2001 Datassette
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about the datassette in a Commodore PET 2001. He shows that the datassette is a normal audio recorder that Commodore adapted for the PET 2001.
SaRuMan - C64
SaRuMan is a RAM replacement board for the Commodore C64/C64c. It can be used on the C64/C64c motherboards 250466 and 250469.
Magic Desk - 512k
Marko Šolajić developed a Magic Desk compatible cartridge for up to 512kb (expandable up to 1Mb) for your Commodore C64. He also developed a Magic Desk cartridge generator.
Commodore PET Mini
You can now build your own Commodore PET Mini. You can use a 3D printer to print the PET and install a Raspberry Pi and a small screen inside. The creator of this mini PET is Lorenzo Herrera.
THEC64 Full size
THEC64 Full size will be available in December 2019. Features:C64, VIC 20 & Games Carousel, a joystick with micro switches and games such as: California Games, Paradroid, Boulder Dash, Attack of the Mutant Camels, Hover Bovver, Iridis Alpha, Gridrunner, Galencia and Planet of Death.
Ovesen.net - Amiga 500 memory expansion
Ovesen.net made a new video about building a memory expansion for the Amiga 500 from a kit.
Chuck Hutchins - Commodore Plus/4 Datassette adapter
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about building an adapter to connect a 1531 to a PET or a C2N to a Plus/4.
New C64 peripherals
3D-vice wrote a blog about new peripherals for the Commodore C64. He writes about: The digital tape deck/recorder for Commodore 64 / 128 / VIC 20, The Commodore 64 power monitor II for C64 / VIC20 / C128 / Plus4, The µCassette Commodore 64 datasette adapter and the Wifi modem for Commodore 64 computers.
Ultimate64 - Firmware 1.20
Gideon released new firmware for the Ultimate64. Changes in this version: Audio / video streaming via Ethernet, improvements for the printer, VIC, CPU, SID player, network and telnet.
1541 Diskettes & errors
Michael Steil wrote an article with tips for dumping a 1451 diskette that contains errors. He also writes about cleaning the diskettes and the read/write head of the disk drive.
Mega65
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: The MEGAphone prototype and the Mega65 keyboards PCBs.
Daniel Renner - ARM2SID
Daniel Renner has made a video about the installation and use of the ARM2SID.
Ovesen.net - Final Catridge III
Ovesen.net made a new video about building a Final Cartridge III from a kit.
ADF-Copy/Drive v1.010
ADF-Copy is a small device with a Teensy 3.2. This device connects to USB and a 3,5" PC floppy drive. This device makes it possible to read and write ADF's from or to a real Amiga diskette.
RetroSpector78 - Commodore PC-20 II
RetroSpector78 has made a video of a Commodore PC-20 II. He shows the inside of the PC and talks about all the parts.
Adrian Black - C16 PAL / NTSC
A new video from Adrian Black. He modified a Commodore C16 that can display PAL or NTSC video.
Amiga 2000 Flickerfixer / Scandoubler
Simon Albert built a flickerfixer / scandoubler for the Amiga 2000. The flickerfixer uses a Xilinx CPLD and two 256k x 16 SRAMs and is placed in the Amiga 2000 video slot.
Adrian Black - 1541 modification
A new video from Adrian Black. This time he installs an alternative power supply in a Commodore 1541 disk drive that produces less heat.
Bart Venneker - C64 chat (3)
Bart Venneker is building a system that you can use to chat like in the year 1985. The recent changes are: The communication now works via the IEC bus.
Retrohax - C128
Retrohax has written a blog about repairing and modding a Commodore C128. The changes are: JiffyDOS, SD2IEC, C=KEY, SIDFX and a C128 Video Mux.
BackBit - C64
BackBit is a new cartridge developed by Evie Salomon. The cartridge can use a SD memory card for storing D64, T64, CRT or PRG files. Via a menu you can choose which file you want to load into your Commodore 64.
Daniel Renner - FPGASID Adapters
Daniel Renner has made a video about the installation and use of FPGA adapters.
Chuck Hutchins - petSD+
Chuck Hutchins has made a video about assembling and testing a petSD+ version 2.4. This is a SD card reader for the Commodore PET.
Mega65
Paul Gardner-Stephen is working on a FPGA version of the Commodore C65. His goal is to make an 8-bit computer for the 21st century. Most recent updates: Free and Open-Source replacement ROMs for the Commodore C64.
Adrian Black - C64 Kernal Switcher (Arduino)
A new video from Adrian Black. This time he installs a Kernal switcher in a Commodore C64. The features are: 4 different KERNAL images, selection with the RESTORE key and a reset function.
Mini Commodore monitor
Chris Mills has built an mini version of a Commodore 1702 monitor for his C64 Mini. He also use the monitor together with a Raspberry-Pi and Combian with the VICE emulator.
ADF-Copy/Drive v1.001
ADF-Copy is a small device with a Teensy 3.2. This device connects to USB and a 3,5" PC floppy drive. This device makes it possible to read and write ADF's from or to a real Amiga diskette. The new features are: Compare, Format / AutoFormat, Diskinfo and Settings.
Bart Venneker - C64 chatting like it is 1985 (Dutch)
Bart Venneker has made a video about building a system to chat like it is the year 1985. The system uses a WiFi connection and a server to receive and send messages with your Commodore C64.
GadgetUK164 - CD32 TF330
GadgetUK164 has made a video about an Amiga CD32 with a Terrible Fire TF330C. The TF330 has a 68030 CPU, 64 MB RAM and an IDE controller.
6502 Watch
NotArtyom has built a watch that is powered by a 6502 microprocessor. The features are: 65c02 CPU @ 8MHz, 65c22 VIA (LCD, keyboard and buttons), Nokia 5110 LCD, 32 KB SRAM, 16 KB ROM and a Commodore keyboard connector.
IEEE488 cartridge
Asklia & knusis developed an IEEE488 cartridge for the Commodore C64. The features are: IEEE 488 bus routines for Commodore and other IEEE devices. Function keys, speed loader (Speeddos) and Centroncis.
C64 Weather station
Matteo Angelini has built a system for the Commodore C64 with a DS1307 / DS3231 and a BME280 module. This system gives you a Real Time Clock, a temperature, humidity and an atmospheric pressure measurement. The program uses this measurements to display a weather station.
MiSTer
MiSTer is a port of well-known MiST project, but with a larger FPGA and a faster ARM. Examples of "cores" are: Commodore PET, VIC20, C16, Plus/4, C64 and the Amiga. The recent changes are: C16: SID support, C64: Improvements for cartridges, CIA, SID, user-port and support for TAP files.
VIC-2020 MINIMON
Mike is developing a new cartridge for the Commodore VIC20. MINIMON is only 2 KB - $9800..$9FFF and the features are: Memory dump / edit, Register dump / edit, Execute code, Direct Assembler / Disassembler, Transfer, Compare, Fill, Hunt, breakpoints, Load, Save and Verify.
Warp1260
The Polish company CS-LAB is developing the Warp1260 turbo card for the Amiga. You can now watch a demonstration video on YouTube.
Tynemouth Software - SD2PET
Tynemouth Software has written a blog about the development of a SD card disk drive for the Commodore PET series of computers. The SD2PET is now available for pre-order.
Usborne books
Usborne has made older computer books available for free in the pdf format. A few examples are: Machine code for beginners, Creepy computer games, The mystery of Silver Mountain and Computer Fun.
Adrian Black - C16 & Plus/4 CPU replacement
Adrian Black has made a video about replacing the 8501 CPU in a Commodore C16 or Plus/4 with a 6510 CPU from a Commodore C64.
BastichB 64K - Digital Datassette
BastichB 64K made a video about the use of a digital replacement for the Commodore Datassette.
Shift-Clr/Home: More 8-Bit Thoughts In A GigaBit World
Lenard Roach has written another book about the 8-bit world. This book is about the best-selling computer of all time - The Commodore.
VIC-2000 Expander
Radical Brad is working on a modern expansion for the Commodore VIC-20. The features are VGA video, 4096 colours, 16 Megabytes of fast audio / video memory, a blitter system (sprites) and 4 channels of 8 bit sound.

A demonstration video of the VIC-2000 Expander.
A modern Commodore 64
Eric Hill built himself a modern Commodore C64. He used an Individual Computers MK2 Reloaded, Kickstarter C64C case and the Mechboard64.
C256 Foenix
Stefany Allaire is working on a successor for the Commodore C64/128. Recent changes: A new design for the case.
Sven Petersen - C64 Power Supply
Sven Petersen has developed a replacement power supply for the Commodore C64. You can built the power supply yourself. The schematics, parts list and PCB lay-outs are available on GitHub.
Jan Derogee - Rotary Dial Numpad
Jan Derogee has developed new hardware for the Commodore VIC20 and the C64. The VIC20 and C64 don't have a numerical keypad like the C128. To solve that problem in the most possible retro kind of way, there is now the "Rotary Dial Numpad".
C0pperdragon - C64 Video Enhancement
C0pperdragon has developed a modification board for the Commodore 64 with a YPbPr video output. This device passively listens to 22 pins of the VIC-II and uses an FPGA to create a pixel-perfect video image.
Daniel Renner - Turbo Chameleon v2
Daniel Renner made a video about the new Turbo Chameleon v2 cartridge from Individual Computers.
Rob Clarke - PET 4010 Voice Response Unit
Rob Clarke has made a video about the Commodore PET 4010 Voice Response Unit. This device was developed for the Commodore PET/CBM computer by the Votrax corporation.