Amiga Addict Magazine: Amiga Addict is an independent magazine set up by Amiga users and worked on using Amiga Hardware. We aim to cover all aspects of 'Amiga' and 'Amiga-like' systems in the modern world. The idea of this magazine is to engage the wider retro community, giving them the experience of a UK-based Amiga magazine. We aim to support other magazines out there (who are doing a great job) such as Amiga Future. More magazines and diversity means more fun! We hope the magazine will be self-sufficient funded by advertising and readers.
Fusion Magazine (£): A brand new magazine covering gaming - all types of gaming across Retro, Indie, Current, Handheld, Table Top and even games such as Flight Deck from the 1980s toy-box.
IEEE Annals of the History of Computing ($): The IEEE Annals of the History of Computing serves as a record of vital contributions which recount, preserve, and analyze the history of computing and the impact of computing on society.
Juiced.GS: Juiced.GS is a quarterly print magazine for Apple II users. With a highly-knowledgeable staff of Apple II experts with years of experience, we provide top-notch news, reviews, interviews, and tutorials for all Apple II users, having expanded beyond the publication's original focus on the Apple IIGS.
Kilobyte Magazine: Kilobyte Magazine is a fanzine for 8bit enthusiasts. It covers consoles, computers, handhelds and more, as well as new games for old systems. If you grew up with Commodore, Atari, Sinclair or Amstrad, this magazine is for you.
Lotek64 (DEU): Lotek64 ist eine kostenlose Zeitschrift für ältere Spielkonsolen und Heimcomputer. Aufgrund seiner weiten Verbreitung bildet der Commodore 64 einen “natürlichen” Schwerpunkt der Berichterstattung, es werden aber keine Systeme ausgeschlossen.
Paleotronic: Paleotronic Magazine examines the evolution and culture of electronics and computers through a retro-inspired yet modern-styled format; paired with microM8, an emulation platform for learning computer science and coding skills while exploring computing history, they make a perfect team for both education and nostalgia, for teens and adults!
Resurrection - The CCS Journal: Resurrection is the Computer Conservation Society’s journal. With typically four issues each year containing articles on computer history and related topics in an A5 booklet format. It contains CCS news, articles and other material.
Retro Gamer: The award-winning essential guide to classic videogames. The only magazine in the UK totally dedicated to all aspects of retro gaming, containing exclusive interviews with classic developers, behind the scenes access to the biggest games of all time, and fascinating new facts about all of your favourite games.
RetroMagazine (ITA): Benvenutinel 1986… anzi no! Benvenutial primo numero di RetroMagazine, una rivista tutta italiana dedicata al mondo del retrocomputing scritta da appassionati per appassionati.
SAM Revival magazine: Started in 2002, SAM Revival is the only magazine produced for the SAM Coupe. SAM Revival aims to be packed full of all the latest SAM Coupé news, interesting features, articles and interviews, catering for everything SAM related. Starting as just a paper magazine, a coverdisk was introduced with issue 9 onwards (and audio CD with issue 11), spot colour from issue 14. And now, as of January 2017, SAM Revival has evolved into a professionally printed magazine with full colour throughout. Issues 24 and 25 now available in this new, exciting format.
The Spectrum Show Magazine: With all of the content in the show, I decided to try and put something together in the form of a PDF magazine. The first issue was called The Spectrum Show Annual, as I planned to do it every year as a round up of the shows. As time moved on though, they became more frequent, and are now published when they are ready.
1000BiT: We are one of the most extensive web archives of vintage computers.
Amiga Magazine Rack: The ultimate Amiga magazines resource.
Byte magazine: Byte magazine was an early microcomputer magazine, influential in the late 1970s and throughout the 1980s because of its wide-ranging editorial coverage. Byte started in 1975, shortly after the first personal computers appeared as kits which were advertised in the back of electronics magazines.
C=Hacking: C=Hacking is an electronic technical publication for the Commodore 8-bit community, by the Commodore 8-bit community. The subject matter covers a broad range of topics including software, hardware, and other areas of interest to technically-minded readers. Articles are contributed on a voluntary basis and represent the cutting edge of Commodore 8-bit technical developments from its most innovative and productive members.
Compute! Magazine Archive: Compute! was an American computer magazine that was published from 1979 to 1994, though it can trace its origin to 1978 in Len Lindsay's PET Gazette, one of the first magazines for the Commodore PET computer. In its 1980s heyday Compute! covered all major platforms, and several single-platform spinoffs of the magazine were launched.
Computer Newsletters: User Groups and Flyers: Besides the glossy magazines, stacks of photocopied, hand-printed and distributed newsletters brought information and insight to computer users.
Digital technical journal: Since 1985, the Journal has been privileged to publish information about engineering accomplishments significant for DIGITAL, including standards-setting network and storage technologies, industry-leading VAX systems, record-breaking Alpha microprocessors and semiconductor technologies, and advanced application software and performance tools.
HP journal: The Hewlett-Packard Journal has been documenting HP's technologies and achievements since 1949.
Edicole 8-bit (ITA): Ad oggi sono disponibili 26.442 giochi e 125 collane (2.574 cassette magnetiche) nel database per i sistemi 8-bit di Commodore 64, VIC-20, C16, Spectrum, MSX. In tutto ci sono 1.859 riviste in formato PDF disponibili da scaricare.
Electronics Books: All the books published here are no longer protected by copyright; as they are at least 70 years old or most of the technical books published before 1964 never had their copyrights renewed, so now are in the public domain.
Classic Computer Magazine Archive: The Classic Computer Magazine Archive is a small crusade to make information from old computer magazines available on the Web.
Commodore Computer Club (CCC) (ITA): Questa sezione di Ready64 ospita le scansioni di Commodore Computer Club (CCC), la “Rivista degli utenti Commodore” edita dalla Systems Editoriale (oggi “Comunicazioni”) a partire del 1982.
Jurassic News (ITA): Dal 2006 una iniziativa dedicata alla retro informatica e alla storia della cultura digitale.
Kilobaud Microcomputing: Kilobaud Microcomputing was a magazine dedicated to the computer homebrew hobbyists from the end of the 1970s until the beginning of the 1980s.
Microatena (ITA): Microatena è un progetto senza fine di lucro il cui scopo è di acquisire, catalogare, conservare, ed esporre il materiale selezionato con l’obiettivo di fornire una raccolta che non vada perduta nel tempo ma che costituisca oggetto di studio, educazione e diletto al servizio della comunità.
MyAtari Magazine: Welcome to the final resting place of MyAtari Magazine, the online magazine for Atari enthusiasts published between October 2000 and February 2005.
Nibble Magazine and Books: Nibble was founded in 1980 by Mike Harvey (he personally wrote every program and article in the first four issues) and it was published for more than twelve years. During that time, it helped many readers discover the magic and excitement of the first significant personal computer – the Apple II. This site explores the history, and the products offered here can bring the entire collection to your library.
People's Computer Company; People's Computers; Recreational Computing: Founded in Oct 1972 as a large-format bimonthly newsprint publication called “People's Computer Company.” Name changed to “People's Computers” beginning with the May-June 1977 issue and the format changed to a more conventional magazine style, albeit with uncoated paper. Name changed again to “Recreational Computing” with Jan-Feb 1979 issue with slicker covers and paper.
Personal Computer World Magazine: Personal Computer World magazine, often referred to as PCW magazine is was the first British computer magazine. PCW was founded by Angelo ZgorelecIt and it ran from 1978 to 2009.
Radio Shack Answers Magazine: “A Magazine For Tandy Computer Customers”. A complimentary magazine, published quarterly.
RetroEdicola Videoludica (ITA): L'associazione Culturale no profit “RetroEdicola Videoludica” promuovere la cultura del Videogioco, focalizzata alla salvaguardia delle riviste videoludiche attraverso la conservazione fisica e tramite scansioni in alta risoluzione con un editig accurato. La nostra emeroteca è consultabile nella nostra sede di Bergamo.
The Computer Magazine Archives: Rising from user support groups, computer companies themselves, and publishing houses willing to risk cash and time to fund them, these magazines set the stage for the home computer revolution. This collection consists of dozens of magazine runs, digitized from fading piles of older magazines by an army of anonymous contributors.
The Transactor Online Archive: This is an online archive of The Transactor magazine, provided with permission. The Transactor was a popular magazine for the old 8-bit Commodore computers, which was renowned for its overall high quality and the unusually deep technical level of its articles. It was published in Canada from 1978 to 1989. The issues are presented in the form of PDF files built from scanned images.
Zzap.it (ITA): Zzap.it vuole offrire il modo più comodo per conoscere e sfogliare online Zzap!, l'emblematica rivista di videogiochi italiana basata in parte su materiali dell'inglese Zzap!64.