"In another twist in the long saga of the Amiga computer,
Gateway--the company's would-be savior--apparently won't be making
a new Amiga machine anytime soon.
Instead, the PC maker will focus on opportunities in the
emerging information appliance market, according to sources, and
its Amiga subsidiary is redefining itself as a software company.
That was unwelcome news to long-suffering fans of the Amiga
computer, which has become something of a cult-like icon with a
following to match."
"Software for inexpensive TV set-top boxes and Internet
appliances, including projects based around the Linux operating
system, will soon start to emerge from Amiga, past-president
Collas previously said."
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