- Z80: The Most Prolific CPU of All Time
- The ColecoVision console, Nintendo's Game Boy, the Sega Genesis and several arcade games - Frogger, Galaga, and even Street Fighter 2 have one very important thing in common: They all use the Zilog Z80 processor. The Z80 processor was designed in ...
- Fuzix, a New Unix 5 like OS for Zilog Z80 by Alan Cox
- Icon In a Google Plus post, Alan Cox, of linux kernel fame, announced a new Unix V like operating system for the zilog z80 architecture. He's been on a z80 kick the past couple of years, even getting into hardware board design.
- The great graphing calculator ripoff
- As a new story at Mic points out, you'd be almost entirely wrong. When I was in high school, the graphing calculator of choice was the Ti-83. It was powered by a 6MHz Zilog Z80 and featured 32KB of RAM with a 96×64 pixel screen.
- NASA seeks programmer fluent in 60-year-old languages to work on Voyager
- After decades with the Voyager program, NASA engineer Larry Zottarelli is retiring. That means there's a job opening at the storied Jet Propulsion Laboratory, but it won't be the right fit for just any engineer.
- Golden Age of TRS-80: A Look Back At RadioShack Computers
- Logically, the machine gained its "80" nomenclature thanks to its Zilog Z-80 microprocessor. Over the next six years, RadioShack introduced over a dozen different models in the TRS-80 line.
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