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    December will very soon be upon us, and whilst that is a sign of urgency for many people in the UK to start their Christmas Shopping, there is also another important event with the start of December - The RISC OS Christmas Show 2007.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, November 27, 2007 Read full article: 'Midlands Show - This Saturday'   

    Following on from the release of my VNC Server Front End last month, I've now updated it further.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Saturday, November 03, 2007 Read full article: 'VNC Server Front End updated'   

    Today Virtal Acorn posted a press release on their web site, announcing that, following feedback from
    beta testers, they have now released a new version of Virtual Risc PC for Intel Macs.

    Beta testers' comments have been incorporated into the new release and those beta testers have also
    received the update in the form of a Universal Binary, compatible with both Intel and Power PC Macs.

    Virtual Acorn are taking orders via the on-line store or phone and copies will also be available at the forthcoming South East Show on 20th October.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, October 02, 2007   

    R-Comp's Andrew Rawnsley will be reducing typing-time for the next few weeks due to medical problems with neck/arms and doctor's advice. So, expect brevity in emails if you do get a reply and telephone support will also be limited.


    R-Comp are hoping that normal service will be resumed prograssively during July, sale are not affected.


    R-Comp are responsible the brilliant Grapevine instant messaging suite, Messenger Pro the extremely popular email program and various game ports: http://www.rcomp.co.uk.



     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Sunday, June 17, 2007   

    Following our earlier Pre-Show news update, there have been more pre-show announcements of products becoming available including a MAC version of Virtual RISC PC which was possibly not expected! So hopefully there will be a few more nice surprises before the end of the show.



     
    Posted by StevePotts on Thursday, May 17, 2007 Read full article: 'More products for Wakefield'   

    RISC OS Open Ltd have today confirmed that they now have products ready for customers to get their hands on.



     

    Yes! At last. The Wakefield RISCOS Computer Club is pleased to be able to announce that we will be holding another show this year.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, February 20, 2007 Read full article: 'Wakefield Show - 19th May 2007'   

    John Cartmell has announced that Issue 278 of Qercus will be with readers soon.

    "Again we have crammed tons of good RISC OS stuff into another extended issue." John says.

     
    Posted by cobalt on Monday, November 13, 2006 Read full article: 'Qercus 278 - Imminent (November 2006)'   

    Now that Qercus is back up and posting out issues to readers, they have offered to also provide a service to any user groups who want it, to deliver notices "free of charge" to their readers whom are local to a given user group.

     
    Posted by cobalt on Monday, October 16, 2006 Read full article: 'Qercus offer a service for user groups'   

    Message from Sion Cleaver of Blasts of the Xtreme:

    'We here at Blasts of the Xtreme are searching for the best logo for our new product 'UnrealChampionship', the best logo that is sent in to us will win a free copy of Unreal Championship worth √ā¬£10!

     
    Posted by cheatwarrior on Saturday, October 14, 2006 Read full article: 'Unreal Championship Logo Competition'   

    The much anticipated 277 Issue of Qercus Magazine has been released and is now being sent out to subscribers.

    We at myriscos have received the following details from John Cartmell:

    Issue 277 of Qercus has been much delayed and we apologise for the long gap in production of the magazine. Reasons for the break in publication have been production and personal problems (illness). We will be making use of our experience of the former in future articles about publishing from RISC OS. A new organisation here will ensure that future personal problems won't leave readers waiting for their copies of Qercus.

     
    Posted by jc on Friday, October 13, 2006 Read full article: 'Qercus 277 released (article updated)'   

    RISCOS Ltd. have made a short guide available as PDF on their web site, for the upcoming RISC OS Roadshow in the Netherlands.

     

    The Wakefield RISCOS Computer Club have after much debate and reviews, once again decided to run another Wakefield Show.

     
    Posted by Wakeman on Thursday, February 02, 2006 Read full article: 'Wakefield RISCOS Show 2006 Announcement'   

    Matthias Seifert has just announced the latest release (1.26) of his System Information and Configuration Kit tool (SICK).

     

    On December 1st, Castle Launched a new Iyonix special offer. Until 31st January 2006, you can get up to 50% off an LCD monitor when purchasing an Iyonix PC.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Saturday, December 03, 2005 Read full article: 'Castle Special 2005 Christmas offer'   

    With December fast approaching, the RISC OS Ltd. RISC OS Roadshow becomes ever closer.

    RISC OS Ltd. have gathered all the exibitor details and have been able to release the details who who's attending which venues. Although there is a slight regional variation, many exibitors are attending 2 or more of the venues.

     

    The other day, RISCOS Ltd. announced that details of the RISC OS Christmas Roadshow have now been finalised. This is a chance for any last minute RISC OS bargains before Christmas, as well as being able to meet and talk in person with some of the various dealers, for those who've been unable to attend other shows throughout the year.

    Of particular note, is that although two of the days are week days, they have been scheduled for late afternoon - early evening to allow those people who are busy during the working day to still attend in the evening.

     

    With the the Wakefield 2005 show now less than two weeks away (21st / 22nd May), Chris Hugues, Wakefield Show Organiser has sent us a news update.

     

    Castle have announced a £350 CASHBACK offer on new Iyonix computers from now until the UK
    General Election is over.

     

    Stuart Tyrrell Developments Phone number changes...

     

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    Following a recruitment drive in December 2004, The Tematic division of Castle Technology Ltd has taken on several more full-time have now moved to larger premises.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Monday, April 11, 2005 Read full article: 'Tematic Moves'   

    Wakefield Show organiser, Chris Hughes has been in touch with an update on this year's Charity Stall...

     

    Wakefield 2005 Update 10681 Reads announcements
    Chris Hughes, show organiser has contacted us with more details about the forthcoming show.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Tuesday, April 05, 2005 Read full article: 'Wakefield 2005 Update'   

    Mike Glover of Icon Technology wrote to us a little while ago about the availability of Easiwriter and Techwriter 8.31, thanks to the efforts of Martin Wuerthner.

    The new versions are fully 26/32 bit compatible meaning they will run on anything from RISC OS 3.5 to RISC OS 5.

     
    Posted by StevePotts on Sunday, February 13, 2005 Read full article: 'Easiwriter / Techwriter 8.31 released'   

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