8/24/2016: MediaWiki software and PHP version updated. Please let me know if you find any problems.. Also, extensive Template cleanup is in progress based on new things I have learned on another wiki project. I will update the Help files when I get it all done. --OS-9 Al
8/30/2016: Massive re-work is being done on the InfoBox Templates. Read that page to keep up with the plan for that, and adding better keyword tags (categories) to all the pages. --OS-9 Al (talk) 15:28, 31 August 2016 (CDT)
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Home / Companies - Companies
Current Vendors List
- Chris Hawks - Contact thru CoCo Mailing list
- Cloud-9 - Website
- Glenside CoCo Club - Website
- Roy Justus - Contact thru CoCo Mailing list
- Taylor Software - Website
Former CoCo Companies (Historical reference)
- RadioShack - creator of the CoCo!
- CRC/Disto (XXXX-XXXX) -
- Spectrum Projects (1983-1988) - Bob Rosen. Sold software and hardware.
- Sub-Etha Software (1990-1995) - Allen Huffman/Terry Todd. RS-DOS, OS-9 and MM/1 software. Known for MiniBanners b anner printing utility.
- Zebra Systems, Inc. (1983-Current) - Stewart Newfeld. Publisher of software, and manufacturer of hardware products.
- Diecom (XXXX-XXXX) -
- Sundog (XXXX-XXXX) -
- Tom Mix Software (XXXX-XXXX) - Some of the best CoCo 1/2 games around, such as the fantastic Donkey Kong clone, The King.
Music and Speech
- Speech Systems (XXXX-XXXX) - MIDI, SuperVoice, E.A.R.S., and more.