These are the Amiga news that I discovered in the week just passed, 15th-21st July 2019:

Apollo Guidance Computer restoration project

Not technically a piece of Amiga or Amiga-related news but retro nonetheless. A group of volunteers have been working to restore a privately owned prototype (?) of the Apollo space programme Guidance Computers and have documented it on a series of videos. They have restored and reworked an otherwise dead Apollo Guidance Computer that had not run in 45+ years. The link underneath is the playlist that has been updated with episode 22.

Source: Apollo AGC: Restoring the computer that put man on the Moon

The Birth of the Commodore Amiga - Interview with Engineer Joe Decuir

An interview with Joe Decuir one of the engineers working on the Atari 8-bit line and involved in the design of the Hi-Toro, what later became the Amiga. Recorded by The Guru Meditation at VCF East

Source: The Guru MeditationThe Birth of the Commodore Amiga - Interview with Engineer Joe Decuir

Updated: Shogo - Mobile Armor Division 1.9

Hyperion Entertainment has updated the First Person Shooter Shogo - Mobile Armor Division that runs on AmigaOS 4.1. This version of the AmigaOS runs on PowerPC (PPC) based hardware - the AmigaOne series.

Source: Hyperion Entertainment web site

Amigos Amigathon 2019

On the 20th of July from 10:00 - 22:00 UTC the Amigos guys held their third annual Amigathon fundraiser which will benefit the Children's Miracle Network

Source: Amigathon web site