The term 68k means the Motorola 68000 series processors. Some variants: 68000, 68010, 68020, 68030, 68040, 68060; CPU32 (68330), 68360 (QUICC), ColdFire, DragonBall. These were and are used in many: Personal computers: Apple Macintosh, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST, early HP 9000s; Workstations: Sun Microsystems Unix, Apollo/Domain. Video games: Sega Genesis/MegaDrive, NeoGeo, several arcade machines. Many versions are in production, as embedded processors.

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68000
Information, photos of many 68k chips, including second source makers. [cpu-collection.de]
68k
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
68K/ColdFire
Makes and sells 68k processors. Includes, varied information: documents, datasheets, product selector, tools, design, fora, FAQs, success stories, links. [Freescale Semiconductor, Inc.]
ColdFire Development Resources
Source code for a GCC variant, with optimizations, bug fixes for Freescale Semiconductor (Motorola) variable length RISC 68K series processors; information on how to use GNU C, RTEMS, and other free tools for embedded development.
comp.sys.m68k Frequently Asked Questions
Information on many 68k members.
Motorola 68000
Growing article, with links to many related topics. [Wikipedia]
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