The Mac II features a compatible, open-ended system design.
[author : Gregg Williams and Tom Thompson]
Playing laser tag for real!
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
Even a child can program this talking robot built from off-the-shelf components.
[author : Karl Brown]
Adding these two new data types of Turbo Pascal gives you parallel programming ability.
[author : Mukkai S. Krishnamoorthy and Snorri Agnarsson]
This low-cost 80386 translator board plugs into your AT's 80286.
[author : Jon Shiell]
The past, present, and future of reduced instruction set computers.
[author : Phillip Robinson]
Classic design methods converge in the MC68030 microprocessor.
[author : Thomas L. Johnson]
A microprocessor that attempts to balance the best of CISC and RISC.
[author : Mike Ackerman and Gary Baum]
The Novix CPU's FORTH instruction set and the design of a C compiler.
[author : Daniel L. Miller]
A proposal for a writable instruction set computer.
[author : Phil Koopman]
[author : Cathryn Baskin]
BYTE reviews 53 different models.
[author : George A. Stewart and Jane Morrill Tazelaar]
These updates are a mixed blessing.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
The latest release in the Apple II series.
[author : Philip Chien]
A look at OCR machines from five different companies.
[author : John McCormick]
This LISP development environment is an improvement over GCLISP version 1.
[author : Ernest R. Tello]
Two Turbo Pascal software add-ons.
[author : Namir Clement Shammas]
Database management for single and multiple users.
[author : Stephen Cobb]
Word processing for the Macintosh.
[author : Mick O 'Neil]
Two disk-cache programs for the IBM PC.
[author : Whitney Bolton]
Readers respond to previous reviews.
The curse is lifted, and Jerry chooses the best and worst of 1986.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Bruce considers the Magic Sac for the Atari ST and the PAL expansion chassis for the Amiga.
[author : Bruce Webster]
Ezra looks at four unique programs.
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
Factors to consider when implementing a color scheme.
[author : Dick Pountain]