Tandy celebrates its ten-year milestone with four new computers and a laser printer.
[author : Rich Malloy, G. Michael Vose, and George A. Stewart]
Let's clear up the confusion about what it will take to run programs under OS/2.
[author : Ray Duncan]
The Canon Cat is Jef Raskin's version of a "people's computer."
[author : Ezra Shapiro]
An early look at what may be the world's fastest personal computer.
[author : Dick Pountain]
Steve reveals the circuitry for his AT-on-a-board.
[author : Steve Ciarcia]
[author : G. Michael Vose]
A new heuristic method lets you prove your identity without revealing a password.
[author : Peter Wayner]
[author : William P. Jones and Josiah Hoskins]
Techniques for generating more efficient code.
[author : Mark Roberts]
The incorporation of heuristics into modern languages could give us the ability to write "smart" programs.
[author : Paul V. Haley]
An equation solver written in Prolog that uses heuristic methods.
[author : Leon Sterling]
Three heuristic algorithms that learn from experience.
[author : Gary Josin]
[author : Curtis Franklin Jr.]
The newest Mac features a 68020 CPU, NuBus slots, and color.
[author : Bruce F. Webster]
GRiD's portable computer combines advanced features with mundane hardware.
[author : John Unger]
A portable to bridge the gap between Wang and IBM PC computing environments.
[author : Alex Lane]
Equip your IBM PC with a 16-MHz 68000 microprocessor.
[author : Dave Thomas]
Lower prices and higher capabilities characterize these printers.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
A comparison of the windows for Data, C-Worthy, and Vitamin C screen utilities.
[author : Jonathan Robie]
C++ compilers for the IBM PC and its compatibles.
[author : Mark Mallets]
A look at two packages for mathematical computing without programming.
[author : George A. Stewart]
A LISP-based expert system shell for personal computers.
[author : Ernest R. Tello]
Hypertest comes to the Macintosh.
[author : William Hershey]
Jerry reincarnates Lucy.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]