Commodore's Amiga 3000 has a lot to offer for a modest price.
Late-breaking technology and industry reports from the BYTE news staff.
Product snapshots of recent hardware and software announcements.
ScanMan Model 32. Logitech's redesigned hand-held Mac scanner
20-MHz 386SX, NCR produces a quick, quiet, and secure computer
dBASE IV 1.1, Ashton-Tate's new incarnation is easier to use
HP 48SX, a calculator for engineering and science applications
Pivot, Radius's full-page Mac monitor with portrait and landscape orientations
New 33-MHz 486 machines from AST and ALR are fast and upgradable.
All SQL servers are not alike. Here's a look at the eight best-known products.
Dolch is first to sell an 1486-based portable.
Low power consumption makes Intel's 386SX ideal for laptops. Here are four models to consider.
Opus weds big-iron performance to PC prices.
New trackballs from CH Products, Kensington, Logitech, MicroSpeed, and Mouse Systems.
New graphics-board favorites emerge in a Product Focus update.
Radius's display-list processor makes Macintosh CAD more competitive.
Microsoft sets its sights on professional developers with BASIC PDS 7.0.
Although they're the same age, PCs and supercomputers are now sharing more than just birthdays.
Attached to a network, your existing computers can act as a powerful parallel computer.
Sophisticated multiprocessing machines deserve an operating system to match.
The i860-based ComputeServer serves up power, not partitions.
Bus mastering lets desktop CPUs spend more of their time processing data rather than dealing with I/O.
Coprocessors based on RISC engines will soon deliver supercomputer performance to your desktop.
Who's who in desktop supercomputing.
Computing with nonroman characters presents some formidable obstacles.
With new options coming on strong, the battery battle for portables is heating up.
Antialiasing lets you get better effective resolution out of VGA displays.
Using the Actor OOP environment to develop applications for Microsoft Windows.
Competing technologies are driving down the costs of tape backup units while increasing capacities.
Comparing the ways that PC, Mac, and Unix software juggle input ???
The worlds of the great mathematicians influenced their discoveries; the ubiquitous telephone virtually rules our lives.
Must we go back to the days of bloated code for every application?
A Mac mishap prompts Jerry to look at archiving software and backup devices.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
The who, why, and how of Unix network mail systems.
[author : David Fiedler]
If you need access to vast quantities of your own data, you could make your own CD-ROM
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
A look at the new version of OS/2 LAN Manager: smaller, safer, and more secure.
[author : Bill Catchings and Mark L. Van Name]
A few innovative companies are showing what you can do with systems and software that can share information.
[author : Don Crabb]
The more you examine the High Performance File System, the better it looks.
[author : Mark J. Minasi]