High-end desktop publishing packages give you professional results and savings in typesetting costs.
Late-breaking technology and industry reports from the BYTE news staff.
The best and brightest of recent hardware and software announcements.
Paradox 3.5, new features from Borland
Business VEISA 32CSX, ALR is Yugo engine on a Ferrari chassis
MediaTracks, Farallon lets you demonstrate software on the Mac
Sharp 9624e, a modem built for heavy full-time use
ATS Convertible Classic, new life for old Macs
Objectworks\Smalltalk from ParcPlace Systems features 24-bit color and cross-platform support.
Improv is Lotus's successor to the 1-2-3 throne.
Three 486 vendors deliver EISA bus machines, but where are the EISA add-ins?
MacroMind's new Director 2.0 provides interactive control and input from more audio and video sources.
Borland's Turbo C++ promises to bring object-oriented programming to the masses.
Hercules's economical graphics card offers 24-bit color display on standard VGA monitors.
Three 20-MHz SX systems push into 386DX territory.
The Clarion Professional Developer provides a complete development environment.
The birth of interchangeable, reusable software components will bring software into the information age.
Simulating object-oriented techniques with procedural languages can help you make the transition to tomorrow's software technology today.
The relational and object-oriented camps do battle for database honors.
Object Behavior Analysis provides a conceptual model for the first stage in creating an object-oriented application.
Ed Yourdon tackles the question of whether you should jump on the object-oriented bandwagon.
Just a sample of the object-oriented products available.
The first of a two-part series presenting a knowledge-engineering toolkit for building expert systems.
Develop your own expert systems-or experiment with some sample knowledge bases-with this free program.
A unique multiuser operating system for business applications.
Four new technologies are in the bidding to be the next standard A drive.
The first part of a series on interprocess communications looks at Microsoft Windows and Desqview.
Artificial intelligence lives!
Worldly readers comment on text displays.
The latest look-and-feel lawsuit coincides with the arrival of a new book on interface design.
The next generation of computer interfaces should handle details.
Jerry remembers the solution for an old problem and examines the prospects for a new DOS.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Get a new view of scientific data with graphics tools from Spyglass.
[author : Don Crabb]
A look at RISC versus CISC and the Coherent Unix-like operating system.
[author : David Fiedler]
Now you can make professional presentations quickly and easily.
[author : Wayne Rash Jr.]
DEC once again visits the land of microcomputers with LanWorks for Macintosh.
[author : Mark L. Van Name and Bill Catchings]
Martin Heller OS/2 rolls out the red carpet for Windows applications.