Apple's strategy, which first started shaping up in late 1990, is paying dividends.
A new pair of database managers from Borland.
Unix clone Coherent 4.0 is no longer a toy.
CorelDraw and Adobe Illustrator make the grade under Windows.
Gazelle brings backup power to Windows
Premium Exec 386SX/25C, AST's affordable portable color 386SX
Norton Desktop for DOS, Symantec's desktop cornucopia
The PM0-650 optical drive runs at 3600 rpm; the VL475 caching controller takes the local bus; wireless LANs run transparently; ForecastGFX guides you to the future; and HyperChem models 3-D molecular structures.
Parallel-processing technology has finally hit the mainstream.
DEC's Alpha architecture defines a new generation for RISC technologies and systems.
The techniques developed to serve real-time applications - some of the toughest challenges in computing - are extending the horizons of computer technology.
Discover how the key features and behaviors of real-time operating systems ensure performance in critical applications.
Portability and openness finally come to real-time applications through Posix.
Object orientation may be the key enabling computer technology for distributed realtime systems and applications.
Real-time operating systems bring multimedia into the home.
The top six tools for distributed network monitoring and analysis.
224 BYTE Lab Product Report: PostScript's Middle Class
These fast midrange printers offer high resolution.
Disk arrays can provide a "hotswapping" capability that protects your system from drive failure.
The latest version excels at DOS multitasking.
You can run DOS, X, and Windows programs locally or remotely.
NEC's active-matrix color notebook is colorful but cumbersome.
Approach for Windows is a relational database that doubles as a from end to dBase, Paradox, and Oracle SQL.
Xcelerated Systems' Liken brings Mac applications to Unix workstations.
Microsoft's new toolkit extends the Visual Basic programmer's reach.
With its new CPU, the Mac LC is better (and cheaper) the second time around.
The BYTE Lab clocks faster speeds for the new version of LANtastic and looks at Query DOS, a new file manipulator.
The new digital signal processors will change how PCs handle sound and image data.
How do you manage access to shared resources on networks or multiuser systems?
Timing DOS file access; debugging Unix code; and getting reminders on the Mac.
Here's what to do when keystrokes seem to appear on-screen at random in your DOS and Windows applications.
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Reclaiming lost disk space; extending computer life; and spelling-checker problems.
Jerry looks at the latest in multimedia products and upgrade kits.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Bright Air, Brilliant Fire, TOG on interface, great cities on CD-ROM, and other titles.
Networks and portable computers are helping companies finally realize gains from their computing investments.
Ethics of Electronic Information
Kudos on Mac programming; rebuttal on relational databases; speech synthesis in York; and more.