Kaleida, the Apple/IBM multimedia venture.
Programming talent abounds here.
[author : Rich Friedman]
Vendors want to move from being low-cost providers to technology leaders.
[author : Alan Joch]
And AST's Power Premium 4/SOd.
[author : Patrick Waurzyniak]
Visual programming for data acquisition.
[author : Andy Reinhardt]
Acorn A4, this notebook shows the power of the ARM processor
Ami Pro 3.0, the feature battle rages
MacinStor, a portable gigabyte drive for the Mac
NetOctopus 1.1, a useful network manager with an odd name
Oxford English Dictionary, a 20-volume reference on CD-ROM
GammaFax MLCP-4/AEB, GammaLink broadcasts fax capability
HyperSpace Shuttle handles up to 3 GB of on-line storage; NetRunner integrates voice, fax, and network traffic; and more.
Unix faces its toughest challenges yet.
[author : Tom Yager and Ben Smith]
The history of Unix says much about its future.
The computer industry wakes up to ecological concerns.
[author : Andy Reinhardt, Ed Perratore, Andy Redfern, and Rich Malloy]
Before it can deliver, pen-based computing has many rivers to cross.
[author : Nicholas Baran]
Optical technologies are changing the way we process information.
[author : Jack Weber]
[author : H. Scott Hinton]
A perfonmtnce breakthrough.
[author : Demetri Psaltis]
The best way to switch an optical signal is with another optical signal.
[author : Mohammed N. Islam.]
[author : Mark A. Clarkson]
Access to optical information processing is now easier.
[author : David Casasent]
[author : Sing H. Lee]
The BYTE Lab looks at four PC-based document management systems.
[author : Raymond GA Côté and Ben Smith]
[author : D. Barker]
The Lab evaluates the new low end of computing: 386SXes.
[author : Rick Grehan and Stan Wszola]
A thorough review of 386SL and 386SXL portables.
[author : Jim Carls]
[author : Howard Eglowstein]
[author : Barry Nance] [author : Power to go.]
A few problems temper the enthusiasm for Adobe's latest release of Illustrator for Windows.
[author : Cal Vornberger]
Microsoft breaks new ground.
[author : Shelley Cryan]
The PS/2 Ultimedia.
[author : Tom Yager]
Microsoft joins the C++ minions with its newest compiler.
[author : Othar Hansson]
Rio Animator brings a slick look to presentation graphics.
[author : Tom Yager]
Outside In for Windows brings DOS documents into Windows.
[author : Steve Apiki]
Apple's latest version of Unix.
[author : Tom Thompson]
A Personal Librarian for Windows and a low-cost bundle of applications for the Macintosh.
[author : the BYTE Lab]
A detailed look inside Apple's imaging engine.
[author : Konstantin Othmer]
Introducing a resource access manager server and C client functions that you can link into your applications.
[author : Rick Grehan]
Barry Nance, Tom Thompson, and Ben Smith
Bézier curves under Windows, synchronizing PowerBooks, and the language of bit maps.
The future depends on it.
[author : Jon Udell]
Choosing a Unix; TWAIN explained; and mom.
Jerry looks at the Amiga 3000T.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Vannevar Bush and hypertext, street maps on CD-ROM, and Unix primers.
[author : Hugh Kenner, John Unger, and Stanford Diehl]
What applications can learn from PC games.
[author : Nolan Bushnell]
The Globalization of BYTE
[author : Dennis Allen]
Color PostScript printers; SGML image editors; and other topics.