[theme : FEATURE]
HP, DEC, and Sun unveil new high powered workstations.
Pick ing the best products at the show was even harder than usual.
[theme : REPORT FROM LAS VEGAS] [author : Rich Malloy]
The Italians love stylish computers but crave innovation from abroad.
[theme : REPORT FROM ITALY] [author : Andy Redfern]
A radical application comes to Windows.
[theme : FIRST IMPRESSIONS] [author : Kenneth M. Sheldon]
VideoSpigot for Windows, SuperMatch's video-capture board
Falcon030, Atari's PC with a DSP
QMS 1725 Print System, the latest 17-ppm screamer
Freelance Graphics for Windows 2.0, prepare presentations painlessly
TyIN 2000, a packed adapter card
WordPerfect 5.2 for Windows, an impressive upgrade
Tektronix offers printers for workgroups, SunConnect extends LANs to global networks, and more.
[author : Jon Udell]
CD-ROM publishing comes to the desktop.
[author : Jon Udell and Howard Eglowstein]
[author : Tom Halfhill]
[author : Ed Perratore]
[author : Andy Reinhardt]
Interactive TV's survival and prosperity are in question.
[author : Carry Lu]
[theme : WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS]
[author : John P. Mello Jr. and Peter Wayner]
The ability to communicate anytime, from anywhere, is almost here.
Technology expands the wireless spectrum.
[author : Peter Wayner]
AT&T's Hobbit powers a new generation of personal communications devices.
[author : Bob Ryan]
The BYTE Lab peers into 11 fax servers for PC , Mac , and Unix network s.
[theme : SOLUTIONS FOCUS] [author : Raymond GA Côté, Steve Apiki, and Stan Wszola]
The BYTE Lab tests 17 Mac accelerator boards.
[author : Rick Grehan]
Premiere 2.0 for the Mac offers QuickTime movie editing at its best.
[author : Tom Yager]
Visual Basic for DOS makes powerful programs easy to write.
[author : Tom Yager]
Three next-generation fax software packages bring new abilities to communications.
[author : Stan Miastkowski]
A new fax and voice-mail card from Prometheus takes on the upgraded Complete Communicator.
[author : Stanford Diehl]
Linking Windows clients with Unix hosts via TCP/IP stacks from Beame & Whiteside, Frontier Technologies, and NetManage.
[author : Barry Nance]
Multi-Lingual Scholar, a word processor for the global market.
[author : Birrell Walsh]
The BYTE Lab updates its Macintosh benchmarks.
[author : Tom Thompson]
A detailed look at Apple's QuickTime architecture.
[theme : UNDER THE HOOD] [author : Andrew W. Davis and Joe Burke]
Use the Event class to handle keyboard and mouse input across platforms.
[theme : SOME ASSEMBLY REQUIRED] [author : Randall A. Nagy]
[theme : SOFTWARE CORNER] [author : Barry Nance, Tom Thompson, and Ben Smith]
A powerful DOS browser, a faster Finder, and Perl-based recursive grep.
IBM's ServicePak and the Professional Developer's Kit CD-ROM are dissected.
[theme : BEYOND DOS] [author : Mark J. Minasi]
Adobe Type Manager conflicts, the Next as document manager , and more.
Windows for Workgroups battles LANtastic for domination at Chaos Manor.
[theme : USER'S COLUMN] [author : Jerry Pournelle]
Another look at Microsoft's leader, a controversial Windows book, how to program in Oberon, and more.
[author : Hugh Kenner, Dick Pountain, Jon Udell, and Raymond GA Côté]
It's time for programmers to rein in today's bloated, resourcehogging applications.
[author : Andy Nicholson]
[author : Dennis Allen]
Operating-system trends, OS/2 at a cross roads, digital photography, the ultimate workstation, and other issues.
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