Tune in tomorrow when the internet takes over audio and video broadcasting.
[author : Edmund X. Dejesus]
Begins on page 97
Kudos to the technically superior products that bring new ways to solve critical problems.
Controversial characters are going on-line, showing up in virtual office, and chatting on the web.
[author : Tom R. Halfhill]
Fifty-million dollars later, Califonia's Departement of Motor Vehicules scraps its computer upgrade and starts reengineering.
[author : Christine White]
Web statistics can be downright misleading. Here's how to analyse the traffic to your website.
[author : Jon Udell]
New technologies let voice traffic share data lines.
[author : Salvatore Salamone] [theme : Voice/Data Integration]
Tired of waiting for ISDN? New modern and line-sharing technologies use existing wires to deliver voice and data to your office or home.
[author : Salvatore Salamone]
Phoneware and a Net connection will let you talk all day without ringing up long-distance bills.
[author : Nathan Muller]
Frame relay, an economical choice for data network, saves more money when it also carries voice traffic.
[author : Christine Heckart and Beth Gage]
New CPUs from Intel, Cyrix and NextGen keep cranking up the speed of running PC software.
PowerPC machines based on the latest platform spec are on the way from several hardware makers.
Internet technology is making major vendors like Microsoft, Lotus, and Compuserve revise their way of thinking—and pricing.
Chairs with keyboards arms, keyboards that look warped by the rain—do they help prevent injury?
Rugged PCs don't have to weigh as much as you do.
New technologies are changing portable projection products.
A computer in every home? Not in this century.
Rick Grehan looks at new OLE custom controls that simplify building-block-style programming.
Along with end-of-the-world prophecies, the big date change will mean billions spent on the switch from two-digit to four-digit-year data.
Notebook designers are paying more attention to users who want just one machine.
New optical interconnectors will deliver the high speed of fiber at less expensive prices.
Previews of a pointing device and AT&T's PC Phone, as well as lots of new hardware and software.
Five Pentium Pro systems running Windoxs NT soar through our 32-bit CPU and applications tests. Plus, performance comparisons of today's fastest CPUs.
[author : Selinda Chiquioine and Dave Rowell] [theme : Personal Workstations]
With File and Print Services for NetWare, Microsoft hopes to ease the transition from Novell—to NT—based networks.
[author : Steve Gillmor] [theme : Network Software]
Plasmon Data's PD2000e combines a 4X CD-ROM reader with high-capacity rewritable storage.
[author : Andrew Froning] [theme : Storage]
OpenDoc finally comes to market, promising better integration of applications.
[author : Raymond Ga Côté] [theme : Component Technology]
The Eiffel language's textbook-correct, object-oriented environment is available to developers in Tower Technology's TowerEiffel for Unix and Windows NT.
[author : Peter D. Varhol] [theme : Development Environment]
Oberon's visual programming system integrates Windows apps to automate data handling.
[author : Kelly Trammell] [theme : Programming Tools]
Satellites and the Global Positionning System tell these PC Cards where you are—more or less.
[author : George V. Kinal] [theme : Mobile Communications]
The four leading programs for Windows—PageMaker, Ventura, FrameMaker, and Quark—are all feature-full and fast. The difference are in the details.
[author : David Seachrist]
We tested 18 graphics cards that boost performance and produce razor-sharp images.
[author : Jim Kane and John McDonough]
Extending the objects in OS/2's Workplace Shell is not for the faint of heart. But it can be an elegant and efficient way to modify the UI.
[author : Kurt Westerfeld] [theme : Operating Systems]
New emulation technology enables one of the world's fastest CPUs to run Windows applications at near-native speed.
[author : Tom Thompson] [theme : Chips]
Apple's Dylan is an expressive, powerful object-oriented language. But it may be too late to make a difference.
[author : Dick Pountain] [theme : Programming]
Managing IP adresses grows important as more people require access to Unix hosts and the Internet.
[author : Bob Schoettle]
Jerry imagines life without a desktop, attends the Hackers'Conference, and overcomes more Windows 95 woes.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
Tsutomu Shimomura takes down Kevin Mitnick; a new CD lets you take on Visual Basic.
[author : John Montgomery and Rick Grehan]
A simple solution to the problems of copyrights in this digital era.
[author : Wade Riddick]
[author : Raphael Needleman]
Readers write about software that doesn't work, HTML, tools, the Pentium Pro, and more.
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