New technologies will deliver an unprecedented amount of speedy on-line bandwidth.
[author : Tom R. Halfhill]
Maintaining software quality when developing client/server applications requires new tools—and new concepts.
[author : Edmund X. DeJesus]
When designing client/server systems, "good enough" is best, says the software guru
[author : Edward Yourdon]
Advice on developing those scary distributed applications.
[author : Charles D. Knutson]
Simplify testing client/server applications with shrink-wrapped and custom tools.
[author : Stephen R. Quinn and Muralidhar Sitaram]
Electronic forms linked to Web front ends could help replace those zillion pieces of paper.
[author : Peter Jerram]
[author : Mark Schlack]
How to combine e-mail push and Web pull with Next's WebObjects.
[author : Jon Udell]
Microsoft's latest Web browser matches Netscape Navigator feature for feature, plus adds some tricks all its own.
[author : Rex Baldazo]
Get unified font management on the Mac and Windows PCs with Adobe's new ATM 4.0.
[author : Russell Kay]
NEC's SuperScript 860 combines great features with Adobe PrintGear technology for good Windows performance in a low-cost laser printer.
[author : Robert L. Hummel]
Thanks to VoiceType technology, you can tell the new version of OS/2 where you want to go.
[author : Barry Nance]
Hewlett-Packard's LaserJet 5 is an impressive workgroup/network printer.
[author : Robert S. Hummel]
We test the fastest Intel boxes on Earth: 200-MHz quad-Pentium Pro servers from ALR and Compaq.
[author : Dave Rowell and Peter D. Varhol]
LynxOS provides a good, portable environment for embedded applications.
[author : Vik Sohal and Mitch Bunnell] [theme : Operating Systems]
Additions to the Internet Protocol ensure future growth and new functions.
[author : William Stallings] [theme : Networks]
Adobe's custom processor implements a print architecture for high-performance, low-cost laser printers.
[author : Andrew Shaw] [theme : CPUs]
A look at how Java's dynamic linking mechanism operates, and how you can use it to write faster Java programs.
[author : Peter Wayner]
NSTL tests all-in-one boards that let you dial up, dial in, send faxes, browse on-line, and do voice mail.
[author : Maggi Bender, Dorothy Hudson, Jim Kane and John McDonough] [theme : LAB Report: hardware]
We take a close look at three Web-server programs designed to deliver database access to your browser.
[author : Mark Hettler] [theme : LAB Report: software]
Jerry tracks down the real reason his new Cyrix machine crashed and finds an answer in an unexpected place.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
What Claudia Schiffer might wear while troubleshooting a nuclear reactor.
[author : Dave Andrews]
DeLorme's Map'n'Go makes an excellent traveling companion; Gateway's newest Pentium machine has more than just a zippy CPU.
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