Broadband satellite systems are ready to beam data around the world at multimegabit rates. So what's the catch?
[author : John Montgomery]
[author : Alan Joch]
[author : Ilan Greenberg]
[author : Ilan Greenberg]
The Pentium II's proprietary slots could mean trouble for Intel's competitors. What does it mean for users?
[author : Tom R. Halfhill]
Those holes in NT security sure look familiar. No wonder: Other OSes patched them years ago.
[author : Peter Mudge and Yobie Benjamin]
VP Jim Allchin tells BYTE about the futute of Microsoft OS technology.
[author : Mark Schlack]
Software plug-ins for Windows and Macintosh can do remarkable things. But they're also a source of conflict.
[author : Robert Richardson] [theme : Building Network Apps]
Fast video playback and your choice of AGP or PCI
[theme : Graphics card]
Using a CMOS sensor, Sound Vision's SVmini-209 delivers high-quality pics at a low price.
[theme : Digital Camera]
Dan Bricklin's software for making hypertext documents.
[theme : Authoring software]
A new ATM service compensates for network congestion.
[author : William Stallings] [theme : Networks]
Use of OS features and a freeware scripting utility solves application portability across various flavors of Unix
[author : Bob Friesenhahn] [theme : Operating Systems]
Someday, disparate data manipulation tools will be able to exchange information.
[author : Stephen R. Gardner] [theme : Databases]
A software emulator transforms the PowerPC into a Pentium PC.
[author : Eric Traut] [theme : CPUs]
Dynamic objects and client-side processing mean better Web sites and better browsing.
[author : Rick Dobson]
We test MMX laptops with 166-MHz, 200-MHz, and 233-MHz CPUs. Plus: the first notebooks with Intel's Tillamook CPU.
[author : Michelle Campanale] [theme : Hardware]
[author : Morgan Stern] [theme : Software]
CSS will change how Web designers work. Here are some ways to learn and use it.
[author : Jon Udell]
Metrowerks' Discover Programming will give you a decent introduction to Java, but it can be annoying.
[author : Rick Grehan]
New tools help build the Manor's Web site. Plus, a visit to the world's greatest graphics show: SIGGRAPH.
[author : Jerry Pournelle]
[author : Pete Loshin] [theme : Security Software]
Six products that promise to secure your data, both over the Internet and on your desktop.
Netscape's SuiteSpot 3 vs. Microsoft's IIS 4.
[author : Barry Nance] [theme : Web Servers]
4-D images arrive (on our very own pages)! Senders of junk e-mail get hosed.
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