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Magazine articles on the evolution of computers and electronics.
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PC World
July 23, 2002
Tom Krazit
Intel Offers a Peek at Pentium's Future 3-GHz P4 chips will be released before the end of the year, with price cuts on older models coming even sooner. mark for My Articles 1578 similar articles
Popular Mechanics
June 2002
Christopher Allbritton
Gigahertz Gap? Misinformed consumers figure the faster, the better. The reality is, a computer with at least a 500-MHz chip and 256MB of RAM will meet the needs of a majority of users: e-mail, Web browsing and word processing. mark for My Articles 1064 similar articles
July 11, 2002
Farhad Manjoo
Can we trust Microsoft's Palladium? Critics say Redmond's new security initiative will imprison users. But why would Bill Gates want to do that? Palladium could have serious consquences for open-source software, digital rights management, and privacy. mark for My Articles 14 similar articles
PC World
June 27, 2002
Robert Luhn
Top Ten PC Blunders Enjoy these true and mortifying tales about computing disasters. mark for My Articles
PC World
August 2002
Laurianne McLaughlin
Athlon Recharged The current state of competition between AMD and Intel, and the chips they have planned for future release. mark for My Articles 1035 similar articles
PC World
August 2002
Peggy Watt
The New HP: After the Wedding Businesses will have less choice, but consumers won't see much change--yet. mark for My Articles 1026 similar articles
PC World
August 2002
Top 100: Pentium 4 Processors Turn It Up a Notch Intel's new 2.53-GHz CPU with a 533-MHz system bus roars onto the track and is in virtual performance tie with AMD's best. mark for My Articles 995 similar articles
PC World
August 2002
Kirk Steers
Hardware Tips: Will Overclocking Give an Old CPU New Pep? Decide whether pushing your CPU past its stated speed would be worth the effort... Tips on mouse drivers and cleaning your mouse... mark for My Articles 218 similar articles
PC World
August 2002
Stephen Manes
Full Disclosure: Specsmanship -- The Numbers Do Lie Take heart, tech fans: The latest isn't always the greatest. mark for My Articles 154 similar articles
July 1, 2002
Simone Kaplan
Unmerging Technology Free Geek, a nonprofit organization based in Portland, Ore., takes donated used computers, refurbishes them and provides them to area residents in exchange for community service. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
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