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Magazine articles on the evolution of computers and electronics.
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PC World
August 2005
Stephen Manes
Backup Strategies: Increasingly Essential People rarely think about backup strategies until it's too late. Consider taking a time-out to ponder what elements of your digital life are most crucial--and what you'll do when they fail. mark for My Articles 146 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 13, 2005
Michael J. Miller
2006: The Year Everything Changes Next year almost every significant platform is changing: Apple is embracing Intel chips; Microsoft is rolling out Longhorn; and the Microsoft Xbox and Sony PlayStation are upgrading processors, graphics, displays and networking. mark for My Articles 1552 similar articles
PC Magazine
July 13, 2005
Michael J. Miller
The Big Shake Up 2006 will be another transformative year, with innovations that will rock the computing industry. mark for My Articles 647 similar articles
IEEE Spectrum
July 2005
Stephen Cass
Genius on the Block From the early mechanical calculators of the 17th century through the birth of electronic computing during World War II up to the founding of the Internet in the 1970s, some of the most important documents in the history of computing and telecommunications went under the gavel. mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
July 8, 2005
Michael Singer
A Roundup of 64-Bit Computing Faster speeds. Dual core futures. Growing application support. When should your company make the jump to x86 64-bit? mark for My Articles 1067 similar articles
Bio-IT World
June 2005
Salvatore Salamone
Wanted: Tough Computational Problems Bio*IT World and Orion Multisystems have teamed to launch the Personal Supercomputing Contest intended to help a life science group tackle a difficult computational challenge by providing what amounts to four years of CPU time on an Orion personal supercomputer. mark for My Articles 15 similar articles
July 6, 2005
Susan Kuchinskas
Smaller Screens, Bigger Brains Studies say computers beat TV for breeding smarter kids. mark for My Articles 9 similar articles
Bank Systems & Technology
July 1, 2005
Most Secondhand Hard Drives Still Have Data Although more users are wiping clean hard drives before disposing of them, seven out of 10 disks examined still contain data that can be reconstructed, according to a study. mark for My Articles 79 similar articles
PC Magazine
June 22, 2005
John C. Dvorak
Baffling Engineering Why do we see so many kinds of mini-USB connectors and power connectors? What many technology companies seem to overlook is that consistency is a sign of good quality. mark for My Articles 326 similar articles
PC Magazine
June 22, 2005
Bill Howard
The Infotainment Bubble The author advises the reader on the best way to approach new technologies and concepts and remain financially responsible. High definition DVDs, monthly music subscriptions, mobile phone plans, and broadband plans are discussed. mark for My Articles 204 similar articles
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