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October 31, 2004 By Gate Comm Software

PostCast Server Free Edition

PostCast Server sends e-mail messages directly from your computer. It can be used instead of your current ISP s mail server and on...

May 13, 2015 By George Boudouris

Passion Audio Player

The Audio Player for those who have passion with PCs and Music. It uses the BASS API by un4seen.com. It's Main features Are:...

September 15, 2002 By mp3bookhelper

MP3 Book Helper

This program provides rapid ID3v1 and ID3v2 tags editing and file renaming specific to audiobooks, generates WinAmp-compatible playlists...

June 5, 2003 by

Microsoft's Faustian bargains

The secret of the software giant's success lies not in its ability to innovate, but in its negotiating skills. Founder Bill Gates isn't evil, he's just the Otto von Bismarck of his day.

December 8, 2002 by

One for the road: Seven road warrior notebooks tested

If the concept of sitting at a desk for a whole day seems foreign to you, these road warrior notebooks are the combination of power and portability you're looking for.In this latest roundup of notebooks we looked at some of the finest portable computing power for road warriors.

October 18, 2001 by

Multimedia notebooks

For this comparison we looked at eight "AV Notebooks" — portables that can both capture video and export it back out. The notebooks we received came in a variety of speeds, the slowest being a Pentium III 750MHz and the fastest a Pentium III 1GHz.

February 22, 1999 by

Intel banks on Pentium III - Part 1

It's the biggest launch in Intel history. Intel chief Craig Barrett is, as is the wont of Silicon Valley chief executive officers, promising nothing less than a "revolution" in the way computer users access the sights and sounds of the Internet.

February 24, 1999 by

A 1,000MHz PIII? Now that's a chip!

Despite an announcement of a Pentium III running at 1,002MHz on Tuesday, customers will still have to wait until late in the year 2000 -- or even 2001 -- before they see such speeds on the desktop, said execs at Intel Corp. "This is not something you are going to be able to buy," said Pat Gelsinger, vice president and general manager of Intel's desktop products group, during a keynote here at the Intel Developers Forum in Palm Springs.

February 22, 1999 by

AMD launches K6-III today

When Intel Corp. begins shipping its Pentium III processor this week, it will face renewed competition from Advanced Micro Devices Inc., which will announce its K6-III processor today.


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