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1975-01-16   Markets are sought for miniaturized computers - See document  [PDF]
1975-03-xx   Altair 8800 ad  More  More  More  More  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1975-03-15   Homebrew Computer Club newsletter  More  [PDFs]
1975-04-xx   Letters, Altair 8800  [PDF]
1975-06-xx   New breed of hobbyists  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1975-08-25   Does the country need a good $20 microprocessor? - See document
1975-09-xx   Introduction to Byte magazine  More  More  [PDFs]
1975-09-xx   Byte magazine issue # 1  [PDF]
1975-09-xx   'Choose a microprocessor' - See document  More  [PDFs]
1975-09-xx   Microcomputer clubs  More  More  [PDFs]
1975-09-22   Lift-off time for microcomputers - See document  [PDF]
1975-10-xx   Are these companies real?  [PDF]
1975-11-xx   Altair 680  More  More  [PDFs]
1975-11-xx   MOS Technology 6500 series microprocessors - See document  [PDF]
1975-11-xx   New microprocessors - See document  [PDF, page 2]
1975-12-xx   Altair Catalog [PDF]
1975-12-xx   A good 8-bit high level language  [PDF]
1975-12-xx   The software vacuum  [PDF]
1975-12-xx   Build a 6800 system  [PDF]
1975-12-xx   Assembling an Altair 8800  [PDF]

1976-01-xx   IMSAI 8080 ad  More  More  [PDFs]
1976-01-xx   MITS computer caravan  [PDF]
1976-01-xx   Tiny Basic  More  More  More  More  More  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1976-01-19   When companies stop making computers - See document
1976-01-31   An open letter to hobbyists  More  More  [PDFs]
1976-02-xx   Altair convention  More  [PDFs]
1976-03-22   The enthusiasts  More  More
1976-04-28   Breaking 'bytes' and 'bits' together
1976-05-xx   Altair System ad  [PDF]
1976-06-xx   A high school computer system [PDF]
1976-06-xx   Microcomputers at ARRL convention  More  [PDFs]
1976-06-xx   MITS display room, assembly area, and Ed Roberts  [PDF, pages 2 and 3]
1976-06-xx   Toward a parallel interface standard  More  [PDFs]
1976-07-xx   Personal Computing 76  More  [PDFs]
1976-07-12   Microcomputers catch on fast
1976-08-xx   Notes on microcomputer clubs  [PDF]
1976-08-xx   Microprocessor update: Zilog Z80 - See document  [PDF]
1976-08-xx   Altair 8800b ad  More  More  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1976-09-xx   Intel SDK-80 microcomputer systems kit ad - See document  [PDF]
1976-10-xx   Homebrewery vs the software priesthood  [PDF]
1976-12-xx   How to select a hobbyist microcomputer  [PDF]
1976-12-xx   State of the art disk technology  [PDF]
1976-12-xx   The First West Coast Computer Faire  More  [PDFs]
1976-12-07   Pertec Computer plans to purchase MITS  [PDF]
1976-12-20   Intel's designs on the microcomputer market - See document

1977-01-xx   The appliance computer  [PDF]
1977-01-xx   The First West Coast Computer Faire ad  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1977-01-xx   Computer Shack ad  More  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1977-02-xx   Personal computing  More  [PDFs]
1977-02-14   Computer on a chip ready for soaring sales - See document  [PDF]  More
1977-03-16   Pertec agrees to buy MITS  [PDFs]
1977-04-xx   Home text editing  [PDF]
1977-05-16   Retailers, electronics companies are about to create a new household appliance
1977-05-16   Going after the small business market  [PDF]
1977-06-xx   The software dilemma  [PDF]
1977-06-xx   Intel ad - See document  More  [PDFs]
1977-06-16   National Computer Conference  More  [PDFs]
1977-08-xx   Acquisition of knowledge  [PDF]
1977-08-xx   Heathkit computer line  More  [PDFs]
1977-08-25   Computers find a home  More  [PDFs]  More
1977-09-xx   Heathkit computers catalog  More  [PDFs]
1977-10-xx   Radio Shack TRS-80 ad  [PDF]
1977-11-xx   The TRS-80, Radio Shack's entry into the market  [PDF]

1978-01-12   When computers come home  More  More  [PDFs]  More
1978-03-xx   Manuscript editing paradise  [PDF]
1978-03-xx   Clubs and newsletters  [PDF]
1978-04-17   Some investors use personal computers for help  [PDF]
1978-04-26   Those proliferating microprocessors - See document  [PDF]
1978-05-xx   The Matrox ALT-256 video board  [PDF]
1978-06-xx   Shugart's new fixed disk drive  [PDF]
1978-06-xx   Radio Shack's personal computer systems ad  [PDF]
1978-07-xx   How to choose a microprocessor - See document  [PDF]
1978-07-xx   The first ten years of amateur computing  [PDF]
1978-07-31   Final Report of New Technological Uses of Copyrighted Works  [PDF]
1978-08-xx   A vision of an industry  [PDF]
1978-08-24   Tandy Corp plans to open computer centers  [PDF]
1978-09-xx   Shugart Associates minifloppy ad  [PDF]
1978-10-xx   Using a personal computer for a practical purpose - See document  [PDF]
1978-10-xx   Word-Master ad  [PDF]
1978-10-09   Home computers: Moving in on the middle class  More

1979-02-xx   News, various
1979-03-19   Chip makers grow into systems builders - See document  More  PDF: More  More
1979-04-16   Surviving a microcomputer shift
1979-04-16   The computerization of Tandy
1979-04-23   McGraw-Hill acquires Byte  [PDF]
1979-05-xx   News, various  [PDF]
1979-05-13   Winning and losing at Texas Instruments - See document  [PDF]
1979-06-xx   Word-Star ad  More  More  [PDFs]
1979-06-01   Texas Instruments home computer  [PDF]  More  PDFs: More  More
1979-06-11   Delayed dawn for home computing
1979-06-11   Tandy's computer for small business, TRS 80 Model II  More  [PDF]
1979-09-xx   Motorola announces 68000 delivery - See document  [PDF]
1979-10-xx   The S-100 bus, what is its future?  [PDF]
1979-11-xx   On the virtues of writing editors  [PDF]
1979-11-xx   News, various  [PDF]
1979-11-05   Motorola 68000 - See document

1980-01-xx   Intel SDK-86, microcomputer kit with 8086 processor - See document  [PDF]
1980-01-12   Delays in the microprocessor revolution - See document
1980-02-25   Personal computer boom opens niche for software creators
1980-03-xx   Ease into 16-bit computing - See document  [PDF]
1980-04-xx   Intel develops the 8086-2 microprocessor - See document  [PDF]
1980-06-xx   Clubs and newsletters  [PDF]
1980-07-xx   West Coast Computer Faire  [PDF]
1980-07-xx   Companies jumping on Unix bandwagon - See document  More  More  [PDFs]
1980-07-xx   Jerry Pournelle  More  [PDFs]
1980-07-xx   Word-Star 2.0 ad  [PDF]
1980-08-xx   The hard-disk explosion  [PDF]
1980-08-01   Radio Shack broadens home computer line  PDFs: More  More
1980-08-02   Motorola's microprocessor dilemma - See document  More  [PDF]
1980-09-xx   Texas Instruments ad  More  [PDFs]
1980-09-xx   Be a Byte author  [PDF]
1980-09-29   Software becomes premier tool in selling computers - See document
1980-10-xx   Intel 8088 ad - See document  More  [PDF]
1980-11-xx   Microsoft signs Unix agreement - See document  More  [PDFs]
1980-11-24   Stakes are large in battle for microprocessor market - See document
1980-12-xx   TRS-80 computer ad  More  More  More  More  [PDFs]
1980-12-01   Customizing personal computers  More  More  More
1980-12-04   Bill (H.R. 6933) safeguards computer programs  More  [PDFs]

1981-01-xx   The NEC PC-8OO1  More  [PDFs]
1981-01-xx   dBASE II ad  More  More  [PDFs]
1981-02-xx   Unix users group - See document  [PDF]
1981-02-xx   Shugart Technology is renamed Seagate Technology  More  [PDFs]
1981-02-xx   SA410 and SA460 minifloppys  [PDF]
1981-03-02   Mainframe on three chips - See document
1981-04-27   Xerox Personal Information System - See document  More  [PDF]  More  [PDF]  More  More
1981-05-xx   How can we stop software piracy?  [PDF]
1981-05-xx   Quantum hard-disk drives  [PDF]
1981-08-xx   WordStar, SoftCard and Apple II ad  [PDF]
1981-08-11   Motorola ad  - See document  [PDF]
1981-09-xx   A look at NCC 81  [PDF]
1981-09-xx   Toshiba computers ad  [PDF]
1981-09-xx   Sony introduces 3 1/2 microfloppy disk drives  [PDF]
1981-09-30   Copyright protection for computer software, a summary  [PDF, page 11]
1981-11-xx   S-100 standard  [PDF]
1981-11-xx   Jerry Pournelle  More  More  [PDFs]
1981-11-xx   Zilog System 8000  [PDF]
1981-11-08   Computers: The action is in software - See document  More  [PDF]

1982-01-xx   IBM and operating systems  [PDF]
1982-01-01   Intel 80186, Intel 80286 - See document  [PDF]
1982-03-xx   Unix royalty fees cut - See document
1982-04-xx   Designing the Star user interface - See document  More  [PDFs]
1982-05-11   Digital (DEC) adds 3 personal computers  More  More  [PDF]
1982-06-xx   On the way to standard Basic  [PDF]
1982-06-xx   HP-87 computer ad  More  [PDFs]
1982-06-xx   MicroPro Software System ad  [PDF]
1982-06-08   Motorola ad - See document  [PDF]
1982-07-26   The 16-bit microprocessor chip - See document  More
1982-08-01   Sony introduces microcomputer
1982-08-13   Motorola 68010 - See document
1982-11-xx   Victor 9000 computer, hardware review  More  More  [PDFs]
1982-11-xx   dBASE II ad  More  [PDFs]
1982-11-xx   Texas Instruments ad  [PDF]
1982-11-xx   Digital (DEC) ad  [PDF]

1983-02-21   Feverish race in operating systems
1983-03-xx   S-100 bus standard adopted
1983-03-xx   Half-height Winchester uses thin-film disks
1983-03-xx   TRS-80 Model 12 ad  [PDF]
1983-04-xx   Market share for the PC
1983-04-26   Tandy introduces TRS-80 model 4 computer  [PDF]
1983-05-xx   Radio Shack ad  More  [PDFs]
1983-06-xx   A DEC on every desk  [PDF, page 7]
1983-07-xx   Oracle Version 3 relational database - See document
1983-07-xx   Intel graphics-display controller - See document  [PDF]
1983-07-21   A Digital (DEC) executive - See document  More
1983-08-21   Guide to computers now leading the market
1983-09-xx   Software prices  [PDF]
1983-09-28   Digital (DEC) introduces Rainbow 100+ personal computer  [PDF]  More
1983-10-17   Xerox is trying to brighten its Star - See document
1983-10-29   Retreat set by Texas Instruments  More
1983-11-xx   Borland ad  [PDF]
1983-12-xx   The Hercules graphics card - See document  [PDF]
1983-12-20   Coping with new computers

1984-01-xx   Digital (DEC) ad  [PDF]
1984-02-xx   The compatibility craze - See document
1984-02-xx   Evaluating word-processing programs  [PDF]
1984-02-15   Xerox unveils Star system models - See document  More  [PDF]
1984-02-23   As software products proliferate, a shakeout is forecast - See document  More
1984-03-xx   Where Byte is going
1984-04-xx   A call for ethical standards for personal computer magazines
1984-04-10   Digital expands line
1984-05-xx   Borland ad  More  [PDFs]
1984-06-29   Motorola 68020 - See document
1984-07-xx   dBASE III: Relational database for 16-bit computers - See document
1984-07-03   Motorola ad - See document  [PDF]
1984-09-xx   Word processing revisited - See document  [PDF]
1984-12-xx   WordPerfect software review - See document  [PDF]

1985-01-xx   MicroPro enhances WordStar - See document
1985-01-31   Home computer field leaders don't dare miss this reunion
1985-02-12   Digital ceases production of personal computer  More
1985-03-xx   Borland ad  More  [PDF]
1985-04-30   Xerox introduces the 6085 Professional Computer - See document  More  More
1985-05-06   Computer columnists: The power of good press
1985-10-16   Intel 80386DX - See document
1985-10-21   Intel ad - See document  [PDF]

1986-01-08   Xerox introduces new office systems products - See document
1986-03-xx   Borland ad  [PDF]
1986-03-24   Software: The growing gets rough - See document
1986-06-16   Software buyers turn to reviewers for guidance
1986-06-16   Computer user groups
1986-11-27   80386 microprocessor is taking hold - See document

1987-02-12   Microcomputer software field is narrowing to three - See document
1987-05-11   Software companies are invading one another's turf - See document
1987-10-29   Motorola 68030 - See document
1987-10-29   Motorola ad - See document  [PDF]

1988-06-17   Intel 80386SX - See document
1988-11-13   When machines spawn obsession

1989-04-11   Intel 80486DX - See document

1990-03-29   Motorola told to stop selling chip - See document  More  More  More
1990-10-15   Intel 80386SL - See document
1990-11-26   Motorola 68040 - See document

1991-05-20   Technology, economics, ego conspire to make software difficult to use

1993-06-06   Across the computer divide, the nerds face the dummies

1996-06-09   'Triumph of the Nerds' takes a look at the success stories of Silicon Valley  More  More

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