Online Interactive Scheduling Program with Interoffice Application
Online Interactive Scheduling Program With Interoffice Application
ScheduleWise.com, a Littleton, Colorado Internet software developer, has created an interactive, online scheduling program that allows patients to make appointments over the Internet in “real-time”. The first edition, specifically(Added: Mon Aug 21 2000)
ProtoView UK Launches PowerChart Java Component
Worthing, West Sussex – July 6th, 2000 - ProtoView UK, the leading provider of component technology, today released version 1.0 of its new Java Charting component. PowerChart is a rich and robust set of integrated JavaBeans that provide 2D and 3D rendering of a wide variety of graph types to any ja(Added: Thu Jun 15 2000)
E-mail Virus Set for New Year's Day
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- A destructive new e-mail virus, which is designed to erase all the data on a computer's hard drive, is set for New Year's Day, computer experts warn.
The virus, dubbed W32.Mypics.Worm, which was discovered Thursday, affects Windows 95, Windows 98 and Windows NT systems and has(Added: Sun Dec 05 1999)
Home PC Not Immune to Y2K Bugs
By ANICK JESDANUN
NEW YORK - Even the personal computer isn't immune to the Year 2000 bug.
While larger computers and networks used by business and government get most of the attention, the PC at home could be vulnerable, too. Risks are greater with older PCs, as well as banking, spreadsheets and (Added: Sat Dec 04 1999)
Guide to Y2K Computer Trouble
By ANICK JESDANUN
NEW YORK - Y2K talk is everywhere.
The Year 2000 bug has spawned several books, countless articles in magazines and newspapers, even a TV movie.
It's enriched computer programmers and advisers. The Commerce Department estimates that government and businesses will have spent more(Added: Sat Dec 04 1999)
Mac To Windows/Windows To Mac Phrasebook Published
SEBASTOPOL, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Dec. 3, 1999--Like travelers in a foreign land, Mac users working in Windows or Windows users working on a Mac often find themselves in unfamiliar territory with no guidebook.
The just-released 'Crossing Platforms: A Macintosh/Windows Phrasebook', offers users (Added: Fri Dec 03 1999)
Virus set for Jan. 1, 2000
By Erich Luening
Although your computer might be inoculated against the Y2K bug, there is a new virus floating about that will change home page settings to pornographic sites and then wipe out hard drives at the millennium moment.
The virus--the latest in a series of increasingly flamboyant viruse(Added: Fri Dec 03 1999)
STREAMING AUDIO: Born To Web
Why do you use a computer? If you asked most PC users that question, one of their top answers would be to get on the Internet. Today, people shop, learn, research and keep in touch online. Now, getting ready to surf has gotten even easier. With the introduction of Webpc, the folks at Dell Computer s(Added: Wed Dec 01 1999)
Dell to offer new Webpc line of consumer PCs
NEW YORK, Nov 30, Dell is getting cute. By Eric Auchard
Dell Computer Corp. (NasdaqNM:DELL - news), the world's No. 2 personal computer maker, said it will unveil on Tuesday a new generation of small and stylish Intel-based consumer desktop PCs that do away with the austere functionalism of traditi(Added: Tue Nov 30 1999)
FileMaker Pro 5 Named to Home Office Computing 100
Workgroup Solution From FileMaker, Inc. is the Only Database in the HOC 100 Productivity Category
'Home Office Computing,' the technology and productivity magazine for telecommuters, entrepreneurs, and the rest of today's work-at-home workforce, has chosen FileMaker Pro 5 one of the 100 best home o(Added: Thu Nov 25 1999)
New Computer Virus Brings No Christmas Cheer
A spinoff of an earlier computer virus is set to strike on Christmas Day, erasing hard drives and spoiling the holiday for computer users who had hoped to install new software they found under the tree.
In a year in which there has been a steady stream of computer viruses, anti-virus researchers ha(Added: Wed Nov 24 1999)
It's war once again! The coming fight for the soul of a new machine
Robert Lemos, ZDNet
One epic battle of the Information Age is over. Another is about to begin.
Microsoft's operating system may have achieved domination over the traditional PC, but no one can yet lay claim to the heart and soul of the next generation of computing devices: The so-called informatio(Added: Mon Nov 22 1999)
Electronic Arts And AOL in Online Games Deal
By Therese Poletti
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - In a bid to become the world's top provider of video games online, Electronic Arts Inc. (NasdaqNM:ERTS - news) agreed to be the sole supplier of games to America Online Inc. (NYSE:AOL - news), the No. 1 Internet service provider.
Redwood City, Calif.-ba(Added: Tue Nov 23 1999)
U S WEST.net Protects Customers From Latest Deadly Computer Viruses
With Hackers Threatening to 'Celebrate' Y2K with Over 30,000 New Viruses, U S WEST.net Becomes Nation's First Major ISP to Offer Customers Network-Based Computer Virus Protection
Deadly computer viruses that can knock out computers and entire networks will be stopped in their tracks thanks to two n(Added: Sun Nov 21 1999)
Comdex witnesses dawn of new IT age
Lisa Dicarlo, ZDNet
LAS VEGAS -- The PC has become so passe that even PC makers are reluctant to talk about it anymore.
The notion of Internet appliances as adjuncts to or replacements for the PC dominated the industry's biggest trade show here this week. Comdex marked a symbolic end to much of w(Added: Tue Nov 23 1999)
Microsoft's Gates shows new devices for Web
LAS VEGAS, Nov 14 (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. (NasdaqNM:MSFT - news) Chairman and Chief Executive Bill Gates showed off his company's new scaled-down Internet appliance to a standing-room crowd at the Comdex computer trade show, where the personal computer is no longer the star.
Gates, in his kick-(Added: Mon Nov 15 1999)
Gates Sees New Era in Internet Computing
LAS VEGAS, Nov. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Proclaiming a new era in Internet computing, Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT - news) Chairman and CEO Bill Gates told an industry audience during his COMDEX/Fall '99 keynote tonight that Web sites will change radically in the coming year from places where information(Added: Mon Nov 15 1999)
Bill Gates declares Microsoft encourages high-tech innovation
LAS VEGAS (AP) - Microsoft Corp (Nasdaq:MSFT - news). chairman Bill Gates declared Sunday that his company encourages innovation in the high-tech industry, offering a public counterpoint to a judge's finding that Microsoft uses its monopoly power to crush competition.
In his biggest public presenta(Added: Mon Nov 15 1999)
ATI Delivers the Industry's Most Extensive Range of AGP 4X Products
Top computer manufacturers to use ATI 4X AGP implementation
TORONTO, Nov. 15 /CNW-PRN/ - ATI Technologies Inc. (TSE:ATY, NASDAQ:ATYT) today announced the computer industry's fullest range of products to support the Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP) 4X specification, products that are perfectly balanc(Added: Mon Nov 15 1999)