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What company was formed when IBM sold off its Selectric and
What company sparked the spread of digital photography with its
Photo CD system?
What tech company did founder Marc Ewing name for his granddad's
old Cornell Lacrosse cap?
What Iomega device revolutionized removable disks, with as much
capacity as 68 floppies?
What company put the "MS" in MSNBC?
What U.S. presidential candidate explained to voters: "The
Internet is a great way to get on the net"?
What computer manufacturer dropped the PS/1 line to create an
Aptiva brand for home user?
What pressure-sensitive handheld organizer was developed under
the code name "Touchdown"?
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What colorful operating system was distributed by computer
outfits named Red Hat and Yellow Dog?
What computer hardware outfit ditched retail for mail-order to
become the top direct-sale vendor?
What graphics group acquired WordPerfect, Quattro Pro and
Novell's PerfectOffice to get into the booming "office suite"
What company distributed free Reader software to encourage the
use of its flagship Acrobat desktop publishing system?
What publisher's Perl programming reference books, thanks to
their cover illustration, are better known as The Pink Camel" and
What U.S. agency was investigating computer hackers when its
website was trashed by a group linked to the "Swedish Hackers
What California locale did Yahoo! magazine dub "Most Wired City in
America" three straight years?
What computer-generated 3-D image boogied its way onto TV's Ally
McBeal in 1998?
What web programming language was invented by Sun's "Green Team"?
What company unsuccessfully pitched its $1,500 Videophone 25000
for home use, in 1992?
What company introduced the world's first Internet ViewCam using
What self-appointed vigilante ruminant kept newsgroups safe from
spam, before moving on to develop NoCeM anti-spam technology?
What chip did Intel create as a lower-cost alternative to the
Pentium microprocessor family?
What does HTML stand for?
What organization did Lotus founder Mitch Kapor help launch in
1990 to defend free speech in the brave new world of cyberspace
What video game title did John Carmack concoct while witching the
Color of Money, when Tom Cruise was asked what was in his pool cue
What company was embarrassed when its Taiwanese programmers
inserted anti-Communist slogans into software intended for China?
What senior Democrat's interest in getting a few computers for
the office resulted in his becoming the first U.S. senator with an
Internet home page?
What giant Internet outfit scooped up Netscape in a bid to corner
the browser market?
What company incessantly hyped dot-com investing with the
tagline: "Believe in yourself"?
What was the first Windows edition named for a year instead of a