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March 5, 1997updated 05 Sep 2016 12:12pm


By CBR Staff Writer

Intel Corp has put a bunch of new internet technologies up on its web site to play with but is taking no responsibility if they crash your system. There’s also no support available. There’s a new web publishing system, a personalized navigator for Usenet groups, an internet postcard delivery system and a virtual tug of war. Users can download the software, which is being developed by the Intel Architecture Labs and buy licenses for commercial use of the technologies. The main purpose of this endeavor, Intel maintains, is to have users provide feedback to their engineers. See

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