Intel enables feedback on Internet technologies

March 1997
Electronic News;3/10/97, Vol. 43 Issue 2158, p26
Trade Publication
Reports that computer users can now download and comment on experimental Internet technologies being developed within Intel's Architecture Labs (IAL) through the Exploratory Technology section of the Connected PC Website.


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