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November 3, 1999: REAL Networks Admits to Data Collection

1999 – Real Networks admits to collecting data without telling users with their software program RealJukebox player. When the issue was brought up by a competitor, Real apologized and issued a patch to change the collection process. For any software to collect data, they must inform you and give you an option to opt out. This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for November 3 UMax releases PowerPC Mac Godzilla is released McAfee manager arrested for laundering money Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe! Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More

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November 1, 1995: Pentium Pro, IBM PCjr Introduced

Intel announced in 1995 the next generation processor – the Pentium Pro. Unlike the Pentium, the Pentium Pro was a chip designed for 32-bit architecture, so Windows 95 and Windows NT could run true.  The processor ran between 150-200 MHz, with a bus speed of 60 MHz (for 150 or 180 MHz processor) or 66MHz (for 166 or 200 MHz processor). The processor used a .35 micron process and prices started at $974 to $1989. This Day in Tech History podcast show notes for November 1 2008 – Novell Open SUSE Community elected board 1996 – DEC sues AltaVista 1983 – The...

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