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May 14, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Wordstar to Merge with Canadian Firm: Wordstar International, a personal computer software pioneer that has been in steady decline for years, said it would merge with Softkey Software Products Inc., a Toronto-based producer of consumer software. The combined companies, to be based at Wordstar's headquarters in Novato, Calif., will have revenue of about $90 million, making it one of the larger publishers of consumer and home-office software.
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May 14, 1993 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Wordstar to Merge with Canadian Firm: Wordstar International, a personal computer software pioneer that has been in steady decline for years, said it would merge with Softkey Software Products Inc., a Toronto-based producer of consumer software. The combined companies, to be based at Wordstar's headquarters in Novato, Calif., will have revenue of about $90 million, making it one of the larger publishers of consumer and home-office software.
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January 28, 1993 | RICHARD O'REILLY, RICHARD O'REILLY is director of computer analysis for The Times
One of the latest fads in personal computing is mapping software for travelers and others who need help getting where they are going. These programs take advantage of the computer's ability to quickly wade through mountains of data. But performance suffers when you have a slow microprocessor, limited disk storage space or want to shift focus quickly from one map to another.
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