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BIX

(Byte Information Exchange, Cambridge, MA) An online database of computer knowledge, designed to help users fix problems and obtain info on hardware and software products. BIX was originally a part of Byte Magazine, published by McGraw-Hill. BIX was acquired by Delphi in 1992, and a cross promotion of BIX and Byte Magazine services ended in 1997. Until the summer of 1998, when CMP Media Inc. acquired the magazine, BIX informally supported various Byte editorial services. See online service.
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