1985 – Idea mooted for a weekly pullout to encourage and stimulate interest in computers.
1986 – Launch of Starlink, the country’s first public access bulletin board service (BBS).
1987 – A new gossip column called Chip Chat, penned by the “subtly corrosive” Alkaline One C. Lee Kon, makes its debut in Computers.
1988 – Computers is revamped and renamed In.Tech.
1993 – In.Tech undergoes a revamp and adopts a magazine-style cover with illustrations or photos on the front cover.
1995 – Connexions, a new pullout focusing on networking and communications technologies, is launched.
1996 – The In.Tech CD, featuring an archive of articles, computer glossary, games and shareware applications, is released.
2001 – Tech.Plus, a new pullout focusing on gadgets and consumer electronic devices, makes its debut.
2003 – In.Tech becomes a bi-weekly pullout, published every Tuesday and Thursday.
2005 – In.Tech celebrates its 20th anniversary.
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