Blaster - Computing

Computing

  • Blaster (computer worm), a computer worm
  • Blaster (video game), a 1983 arcade game manufactured by Williams Electronics
  • Blaster Learning System, an educational software series originally created by Davidson & Associates
  • Sound Blaster, a family of sound cards by Creative Technology

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