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64-bit Mobile Processors for Android

Android OEMs to likely cash in on Apple’s 64-bit ‘marketing gimmick’

March 12th, 2014

A new note from ABI Research reveals that 64-bit mobile processors will dominate the mobile landscape by 2018, when such processors will grab 55% of the market. Criticized when Apple first unveiled it, and deemed to be nothing else than a “marketing gimmick” by Qualcomm – until the company later rescinded those comments – the …

Apple Final Cut Pro X revealed, sports 64-bit support

April 12th, 2011

Apple just lifted the curtain on Final Cut Pro X during the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show in Las Vegas. The latest version of the hugely popular video editing software adds support for 64-bit processors and can now take advantage of more than 4GB of RAM. There are a number of enhancements including new …

Adobe launches sneak preview of 64-bit Flash player for Windows, Mac, Linux

September 16th, 2010

If you’re rocking a 64-bit operating system, you are probably acutely aware that your 64-bit browser has to utilize Adobe’s Flash plug-in in 32-bit mode. Yesterday, Adobe announced a sneak preview of their 64-bit Flash implementation they are calling “Square.” As the press release states: This preview includes support for two new areas, namely enhanced support for Microsoft’s Internet …

Google Calendar Sync will keep Outlook 2010 up to date

August 17th, 2010

Just a quick note here… Google has announced that its calendar desktop syncing conduit for Outlook — Calendar Sync — is now compatible with Microsoft Outlook 2010. The blog writes that Outlook 2010 support has been one of the team’s top feature requests. Currently, only the 32-bit version of Outlook 2010 is supported, but keep your eyes on the …

Office 2011 for Mac restricted to 32-bit

June 9th, 2010

Oh man, this is definitely not something we wanted to hear: Microsoft has announced on its blog that Office for Mac 2011 will only ship as a 32-bit version. Citing a need for enhanced compatibility between the Office for Windows and Office for Mac over high-power performance, Microsoft said that it would not have been …

Apple announces Aperture 3

February 9th, 2010

Something photographers have been waiting for; Aperture 3 finally brings all the features we know and love in iPhoto ’09, and meshes them with a new and improved Aperture software set. We’re talking about great organizatioin features using Faces and Places, brand new Brushes that let you paint effects on images, full 64-bit support for …

Apple Boot Camp gets updated, now with Windows 7 support

January 20th, 2010

In the Windows vs. Mac wars, the Apple fanboys now have another reason to gloat: Apple just last night updated Boot Camp to support Windows 7. Along with this update came the year’s first security update, which supposedly addresses 12 security vulnerabilities. Boot Camp version 3.1 supports the 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7 users and …