Intel mulls a 64-bit future
Makes Monday mornings a lot easier to handle
Chipzilla has released a new whitepaper (spotted by Toms Hardware) where it suggest moving its processor instruction set architecture (ISA) entirely to 64-bit.
Microsoft exec talks 64-bit on Snapdragon
Exclusive: 64-bit SDK coming
We had a chance to ask Erin Chappelle, General Manager of the Windows and Device group of Microsoft, and lead player of Windows 10 on Snapdragon about the lack of 64-bit emulation support at launch.
AMD teases Zen-based Naples processor
New benchmarks released
AMD is continuing to build up expectations for its new Zen-based Naples proccessor.
AMD set to kill off 32-bit Radeon drivers
Who needs it?
AMD looks close to killing off support for 32-bit Windows for its Radeon drivers.
Raspberry Pi 3 launches with 64-bit Cortex A53, now available for $35
Competition with Pine A64 project heats up
The folks at the Raspberry Pi foundation have just released the third-generation version of their highly popular single-board computer, the Raspberry Pi 3, now complete with a 64-bit ARM Cortex A53 chip to keep up with modern times along with integrated WiFi and Bluetooth this time around.
Firefox windows finally gets 64-bit
Mozilla wakes up
Mozilla has finally delivered a 64-bit version of Firefox.
Firefox close to having 64-bit browser for Windows
Just don’t expect it to be easy
For some reason the Mozilla Foundation are unable to get a stable version of Firefox which operates in 64-bit Windows.
Snapdragon 820 Kryo clocks up to 2.2GHz
Twice the performance and power efficiency of Snapdragon 810
Qualcomm has just revealed the clock speed and manufacturing process for its Kryo core. Snapdragon 820 is a 14nm FinFET based quad-core with up to 2.2GHz core clock.
Phytium 64-core ARM chip announced
Excellent Spec CPU2006 scores
Fudzilla has confirmed the existence of Qualcomm's 64-core based processors in the past and now a Chinese startup, Phytium has some plans to get them into the shops.
Suse prepares for 64-bit Arm servers
Expanding hardware programme
Suse wants to speed the development of server systems based on 64-bit ARM processors.