Not to be outdone by Apple, Samsung has swiftly reacted to the announcement of Cook & Co.’s new 64-bit A7 processor by announcing that its next slew of phones will pack similar silicon, thank you very much.
One of the truly unforgivable aspects of the Foxtel Download launch recently was that it didn’t support 64-bit Windows systems. Fortunately there are people smarter than me who have worked out a way to get around this limitation.
We’ve been pretty big advocating that you go 64-bit with your next OS—mainly because it’ll let you use gobs more RAM. Keep in mind, though, just because an application is 64-bit doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll be faster: [Adobe]