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Look, how many bits you choose to process in the privacy of your own home is entirely your business, but don't expect the latest Photoshop to work on anything less than a 64-bit multi-core Mac running a minimum of Snow Leopard. Adobe's update brings a compute-heavy 'Mercury Graphics Engine' as well

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The Windows 7 launch seems to have gone off mostly roses and sunbeams, but we're hearing today that quite a few people have had issues installing the downloadable $29 student upgrade edition on 32-bit Vista -- apparently the file doesn't unpack to an ISO, but instead to an executable and two bundle

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We've seen there's a bit of confusion after a certain not-entirely-lucid portion of Steve's WWDC keynote yesterday, wherein he announced \"top to bottom\" 64-bit integration in Leopard, what he characterized as a first for the industry. As we all know, Apple is only shipping on one version of Leopard

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Calm down, first-gen Core Duo owners -- the rumors aren't true. Microsoft made some waves earlier today when Bill Laing, one of the general managers of the Windows Server division, was quoted at WinHEC saying that \"Windows Server 2008 is the last 32-bit operating system (for desktops and servers) th

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Do you remember gaming in 1990? Talk about the good 'ol days, this was the time that the games had to have a great story line and not rely on graphics. RacketBOY.com dug up the June/July 1990 premier issue of Sega Vision. (Remember who Sega is don't you? They were the forerunner on everything gaming

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The major downfall to LCDs is not the cost but rather the picture quality. They just don't give you the same quality of a CRT. Part of that comes from the different resolutions a CRT can do natively and the other is a byproduct of the backlight. You see, LCDs have a backlight that is always providin

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