64-bit Google

  • Start64!Google has officially announced version 64 of its Chrome browser for Android, with downloads to go live on the Google Play Store in the coming days and weeks.

  • Start64!Google Earth lets you fly anywhere on Earth to view satellite imagery, maps, terrain, 3D buildings, from galaxies in outer space to the canyons of the ocean. You can explore rich geographical content, save your toured places, and share with others.

  • Start64!A major bug had been plaguing Windows 10 Insider Preview users who were used to browsing the internet via 64-bit versions of Chrome, which caused the browser to crash almost instantaneously on build 10525. While Microsoft overlooked that particular issue, and failed to caution users regarding the problem, Neowin conveyed some workarounds to resolve the bug.

  • Start64!With Google's introduction of 64-bit ABIs for Android, we need to make some minor updates to Version Codes we use to publish and filter app on Google Play. The current suggestion make the 64-bit ABI 1 higher than the 32-bit code, making the 64-bit the preferred.

  • Start64!Today, Google added the 64-bit Intel images (Windows, Mac OS X and Linux) to its Android emulator, signaling the fact that developers can now start testing their Android apps for 64-bit Intel-based devices. The support for x64 chips will increase the amount of addressable memory (devices will be able to use more than 3 GB of RAM), and developers will get access to more registers.

  • Start64!We told you in July about the Chrome team’s announcement last year that they planned to remove NPAPI support from Chrome by the end of 2014. This includes the Google Earth plugin that uses NPAPI.

  • Start64!Google has just taken the wraps off its latest Android version, which is called “L.” There's no Lollipop or Lemonhead or anything of that sort, it's simply called Android L.

  • Start64!After Apple’s WWDC, the next big thing in tech will certainly be Google’s I/O conference, scheduled to take place on June 25-26. - The event will most likely be the platform for the unveiling of anticipated new products. We speculated a while back that this might be the perfect time for Google to roll out the Chromebook Pixel 2, but that’s just hopes and dreams at the moment.

  • Start64!Before the end of this year, Google and one of its hardware partners should make official a new handset in the popular series of Nexus smartphones, one that should be called Nexus 6, but a new concept device has arrived on the web with this name attached to it.

  • Start64!Recently, Mountain View-based Internet giant Google has been rumored to plan the release of a cheaper version of the Nexus 6 handset, which is reportedly set to land on shelves sometime towards the end of this year.

  • Start64!Many of you already know about this, but since there are many users who are upgrading from Ubuntu 12.04 to 14.04, they might not be aware of what they need to do when a package, like Google Earth, fails to install because it depends on ia32-libs (on Ubuntu 64bit).

  • Start64!Various reports have indicated that Google may be discontinuing the Nexus 7 tablet line this year, in favor of a new 8-inch Nexus 8 tablet that could be launched alongside Android 4.5 at some point this summer. While this device and its launch are far from being confirmed by Google, AndroidPit speculates that the summer launch may have something to do with Intel’s release plans for a new mobile processor, suggesting that Google and Intel may partner up for this particular Nexus device.

  • Start64!The Nexus 8 was in the rumor mill a lot lately, as details about it have started pouring in. Now, new information suggests the device will come bundling Intel’s new 64-bit Atom chip processor. Well, like it was unexpected. In late February, we told you the upcoming Nexus tablet to come out of Google was expected to arrive at the I/O 2014 developer conference set to take place between 25 and 26 of July.

  • Start64!Jitsi (formerly SIP Communicator) is an audio/video and chat communicator that supports protocols such as SIP, XMPP/Jabber, AIM/ICQ, Windows Live, Yahoo! and many other useful features.

  • Start64!Apple's (NASDAQ: AAPL) new 64-bit chip has been characterized by a Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) insider as a "hit in the guts," according to HubSpot. Qualcomm, a major chip supplier to many of Google's (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android partners, is now racing to catch up by planning to release its own 64-bit chip at some point next year.

  • Start64!GMail Drive is a Shell Namespace Extension that creates a virtual filesystem around your Google Mail account, allowing you to use Gmail as a storage medium. GMail Drive creates a virtual filesystem on top of your Google Gmail account and enables you to save and retrieve files stored on your Gmail account directly from inside Windows Explorer.

  • Start64!Intel's recently released low-power Atom processor Bay Trail platform already offers hardware support for 64-bit addressing, plus on-chip acceleration of certain graphics and cryptography functions in double-precision. Bay Trail based tablets with Google Inc.'s (GOOG) popular Android mobile operating system are expected to start this holiday season at $150 USD.

  • Start64!Google is delighting iOS developers who leverage Maps in their applications with an updated software development kit which supports Apple’s 64-bit A7 chip. In a tweet addressing developers, Google says, “We just released version 1.6 of the Google Maps SDK for iOS with 64 bit support, marker opacity, and min/max zoom.”

  • Start64!This program sits in your system tray, and gives you easy access to look up maps and directions on Google Maps.

     

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