Start64!HTC is one of those elusive companies that is having a hard time deciding whether to stay in or out of the tablet game. Regardless, fans of the HTC tablet concept still exist and a new render shows us a product that could be capable of bringing the mojo back to the company’s almost inexistent tablet business.

Start64!BARCELONA, Spain -- Samsung likely will join the 64-bit processor club this year, but it doesn't have the technology ready just yet, CNET has learned.

Start64!Like most self-respecting companies out there, AMD has also started to work on a tablet project on its own. And at MWC 2014, the chip-company showed a pretty interesting reference model that, among other things, ran Windows 8.1 64-bit.

Start64!These updates (*.msu) provide a collection of performance and reliability improvements that are designed to improve the Windows 8 experience. We recommend that you apply all of these updates as part of your regular maintenance routines. Failure to install all of the packages listed above could leave your machine in an untested state.

Start64!In this video we'll code the box blur algorithm described in the previous part. This is a C++ implementation but it's going to be designed (I hope anyway...) to encourage an simple port to SSE.

Start64!This small section of the tute contains a description and illustration of a very fast box blur algorithm. We want to select the fastest known algorithm for our own implementation, and the sliding window version I was thinking of implementing is nowhere near as fast as this one.

Start64!So the rush to 64-bit mobile processors has turned into a stampede. Apple started it with the A7 processor. Qualcomm and Intel have followed. But this charge begs a question: why the heck do you need with a 64-bit processor on a mobile device?

Start64!Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office 2013 64-Bit Edition contains new updates which improve security, performance, and stability. Additionally, the SP is a roll-up of all previously released updates.

Start64!Qualcomm presents their latest ARM 64bit ARMv8 Snadragon 610 and 615 based on the ARM Cortex-A53 quad and octa core. These new include the Qualcomm Gobi 9X30's LTE Advanced Category 6 capability with up to 300Mbps 4G LTE modem, 3G HSPA+, CDMA, and 802.11ac Wi-Fi all in one chip. Enhanced ISP for imaging and camcorder quality and Adreno 405.

Start64!The world of enterprise IT must pay attention any time a true development is made in mobile technology. Internally, the business might consider upgrading devices, while externally, mobile consumers will be affected and the organization’s mobile strategy might need adjustment. 64-bit computing is one of those mobile development worthy of enterprise IT’s attention.

Start64!It's been a long time. In this tute we'll start programming a more complex plugin for Imogen. It will be an implementation of the Box Blur function. It will include a Windows form with controls which will give the user some options as the plugin executes.

Start64!Like Qualcomm and Intel, MediaTek has also pulled a 64-bit processor, called the MT6732, out of the box. As FoneArena notes, the MediaTek MT6732 is an ARM Cortex-A53 chip with Mali-T760 graphics and 4G LTE support. The processor is one the first to be based on the ARMv8 architecture and is aimed for mid-range smartphones/tablets.

Start64!Qualcomm has made a pretty big announcement at MWC 2014 by unveiling its eight-core Snapdragon 6151 chip for mobile devices, which integrates LTE and 4K video streaming capabilities. This places the chip-maker ahead of Apple, in terms of 64-bit mobile chip developments.

Start64!Qualcomm isn't the only chip maker to announce a 64-bit mobile processor platform at MWC 2014, as Intel has jumped in the same bandwagon not so long ago.

Start64!MediaTek is a chip-manufacturer that often supplies mid-range mobile devices, but the company intends to up its game, so it is looking to integrate LTE connectivity into its architecture.