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Friday, December 04, 2015
Apple News:BlueStacks hits a billion apps used per month and launches new mobile platform | GamesBeat | Games | by Dean Takahashi

BlueStacks hits a billion apps used per month and launches new mobile platform | GamesBeat | Games | by Dean Takahashi In 2011, BlueStacks was a small company when it debuted its virtualization platform that enables people to play Android mobile apps on a PC. Now the company’s App Player has become surprisingly popular, with more than 109 million downloads of the BlueStacks player, which is used to engage with a billion apps per month.
Android, again.

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Thursday, December 03, 2015
Apple News:Apple programming language Swift goes open source

Apple programming language Swift goes open source Apple's software team has officially made Swift, its proprietary iOS and OS X development software, open source and available for modification by all developers, via the new website Swift.org.
Open source just until critical mass is achieved and then we'll lock it down for security reasons. Just like darwin. Sorry, it's that kind of day.

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Tuesday, December 01, 2015
Apple News:Adobe launches its first video-editing app for Android, here's how it works | VentureBeat | Apps | by Paul Sawers

Adobe launches its first video-editing app for Android, here's how it works | VentureBeat | Apps | by Paul Sawers we’re going to look at the Freeform element of Adobe Premiere Clip to see how much bang you get for your (free) buck.
Bang that buck.

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Monday, November 30, 2015
Apple News:Teardown reveals iPad Pro A9X sports dual-core CPU, 12-cluster GPU, built by TSMC

Teardown reveals iPad Pro A9X sports dual-core CPU, 12-cluster GPU, built by TSMC The A9X is also 40 percent larger than the A9 processor found in the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. That extra space has allowed Apple to double the number of GPU clusters, from 6 to 12.
My favorite adjective for describing GPU power increase is double. Unless of course, it's quadruple.

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