Mozilla has (finally) made 64-bit Firefox the default for users running a 64-bit edition of Windows. The switch has taken several years its arrival should help bump up security and reduce crashes.
At WWDC 2017, Apple announced that it will drop support for 32-bit apps. It has now once again posted reminders about this major transition, saying that macOS and iOS 11 apps must support 64-bit.
The XBMC Foundation has announced that Kodi 18 will ship with a 64-bit version for Windows, saying that it's a "big step" toward releasing its upcoming UWP app, which will be available for Xbox One.
The maintainers of the privacy-oriented OS, Tails, have announced that with the release of Tails 3.0, computers with 32-bit processors will no longer be supported. Tails 3.0 is due June 13, 2017.
Details have emerged of Microsoft's plans to bring x86 emulation to Windows 10 Mobile devices with ARM64 processors. Known as 'Cobalt', the functionality is expected to arrive with Redstone 3 in 2017.
Apple has been requiring developers to submit 64-bit apps for over a year now. Beginning with the iOS 10 beta, it would appear that devices will now warn users trying to use older 32-bit applications.
While Windows 10 Mobile is currently only available as a 32-bit OS, it won't be for much longer, as Microsoft revealed today that "even our phones will soon have a 64-bit operating system".
Mozilla has released a new update for its flagship web browser, introducing a 64-bit version for Windows PCs. The update also increases performance and security on all platforms.
Google has now resolved a problem which previously caused 64-bit Chrome to crash instantaneously on Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10525, stating that there will be "no future work on it".
The next high-spec MediaTek chip to make an appearance will be the 64-bit MT6795 based on ARM's big.LITTLE technology. MediaTek has released a teaser showing 1080p video captured at 480fps.
According to a latest post on Google Apps blog, the company is planning to stop developing the browser for 32-bit Mac systems starting November as majority of users are now on 64-bit systems.
Alcatel OneTouch has returned to Windows Phone with the POP 2, the first handset running Microsoft's mobile OS to feature a 64-bit processor, along with 1GB RAM, 4G connectivity and a low price tag.
Lenovo announced two new handsets at IFA 2014, with one of them being a prime competitor to HTC's new Desire 820 and the other one offering some decent specs for its price.
HTC has unveiled its second phone to pack a 64-bit processor, the Desire 820. The mid-range phone offers some great specifications, though pricing has yet to be announced.
HTC has announced the Desire 510, the first ever 64-bit Android phone and the first device to feature the new Snapdragon 410 chipset - and it's also the company's most affordable 4G handset to date.
If you use Chrome and are on a 64bit machine, there is a new version of Chrome out now that bumps up the version number to 37: the build is available for Windows, OS X and Linux.
HTC, the company which introduced the world to the Android OS, is expected to announce the world's first 64-bit octa-core smartphone at this year's IFA event on September 4th.
Google has released a more stable beta release of its new 64-bit Chrome browser for Windows 7 and 8, replacing the earlier Canary and Developer builds, which were first announced in June.
Details have emerged of HTC's 8.9-inch 'Volantis' tablet - which some believe will be released as the Nexus 9 - with reported specs including a 64-bit Tegra K1 CPU, 2560x1600px display and 5GB of RAM.
Qualcomm has announced their new Snapdragon 810 and 808 processors, both of which support 64-bit programs. Both chips won't be made available in device until the first half of 2015.
The Tegra K1 benchmarks on AnTuTu are showing themselves to be leaps and bounds ahead of everything else, including the Snapdragon 805
Mozilla has sent Neowin a new progress report on their 64-bit version of Firefox for Windows, over a year after development of the long awaited port began again.
Intel has revealed tablets with its Bay Trail processor will be released with the 64-bit version of Windows 8.1 in the first quarter of 2014, followed by Android 64-bit tablets later in the year.
An executive from ARM, attending the ARM Technology Symposia in Korea, has confirmed that Samsung will be launching a smartphone powered by 64-bit version of their Exynos processor early next year