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cross-platform

(software, hardware)
A term that describes a language, software application or hardware device that works on more than one system platform (e.g. Unix, Microsoft Windows, Macintosh). E.g. Netscape Navigator, Java.
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Zachary Scott (Shutterfly) Building crossplatform cli apps with mruby
It is the only crossplatform MMORPG with classic gameplay that works even on simplest devices.
THE UK's first crossplatform terminal operating system has been implemented at Teesport, in a move that "further strengthens" the port's position as a key player in the sector according to bosses.
He also unveiled a wearable device collaboration with Oakley*, a leading product design and sport performance eyewear brand, a 3D collaboration with HP*, and highlighted True Key, a new crossplatform application by Intel Security that uses personal factors like the face, device or fingerprint to make logging in easier and safer.
And this is a crossplatform title which means you can use your iPhone to fight alongside someone with a Samsung Galaxy.
Or it might end up as the blueprint for a global crossplatform multi-media nation-defining event.
Crossplatform gene expression signature of human spermatogenic failure reveals inflammatory-like response.
We have partnered with an Indian based software company that has built a crossplatform information technology (IT) solution for the banking sector and we have launched the new package in Libya.
This would need to be in the Stratford area of London with crossplatform access to St Pancras trains or other stations in the City area of London.
jokes Richard Barnwell, founder and CEO of crossplatform games company Digit [digitgaming.
The agency, headed by former journalists Amy Bould and Mark Waugh, will deliver an integrated crossplatform PR campaign for Coverage Care Services, based in Shrewsbury.
EditShare, a technology provider of crossplatform collaborative editing and shared media storage, reveals that Los Angeles-based creative house, LUSSIER, has deployed a 48TB Edit- Share XStream system to facilitate media sharing and centralised storage for its Avid and Apple Final Cut Pro editing workgroups.