cross-platform

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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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Even on PC, a game that runs on Windows, Mac OS and Linux is technically considered crossplatform.
Often studies conducted using microarrays first identify piRNAs of interest and then perform crossplatform validation using qRT-PCR.
While app authors use crossplatform mobile app development tools for the "Write once, Run everywhere" feature, malware authors use them for the "Write once, Infect everywhere" feature.
But the corporation insists it remains committed to serious journalism and says a new crossplatform strand called BBC Wales Investigates will be launched to replace it.
B/S structure has been proven that it has better security and better crossplatform, but because the general architecture is an emerging technology, currently the technology is not yet mature part.
In furtherance of the software technology that is shaping the future of the automotive UX, Qt, creator of the Qt crossplatform development framework, teamed up with partners KDAB and Pelagicore to develop the Qt Automotive Suite, which supports the common in-vehicle-infotainment (IVI) system-development needs of automotive OEMs and tier 1 suppliers.
It's a sort-of all-encompassing festival, showcasing the finest international and local, crossplatform events in the fantastic T13 in the Titanic Quarter.
Vinter, "CSR5: an efficient storage format for crossplatform sparse matrix-vector multiplication," in Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Supercomputing (ICS '15), pp.
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.