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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He said: "I think there is considerable opportunity for multi-format retailing in Oman -- which today is very much historically driven by hypermarkets.
Carrefour is continuing its multi-format, omni-channel expansion for the benefit of its clients.
has reached the 1,000-store milestone in line with its target to end this year with 1,100 stores in its multi-format portfolio.
Sydney, Aug 10 ( ANI ): The 2013 Women's Ashes has reportedly been expected to the 'forerunner to a revolution' in both men's and women's games, as they have been launched as a new multi-format series.
Early Edition multi-format e-Books (PDF, ePUB, and MOBI), available exclusively through Pearson, have been through preliminary stages of editing and technical review, but content and presentation are not yet final.
Chinese broadcaster Shenzhen Media Group (SZMG) has chosen Snell's Kahuna multi-format SD/ HD production switcher as the centrepiece of its strategy to expand its outside broadcast (OB) capabilities.
It also offers a 250GB SATA II 7200RPM Hard Drive, Multi-format, Dual-layer DVD+/-R/RW Drive, 15-in-1 Digital Media Reader and Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium, with a suggested retail price starting from USD449.
0 Support * Open PCI Express x16 Slot for Future Graphics Expansion * 1GB DDR Memory Expandable to 4GB * 250GB 7200RPM Hard Drive * Multi-Format, Double-Layer DVD+/-RW Optical Drive * 9-in-1 Digital Media Reader and Five USB 2.
It also offers a new dual-layer multi-format DVD writer, a versatile modular bay to accommodate a variety of optical drives or a bay battery and an optional Atheros Super AG wireless LAN for fast data transfer.
Daniel Wilks is Deputy Editor of Hyper, Australia's leading multi-format games magazine has been writing about computer games in a full time and freelance capacity for nearly ten years and as such has an ingrained agenda to defend them to his last breath or otherwise he'll have to look for another line of work.

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