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HiDPI

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Chrome gets high-resolution screen support on Windows, too

It's not enabled by default yet, but Windows users with HiDPI screens eager to try out high-resolution support in Google's browser now can.

By Jul. 10, 2013

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Air Display app for iPad brings Retina-level resolution to Macs

Apple's iPad has leapfrogged the Mac in high resolution display support, though an updated iPad screen sharing app brings the feature to Mac users.

By Apr. 2, 2012

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'New Kind of Science' falls short of its iPad e-book potential

New support for Retina graphics helps a lot, but Stephen Wolfram's magnum opus about math, computing, and physics could be so much more.

By Feb. 6, 2014

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Browser makers get past high-resolution image impasse

Newer screens packed with pixels are great for detail, but only if software can take advantage of them.

By Feb. 3, 2014

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At long last, browser makers adapt to Retina-quality images

Fiddling with one part of the HTML standard could ensure that bandwidth isn't wasted delivering big images to small screens and that pictures look good on Retina displays.

By Sep. 27, 2013

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Retina Display support coming to Adobe CS6 software

Photoshop, Illustrator, and a few other Creative Suite applications will get the Retina Display treatment through updates sometime this fall.

By Aug. 31, 2012

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WebRTC fully operational in Firefox beta

Mozilla preps Firefox for plug-in free, real-time communications in the browser.

By May. 16, 2013

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Google pays bug hunters for finding Windows flaw

Identification of a problem with Microsoft's OS merits an award from Google's Chrome security effort. Also, Chrome 22 improves Web-based games, and Chrome for iOS supports the iPhone 5.

By Sep. 26, 2012

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Why a Retina Display on a MacBook could be a bad idea

The most-rumored new MacBook update sounds like it might be more trouble than it's worth.

By May. 18, 2012

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Premiere Pro supports Retina displays, Windows 8

Adobe has caught up to Apple's Final Cut Pro with support for high-resolution Macs. It can use new MacBook Pro hardware acceleration, too.

By Sep. 6, 2012