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Mathematica 5.2 Now Universal Binary

Mathematica 5.2 Now Universal Binary

by , 8:15 AM EST, February 17th, 2006

Wolfram Research announced that Mathematica 5.2 is now available as a Universal Binary application on Thursday. In addition to running natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, the data and mathematic research application was also enhanced with support for 64-bit computing, multicore processors, vectorization, desktop searches, stem and leaf statistics plots, and more. Mathematica 5.2 is available at the Wolfram Research Web site, and costs US$1,880.

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