Microsoft's lays out Silverlight upgrade plans

Microsoft's Silverlight rich internet application platform has been the subject of much gossip lately, specifically about the future of the development platform. Microsoft has clarified that Silverlight will get a refresh next year starting with the release of Silverlight 5. One of major upgrades to the product will include 64-bit capability and high-dev video support as well as improved digital rights management. In all, we should see as many as 40 new features.

Silverlight to include 64-bit capability

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