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AMD just released a new Radeon which may be ideal hardware for virtual reality users and content developers. By Leo Waldock.

Intel Broadwell-E is coming soon

Published in Technology & Computing

Some time in Q2 2016 we will see the release of the next generation High Performance CPU from Intel that uses Broadwell-E technology. By Leo Waldock.

In case you think some of the announcements we hear nowadays are game-changing, here's a look back at a truly groundbreaking one from 60 years ago that changed broadcast television forever. And that's no hype. By Phillip Moss.

How to make the transition to Video over IP [sponsored]

Published in IP Video

Here's a breakdown of Video over IP and how NewTek's NDI technology distinguishes itself as compared to other options.

RED’s 8K WEAPON is being used to capture images for Marvel’s latest cosmic adventures in Guardians of The Galaxy Vol. 2, and Codex kit is handling the data. The resulting workflow on the production is an interesting insight into how we’ll work with 8K.

Captioning is something that has always been an issue in post production. It doesn't make sense to tie up an edit suite and editor to do it, so sending it to a specialist subtitling department is the usual option. There are alternatives, though.

Here are assets and tools that will greatly enhance your video editing workflow.

Sony has conducted an interesting poll that might reveal why so many people lose so much of their content for good.

Dell upgrades Precision workstations

Published in Technology & Computing

Dell has upgraded its Precision Tower and Rack Workstations specifially for the creation of high-quality Virtual Reality content and they’re shipping tomorrow. By Leo Waldock

Today, there's a certain ambiguity about the modern digital photographic tools we're using. This is why, more than ever, we must learn to think critically about them. By Mark Andrew Job.

New 9.7-inch iPad Pro targets older PCs

Published in Technology & Computing

Apple’s latest event wasn’t a blockbuster, but as the company rapidly approaches its 40th Anniversary, it was interesting to see how Cupertino plans to adapt to a more competitive market while playing a leading role in a rather critical current debate about the future of privacy. By K Stewart.

So the 88th Academy Awards Ceremony has come and gone with a few surprises and non-surprises, but the kudos heaped upon Mad Max: Fury Road for its in-camera vfx is reminiscent of that bestowed on the winner of the first ever Best Picture, 1927's WWI drama Wings. By Joe Foster.

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