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This makes you realise how powerful your iPad is

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iPads are now powerful media computers

Breaking News: Books now do video

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Video is becoming part of the fabric of our lives, and Apple’s release of iBook Author - an authoring tool for iPad interactive books - is one of the clearest indications of the way video will be used in the future.

Apple makes quarterly statemements on its commercial progress during the year. There are often hints about future directions contained in these legally-necessary announcements. Keith Stewart reports

Every four months, all the rumours and speculation around Apple momentarily pause as the company reports its quarterly earnings. Whatever the corporate spin or trendy market analyst theories, CEO, Tim Cook, and CFO, Luca Maestri, turn up to take questions on the cold, hard numbers. By K Stewart.

When is a console not a console?

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With the arrival of an iPad app intended to be a Control Surface for FCP X, the debate about touch versus physical controllers starts here. Neil Roberts kicks it off

Will Apple's A8 iPhone chip be faster than your laptop?

Published in Technology

At the recent Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Imagination Technologies, creators of the PowerVR GPU used in the iPhone and other mobile devices, demonstrated a mobile graphics design with 192 processing cores

Would you want to control your camera from an iPad?

Published in Technology

You wouldn’t expect the video business to take lessons in innovation from a company that makes low-cost mixing consoles. But, in the case of the Mackie DL1608, it probably should.

The new iPad: This doubles everything

Published in Technology

RedShark is the first online publication that has as part of its core philosophy the idea that technology is doubling in capability every year or so. There's nothing new about this idea. Moore's law was built around it in 1965, and Raymond Kurzweil wrote his seminal work on the exponential growth of technology "The Singularity is Near" in 2005 - and it is still uncannily accurate in predicting trends.

We think the next iPad will have glasses-free 3D

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Can this really be true? A 3D iPad? Coming next year? We think so.

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