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We recently ran a story on Dell’s upcoming 27-inch UltraSharp 5K monitor marking a new era in Ultra HD monitors. Now, with persistent rumours pointing to Apple introducing a Retina iMac, we believe the house that Steve Jobs built will debut a 27-inch 5K iMac soon. Guest author Daniel G. Roberts reports.

Dell tackles the Macbook Pro Retina head-on

Published in Technology & Computing

 

Such is the lead enjoyed by the Retina Macbook Pro in the eyes of its beholders (its users, in other words) the emergence of a non-Apple laptop that out-performs it is bound to raise a few eyebrows

Keep taking the tablets

Published in Business

Apple’s new 128GB iPad is not just a Surface-killer, it looks like it has designs on the lower end PC market as well.

Sony's PS Vita TV to crush Apple's hobby?

Published in Technology & Computing

While PlayStation 4 is the headline act for November launch here and in America, Sony's home territory will be first with a very different gaming/multi-media device. Priced 9,954 yen with tax (about $100 USD or £64), PS Vita TV will arrive on November 14 and at a raw technology level simply crushes Apple's hardware. K. Stewart reports for RedShark

Apple Releases FCP X 10.0.6

Published in Post & VFX

Apple has released FCP X 10.0.6, perhaps the most far reaching of all updates since the released of FCP X in June, 2011.

A glimpse inside Apple with their latest financial results

Published in Business

 

 

On the day that Apple unveiled its latest financial results, marketing packs hit the media promoting the 'computer we were insane to build… the new Mac Pro.’

Apple's results are a foggy glimpse into the heart of this giant company. Through the mist you sometimes see the future. K. Stewart explains

We Think Apple will Make a 4K Laptop

Published in Technology & Computing

This is a totally unfounded rumour, with no basis in fact whatsoever. We haven't seen any stories in any Asian electronics trade magazines and no-one has smuggled a factory picture of parts from any new computers. RedShark's Matt Gregory reports

Tuesday's announcements from Apple ranged far beyond the long mooted iPad mini and, for the content creation community, a stunning update for the all-in-one iMac desktop and a 13-inch Retina Macbook. K. Stewart reports.

New 64-bit iPhone 5s pushes tech boundaries

Published in Technology & Computing

Apple's new iPhone 5S is 56 times more powerful than its "ancestor", the first iPhone, launched just six years ago. The new 64-bit A7 chip may be powerful enough to run a laptop, but it's not the only high-tech aspect of the new phone. Photography and video get a boost, while the new fingerprint recognition pushes security into a new league - K. Stewart reports

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