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Did you see the story from a couple of days ago about the drone that crash-landed in the White House garden? Seems that it has led to the oddest reason for a firmware update ever...

In April last year we reviewed the Dell M3800, which was a slim, stylish, mobile workstation. You rarely see those words in the same sentence, because mobile workstation laptops have traditionally been essentially desktop computers crammed, rather uncomfortably, into a portable case. Now, it seems Dell has done it again...

Just in case you'd started to think that all sound effects libraries are the same, here's one with a genuine difference.

Atomos Shogun firmware updated to give playback

Published in Production

Atomos' Shogun 4K recorder/monitor has been shipping for a few weeks - in quite large numbers, apparently - but has lacked a major feature: playback. Now, as promised, that's been fixed with a new firmware upgrade.

Coming soon: 5K video down a USB cable

Published in Technology & Computing

Rumors of a new 12in slimmed-down Macbook Air have revealed details of an eye-popping capability for the new C-Type USB connection.

Holographic viewing might just become the most important thing about Windows 10

4K is the new norm in consumer televisions

Published in Business

The future of 4K looks assured according to the latest figures and some analysis from CES.

SYNC is a Sci Fi high concept short film by our friend and RedShark contributor Hasraf Dulull (HaZ)

Video is important to medicine

Published in Technology & Computing

There's a parallel world, mostly out of sight to the mainstream video industry. It's where video technology is being pushed to the limit, but for a different purpose

Emotional Apple Ad shows how far consumer technology has come

Published in Audio

In our lifetimes, things have changed more than we can easily imagine

A music video that relies on extreme edge detection

Published in Production

Here's a pretty extreme look for a music video. You've never seen footage from a RED Epic look like this. Find out how - and why - it was done

Star Wars: waiting for the breakdown truck

Published in Post & VFX

A nifty piece of CGI is behind this quick comedy clip that imagines a Star Wars incident on a busy motorway

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