Technology & Computing

11 teraflops, 12GB GDDR5X, around $1,200...Craig Marshall on Nvidia’s latest Pascal-generation graphic card which even the company itself suggests boasts ‘an irresponsible amount of power’.
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Sony has made good on its big CES 2016 reveal, opening up pre-orders for its Z-series of 4K HDR TVs.
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A new SSD from JMR Electronics, the 2TB SiloStor plug-in card, now means that there's no need for *any* HDD in a workstation anymore, even for high volume media storage.
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It might not be getting quite the amount of attention of Pokemon Go  - what is? - but a new app that transforms photos into 'art' in the style of the masters is overloading servers worldwide and could point to the future of vector video.
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RedShark Replay: NLEs (Non Linear Editors - computer editing systems) have transformed the creative process since they were first introduced a quarter of a century ago. But how do they actually work?
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A recent trip to the IMAX theatre at Empire Leicester Square in London gave Phil Rhodes a chance to investigate the quality of current top-end laser projection for theatrical exhibition.
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Phil Rhodes looks at the limitations of film stock for archival storage and options, present and future, that may extend the lifespan of your media in long-term storage.
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Phil Rhodes is your guide to an exploration into lens optics that helps explain why fast zoom lenses are both huge and expensive.
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The ITU has in the end not just recommended one HDR standard, but two. Phil Rhodes on the competing standards that offer contrasting benefits: which one will come out on top?
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Although it's a "standard" that devices don't support yet, the new UFS cards from Samsung write much faster than microSD and offer a glimpse into the future of storage that stretches beyond the mobile phone.
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While still very much in the 'experimental' category, the one thousand core barrier has been broken by engineers at UC Davis and IBM.
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