Technology & Computing

When it was first announced last year, the 8.6kg (19lb) Acer Predator 21 X laptop caused surprise and astonishment. Now you can buy one of the 21-inch monsters and be surprised and astonished, not to mention $9000 poorer, in your own home.
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Intel is going to open up access to the Intellectual Property behind Thunderbolt 3 so that the IT industry will be able to manufacture Thunderbolt 3 hardware. And that’s a good thing…sort of…
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The news that both Intel and AMD have multi-core chips ready to roll out of the fabrication plants this summer is going to be good news for workstation users.
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The term UHD doesn't help anyone… There’s no big revelation here. No massive paradigm change in technology. No seismic shift in our understanding of the universe. Just a slowly dawning realisation that something I’ve been saying for a long time has just been proved to me without a doubt.
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RedShark Review: OWC’s Thunderbolt 3 dock has no less than 13 ports, all of which represent OWC’s experience with users’ needs in terms of support for legacy technology.
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If a photo is worth a thousand words then for Google it may be worth a thousand searches. Having declared that artificial intelligence (AI) was at the forefront of the company’s R&D a year ago, the tech giant has now merged AI with imaging in a suite of product announcements.
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For those tired of Netflix, Amazon, or even what we now have to refer to as linear TV, DJI has launched a new app for Smart TVs showcasing some of the best user-generated content from its worldwide drone fleet.
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With Ryzen already making serious inroads into Intel’s market, AMD has just upped the stakes massively with the revelation of its new forthcoming 16-core Threadripper. Game on!
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It is only two weeks until Computex, the annual tech jamboree in Taipei, Taiwan, where we are increasingly confident that Intel will launch Core i9 and its HEDT (High-End DeskTop) platform, Basin Falls.
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While it’s tempting to think of tape as a dead end format being rewound into obsolescence, the reality is a big different as IBM’s latest pushing of some fairly impressive boundaries demonstrates.
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ARM, the company that has a powerful stranglehold on the mobile CPU market, recently announced the development of its first ISP which could have some major implications for mobile camera tech.
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