Technology & Computing

The news that WDC is buying SanDisk has set the computer industry alight. As an entire industry re-invents itself, Leo Waldock charts the full story.
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Phil Rhodes attends a screening of Microsoft's Future Vision filmmaking series, which puts the company's products in a science fiction context.
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Recently, I had to buy a new toaster. You would think this was a simple process: it’s not. And the problems I encountered along the way tell us a lot about what is wrong with buying technology today.
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RedShark Replay: Another chance to read this controversial article, which is also one of the most read-ever pieces on RedShark. What do you think?
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The BenQ SW2700PT is a monitor aimed at photographers that could be an intriguing option for filmmakers and pros who don't need 4K resolution.
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A new solution from Cinemartin leverages pro and consumer Nvidia GPUs to achieve speedy 4K and HD encoding.
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A sizeable number of otherwise quite sane people now believe that the Moon landings never took place. Here’s one of the many reason why they are very, very wrong.
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Modern equipment is so good, and so cheap, that it is distorting our sense of what is good and bad.
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Upstart JMR Electronics is making waves with a portable SSD that leverages Thunderbolt 2 connectivity and a unique cooling solution to achieve impressive speeds.
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The traditional camera form factor as we know it has been shaped by technology that is now obsolescent. Maybe it is time to move on.
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The image of Jupiter above was not taken by a probe, but by the Hubble Space telescope in orbit around the Earth over half a billion kilometres away. And that means some glorious 4K footage.
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