Technology & Computing

Visible Light Communications (VLC) technology could soon be transferring data round your home at impressive speeds - all via your light bulbs. But why are we talking about it now?
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Panasonic’s ruggedised 20in Toughpad was initially aimed at industrial uses, but it’s just had a significant performance boost and a HDMI 2.0 input to make it at home on a film set too.
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It's been a long time coming, but now we finally have a 'pro' iOS device is it really all that we'd hoped for? K Stewart has been living with one and finds it an important step to something that could be truly great.
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RedShark Replay: Part one of this examination of SSD technology touched on the differences between various types of NAND flash and the impact that SLC, MLC and TLC (3-cell MLC) NAND flash has on pricing. In part two, Guest Author, Leo Waldock, details the next step: coming up with some solid guidelines for selecting a suitable SSD for your workstation.
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With news that Sony will cease production of Betamax tape, Phil Rhodes take a retrospective look at Betamax and tape in general.
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With momentum building behind USB Type C — witness its recent alighting on the iPad Pro — there is a chance it could go on to be the next big thing in connectivity. Docks will help that process.
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RedShark Replay: SSDs are a very good thing. But how do you decide which of the many types you should buy for your new workstation? By Leo Waldock.
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RedShark Replay: It's one thing for cameras to be modular, that's a good thing. But should we really have to design our own custom rig for every new device?
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Depth-sensing capabilities are coming to the forefront of some camera designs, but LIDAR takes it a step further, by capturing images by depth and depth alone.
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Move far enough away from Earth and the whole planet is represented by a single, pale blue pixel. 
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In one of those stealth moves that makes you wonder if manufacturing ever talks to marketing, Apple’s newly shipping iPad Pro seems to feature very unannounced USB 3.0 support.
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