Technology & Computing

A new report in the journal Science points the way to a new lens of the future that could revolutionise optics entirely.
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Drone-Be-Gone! A new risk for drone flyers might just be about to make its slightly unwelcome mark.
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BT's recent experiment takes broadband connectivity over fibre to an extreme. Yet, it may be some time before such speeds reach the end consumer, if ever.
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Think you know what to do with your high dynamic range video recordings? There may be other creative possibilities of HDR that you should consider.
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Driverless cars are one thing, but the implications of recent work in advanced artificial intelligence points to a lack of human involvement in other areas too. Is anywhere really safe?
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Replay from 2014: If you thought that the remarkable low light performance of the Sony A7S dovetailed nicely with attempting to take photographs of the Milky Way wheeling above the surface of the Earth, you’d be dead right.
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Meet Google’s new Art Camera, one of 20 units the company is building to help digitise the world’s artworks for posterity at enormously high resolution.
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Replay: A trip down memory lane in the company of the venerable Commodore Amiga 4000, one of the formative machines from the age of digital video.
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We take a look at Dell's new tablet that has been designed for rougher-than-normal use.
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Should companies release new cameras every year? Or should they release cameras with longer lifespans at higher cost?
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The 8K LED screen is now a reality, with Leyard's introduction of its gigantic 31-foot display.
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