Technology & Computing

At IBC2016, Sony will showcase its new Canvas technology, which brings HDR to large screens.
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On Saturday, NASA’s Juno probe made the first of its 36 orbital flybys of Jupiter, passing within approximately 2600 miles of the planet’s swirling cloudscape at a relative speed of 130,000mph. So, how do you take a photo at that speed?
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Although it can be fun to ponder the future, reading the tea leaves for the video tech industry may, ultimately, be a fruitless task.
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More is more: Simon Wyndham looks at some of the upcoming improvements for video tech - higher resolution, higher contrast and brightness, higher frame rates - and reckons we need to be continually pushing the boudaries if we ever want to emulate the way the natural world, and our natural eyes, work.
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In a new two-parter on GPUs, Phil Rhodes explores why the GPU has not yet made the CPU obsolete, and the times in which the sheer performance of a modern GPU gives you the best computing option available..
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After months of iPhone 7 gossip, the iPad rumour mill has suddenly kicked into high gear with noted Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo detailing his thoughts on a new iPad line-up. And Tim Cook has been discussing AR.
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RedShark Summer Replay: Old cameras can teach us some essential lessons about using modern digital ones (first published February 2015).
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David Shapton uses a MacBook purchase to explore if we've reached the point  where technology is "good enough" and what exactly that means for consumers and manufacturers.
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RedShark Summer Replay: With computer graphics power increasing faster than Moore's Law, we've come a long way in seventeen years...
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In this introductory article, Phil Rhodes kicks off a new series on HDR by taking a step back and explaining high dynamic range display tech and what it really means to display HDR images.
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HP has announced some updates to the Z240 range of workstations with a clutch of bold claims that are intended to grab the attention.
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