Technology & Computing

 Latest figures from the UK reveal that some people are still stubbornly continuing to watch current television on their old black & white TV sets.
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We explore the topic of current 4K viewing from the consumer angle and how it relates to professional solutions.
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Seeing reminders of the past like this slams home the extraordinary rate of progress that we've seen in consumer and professional technology
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Apologies for hitting you again with another space story so soon, but SpaceX has just pulled off something very, very awesome. It may not look much, but this is a helicopter shot of its Falcon 9 rocket landing back down again after delivering its payload into orbit.
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A close look at 2015's standout technological breakthrough and its enormous potential to transform cameras, lenses, and, well...almost everything we do. 
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While it’s not quite the Saturn V launches of yesteryear that can still hold us welded to a monitor for hours, Orbital ATK’s Cygnus rocket heading off to the ISS is suitably impressive in 4K.
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LG unleashes a pre-emptive strike on the competition by announcing its CES lineup weeks before the show.
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It is one of those counter-intuitive sounding things, but Netflix has a new plan for making sure that its video content hits your monitor in the best condition possible, even if that means lower resolution.
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Leave it to the braniacs at Disney Research to pioneer an automated way to blend the facial expressions from two takes into one new performance.
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Our US Editor has launched a new content site that features an image player capable of flashing images at durations measured in milliseconds. Yet, its success may hinge on getting users to embrace a novel user interface.
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As CPUs and GPUs increase their numbers of cores, generation over generation clock speed has plateaued. Phil Rhodes explains why.
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