Technology & Computing

AMD just released a new Radeon which may be ideal hardware for virtual reality users and content developers. By Leo Waldock.
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Some time in Q2 2016 we will see the release of the next generation High Performance CPU from Intel that uses Broadwell-E technology. By Leo Waldock.
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It seems to be the season for the world’s computer manufacturers to be bumping up specs as HP announces increased system expandability, higher-speed memory, and multicore updates for its Z series, as well as its fastest Z Turbo Drive to date.
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Today, there's a certain ambiguity about the modern digital photographic tools we're using. This is why, more than ever, we must learn to think critically about them. By Mark Andrew Job.
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A new startup, Archived, wishes to take the worry and uncertainty out of digital archiving with its triple redundant "cold storage" solution that's backed up by a long term trust.
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Intel's purchase of Altera sets the stage for CPUs that come equipped with their own field programmable gate arrays. And that could change a lot of things.
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Sony has conducted an interesting poll that might reveal why so many people lose so much of their content for good.
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Alongside 4K videos composites of time-lapse Earth shots and Ultra HD footage of experiments with bubbles in Zero-G, the ISS crew has also been playing around with long-exposure photography, to stunning effect.
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Dell has upgraded its Precision Tower and Rack Workstations specifially for the creation of high-quality Virtual Reality content and they’re shipping tomorrow. By Leo Waldock
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 Replay: Here's a really useful infographic about all things 4K/UHD [first published October 2014, updated August 2016].
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Organisations are at growing threat of serious security breaches that can impact both their bottom line and their reputation. Services such as NTT Com’s WideAngle though can help.
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