Technology & Computing

Apple Watch reborn, iOS 10 gets smarter, and macOS Sierra gets a new file-system (plus Siri). K Stewart on the latest news from the latest Apple jamboree.
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Boiling down press releases to deliver the essence to the readers of RedShark News is a daily occurrence, but we nearly came a cropper when OWC (Other World Computing) sent us information about its new SSDs.
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The BBC Micro might not mean much to readers outside the UK, but over 1.5m copies of this education-oriented computer were sold in the 1980s — and now there is a successor.
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The end of the shuttle program has meant that lifting heavy IMAX equipment into space is no longer practical, which is why the recent IMAX production of A Beautiful Planet turned to the Canon C500.
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Nvidia launched its GTX 1080 graphics chip before Computex to a wave of favourable reviews that made gamers drool in anticipation. Leo Waldock was there.
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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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Replay: Cooke lenses are coveted by top-end movie makers and any serious filmmaker that can afford them.  Phil Rhodes went to the factory in the English city of Leicester where they're made.
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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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