Technology & Computing

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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Replay: You can't go far without understanding the relationship between sensors, lenses and depth of field, only it's slightly more complicated than you might have thought!. Phil Rhodes makes it understandable.
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So, now that the dust has settled, what can we conclude from NAB 2016? Phil Rhodes reckons that we're moving into a period of evolution rather than revolution.
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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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