Technology & Computing

Apple’s latest event wasn’t a blockbuster, but as the company rapidly approaches its 40th Anniversary, it was interesting to see how Cupertino plans to adapt to a more competitive market while playing a leading role in a rather critical current debate about the future of privacy. By K Stewart.
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The quest for the vintage aesthetic in photography and video has seen some strange bedfellows over the years, but few are as instantly arresting as Claire Wright’s marriage of an old 8mm camera with a Raspberry Pi.
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Phil Rhodes argues that we're almost at the post-scarcity point with cameras where the equipment is so uniformly excellent that, if the end results don't look good, it's down to the user.
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SSDs are tumbling in price and currently offer the most amazing value for money, dipping below the $300 per TB barrier. But, as Leo Waldock says, workstation enthusiasts still need to be careful in making their choices.
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A thumb drive on steroids and bootable at that, Ned Soltz has five out of town shoots over the next few months and reckons the Envoy Pro will be invaluable as media offload or preview files.
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Part of the Forgotten Technologies series. We’re probably all familiar with Polaroid instant film cameras, but how many remember Polaroid’s ill-fated attempt at instant movies - Polavision?
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The latest iteration of the Raspberry Pi computer board has surfaced, again boasting incredible specs for its paltry price.
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How much GPU power do you need for your Adobe video applications? After looking at the Quadro K1200 and Quadro M4000, Tom Lansford from professional-workstation.com came up with an answer that surprised him.
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All about development and whether, in the not-too-distant-future, we'll even need eyes to see our creations.
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It’s been a typically busy first day and weekend of press conferences at this year’s Mobile World Congress. Andy Stout reports.
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Hard drive capacities - especially when you use multiple drives in RAID arrays - are almost beyond comprehension these days. They’re just colossally big. This, though, is the biggest desktop drive we've ever seen. Here's our "first look" at it.
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