Technology & Computing

Many cameras and smartphones have been recalled over the years, not just for over-active batteries, but Samsung’s mishandling of the latter stages of its Galaxy Note 7 recall will probably go down in history as one of the most damaging recalls yet seen.
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Opinion: Skeptics love to cast doubt on new technologies, but the current rate of technological change means we're set for more groundbreaking advancements, not less.
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While our industry gazes at the 8K horizon, significant developments are arising from surprising sources.
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We've grown used to CPUs having smaller and smaller features - and hence being more powerful with each generation - but this trend might be about to end as it starts to butt up against some fundamental laws of physics.
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It’s beginning to look like the future of video is not going to be linked to rectangular screens. While the technology that puts moving images onto screens (from mobile to massive) will continue to evolve, other, more diverse ways of viewing video are starting to emerge. 
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Earlier this year, Apple discontinued support for Quicktime on Windows. This could rapidly become a problem for editors everywhere as, with its passing, they lose the ability to decode ProRes on the platform and the big vendors are all 'still working' on a solution.
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RedShark Replay: On July 20 1969, Neil Armstrong descended the steps of the Lunar Lander and became the first man ever to walk on the surface of the moon. What few people realise though is that the grainy, ghostlike images we all associate with that event were not the best quality ones recorded and that the tapes of that original…
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*Now* we’re living in the future. Holographic TV has been a mainstay of science fiction for years to such as extent that even the BBC can’t resist namechecking the Princess Leia hologram from Star Wars: A New Hope when it talks about it. Science fiction though has a way of becoming science reality.
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In our continuing series of articles about the GPU, we delve into the history of the GPU and its evolution into a more general-purpose computing platform.
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Samsung’s new 960 EVO and 960 PRO M.2 NVMe SSDs feature third generation 48-layer NAND technology for an increased boost in capacity and speed.
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One Terabyte in a tiny SD-sized package? That’s extremely impressive. Unfortunately the headline pretty much gives you all the information we have.
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