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In a fairly audacious move, rather than waiting to circulate his plans over the future of net neutrality to members of the FCC in the USA, Commission Chairman, Tom Wheeler, has given a statement outlining them to Wired. And, as the destination indicates, supporters of net neutrality have reason to be delighted.
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Here's another chance to read this article, the content of which seem to get more relevant with each passing day: "Megapixels" doesn't equal "resolution". Not by a long way!
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With computer graphics power increasing faster than Moore's Law, we've come a long way in seventeen years...
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RedShark News Editor, David Shapton, ponders the forthcoming “expiration date" of Moore's Law and whether technology can continue its rapid advancement as a result.
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Did you see the story from a couple of days ago about the drone that crash-landed in the White House garden? Seems that it has led to the oddest reason for a firmware update ever...
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In April last year we reviewed the Dell M3800, which was a slim, stylish, mobile workstation. You rarely see those words in the same sentence, because mobile workstation laptops have traditionally been essentially desktop computers crammed, rather uncomfortably, into a portable case. Now, it seems Dell has done it again...
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Rumors of a new 12in slimmed-down Macbook Air have revealed details of an eye-popping capability for the new C-Type USB connection.
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Holographic viewing might just become the most important thing about Windows 10
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Computer graphics are improving faster than Moore's law
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Nvidia has a new mobile chip that's as powerful as the world's fastest supercomputer in the year 2000
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The Beagle has (finally) landed: As you will have probably seen from the mainstream news sites, the UK-led Beagle 2 Mars probe, which went missing while attempting touchdown on Christmas Day 2003, has finally been found intact and on the surface of the Red Planet. As you would expect the camera tech in Nasa’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter that found it…
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