Technology & Computing

OLEDs have been knocking around for longer than LCD screens, but are only now starting to really impact on the mainstream. And while there is still room for improvement, the feeling is that the momentum behind them is finally growing.
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That’s not a typo. We've just finished NAB 2017, but what can we expect to see in five year’s time?  And are the trends visible now? From computational imaging to augmented reality to object-oriented video, David Shapton thinks they are.
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G-Technology has rocked up to Vegas with some powerfully impressive new products in its bag. Senior Product Manager, Matt Bennion, reveals all from the showfloor.
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Later today one of the latest milestones in space broadcasting is going to be reached and breached as ISS Expedition 51 Commander, Peggy Whitson, speaks live from the ISS in 4K using a RED Epic Dragon.
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Billed as the world’s first dual-GPU graphics card designed for professionals, the Polaris-architecture-based Radeon Pro Duo claims performance up to double that of competing cards.
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If you can't wait for a new Mac Pro or don't fancy journeying down the evolutionary cul-de-sac that the tweaked version of the current trashcan design represents, Phil Rhodes considers the alternatives.
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Those of us who were there and remember not bothering with sites that had jpegs on because they were too slow to load might ask why on Earth you'd want to, but there's no denying that an exhibition in London which recreates an Internet Cafe circa 1996, complete with barely functioning web, is an intriguing prospect.
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Well, not quite. There were several things that leapt to our mind when we saw the video Space-X released of its reused Falcon 9 rocket landing on a droneship in the Mid-Atlantic.
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With IMFT’s 3D XPoint technology, higher speed storage and huge computer memory capacity may be coming to a workstation near to you.
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Phil Schiller, Apple’s SVP of worldwide marketing, told reporters at a recent roundtable held at Apple’s Machine Shop hardware prototyping lab that the company is “completely rethinking the Mac Pro.”
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Nvidia and Intel developing their highest grade chips to drive autonomous cars will give a boost to the seemingly inevitable concept of turning vehicles from transport cages to multimedia zones. What the tiny supercomputer can also be used for is perhaps more important.
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