Technology & Computing

Hewlett-Packard chose New York to unveil the third generation of its Z-series laptop/workstations. Phil Rhodes was cautiously impressed by what he saw.
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We revisit the 'eight-bit versus ten-bit' debate, exploring if eight-bit recording's days are numbered.
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Apple TV boasts the slickest media streaming UI yet, but that's only a fraction of its true potential. By realising an app-based future for television, K Stewart reckons that this device really could rewrite the consumer rulebook.
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Quantum film technology, by way of InVisage, has arrived as a tech advancement (as compared with phone cameras). But does it point the way forward for pro cameras?
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The intriguing L16 camera and whether computational photography will usher in a new age of third party software development for cameras.
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The rise of OLED 4K televisions raises the question: are we nearing the time when consumer displays will be suitable replacements for professional monitors?
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It's easy to forget that perhaps the biggest leap forward in recent video history was a tape-based format in Standard Definition called Digital Video.
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RedShark Replay: The one where Phil Rhodes doesn't mince his words in wondering why not!
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Guest contributor Joe Foster of Shoot HD takes us back to 2002 to chronicle the making of Star Wars: Attack of the Clones and the digital revolution that infiltrated Hollywood.
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Why distortion often helps to sell the idea of 'reality'.
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While the industry is concentrating hard on a 4K and even 8K future, it probably seems like we've done this sort of thing before. And we have. But there are disruptive technologies looming that could impact our industry in rather more profound ways.
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