Technology & Computing

David Shapton uses a MacBook purchase to explore if we've reached the point  where technology is "good enough" and what exactly that means for consumers and manufacturers.
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This image is from a recent test of NASA’s QM-2 rocket motor, set to be the most powerful in the world when it debuts in 2018, and it is the first outing of the Space Agency’s equally impressive new High Dynamic Range Stereo X (HiDyRS-X) camera.
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RedShark Summer Replay: With computer graphics power increasing faster than Moore's Law, we've come a long way in seventeen years...
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In this introductory article, Phil Rhodes kicks off a new series on HDR by taking a step back and explaining high dynamic range display tech and what it really means to display HDR images.
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HP has announced some updates to the Z240 range of workstations with a clutch of bold claims that are intended to grab the attention.
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Once upon a time Siggraph was all about new CGI software. This year at least it seems to have been dominated by graphics cards, and AMD Radeon’s Solid State Graphics tech promises the most extreme performance jump yet.
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Under a week after the launch of the Titan X, Nvidia has unveiled the Quadro P6000, which it claims to be its highest performance graphics board ever. 
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11 teraflops, 12GB GDDR5X, around $1,200...Craig Marshall on Nvidia’s latest Pascal-generation graphic card which even the company itself suggests boasts ‘an irresponsible amount of power’.
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Sony has made good on its big CES 2016 reveal, opening up pre-orders for its Z-series of 4K HDR TVs.
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A new SSD from JMR Electronics, the 2TB SiloStor plug-in card, now means that there's no need for *any* HDD in a workstation anymore, even for high volume media storage.
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It might not be getting quite the amount of attention of Pokemon Go  - what is? - but a new app that transforms photos into 'art' in the style of the masters is overloading servers worldwide and could point to the future of vector video.
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