Technology & Computing

Halide is a new iOS photography app with serious chops written by former Apple designer Sebastiaan de With and Twitter engineer Ben Sandofsky who previously worked on the iOS version of Twitter and the Periscope video processing stack.
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We first saw this when it launched last week and, after a decent period of reflection and meditation, have decided we really *really* want one. All we need now is $1499.
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RedShark Review: Want to use bare SATA drives with your Mac? OWC might well have the answer in a sturdy and ergonomic package that also happens to be built like a tank.
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Microsoft claims that its new Xbox One X console is the most powerful console ever. Can its native 4K games and onboard 4K Blu-ray player, provide the spark to really light the domestic 4K touchpaper this year? 
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HP’s new external Omen Accelerator graphics dock might come from a gaming heritage but should provide a powerful boost to anyone in need of a GPU. And that includes editors.
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If IBM’s new fabrication process are anything to go by, it looks like the next stages of chip development will be aiming at battery performance in mobile devices rather than out and out grunt.
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Viewing a collection of 35mm slides from the late 50s and early 60s reminded me of how good today’s cameras have to be — and one way in which they will never be as good. 
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Like the return of a long-lost friend, Apple has come back in the best possible way for professionals.
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While the consumer press zeroed in their attention on the HomePod, the big news from Apple as far as our area of the industry goes was the surprise unveiling of a new $4999 iMac Pro. All this and more from WWDC 2017 in our comprehensive roundup by K Stewart.
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RedShark Review: Shooting film outdoors can be a lot of fun, but it’s detrimental to your equipment if the weather turns against you. That’s where the CalDigit bus-powered Tuff 1TB SSD comes in.
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Intel has responded to the growing threat posed by AMD’s Threadripper with the official unveiling of its next-gen Core i9 at Computex, which it confirms range from 4 to 18 cores.
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