Rakesh Malik

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13 October, 2020

AMD Zen3: Ryzen 5000 processors now unveiled

AMD continues to take a blow torch to its rivalry with Intel with the announcement of its Zen3 Ryzen 5000 processors, along with newly unveiled...

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13 October, 2020

Filmmakers love retro lenses... how about retro cameras?

(Replay) From vinyl to phones to lenses… to borrow a cliche: retro is in many ways the new black. But how far can we take this? Is there a market for...

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12 October, 2020

Does the cinema have a future?

Cinema distribution is going through a very tough time right now, with one of the biggest chains closing down in both the US and UK. Is there a...

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1 October, 2020

Here's what's coming in computing for Autumn 2020.

The processor race is heating up yet again. Here's some of what to expect from the big players in technology as we enter into Autumn.                ...

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10 April, 2020

Reflecmedia: An evolution in green screen

Review: Reflecmedia has developed a clever solution to facilitate shooting green screen footage. The idea behind it is to simplify the process of...

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9 April, 2020

XMG unveils monster new Ryzen based laptop

Ryzen based laptop announcements are almost old news now after the number of design wins that AMD showcased at CES, but XMG is raising the ante.

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23 March, 2020

Scratch 9.2: The colour grading software gets substantial new features

Assimilate Scratch has been updated with some major new features and abilities.

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11 March, 2020

Asus ZenBook Pro Duo review: A unique and very powerful workhorse laptop

Review: We take a look at the Asus Zenbook Pro Duo, a powerhouse laptop with a few extra twists up its sleeve.

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24 February, 2020

Who will win the war of chip supremacy in 2020? Buckle up!

The last time that AMD and Intel were actually competitive, it was all about AMD and Intel. And it didn't really last all that long; AMD was already...

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19 February, 2020

Is Intel back in the game?

Intel's upcoming processors indicate a firm step in the right direction for the company. But will it be enough?

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