Technology & Computing

Last year's phones, from all manufacturers, were viewed as being blazingly fast. The latest iPhone is a clear show of just how fast these devices are now becoming.
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Moore's Law became representative of all technology, but its roots lie in a general observation about the semiconductor industry. It has priven oddly true to a degree, but now it looks as if its prediction of transistor density increases has been stopped dead in its tracks.
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During October Intel will launch its 9th Generation of desktop processors that are known as Coffee Lake Refresh. These 9xxx CPUs are based on the technology used inside the current 8th Gen. Coffee Lake and will use the same LGA 1151 motherboard socket, however there are some significant changes that will have a massive impact on performance.
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Review: We take a look at Dell's monstrously high resolution UP3218K monitor, a display that promises to show such fine detail that it can show even some of the highest resolution DSLR photos in their entirety.
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 We take G-Technology's G-Raid system with Thunderbolt 3 through its paces in this long term video review.
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Apple's new iPhone announcements might not have offered us any huge surprises due to various rumours and leaks, but the new devices still impress with the powerful new A12 chip and increased photographic capabilities.
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It doesn’t matter whether you’re an enthusiastic proponent of 8K or think it’s the white elephant in the room, the R&D push towards it is resulting in cheaper and better 4K options.
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Top end VHS gear is now extremely inexpensive, which is great if you are a retrohead wanting to copy your old media at the highest quality possible for digital storage. 
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Replay: The technological revolution has created great opportunities for new film-makers everywhere, but has in its wake created a new challenge: where are we going to put all this stuff? Peter J Haas investigates An Affordable Middle Ground To Preserving Your Film’s Digital Assets.
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This may not be the first internet cat photo ever taken, but it's the first internet cat photo taken with RED Hydrogen One... And it's seriously impressive.
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One of the highlights of Germany's recent IFA, were the new Samsung 8K QLED sets that are due for release in October and will use AI upscaling to ease the content gap for early adopters.
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