Technology & Computing

The new WD Blue SN500 is a big step forward for truly affordable SSD storage.
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Sending video over a network instead of a conventional video cable has all sorts of advantages. Here's a quick look at how even small production companies - or even individuals - can use the new technology
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Wouldn't it be nice if every process could be made this explicitly easy to understand? Debayering explained with Lego, anyone? 
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A big refresh for iMacs is good news for creators who need a top-end all-in-one from the Cuppertino computer company
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Here's a crucial event for anyone involved in live production for streaming. RedShark's latest Connect event is on 27th March in Central London
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A few people have mentioned to me that they think that RedShark’s enthusiasm for technology might ultimately threaten their jobs. Here’s why we think our editorial policy is right.
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If your studio works with remote creative talent, you already know that there are opportunities and challenges associated with distributed production and post production. Bridging the distance not only allows you to find the best talent for the job anywhere in the world, it creates the potential for a diverse and globally-minded workforce that boosts the creativity and vision of…
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5G promises a lot, but its actual implimentation and what we are sometimes told is 5G belies a more complicated story.
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Nvidia wowed people last year with its real time AI assisted raytracing demos. But could similar AI techniques make real-time pixel-free video encoding a reality, too?
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Not long ago, we reported here about AMD's conservative approach to GPUs; we predicted that not until Navi would AMD be able to compete with Nvidia. In February, AMD surprised everyone by announcing the Radeon VII at $700, billing it as a GPU that could enable 4K gaming. Were we wrong? Or has AMD been running a skunkworks program behind the scenes?
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USB standards have become, shall we say, a little confusing. And now we have USB 3.2 and USB4 on its way. Leo Waldcock sheds some light on what this all means.
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