Technology & Computing

When most people buy a workstation, they look at the CPU speed, RAM and storage capacity, and perhaps the graphics card if that matters to the job at hand. That completely overlooks something that does a lot to define the form and capabilities of the machine: the motherboard.
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RedShark Replay: 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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Minority Report has a lot to answer for, not least the stimulus given to a million articles like this about the future of the human-machine interface. Controlling internet-connected devices with gesture and voice is widely seen as the future but nothing has come close to the slick air interface imagined in Steven Spielberg’s 2002 movie.
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So many numbers and options! How do you go about choosing a CPU for your self build workstation?
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I've just seen what I can confidently say is the future of TV. It's Samsung's Wall: a TV screen that's made from tiles of micro LEDs.
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You don't need to be a computer engineer to build one. In fact you'll end up with a machine that suits you down to the ground.
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A crawl through some of the code buried in the latest version of Xiaomi’s custom Android implementation hints at an 8K recording capability.
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Apple has been busy releasing some big software updates to both its OS and to the FCP X suite, and it's a significant turning point where codecs are concerned.
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Intel has delivered its Fall Desktop and Workstation briefing where the chip giant announced two closely related families of high performance processors.
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When you are working day-to-day in specific apps you want to make life as easy for yourself as possible. One way to do that is with a keyboard dedicated to the app you are using. Here's our review of the Logic Keyboard. If you edit video regularly and don't have one, you might want to read this.
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Intel isn't taking things sitting down, and it looks like it is getting well and truly back in the game.
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