Technology & Computing

For the most computationally intense applications there is no substitute for a big, bad workstation, and the Supermicro 5049A-T, on paper at least, is a monster. Let's see how it measures up.
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RedShark Replay: ISO ratings made perfect sense in the days of photochemical film but only serve to muddy the waters when it comes to assessing camera performance in the digital age.
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When nVidia introduced the Turing GPU with hardware ray tracing and tensors, there was a lot of debate about whether or not it was a good idea. On the one hand, these features offered the potential for speeding up some tasks by providing dedicated hardware for them, but on the other both features also used die area that nVidia could…
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Review: Harsh environments are risky for electronic equipment which includes storage media. Many vendors certify their portable drives for submersion in 30cm deep water for 15 minutes, but what if you get to work in much more hazardous environments? The ioSafe Solo Hawk 1TB would appear to offer almost Black Box levels of protection!
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We'll never see a 1.21 gigawatt lightbulb, but here's Phil Rhodes to explain why the relationship between batteries and their potential output for lighting isn't always straightforward.
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Replay: Modern cameras have incredible dynamic range - but you can only access it if you use a "log" or "Cine-style" mode when you record. Phil Rhodes explains how this works, and wonders why there are so many non-standard ways to do it!
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This week in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show hosted 170,000 punters and 4,400 exhibitors many of which – like Samsung – have stands the size of an airline hanger. Impossible then to sort the wheat from the chaff, but RedShark has had a go and offers up six of the best from the world’s gadget extravaganza.
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Review: It seems to be named after a 1980's action movie, but we take a look at Seagate's IronWolf NAS drive. The spinning disk isn't dead yet.
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Going to the orchestra or a music gig might not be the first type of night out you might associate with a being deaf person. But this revolutionary piece of clothing literally allows them to feel the music directly on their bodies. And apparently the effect is incredible.
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AMD is developing new products in every niche, including mobile, gaming, and content creation.
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2019 was a great year for technology, and this year shows absolutely no sign of slowing down. With big announcements forthcoming from AMD this week, it looks like we have entered 2020 with a bang.
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