Technology & Computing

The quest to find the way out of the Uncanny Valley is making progress
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Intel reveals plans for Thunderbolt Flash Storage. Promises to revolutionise fast portable backup
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More signs that the Digital Bolex D16 is coming to life. The picture above is one of the first raw images to come from this much awaited camera
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A Pebble dropped into a pool last year has sent ripples into the world's biggest tech giants, including Apple, Sony and Microsoft. Kate Large rounds up the latest developments in the fast-moving SmartWatch sector
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This is an astonishing technology demonstration: A camera tracking a bouncing ball in real time, keeping it in the centre of the video image
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Well this is a coincidence! Yesterday we showed you this shot of the SpaceX Grasshopper craft on a test flight, looking more like a CGI creation than a real thing, and now, PetaPixel has brought our attention to this trailer for a film about Saturn which is in 4K definition, and achieves this pinnacle of resolution by being the result…
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RedShark has been speaking to the Australian I/O specialists Bluefish444. We asked them about their current products and how they see the future shaping up
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Douglas C Englebart, the man who revolutionised the way we interact with computers by inventing the mouse in the 1960s, has died aged 88. Of mice and men: Andy Stout.
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LaCie have been making high quality external drives for many years now and recently they have adopted Thunderbolt connectivity in a big way. I had the opportunity to test some of the Thunderbolt enabled drives and here are the results
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RedShark puts the focus on Storage and I/O
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What did you think of HFR on The Hobbit? A New Zealand filmmaker is experimenting with frame rates to find out how audiences react differently to regular vs high frame rate films
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