Technology & Computing

RED has flicked a switch somewhere in its code to allow decoding to be offloaded to Nvidia GPUs and the results with the new Turing architecture are blisteringly fast.
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Can a hard drive have sex appeal? Well, if you take a look at Angelbird’s range of 2.5” SSDs they certainly grab the eye far more than most competitors! Here's our review of the Atomos certified RAW ECO drive.
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Sonnet Technologies has expanded on its range of Thunderbolt 3 expansion products with the new, slimline Echo 11, and aimed it firmly at MacBook Pro users.
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Siggraph, the huge trade show for the graphics industry is taking place right now. This year's Nvidia keynote was a blockbuster, and summed up almost perfectly how and why technology is accelerating.
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AMD served up a major surprise during Computex 2018 when they told us the 2nd Gen Threadripper CPUs would double the core count to 32 cores with 64 threads.
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Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9 not only features Samsung’s biggest smartphone screen to date and a massive 4000mAh battery, it also has some neat new camera tricks to play with as well.
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Camera science is pretty advanced now. What if camera manufacturers stopped trying to push resolution and spent some time instead improving other features?
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It may not have the functionality of Amazon’s or Google’s devices and, inevitably, it’s more expensive too. But above and beyond its audio quality there is one factor why Apple’s HomePod is the smart choice for any home, and that is privacy.
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As anyone who has had the pleasure of a fibre connection to their house knows, you can get a lot of data though an optical cable. Tweak the lasers right, however, and you can get an astonishing 661 Tbits per second - all the data the entire internet needs.
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Earlier this year you could not buy some high-end graphics cards for love nor money as inventory was funnelled towards the voracious cryptocurrency market. Happily, however, things are changing.
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Bendable screens have been one of the staples of the sci-fi props departments in recent years, but thanks to Samsung it looks they will be with us as soon as next year.
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