Technology & Computing

Unless you've been living under a rock for the last few years, you know that the clock speeds of processors haven't changed much, yet performance is still going up. Most of that performance gain is coming from parallelism.
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Sony's new AI aims to make realtime pro AV video production easy for people with limited resources and training.
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For those who want to shoot or store a lot of video on their smartphones, Samsung has just announced an enormous 1TB flash chip for next gen devices.
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Is Apple's new Mac mini the mini marvel you've been waiting for?
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With Mobile World Congress coming up next month, the industry is expecting to see a lot of foldable phones on display, both prototype and (almost) ready to ship. Xiaomi’s is possibly the best implementation we’ve seen so far.
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According to Ridley Scott's 1982 sci-fi Blade Runner, by this year, Los Angeles should have degenerated into a horizon-wide field of dystopian towerblocks, locked in a permanent neon-lit night. For better or worse, that hasn't happened, although some of the other technological leaps shown in the film sort of have...
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This is how the year is shaping up for computer CPUs in 2019.
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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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Drones have an impossible hill to climb when it comes to maximising their potential. Phil Rhodes looks at how the recent chaos at a UK airport highlights some fundemental truths about aerial drone filming.
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If you want really vast storage, and we really do mean vast, the Spectra TFinity ExaScale could be just the ticket. You'll need an equally big room to fit it in though!
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Is there really such a thing as 'planned obsolescence' as some sort of conspiracy?
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