Technology & Computing

The generation names may be increasingly questionable, but Intel is about to shift gears with the introduction of its new Coffee Lake processors, offering increased numbers of cores while retaining competitive pricing.
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Phone technology has come on leaps and bounds in recent years. The fast pace of change has meant that sometimes we become blind to the astounding developments that are being made year on year. Are we becoming blind to progress?
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Livestream is about to become part of Vimeo. Almost immediately after we visited Vimeo’s booth at IBC 2017 last week in Amsterdam, we heard today that Vimeo has acquired the live stream hosting company Livestream.
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Historically, developers of robots and intelligent agents have focused on mechanical utility applications, for example factory work, lawn mowing and unmanned vehicles. Theatre & arts have often been regarded as frivolous applications of little cultural or societal value. But what if theatre & arts can provide techniques that make robots grow more human-like in ways that engineering alone cannot achieve?
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RedShark at IBC 2017: AI will take over the world, and cameras are now all very good. This might seem like a statement of the obvious, but a measure of how far things have come can be seen by the latest developments. Phil Rhodes gives us his roundup of day three at IBC.
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HP’s new HP Z8 G4 workstation promises the ability to edit 8K in realtime and heads a trio of new desktop machines with some serious grunt.
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This is what the future feels like, the iPhone X is finally here. Apple may have been accused of coasting by some in recent years. However, in what turned out to be a major event, even by Apple's standards, its latest keynote showed that the company is surging forward, with many of the innovations potentially game changing.
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Sandisk raises the bar on the amount of gigabytes you can cram on to a microSD card by a considerable margin, beating its own 256GB record from last year by an astounding 144GB.
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While ostensibly marketed as a gaming computer, Acer does also mention that its new 18-core processor and 4-way graphics desktop behemoth, the Predator Orion 9000, also works as an 'extreme platform' for content creation too.
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An announcement from RED that it has made a strategic partnership with new start-up Leia Inc gives us a glimpse into the holographic display technology that will power its Hydrogen smartphone.
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Sharp launched what it reckons is the world’s first 8K TV destined for the domestic market in four cities worldwide last week with what looks to be a sub $10,000 price tag attached.
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