Technology & Computing

Intel talks about Sunny Cove and promises new CPUs for 2019.
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The Dell Precision 5530 2-in-1 goes from mobile workstation to workstation tablet with one quick twist. Can it also be a productive media workstation? Here is a first look at the convertible workstation from Dell.
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We have so many great conversations at RedShark that we thought we'd try to capture some of the ideas floating around and turn them into podcasts. Here's the first of our "Screaming into the Hurricane" series with RedShark Editor David Shapton in the UK and Kevin Bourke of Bourke PR in America 
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New full body synthesis AI could be a huge step towards truly convincing deepfake video.
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How do you tell if your computer is set up to run After Effects correctly? You benchmark it with this program that's been written espeically for the job
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8K is most certainly here, and it isn't going away any time soon. But its ultimate success or failure could ride on that most basic of things, the humble HDMI cable. Can the standards keep up, and will the solutions being put forward be detrimental to the resolution being craved in the first place?
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Tom Cruise takes on his most impossible mission yet, by trying to get people to turn off motion interpolation on their television sets. This message will self destruct in 5 seconds.
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Samsung has announced they will start selling three models of Consumer SSDs with QLC (Quad Level Cell) NAND that will go on sale from 16th December.
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Qualcomm's new 5G capable Snapdragon 855 would appear to be taking mobile processing to new heights.
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Should you use SSD (Solid State Drive) in your workflow, rather than HDD (Hard Disc Drive)? Let’s not mess around here. The answer is a resounding “yes”.
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Nvidia's brand new Turing powered TITAN RTX "T-REX" GPU is capable of 130 teraflops and has been designed for the most demanding users.
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