Technology & Computing

Characterised as a solution looking for a problem (but that’s what they said about the iPad), smartphones that literally double as a tablet are set to be the new mobile computing craze with Samsung bagging the obvious brand name and first mover status.
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Wouldn't it be nice if we could forget all this complexity over codecs and compression and just store video material in universally-recognised formats, like sound people do?
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An all new MacBook Pro and a 6K professional monitor are among some quite credible rumours that have come to pass for Apple’s 2019 lineup.
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A revolution in projection screens? Doesn't sound very likely, does it? Because the ongoing problem with projection screens is that to be able to display colours accurately, they have to be white. Which means that they're never going to be very good at showing black. 
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Samsung has taken its QLED 8K technology and ported it over into digital signage, plus it is also planning on releasing a 292-in version of The Wall before the Summer.
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JPEG is a technologically ancient format. More modern alternatives have appeared, but none have replaced it in popularity. With Apple's HEIC format, will we finally be able to consign JPEG to the dustbin?
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What we percieve as "just cameras" are actually the result of rapid progress in many other industries
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5G is coming and, in time, will have a bigger effect on our lives than we expect
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Computational photography techniques are now commonplace on smartphones, allowing tiny sensors to achieve amazing results. Phil Rhodes asks, why hasn't computational cinematography in bigger cameras yet become normal?
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We take a look at what's forthcoming in 2019 for that all that's important in graphics processing.
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About a year ago, we covered the ISO and ASA systems as they apply differently to film and video cameras. There's been a lot of interest in that article, especially when it was republished more recently, with a lot of discussion about the details of how modern cameras implement their sensitivity settings. Phil Rhodes delves in even further.
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