Technology & Computing

In a slightly saner world they would probably only have to do it once, if at all, but Nvidia has updated its conspiracy theory debunk by proving once more that the Moon Landings really happened.
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Ampere Computing's recently announced eMAG CPU gives us an enticing thought that maybe, just maybe we might be getting close to a time when we could self build an ARM based workstation. Whether we could actually run any known OS on it is quite another question however...
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Apple is everyone’s target for criticism and internet hate. And yet it’s the world’s most valuable company. It’s like saying “Nobody shops at Sainsbury’s because of the queues”. 
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Hubble trouble: One of the Hubble Space Telescope’s gyros has failed, leaving NASA to operate the telescope in a stable configuration safe mode while the ground team tries to correct the issue.
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Images and details of Google’s new Pixel 3 smartphone have been circulating the web for months now, but at its official unveiling it didn’t disappoint. And Google had a few other things to hand too…
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Here's our essential guide to all the different types of RAID setup.
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RedShark Replay When we discussed building workstations, there was much talk about the practicality of achieving a ten-bit display of desktop video.
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Microsoft has announced a revamped version of its popular Surface Laptop alongside a general overhaul of the Surface range and a new way of linking Android phones into Windows 10.
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LA-based image technology guru Michael Cioni has made a film about using the RED HYDROGEN phone for still photography - and looks at the implications for the future of this media-oriented smartphone system. As far as we know, it's the first time we've seen anything as detailed as this. 
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If you need really, really fast SSD performance, Intel’s Optane cards based on the 3D XPoint memory standard are becoming an increasingly viable alternative - for a price.
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In the first of a two part review, read our hands on impressions of the iPhone Xs, how it relates to older models, what it has to do with media, and why Simon Wyndham decided to upgrade from his old 6S.
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