Technology & Computing

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an enthusiastic proponent of 8K or think it’s the white elephant in the room, the R&D push towards it is resulting in cheaper and better 4K options.
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Top end VHS gear is now extremely inexpensive, which is great if you are a retrohead wanting to copy your old media at the highest quality possible for digital storage. 
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Replay: The technological revolution has created great opportunities for new film-makers everywhere, but has in its wake created a new challenge: where are we going to put all this stuff? Peter J Haas investigates An Affordable Middle Ground To Preserving Your Film’s Digital Assets.
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This may not be the first internet cat photo ever taken, but it's the first internet cat photo taken with RED Hydrogen One... And it's seriously impressive.
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One of the highlights of Germany's recent IFA, were the new Samsung 8K QLED sets that are due for release in October and will use AI upscaling to ease the content gap for early adopters.
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One of the themes of last week’s year’s IFA was some innovative thinking when it comes to laptop design.
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Review: Two blazing fast G-Technology SSDs for on the move and in the office.
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We learn as much about Sony as about its products at its IFA conference in Berlin.
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We reviewed Dell's Precision 7720 monster mobile workstation recently. This is clearly an impressive computer. Phil Rhodes gives us his second opinion as a PC user. And is it really a workstation? 
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Just what lies in the future for AMD? We examine what the future holds, and whether anyone can truly stand up to the exceptional technologies that are coming out of NVIDIA.
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Another chance to read about this fascinating debate. This was first published in April 2014. Just because we can do 16 bit, High Dynamic Range, 6K and 8K: does that mean we need it? Here's where to start in the debate
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