Technology & Computing

Phil Rhodes is your guide to an exploration into lens optics that helps explain why fast zoom lenses are both huge and expensive.
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The ITU has in the end not just recommended one HDR standard, but two. Phil Rhodes on the competing standards that offer contrasting benefits: which one will come out on top?
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Although it's a "standard" that devices don't support yet, the new UFS cards from Samsung write much faster than microSD and offer a glimpse into the future of storage that stretches beyond the mobile phone.
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While still very much in the 'experimental' category, the one thousand core barrier has been broken by engineers at UC Davis and IBM.
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Corsair has announce its new high-performance Neutron Series XTi SSDs in capacities that range all the way up to 1920GB.
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Microsoft unveiled not one, but two future consoles, Playstation confirmed an October 13 launch date for Playstation VR and teased its Neo 4K Playstation, and Nintendo, once more, goes its own sweet way.
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Apple Watch reborn, iOS 10 gets smarter, and macOS Sierra gets a new file-system (plus Siri). K Stewart on the latest news from the latest Apple jamboree.
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Boiling down press releases to deliver the essence to the readers of RedShark News is a daily occurrence, but we nearly came a cropper when OWC (Other World Computing) sent us information about its new SSDs.
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The BBC Micro might not mean much to readers outside the UK, but over 1.5m copies of this education-oriented computer were sold in the 1980s — and now there is a successor.
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The end of the shuttle program has meant that lifting heavy IMAX equipment into space is no longer practical, which is why the recent IMAX production of A Beautiful Planet turned to the Canon C500.
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Nvidia launched its GTX 1080 graphics chip before Computex to a wave of favourable reviews that made gamers drool in anticipation. Leo Waldock was there.
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