Technology & Computing

RedShark Review: Are you a bit lazy with your backup strategy? If you are, the Drobo 5N2 might be your ultimate "set it and forget it" backup solution. Arthur Ditner fills us in on his digital life.
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Users of CFast 2.0 cards will have more choice and faster speeds thanks to Sony.
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If you need more convincing that higher resolutions are coming, look no further than HDMI 2.1, supporting resolutions up to 10K. If you have high blood pressure look away now!
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For the first time in a very long while there is a realistic possibility of a competitor to Intel's x86 architecture in the high-performance, rack-mounted part of modern computing.
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Inevitably whenever a new piece of tech is introduced into consumer electronics, it can start us on a journey to opening up new possibilities for other applications. The facial capture on the iPhone X is no exception as this video shows.
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8K and HDR are set to be on an exponential rise as Vimeo's latest update shows.
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In 2020 NASA is planning to send the aptly-named Curiosity 2020 probe to Mars. In 1997, its Pathfinder probe had five cameras on it: this one will have a grand total of 23.
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Now that iPhone X is in our hands, how does Apple’s engineering match up to its marketing? Can it really justify a £1K starting price tag? Read on to find out!
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Streaming services are often our go-to method of viewing content now. But are physical film collections a nostalgic thing of the past? Joe Foster dons his rose tinted spectacles and gives us his thoughts.
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In the first of a three-part series, Phil Rhodes explains how artifical intelligence works, a technology that will affect us all ever increasingly in the coming years.
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The ability to enhance photos in ways we could only previously dream of is here, right now!
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