Technology & Computing

As anyone who has had the pleasure of a fibre connection to their house knows, you can get a lot of data though an optical cable. Tweak the lasers right, however, and you can get an astonishing 661 Tbits per second - all the data the entire internet needs.
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Earlier this year you could not buy some high-end graphics cards for love nor money as inventory was funnelled towards the voracious cryptocurrency market. Happily, however, things are changing.
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Bendable screens have been one of the staples of the sci-fi props departments in recent years, but thanks to Samsung it looks they will be with us as soon as next year.
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The concept of open source software promises a utopia of free software that rivals the best commercially made products. But has it ever fulfilled this aim, and what is its future?
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Does the old addage of something being too good to be true hold up, or are bargain SSDs actually worth getting hold of?
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We review the Blackmagic Design eGPU to find out just how much extra speed and power you can expect to gain from it.
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Continuing our series on building the workstation you always dreamed of, what do we need to do about storage?
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RedShark Replay: First published in 2013, RedShark's Editor in Chief David Shapton fired up his crystal ball, and it still rings as true today as it did back then. It dawned on me just the other day: we are living in the future. There is so much innovation and new technology around us that it no longer feels like we're…
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ARM is best known for its mobile processors, but could it steal a march on the established big two players when it comes to powering your PC?
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Simplifying the way our devices communicate down to a single technology would be ideal. But will it happen, can it happen, and is it the best way?
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G-Technology's rugged little SSD promises blazing fast speeds, and the ability to take on the elements. Bas Goossens takes one for a spin.
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