Technology & Computing

iOS 13 is set to be full of new features and the usual speed enhancements. But one of the best features is also one of the least mentioned, and it something that would be incredibly useful on a professional camera.
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The new Mac Pro's Afterburner is impressive. But it's even more revolutionary than it seems.
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Apple flexed its trillion dollar value with impressive two and a half hour developers’ conference and surprising new hardware.
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If anyone was still doubting Apple's commitment to professionals, those doubts must surely have been extinguished after todays big unveil of the 2019 Mac Pro.
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New processors from AMD, including a 12-core Ryzen that is not only fast, but very power efficient and with a very surprising price.
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RedShark Replay: Although four years old, this, one of our most popular articles is as relevent today as it was back then. FPGAs are modern miracles of technology. They're silicon chips whose hardware configuration can be set up and changed with software. They provide the flexibility of software with the speed of hardware, and are what allow small companies to…
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This week Apple slipped out an update to its MacBook Pro range. An incredibly powerful 8-core model no less, and it's probably not as expensive as you were thinking.
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Leading drone manufacturer DJI will add automatic aeroplane and helicopter detection to its consumer drones next year.
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The new JPEG XL standard looks like the successor to JPEG the web has been waiting for.
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Apple's Worldwide Developer's conference is scheduled for June 3-7 this year. It's entirely possible that we'll see the new Mac Pro for the first time. And when we do, it will be a big deal.
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One of the things new technology makes easier is designing new technology. That’s good news for everyone, but it’s particularly useful in niche industries like film and TV where there’s a constant need for high-tech devices in numbers that don’t really support the large volumes of normal (or at least, historically normal) manufacturing practices.
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