Technology & Computing

Philips has just beaten the competition to the first 1000-nit rated DisplayHDR monitor
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This was a hugely popular article when it first appeared. Here's another chance to read about what might happen after Moore's law!
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RedShark Replay: Cooke lenses are coveted by top-end movie makers and any serious filmmaker that can afford them. Here's how they're made.
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G-Technology unveils its latest line of ultra fast and rugged SSD line, including what we think is the fastest mobile SSD yet made!
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Each time a new top of the range smartphone is released, it seems as though mobile video and photography takes another step forward. The Huawei P20 Pro looks to be no exception to this. Phil Rhodes looks further.
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Whilst SSD prices may not be coming down, the capacity of the drives is most certainly moving ever upwards. Nimbus Data has announced a goliath new 100TB drive.
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All future predictions thought that by now cheap solid state storage would be normal, and that traditional mechanical HDDs would be a thing of the past. How wrong they were. Phil Rhodes looks at why this is, and how traditional hard drives have seen a lot more development recently that you might have expected. 
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These sublimely realistic realtime animations using Unreal Engine show us that completely convincing CGI game and film characters are only a hairs breadth away from becoming an everyday reality.
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CPUs and GPUs are great for certain processes. But what happens if you need more grunt than any current CPU offers but you can't make efficient use of a GPU either? Xilinx is developing a solution.
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AI has the potential to completely revolutionise our image creation abilities. But we should be mindful of where it could lead.
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RedShark Replay: The traditional camera form factor as we know it has been shaped by technology that is now obsolescent. Maybe it is time to move on.
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