Technology & Computing

In what was perhaps not the event filled with earth shattering announcements many were predicting, at this years WWDC Apple introduced advanced functionality to enhance workflows for both Mac and iOS, along with more unity, including running iOS apps on macOS.
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While everyone has got used to the move to data-driven shooting, not everyone has got up to speed with protecting that data afterwards, especially in the field.
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If the price of SSDs is frustrating, there are now some incredible offers around!
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Decent eGPU support in MacOS has been long in coming. But now it is here, what sort of performance increases can we expect in real world usage, and is it worth the hardware upgrade price?
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If you are looking for a 15" laptop for your editing, what are the current best options that offer the best price/performance ratio?
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The RED HYDROGEN One phone was shown to an invited audience of RED camera owners on May 19th. The press wasn't invited but we've heard reports that the phone is real, working, and impressive
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Microsoft's huge touch screen isn't dead yet. It's back for a sequel and promises much more in the way of collaborative workflows.
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Apple’s commitment to professionals was impressively underscored at NAB18 with the reveal of ProRes RAW and yet another significant (and free) update of FCPX. That said, Apple’s future direction has become much more uncertain with official-seeming leaks about a switch to ARM, a rethink of the iOS / Mac divide and more.
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New neural network AI developments from Google look set to completely revolutionise hardware.
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Review: The number of Thunderbolt 3 capable storage devices continues to increase. Erik Vlietinck takes a look at CalDigit's latest offering, the T4 Thunderbolt 3.
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It is only when you view the latest in LED display technology that you realise just how good things are now. And they will only get better.
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