Technology & Computing

It isn’t just simple archiving and back-up that we need to worry about when it comes to our data? Could our entire modern history be wiped out in one go?
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RedShark Replay: If you don't understand how we see colour, you don't understand colour. This may be the most important lesson about colour you ever read (first published October 2014).
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Stephen Hawking, perhaps the greatest scientist since Einstein, has died, aged 76
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We all know that 5G for all is on the very near horizon, but as recently shown manufacturers believe that the technology will be much more than 4G on steroids, and could in fact completely change the way we do our computing forever.
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Review: If serious grunt and reliabilty in the storage stakes is what you need, we take a good look at G-Technology's Thunderbolt 3 Shuttle XL RAID enclosure system.
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4G on the moon? If Elon Musk's rocket makes a successful mission in 2019, we'll soon all be able to get a live stream direct from our closest celestial body. 
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The amazing speeds promised from 5G could completely revolutionise not only how we interact, but how we do our computing in general. And it's only around a year until it becomes a reality. 
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This article was first published two years ago so some of the information is old. But it's a question that keeps getting asked, and it's a great article - so we thought we'd publish it again. How do you choose between consumer and pro graphics cards? Low cost and high performance are compelling with the lower-end products, but compatability and…
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Laptops are no longer the poor relation of desktop machines as Rakesh Malik finds out when he tested HP's latest Kaby Lake-R equipped x360. 
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When you’re the subject of a backlash by governments over fears that you are spying on them, the last thing you would do is hide a camera in a laptop. But perhaps that’s just Huawei’s sense of humour.
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Hot on the heels of the Galaxy S9 announcement, Sony are heating up the stakes with the XZ2, a smartphone not only capable of 960fps slow motion at a full 1080p, but caters for internal recording of HDR movies, too. Things have just become very interesting indeed.
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