Technology & Computing

G-Technology has plugged a gap in its portable RAID product line with two versions of its G-Speed Shuttle in a Thunderbolt 3, and significantly more portable, flavour.
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It's either a great leap forward that will be an invaluable resource to future generations or the start of a dystopian surveillance nightmare: either way the launch of Earth-i’s prototype satellite promises 4K footage from space.
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If you look at the world of PC graphics from the perspective of the consumer, we are forced to conclude that last year was a bit of a let-down. Let’s be clear, the current crop of graphics cards are the best we have ever seen, and in particular the GeForce GTX 1080 is a peach of a GPU. However, that…
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RedShark Replay: Phil Rhodes explains the background and the (then) latest developments in the ever-evolving world of RAID (first published in July 2013).
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AI was a big theme of CES this year, with Samsung’s use of it to power the upscaling of lower res content to drive its new 8K screens particularly impressive.
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Eastman Kodak is a name often associated with old technology, but its CES announcement that the 130 year-old company is developing its own cryptocurrency, the KodakCoin, is extremely 2018 in both good and bad ways.
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Everybody has an opinion about the kind of gear that suits them best. Has the debate over peoples' choice of computer gone too far?
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TV screens are always one of the main battlefronts at CES and with rollable screens, 8K OLED displays, and now Samsung’s massive The Wall, it already looks like 2018 is going to be a vintage year for new technology.
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Nearly a week on from the news of the Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities in many of the world’s CPUs, what have we learned? And what will be the performance hit as a result?
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We have seen an upheaval in the world of CPUs throughout 2017, which has huge implications for other hardware and in particular the motherboard.
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While 2017 took great strides with technology, we haven't seen a breakthrough in the cost of memory. Leo Waldock takes a look at the state of play as we enter 2018.
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