Technology & Computing

Now that iPhone X is in our hands, how does Apple’s engineering match up to its marketing? Can it really justify a £1K starting price tag? Read on to find out!
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Streaming services are often our go-to method of viewing content now. But are physical film collections a nostalgic thing of the past? Joe Foster dons his rose tinted spectacles and gives us his thoughts.
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In the first of a three-part series, Phil Rhodes explains how artifical intelligence works, a technology that will affect us all ever increasingly in the coming years.
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The ability to enhance photos in ways we could only previously dream of is here, right now!
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Mozilla and the Tactical Technology Creative have teamed up to show people how they can 'detox' their digital life with a limited time exhibition in London. This could be one of the most important articles you read this week.
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It's tempting to compare storage based only on size, capacity and speed. But there's much more to it than that. Take the G|SPEED SHUTTLE XL from G-Technology, for example. By Bas Goosens
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Intel has spent three years developing the new Nervana Neural Network Processor and says that it will accelerate deep learning training models by an impressive degree.
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Revealed only a couple of weeks after the new phone’s launch, the Pixel Visual Core inside Google’s new phone is dedicated on-board machine learning hardware for taking HDR+ pictures.
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RedShark review: Fancy having a USB3 and Thunderbolt 3 hub for your MacBook Pro? How about if the hub contained a swappable HDD/SSD bay and could simultaneously charge your computer with one cable? If you do, CalDigit has the solution for you.
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 Successful kickstarter projects may be a rarity. But it would seem that the Pimax 8K VR headset is one project that is bucking the trend could offer real competition and innovation to boot.
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For many years it seemed like the increase in size of desktop HDDs had stalled as people turned to cloud-based services. Two new 12TB drives from Seagate and Western Digital though have reversed the trend.
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