Technology & Computing

02 Jul 2019

Apple after Ive

He's produced the most influential and iconic device designs of the century so far, and now he has left the company that fostered his work. Here's a look back at some of his most admired work, and we ask the question, what next for Apple without Ive?
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The Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) has given DisplayPort its first update for three years, and is setting its sights on a significantly higher resolution future all the way up to 16K.
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It's long been a dream to have one home video format to rule them all. Unfortunately everybody has the same idea, and so format wars are inevitable. Phil Rhodes takes a further look at the litany of casualties we left behind.
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Replay: Analogue systems are not intrinsically better than digital ones, but they are tied up in the complex history of what sounds and images mean to us and explain why they, and the 'film look', remain so important.
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Apple's chief designer and the inspiration behind the form and function of modern Apple products is leaving. This is big news for media creatives who build their careers around Apple products
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JPEG is 26 years old, and yet no picture format has come close to replacing it in terms of widespread use. Are we doomed to an 8-bit format for all eternity? Let's look at the alternatives, and hope one of them catches on!
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The fourth iteration of the Raspberry Pi hobbyist computer now supports dual 4K monitor outputs and a whole heap more.
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One of the big announcements from the recent E3 was that Square Enix’s long mooted remake of the classic Final Fantasy VII video game will be released next year. And the differences to the original are jaw-dropping.
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The 1980's were a hotbed of format wars. How did we survive? And more importantly, did a company really try and sell us a video tape that you could turn over? Phil Rhodes starts a two part series delving into the murky world of recording formats that never made it.
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Samsung used InfoComm 2019 to announce that orders will open for its giant modular microLED display The Wall (renamed The Wall Luxury) next month.
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Computex 2019 was all about AMD.
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