Technology & Computing

AMD has revealed details of the EPYC2 processor lineup, and it looks... epic.Using TSMC's 7nm process and incorporating an updated version of AMD's Infinity Fabric, it's yet another technological tour de force that's going to get a lot of attention at nearly every tier.
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One of the great things about the modern internet is the way in which we can share and move files around. But if you are dealing with important information, cloud computing is in no way a good backup system.
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A renewed focus on non-iPhone products and bigger R&D spending could be a sign of interesting stuff ahead from Apple.
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The latest version of the Asus ProArt PA32UCX is one of the first PC displays to support Dolby Vision and the first 4K display in the world 4K with mini-LED backlighting, making it a serious option for colour grading.
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This deepfake is funny, extremely freaky, and yet disturbing at the same time. What can it tell us about the future?
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RedShark Summer Replay: With computer graphics power increasing faster than Moore's Law, we've come a long way in seventeen years...
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We take a look at HP's ZBook 15 mobile workstation and find out how it measures up as a mobile editing platform.
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When AMD launched their family of Ryzen 3000 CPUs, they also delivered the new X570 chipset. AMD X570 continues to support Socket AM4, just like X470 and X370, so you could be forgiven for assuming it is a tweaked and revised version of those chipsets. It isn't.
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At SIGGRAPH 2018, NVIDIA revealed its Turing GPU architecture with its new ray tracing extensions and also bringing Volta's Tensor cores to the mainstream.
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AMD did something rather peculiar at the E3 Gaming show when they announced details about the graphics cards that would use their new 7nm Navi graphics chip.
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More information about the RED KOMODO camera is sneaking out. While facts may be thin on the ground, the logic of the situation does mean that we can usefully speculate about the nature of the finished product. 
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