Technology & Computing

After previewing the technology back in March, the USB Implementer’s Forum has provided details on the latest version of USB and it’s going to be fast.
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The day when you can no longer distinguish real things from synthetic objects has come a step closer if you believe the claims coming out of Light Field Lab and more pertinently its latest investors.
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I’m excited, of course, but I have a feeling that it’s not going to be easy to view 8K video
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We take a look at HP's powerful laptop/tablet crossover, the Zbook Studio x360.
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AMD goes for gold with the X570 chipset. But the motherboards won't be cheap.
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The latest version of Samsung’s flagship smartphone the Galaxy Note recently went on sale and it includes some pretty stellar camera specs.
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Replay: (This article is one of our earliest, but it is still applicable now) This is a topic that nothing else makes much sense without. If you don't understand this stuff, you're likely to make mistakes all the time with video - especiallly now that we're into an era of complex raw workflows and grading. Luckly, you're in safe hands.…
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I've been a Mac user for twelve years now. I still am. But I force myself to use a Windows PC for a large part of my work, because I write about this stuff, and I can't do that without everyday contact with the world's most popular (by numbers) desktop operating system.
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Dead is an overused word. But in the case of tape, it really has gone to meet its maker. It has shuffled off its mortal coil. It is an ex-acquisition medium.
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We would like to think that what we buy or invest in will be future proof as much as we can, but it's a fools errand.
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Intel's 10nm processors are finally here, but desktop users might have to wait.
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