We've been the proud owner of a Retina MacBook Pro as soon as we could get our hands on one after they were announced in 2012. So how does the latest model from Apple compare? Has it changed much, is it quicker and is it worth changing to? We experiment.
axle Video has launched some very clever products over the last few years, especially their asset management systems. Their latest product is an ingest application called Cam
Today at Computex 2015 in Taipei, Intel announced that Thunderbolt 3 would use the USB Type-C connector. More speed, more pixels, more power and the ability to run every monitor and drive off one connector. We're excited.
On the eve of the BVE in London, G-Technology has announced it will be showing their new range of rugged drives and a welcome Thunderbolt 2 update to the popular G-RAID.
We have been trying out the Affinity Photo Beta over the last few days and we are impressed. It looks and feels like Photoshop, but it's built with new fast code and will be an outright purchase when launched.
Who says multicam switching is just for editing? Now you can switch between four camera angles on this experimental YouTube music video by Madilyn Bailey.
A very simple idea. A basic application that can automatically make two copies of your files from a camera card. The demo video made us chuckle.
A day to lock away the credit cards, Apple has just announced updates to the 13 and 15 inch range of Retina MacBook Pros.
In the recent 10.9.3 update to Mavericks, it was mentioned in the details about improved 4K display for certain Mac models. A Knowledge Base article reveals all.
Digital Rebellion has just released CinePlay, a professional movie player replacement for QuickTime Player 7. Lots of features and we have five licences to giveaway.