2007-Present - Freelance journalist for national newspapers, magazines and mainstream media websites; 2012-13 Tech Writer for Yahoo! News UK; Late 2011 Chief Editor for The X Factor website; 2000-2010 Helped create The Sun Online, was its Features Editor and TV Editor + wrote a technology and gaming column for The Sun newspaper/web for a decade.
Today's kids grow up using smartphones and tablets as naturally as their parents and grandparents grew up using a pen Apple is set to pay back millions of dollars to US parents whose children downloaded in-app purchases without their knowledge - but why do so many mums and dads fail to protect themselves and their kids?
Lots of wild ideas have come a little bit closer to reality at the CES exhibition in Las Vegas over the past few days This week I've seen the future - and I'm not sure I like it. Imagine this. You get home from work, approach the door and it opens.
This week at the CES technology expo in Las Vegas there's been a lot of talk about Smart Homes. Samsung and LG are both investing in automated appliances that can be turned on and off or controlled by your smartphone. Such techno advances are no fad.
CES is usually an amalgamation of bledding edge technology and bleeding stupid ideas - but what will be there this year? If you're a fan of technology, then set your sights towards the bright lights of Las Vegas for the next week.
The Sun has today put its website behind a paywall describing it as a "landmark event". But what does this mean for PRs? During my 10+ years at thesun.co.uk, relationships we built with PRs, celebrity agents and brands played a crucial part in our success.
With a digital-first generation growing up with no real interest in newspapers, their heritage or traditional brand allegiances, a paywall that is designed to stave off losses from a growing print decline could well eventually consign the journalism in both its offline and online arms to just a historic footnote on Wikipedia.
Answer: The tablet market is SO exciting at the moment. There is a vast array to choose from, at all different prices. I can see things like the ...
Apple has added a fingerprint reader to its latest iPhone 5S model - and for parents it's great news as it could stop your children making costly in-app purchases. The biometric security feature - built-in to the Home button to instantly unlock the mobile too - uses technology from a company Apple bought for a whopping $356 million last year.
Today could have been the end of the world as we know it... which would have been a right pain in the behind when you consider this weekend sees the finale of both Homeland AND Merlin. Those Mayans certainly pick their moments to predict an Armageddon.
BACKGROUND From pinpointing traffic jams to telling tram passengers about interesting places to disembark, big data is helping to keep millions moving across Greater Manchester. Bosses at TfGM realised last year they had fallen behind in providing real-time travel information.
Whether you're a cash-strapped start-up or multi-million-pound business, research and development is vital. It fuels growth, keeps you one step ahead of competitors and ensures you understand your customers. But with many facing limited R&D funds, should your cash always be focused on an end product or is there ever room to take a bit of a gamble?
In the biggest change to Apple's smartphones and tablets, the system has been rebuilt with a totally different design, created by Brit Sir Jonathan Ive and his team Apple's iOS 7 operating software for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch is now available to download - bringing a whole new look to the company's mobile devices.
The very best gossip, pictures and video from this week's technology world It's Friday and that means we're now seven days closer than this time last week to the announcement of a new iPhone.
By Jonathan Weinberg The great and the good of worldwide gaming are unveiling their latest titles and products - here's what you has been announced If you love computer games then Germany is the place to be this week.
By Jonathan Weinberg It's just as well Tokyo won the bid to stage the Olympics in 2020 at the weekend, because at least that has given the country something to celebrate and smile about. Sony has today delivered a press conference ahead of the Tokyo Game Show - but there wasn't much to get excited about if you live outside Japan.