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Zach Emmanuel

Journalist

Location icon United Kingdom

My name is Zach Emmanuel and I am a technology writer, with my most recent position as a reporter at IT publication Computer Weekly. I graduated from the University of Lincoln in 2016, having achieved a 2:1 in Journalism and the NCTJ Diploma.

I have a passion for the latest developments in technology from mobile phones to wearables to artificial intelligence. This is something I have such an interest in because of how much these devices impact our lives currently and how they will in the future.

I have written for a number of publications, with the majority related to technology, and I have examples of my work here.

I hope to continue writing about this topic as a career and I see myself as an accurate and hard-working aspiring writer.

Portfolio
ComputerWeekly.com
Consumers accept fraud danger as online shopping increases, research finds

The majority of consumers accept they are vulnerable to online fraud as online shopping continues to increase in popularity, research by Paysafe has found. The payment services provider surveyed 5,056 individuals from the UK, US, Germany, Austria and Canada. It found that 68% of UK respondents preferred online shopping, yet 65% agreed that falling victim to fraud was "inevitable".

ComputerWeekly
How AI can aid, not replace, humans in recruitment

Artificial intelligence (AI) is making headway into a variety of industries and is, according to Gartner, on course to become the next IT industry megatrend. One industry where the use of the technology is being actively explored is recruitment, where enterprises are drawing on its capabilities in various ways to help them find new staff.

ComputerWeekly
Mayor Khan promises London will remain 'open-minded' tech space post-Brexit

London mayor Sadiq Khan has said the city will remain an "open-minded" location for technology firms to do business in Europe, despite the looming threat of Brexit. Khan made the declaration during a conference, which was held on 17 July and hosted by WeWork, to promote London's city-to-city collaboration with Chicago, whose mayor, Rahm Emanuel, was also in attendance.

n3rdabl3
10/01/2014
iPhone 6 Review - n3rdabl3

Apple seems to have finally caught up with rival smartphones in terms of significantly increasing the screen size of their latest phones. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus not only provide that but a new design, camera and updated specs. I made the switch from my Samsung Galaxy S4 to the 6 and I've been impressed with how it's been.

Future Travel Experience
08/08/2016
Preparing for the airport terminal of the future

Driven by an increase in automation, commercialisation and the importance of 'sense of place', in addition to evolving passenger demands, airport terminal design has been changing. It will continue to do so as technology developments, especially in relation to passenger processing, shape how terminals look now and how they will differ in the future.

Culture Trip
03/24/2017
Top 10 Budget Accessories to Make the Most of Your Phone

Zach Emmanuel Updated: For most of us, smartphones are a significant expense. We all want the fastest, coolest, most gadget-filled device on the market, after all. But even if you haven't shelled out a fortune, there are a number of inexpensive accessories to help get the most out of your phone.

Future Travel Experience
07/26/2016
Developing Wi-Fi speeds are bringing home-like connection to aircraft

Several new technologies are improving the Wi-Fi connectivity service onboard aircraft. The improvements brought about by the likes of 2Ku, Global Xpress (GX) and the European Aviation Network are bringing the in-flight experience closer to what passengers have at home. In the United States in particular, the availability of Wi-Fi in flight is almost expected.

Greenwich Time
08/18/2015
We're live in 3...2...

Zach Emmanuel tunes in to news about a new station set to hit the airwaves.

Trouge Magazine
04/10/2017
Italian court blocks Uber due to unfair competition

Italy has blocked the use of Uber in the country, claiming that it presents 'unfair competition' to local cab companies. After the major taxi associations in Italy filed a suit against Uber, a court in Rome has ruled that the cab-hailing service may not use any of its applications nor advertise any of its features.

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