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Features & Editorials

TR – Android 4.4 KitKat’s Project Svelte: what it is and why you should care TR – Android 4.4 KitKat’s Project Svelte: what it is and why you should care

Written for TrustedReviews, find the original article here Earlier this week Google... 

TR – Windows Phone must be Microsoft’s tablet OS TR – Windows Phone must be Microsoft’s tablet OS

In my editorial for TrustedReviews I argue it is time for Microsoft to finally give... 

Ars Technica – Finland and Nokia: An affair to remember Ars Technica – Finland and Nokia: An affair to remember

My Wired longform feature was picked up by Ars Technica as its hot story of the week.... 

TR – Blackberry Fairfax sale: RIP BlackBerry, your time is still up TR – Blackberry Fairfax sale: RIP BlackBerry, your time is still up

BlackBerry has only delayed its demise… a screengrab of my editorial for TR.... 

En Voyage – Take Control En Voyage – Take Control

Every month I write the gadget column for Eva Air’s in-flight magazine. Eva Air... 

MSN – Nokia deal begins Microsoft’s assault on Apple, Google and Samsung MSN – Nokia deal begins Microsoft’s assault on Apple, Google and Samsung

The last roll of the smartphone dice from a company that missed the mobile boat or... 

TR – Microsoft buys Nokia, gambles on success without partners TR – Microsoft buys Nokia, gambles on success without partners

What does the deal mean for Microsoft, its partners and its rivals? Over the last... 

TR – Three the best choice for 4G despite starting late TR – Three the best choice for 4G despite starting late

Pricing and spectrum put the underdog in pole position… Times have changed... 

TR – 7 Reasons why the Xbox One is better than the PS4 TR – 7 Reasons why the Xbox One is better than the PS4

Contrary to popular opinion Microsoft’s Xbox One console looks a better bet... 

TR – iPhone 5C will ambush Apple’s innovation TR – iPhone 5C will ambush Apple’s innovation

A bargain bin iPhone hints at much deeper problems. Right now it is fashionable to... 

TR – Moto X: Motorola’s statement that top-end Android handsets have got it wrong TR – Moto X: Motorola’s statement that top-end Android handsets have got it wrong

The Moto X is a premium smartphone like no other, but is it trendsetter or freak? Google... 

TR – UK porn filter: 5 reasons it won’t work TR – UK porn filter: 5 reasons it won’t work

From a technological standpoint, the new pornography laws don’t stand up… Pornography... 

En Voyage – Hybrid computers (August 2013) En Voyage – Hybrid computers (August 2013)

Every month I write the gadget column for Eva Air’s in-flight magazine. Eva Air... 

TR – 8 reasons Windows RT was dead on arrival TR – 8 reasons Windows RT was dead on arrival

With foresight and hindsight we look at why Windows RT was never likely to succeed… Microsoft’s... 

TR – One Microsoft: 5 reasons why Ballmer’s shake-up will revitalise Microsoft TR – One Microsoft: 5 reasons why Ballmer’s shake-up will revitalise Microsoft

The most radical shake-up of Microsoft in a decade should bear fruit. Last week,... 

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Media & Copywriting

Forbes – 5 Reasons Three UK Just Changed the Global Wireless Market Forbes – 5 Reasons Three UK Just Changed the Global Wireless Market

Written for Forbes, find the original article here. Forget Europe, it’s done.... 

TNW – Slush 2013: The trends and standout companies at Northern Europe’s biggest startup event TNW – Slush 2013: The trends and standout companies at Northern Europe’s biggest startup event

Written for The Next Web, find the original article here.  Last week nearly 1,200... 

Wired – Interview: Slush 2013 startup winners BetterDoctor and Weekdone Wired – Interview: Slush 2013 startup winners BetterDoctor and Weekdone

Originally written for Wired, find the original article here The largest startup... 

Wired – Supercell’s CEO reveals how he built a £2.5 billion company in 2 years Wired – Supercell’s CEO reveals how he built a £2.5 billion company in 2 years

Originally written for Wired UK, find the original article here. “The best... 

Wired – Premium Soylent rival fuels the food drink revolution Wired – Premium Soylent rival fuels the food drink revolution

Originally written for Wired, find the original article here “I’ve met... 

Wired – Grand Cru set to be be Finland’s next mobile gaming sensation Wired – Grand Cru set to be be Finland’s next mobile gaming sensation

Written for Wired UK – find the original article here After smashing birds... 

Copywriting – How TomTom Maps An Ever Changing World Copywriting – How TomTom Maps An Ever Changing World

As part of my work with TomTom, I was commissioned to write a feature looking at... 

Wired – Finland and Nokia: an affair to remember Wired – Finland and Nokia: an affair to remember

My longform feature for Wired looks at the company that built a country and what... 

Media Consultancy – Making sense of media: what to use and when Media Consultancy – Making sense of media: what to use and when

Reprinted with kind permission of Cision UK. Find the original feature on the Cision... 

Copywriting – The Food Source: Great Tech-spectations Copywriting – The Food Source: Great Tech-spectations

For freelance writers and journalists flexibility is crucial to earning regular and... 

Wired – In Bloom: Spotify rival promises streaming Nirvana Wired – In Bloom: Spotify rival promises streaming Nirvana

Bloom fm might be about to crack the streaming music sector, a market previously... 

Wired – Inside Intel’s battle to keep Stephen Hawking talking Wired – Inside Intel’s battle to keep Stephen Hawking talking

Over the weekend of 7-8 January I attended Stephen Hawking’s 70th Birthday... 

Copywriting – TomTom 2012 B2B Brochures Copywriting – TomTom 2012 B2B Brochures

As in 2011 TomTom has allowed me to publish and promote my professional copyrighting.... 

The Guardian – My Big Break in Journalism The Guardian – My Big Break in Journalism

  A rare deviation. This article is not written by me, rather I am a part of... 

BBC Future – Titanic Anniversary: The Myth of the Unsinkable Ship BBC Future – Titanic Anniversary: The Myth of the Unsinkable Ship

  My debut feature for new BBC Worldwide site BBC Future. Note: as part of BBC... 

The Scotsman – Myths & Miracles of Social Media The Scotsman – Myths & Miracles of Social Media

  In the run up to Digital Scotland last month I produced two features for The... 

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Reviews

Pebble Pebble

As hyped as Apple’s iWatch, Pebble is here and for Android users in particular it delivers in spades. Score 8/10 Pros Tasteful design Attractive, intuitive UI Simple setup Reasonably priced Cons Battery life reasonable, but below claims Reduced iOS functionality Review Price £99.99 Key Features: 1.26-inch, 144 x 168 pixel display; Android &... [Read more of this review]

MetaWatch Strata MetaWatch Strata

This open source smartwatch is rough around the edges, but has huge potential…   Pros Durable construction Simple setup Great value for money Long battery life Cons Dull design Limited app support Bulky Review Price £83.00 Our Score 8/10  Key Features: Smartphone notifications sent to watch screen; Rugged, water resistant, sports design;... [Read more of this review]

AVM Fritz!Box 3390 AVM Fritz!Box 3390

The German market leader launches a VDSL router to tackle the UK. Score 7/10   Pros Decent 2.4GHz &5GHz WiFi performance Distinctive, fun design Highly customisable user settings Integrated VDSL modem Cons No dedicated WAN port Baffling default settings No power or reset buttons Review Price £119.00 Key Features: Dual band 802.11n WiFi ; Integrated... [Read more of this review]

Apple Airport Extreme 2013 Apple Airport Extreme 2013

Style over substance as Apple’s stylish debut 802.11ac router disappoints. Score 6/10   Pros Class leading design and build quality Smooth Mac OS X & iOS setup Strong 802.11n 5GHz performance Cons Poor 802.11ac & 802.11n 2.4GHz performance 3x Gigabit Ethernet Single USB 2.0 port Limited WPS support Review Price £169.00 Key Features:... [Read more of this review]

Belkin AC 1800 DB 802.11ac router Belkin AC 1800 DB 802.11ac router

Belkin’s flagship 802.11ac router has loads of features: does it perform? Score 7/10   Pros Competitive wireless ac speeds Interesting looks Integrated Norton parental controls Cons Weak 802.11n 2.4GHz performance No Cloud platform Overpriced Review Price £179.99 Key Features: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi; Norton parental controls; 4x Gigabit Ethernet;... [Read more of this review]

Western Digital My Net AC1300 802.11ac router Western Digital My Net AC1300 802.11ac router

The storage expert throws its hat into the wireless ac arena… Score 7/10   Pros Simple setup Intuitive user interface Integrated media prioritisation Cons Wireless speeds behind sector benchmarks No Cloud platform Feature set deserves cheaper pricing Dull design Review Price £139.00 Key Features: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac WiFi; 4x Gigabit Ethernet;... [Read more of this review]

TalkTalk Plus Fibre router TalkTalk Plus Fibre router

Following Sky & PlusNet, yet another single band ISP fibre router disappoints Score 5/10   Pros: Simple, thoughtful design, Easy setup USB 2.0 port Cons: Cannot hit advertised fibre speeds, No Gigabit Ethernet, No IPv6 support, Schizophrenic UI Review Price £45.00 Key Features: 802.11bgn 2.4GHz WiFi; 4x 10/100 Ethernet ports; WPA / WPA2 &... [Read more of this review]

PlusNet Fibre router PlusNet Fibre router

Can a single band router really serve a fibre optic broadband connection? Score 5/10 Review Price £39.99 Pros Cheap Straightforward setup Admin password unique to each router Cons Barely achieves advertised fibre speeds Just 3x 10/100 usable Ethernet ports No USB ports to network drives or printers Basic router settings Ugly design Key Features: 802.11n... [Read more of this review]

TR – 802.11ac wireless router group test: 7 models benchmarked TR – 802.11ac wireless router group test: 7 models benchmarked

A screen grab of my lengthy group test of the  best 802.11ac routers from ITProPortal. Click it to enlarge (if your browser scales it in a new window you will need to click that scaled image once more) The original article can be found here Copyright for all reviews, editorials and features on this site belong to their respective publishers. All samples... [Read more of this review]

Asus RT-AC66U 802.11ac router Asus RT-AC66U 802.11ac router

      Asus’s first wireless 802.11ac router is very fast, but is that enough? Score 8/10 Review Price £159.99 Pros The fastest wireless ac router yet Excellent 802.11n speed and range Intuitive user interface Fast, simple setup and management Cons No USB 3.0 ports Lacks true Cloud platform of D-Link/Linksys Design not the most... [Read more of this review]

BT Home Hub 4 BT Home Hub 4

Can the Home Hub 4 beat Virgin’s new Super Hub for wireless speeds? Score 6/10   Pros Simple, thoughtful design Line of sight performance tops BT Fibre speeds Simple setup Cons Full price overly expensive 802.11n 2.4GHz & 5GHz speeds below average Just one Gigabit Ethernet port Review Price £109.00 Key Features: 802.11n dual band 5GHz... [Read more of this review]

D-Link DIR-868L Cloud Router D-Link DIR-868L Cloud Router

The best elements of every D-Link router come together. Score 8/10 Review Price £139.99 Pros Superfast wireless n & ac performance Simple setup Smart, interesting design Well priced Cons mydlink Cloud platform remains basic Just one USB port No Ethernet activity LEDs Key Features: 802.11a/b/g/n/ac; mydlink cloud platform; 802.11n dual... [Read more of this review]

Sky Hub Sky Hub

Planning to get Sky Fibre? If so, prepare to buy another router. Score 5/10   Pros Free to new customers Simple setup Sleek, minimalist design Cons No Gigabit Ethernet Single band 2.4GHz wireless bgn only No USB ports to network drives or printers Weak wireless range & performance Review Price £69.00 Key Features: 802.11bgn 2.4GHz WiFi; Integrated... [Read more of this review]

Linksys EA6700 802.11ac router Linksys EA6700 802.11ac router

The EA6500 was already our favourite 802.11ac wireless router, the EA6700 improves upon on it… Score 9/10 Pros Blistering 802.11ac & 802.11n 5GHz wireless performance Smart WiFi the class leading Cloud platform Subtle, stylish design USB 3.0 & USB 2.0 ports Simple, intuitive setup and management Cons 802.11n 2.4GHz performance could... [Read more of this review]

Virgin Media new Super Hub Virgin Media new Super Hub

Virgin has high hopes for this update to the infamous Super Hub… Score 7/10   Pros Impressive 2.4GHz & 5GHz 802.11n performance Simple setup Intuitive user interface Cons Lacks IPv6 compliance, QoS & Dynamic DNS Faster 802.11n routers at distance Should be free to existing as well as new customers Review Price £50.00 Key Features:... [Read more of this review]

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