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Monthly Archives: November 2013

The unspoken problem with technology journalism

Having written for technology publications for over a decade I have had the displeasure to witness first hand the decline in the quality of technology journalism. Others, far more experienced and smarter than I, have talked about the possible reasons for this but in my view the underlying factor is a willingness on editors and […]

Software won’t be far behind those 64-bit ARM chips

For three years until August 2013 I spent writing about the semiconductor industry, primarily on The INQUIRER but a couple of other places too.  Despite outward appearances, the semiconductor industry is an extremely interesting one and one that has many bona-fide characters. Since August 2013 I have been lucky enough to be a part of […]

Why can’t other companies copy Lenovo’s keyboards?

I used to be a journalist and while I left that life three months now, I still spend a huge amount of time typing on a keyboard, especially on a laptop. For the past eight years I have been lucky enough to use IBM Model M keyboards on my desktop – I swear by them. […]