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PCWorld Posts For January 2010 – Retro TV’s, Flash Chips & The iPad

iPad IPS Screen TechnologyIn a month which saw PCWorld celebrate 50 Million visitors, Apple finally revealed their tablet device putting an end to the endless rumour mill. During January I wrote about a retro LG CRT TV, Google’s Nexus One phone, CES rumours and of course the iPad.

Check out my posts for the month of January below:

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PCWorld Posts For December 2009 – Safer Laptop Batteries, Dell’s Android Tablet, Insane Memory Kits & more…

December has passed us by and a new year is with us, so as ever, it’s time to look back over my posts from PCWorld for the last month. Below is just a selection of some of my posts made, including details on Dell’s rumoured upcoming Android-based tablet, and a feature detailing five alternative operating systems to Google’s upcoming Chrome OS. You can find more of my posts from PCWorld on the GeekTech blog or directly via this link.

If you want to read more from GeekTech then be sure to follow the blog’s Twitter account, and of course don’t forget to follow me up on Twitter too! Be sure to check back next month for more posts.

PC World Posts For November – Google Chrome, Curved Monitors & More…

Another month has passed by so it’s time to update you all with the blog posts I made over at PC World this month:

Recent PCWorld Posts

I have neglected my blog a fair bit this past month, so I figured I ought to update it with what I’m up to at least. So below is a list of my recent posts over at the Geek Tech blog on PCWorld:

The above is just a selection of what I have written for the Geek Tech blog this month, you can find more of my articles on the site. I intend to update my blog, in a similar fashion to Daniel Ionescu, with a summary of my posts on a regular basis, so be sure to keep checking back.

Writing for PCWorld

Earlier this month I landed a writing position over at PCWorld.com. I was reccomended for a position at the sites Geek Tech blog by fellow writer and friend Daniel Ionescu.

PCWorldBelow is a small handful of articles I have wrote for the site since my first article went live, be sure to check them out, and leave your thoughts:

These are just a few of what I have wrote so far, no doubt I will keep this blog updated with my postings over at Geek Tech. You can follow Geek Tech on Twitter.