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Aatif Sulleyman
Aatif Sulleyman

After graduating from the University of Warwick with a degree in Classical Civilisation to his name, Aatif made the move from the wild north to London, joining ITProPortal in late 2012. Aside from smartphones, he is particularly interested in cloud and wearable devices and always keeps an inquisitive eye out for major business developments in the technology world. Blackburn Rovers will always have a place in his heart.

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Articles by Aatif

Dyegate: You can now pimp up the iPhone 6 with your jeans

23 hours ago  by Aatif Sulleyman
Dyegate: You can now pimp up the iPhone 6 with your jeans
The handset, which doesn't come cheap, is prone to bending and tearing out people's hair, leading to the vastly amusing '#bendgate' and '#hairgate' scandals. Now it's all about 'dyegate'.

Throwback Thursday: How Disney's 'Fantasia' led to the foundation of HP

23 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Throwback Thursday: How Disney's 'Fantasia' led to the foundation of HP
Now largely associated with enterprises and hardcore business technology, it's a little-known fact that HP was actually the driving force behind the establishment of Silicon Valley.

Emirates head says authorities investigating Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappearance are hiding truth

13 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Emirates head says authorities investigating Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 disappearance are hiding truth
Has a chilling new development in the world of cybercrime has been born? Sir Tim Clark has voiced his concerns over the handling of the case.

Apple design guru Jony Ive goes all Steve Jobs when quizzed over iPhone 'copycats'

10 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Apple design guru Jony Ive goes all Steve Jobs when quizzed over iPhone 'copycats'
The excruciatingly hip company is no longer trying to maintain its old aura of effortless brilliance, as head of design Jony Ive demonstrated this week.

Throwback Thursday: How a pair of Stanford University whizzkids accidentally built Google

09 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
Throwback Thursday: How a pair of Stanford University whizzkids accidentally built Google
The still-relatively-young company has come a hell of a long way since its inception in the late 90s, and looks well capable of dominating each and every avenue it decides to enter.

UK restaurants are letting diners down: The dish of the day needs to be digital

07 Oct 2014  by Aatif Sulleyman
UK restaurants are letting diners down: The dish of the day needs to be digital
While new technologies have transformed a number of sectors, including healthcare, sport and finance, it seems that at least one industry is lagging behind.