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Darren Allan
Darren Allan

Darren was a staff writer and then Deputy Editor at IDG Media on PC Home. He has since moved to become a freelance journalist, writing for various computer and gaming related websites for the past twelve years. He has also co-authored two humour books, “The Crap Old Days” and “1001 Ridiculous Ways to Lose a Fortune”.

Articles by Darren

IT budgets set to rise, but there’s no room for spending on recruitment

24 minutes ago  by Darren Allan
IT budgets set to rise, but there’s no room for spending on recruitment
A new report from Spiceworks has revealed that businesses are spending IT budget on new tech to manage the likes of BYOD, rather than employing new staff members.

Nokia Lumia 530 budget Windows Phone 8.1 handset is unveiled

5 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Nokia Lumia 530 budget Windows Phone 8.1 handset is unveiled
This is the cheapest Windows Phone device to date, being priced at around £70 and due to launch next month in select markets.

Microsoft is set to merge Windows operating systems into one entity

6 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Microsoft is set to merge Windows operating systems into one entity
During an earnings call, Satya Nadella confirmed that with the next version of Windows, Redmond’s big plan is to roll three operating systems into one single OS.

Electronic Arts reveals robust Q1 fiscal figures

7 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Electronic Arts reveals robust Q1 fiscal figures
EA’s net revenue hit $775 million, which was 10 per cent above guidance, and net income was up 50 per cent too.

Apple secures patent for iTime smartwatch

9 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Apple secures patent for iTime smartwatch
A patent has popped up which shows that Apple could be calling its smartwatch the iTime, and it could be a modular device with different straps to add various functions.

Apple Q3 fiscals are strong, but the iPad shows weakness

10 hours ago  by Darren Allan
Apple Q3 fiscals are strong, but the iPad shows weakness
The iPad has dropped 9 per cent in terms of sales, a worrying state of affairs for the tablet, but strong iPhone and Mac sales drove record Q3 revenue.